Local Roundup: Patterson lifts St. Bernard to victory in OT
Killingly - Ali Patterson's second goal of the game came four minutes into overtime as the St. Bernard School girls' soccer team beat Killingly 2-1 in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division game Thursday.
Patterson, a junior, tied the game with 1:36 left in the second half. Alex Santiago made two saves for St. Bernard (7-2-4, 6-0-2).
In other games:
• Danielle Jacobs scored two goals and Megan Sartor added one in Stonington's 3-1 win over Windham in the ECC Medium. Amanda Thomas added an assist while Gabi Hoops (four saves) and Jillian Fernandez (seven) shared goalie duties for the Bears (10-4, 6-1).
• East Lyme's Samantha Lee scored the game's only goal off a corner early in the second half in a 1-0 win over Woodstock in the ECC Large. Goalie Allison Stoddard had six saves for the Vikings (10-0-2, 5-0-2).
• Gabby Wise headed in a direct kick from Megan Gada in the fifth minute and Norwich Free Academy made the goal stand up to beat Waterford 1-0 in the ECC Large Division. Katherine Beasley made six saves in goal for NFA (7-3-2, 3-2-2) and Julia Zawacki stopped five shots for the Lancers (8-3-2, 3-3-2), who lost their third straight.
• Beth Wallace scored Fitch's only goal on an assist from Allyson Clark in the second half of a 3-1 loss to Bacon Academy in the ECC Large. Nicole Sexton made 11 saves for Fitch (5-6-2, 1-6-1).
• Alyssa Samson scored three goals within a six-minute span of the second half as Ledyard defeated New London 6-1 in the ECC Medium Division. Kelly Lamb also scored for the Colonels (7-6, 5-3) while Bianca Timpano scored in the second half for the Whalers (2-11, 0-7), who allowed two own goals.
• Nicole Monce's first-half goal lifted Lyman Memorial to a 1-0 win over Montville in an ECC Medium Division game. Meghan Autencio had eight saves for Montville (5-7, 3-6).
• Emily Hamilton scored two goals as Williams School beat Providence Country Day 3-1 Wednesday. Camisha Moore had a goal and an assist and Marissa Lynch and Paola Vangjeli had assists for Williams (4-2-3).
• NFA took a 2-0 halftime lead on goals by Hannah Long and Shylia Barnes, but E.O. Smith rallied for a 3-2 win. Barnes added an assist for the Wildcats (7-4).
• East Lyme crossed the state border and returned with an impressive 3-1 victory over Prout, a seven-time Rhode Island state champion, in Wakefield. After dropping the first game 25-23, the Vikings came back to win the next three games all by 25-15 scores. Kayla Fobian led East Lyme (12-2) with 14 kills and 17 digs while Jill Bartlett added 29 assists and Devin Perez finished with eight kills and six blocks.
• Norwich Tech held on to beat Wolcott Tech in five games, 23-25, 25-15, 25-18, 24-26, 15-6, in the Constitution State Conference. Bailey Spellman had three kills and 20 assists while Morgan Deschamps had 12 digs and Kianna Relliford added nine kills and two blocks for the Warriors (13-3, 12-1).
• Connecticut College, ranked second in New England Division III, won its seventh straight match, beating Salve Regina 25-18, 25-19 and 25-21. Caroline Martin had 15 kills and four digs and Rachel Schroff added 11 digs and six kills for the Camels (17-2).
• Katie Wilson, a Norwich Free Academy graduate, had a match-high eight kills to lead Eastern Connecticut State University past Mitchell College 25-9, 25-17 and 25-13. Junior Gloria Charles led Mitchell (6-11) with six kills while classmate Nicole Terni of Montville recorded 13 assists.
Boys' cross country
• Sophomore Ross Golebiewski finished in eighth place overall in 17:02 to pace Old Lyme to second place at the Shoreline Conference Championship in Deep River. Cole McKnight took 11th in 17:14 and Stuart Ross was 18th in 17:32 for the Wildcats who had 90 points. Haddam-Killingworth won the race with 33 points.
Girls' cross country
• Abby Guitar crossed the finish line in eighth place to lead Old Lyme to fifth place overall in the Shoreline Conference Championship in Deep River. Her time was 20:24. Jenna Duxbury was 11th in 20:36 and Megan Trausch placed 18th in 21:29 for the Wildcats, who scored 102 points. East Hampton (40) won the team title.
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