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Stonington - Libby Morrison scored with 2:41 remaining in overtime as Stonington beat Branford 1-0 Saturday in a nonleague field hockey game.
Annie Knizeski had eight saves for Stonington (8-3) and Jessie Soverino had two saves for the Hornets (7-3-2).
In other games:
• East Lyme outshot Waterford 27-1, but the Eastern Connecticut Conference game finished in a scoreless tie. Becca Gregoire made 22 saves for Waterford (5-3-1, 4-2-1) and Sarah Bond had no saves for East Lyme (5-2-3, 4-1-2).
• Melina Spanos scored twice as Waterford beat Fitch 3-0 in an ECC Large Division game. Christine Bueno also scored and Hannah Niedjadlo made six saves for Waterford (8-1-2, 3-1-2). Nicole Sexton had 15 saves for Fitch (5-4-2, 1-4-1).
• Lexi Sibley scored twice as Old Lyme beat Hale-Ray, 3-0, to remain unbeaten in the Shoreline Conference. Kyra Teixiera scored for Old Lyme (8-1-1, 7-0-1) and Sloane Swietzer had the assist. Meredith Britton added four saves.
• Raven Houck scored Wheeler's only goal in its 4-1 loss to Plainfield in the ECC Small. Kaite Morgan had the assist for Wheeler (5-5-1, 2-3-1) and Jess Morgan had 16 saves.
• John Mulhern scored as Wheeler tied Plainfield, 1-1, in the ECC Small. Justin Audion had the assist for Wheeler (5-4-1, 3-2-1) and Jacob Sylvestre added four saves.
• Michelle Klinikowski had 11 kills, four blocks and four aces as Ledyard beat NFA 25-13, 25-8, 25-13. Kylie Fustini had nine kills and three aces for Ledyard (9-4) and Ari Fustini added seven digs. Melissa Castillo had eight digs and three aces for the Wildcats (6-6).
• Chris Ivimey, Justin Shafner and Nathaniel Ryan placed third-fifth respectively and helped Williams win the nine-team Marianapolis Invite. Ivimey and Shafner both finished in 18:25 and Ryan finished in 18:25. Also, Brien Bradley was seventh, Ben Lahm was 11th and Tim Marcinek 21st.
The Blues' Maddy Lahm finished second (20:58) in the girls' race.