Local roundup: Donahue scores 41 in Stonington win
Stonington - Jackson Donahue had nine 3-pointers and finished with 41 points and 11 rebounds as Stonington High School beat Killingly 59-53 Wednesday in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Medium Division game.
Willie Harris had eight points and six rebounds for Stonington (4-3, 2-1).
Devin Willard had 19 points for Killingly.
In other games:
• Thomas Whipple had a game-high 21 points as Ledyard beat Waterford 64-46 in the ECC Medium. Khary Childs scored 16 for Ledyard (5-1, 2-0). Daniel Martin had 12 points for Waterford (3-3, 1-2).
• Ramel Williams scored 18 points and Denzel Lancaster added 17, lifting Norwich Free Academy past St. Bernard 69-33. Ryan Lusk had 12 points for the Wildcats (4-2) who led 35-4 at halftime. Anthony Malchiodi and Remy Bonser each had 10 points for St. Bernard (4-1), which is coached by former NFA standout Mark Jones.
• East Lyme jumped out to a 20-2 lead on the way to a 62-52 win over Griswold. Wade McNamara and Kevin Foster each had 17 points for the Vikings (1-6) while Dean Beebe added 12.
• Mark Evans scored 19 points, but Fitch's late rally fell short in a 61-56 loss to Plainfield. Mario Graham added 12 points for the Falcons (2-5) and Riley Pyzalski had 10.
• Nick Clemons had 20 points and Dominic Walmsley added 15 points in Montville's 88-68 loss to Windham in the ECC Medium. The Indians are 2-4, 0-3.
• Trevor Michaud and Jordan Tetreault each had 12 points for Putnam as it beat Grasso Tech 59-53 in the Constitution State Conference. Robert Feliciano had 19 points for Grasso and J'Quan Monroe added 12 points.
• Alyssa Velles had 17 points as NFA beat St. Bernard 61-45. Olivia Ouellet had 15 points for NFA (7-3) and Olivia Lane added 13 points. Casey Sullivan had 19 points for St. Bernard (3-4) and Brittney Walenta scored 12.
• Lexus Childs-Harris had 22 points to lead New London past Wheeler, 47-38. Deanna McCarvell had 20 points for New London (4-3). Summer Cipriani had 14 points for the Lions (3-6) and Kylie Baker added 10 points
• Cassidy Bundy and Jamie Hill each had 13 points as Montville downed Windham 45-38 in an ECC Medium game. Montville is 6-1, 3-1.
• Jenna Schumacher had 18 points, eight rebounds and three steals, leading East Lyme past Griswold 59-30. Allison Stoddard added nine points, six assists and five steals for the Vikings (7-1).
• Falecia Cabral had 26 points and 15 rebounds, leading Stonington past Killingly 81-49 in the ECC Medium. Margot Calmar finished with 12 points and 13 rebounds and Tatyana LaFrance Boyce added 15 points for the Bears (4-5, 2-2).
• Morgan Griffin had 22 points, 20 rebounds and seven steals to lead Plainfield past Fitch 44-36. Lexis Foster had 17 points for Fitch (3-7).
• Tori Peterson had 18 points as Haddam-Killingworth beat Old Lyme 46-37 in the Shoreline Conference. Hannah Behringer had 13 points and nine rebounds for the Wildcats (1-6) and Catie Quaratella had 12 points.
• Keila Lastraglio scored four points in Grasso Tech's 53-8 loss to Putnam (6-2). The Eagles fell to 0-6.
• Salve Regina jumped out to a 17-4 lead and used an 18-0 first-half run en route to a 72-50 win over Coast Guard. Freshman Joe Whitman led Coast Guard with a career-high 12 points and Greg Marshall added 11 points as the Bears dropped to 1-8 overall.
Fitch High School graduate Josh Hohlfelder had a team-high 18 points for Salve Regina (6-3) and New London's Doug Henton added five points.
• Mark Farnsworth, a physical education teacher in the Ledyard Public Schools, has been named Ledyard's new boys' lacrosse coach, athletic director Jim Buonocore announced.
"Coach Farnsworth is a person of high character who understands the importance of education and the role athletics plays in our educational mission at Ledyard High School," Buonocore said. "He takes over our lacrosse program with a strong background in the coaching profession. He is a high energy coach with a strong passion for competition. He is just what our program needs at this point in time as we look to build upon our previous success in the sport of lacrosse."
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