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New London - Fitch High School clinched a share of the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division baseball title with a 12-0 victory over New London on Tuesday at Sal Amanti Field.
Izzy Davila went the distance, allowing five hits while striking out six and walking one.
Cooper Robinson, Pete Aldrich and Aaron Hill each had three hits for the Falcons (15-2, 8-1) while Gabriel Diaz had two hits for the Whalers (7-8, 3-6).
In other games:
• Jordan Zeppieri's two-run single highlighted a five-run first inning that sparked Montville to a 10-2 win over Killingly in the ECC Medium Division. Greg Benjamin was 4-for-4 with two runs scored and three RBI and Brandon Haas had three hits, including two doubles, for Montville (11-5, 5-4).
• Stonington scored all of its runs in the third inning in a 3-1 win over Bacon Academy in the ECC Medium. Doug Domnarski retired 11 of the last 12 batters, allowing four hits while striking out 10 and walking three, and he added two hits and an RBI while Max Kelly added an RBI single for the Bears (10-6, 6-3).
In Monday's late game, Pat Coan was 3-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI in Stonington's 8-1 win over Killingly in the ECC Medium. Brian Frosti allowed five hits over six innings for the win, striking out eight with three walks.
• Mark Fitzgerald had a single and home run but St. Thomas More couldn't overcome 11 errors in a 16-3 loss to Providence Country Day. Steven Greenslade had a double and RBI while Brian Freeman added an RBI for T-More (1-11).
• Old Lyme improved to 5-2 in the Shoreline Conference with a 173-180 win over Coginchaug. George Logan was the medalist with a 41 and Old Lyme (8-4-1) teammates Travis Russell (43) and Matti Fuller (44) were right behind him.
• Montville beat St. Bernard 6-1 in the ECC Small Division match. Dylan Julian of St. Bernard (2-9, 2-3) was the medalist with a 6-over-par 42. Paul Hanrahan, Corey Meigs, Bennett Stakpole and John Delaney won their matches for Montville (5-6, 3-2).
• Killingly remained unbeaten with a 7-0 win over Waterford in the ECC Medium Division. Tyler Goddu shot the low round for Waterford (4-6, 2-5) with a 42.
• Windham won the first two matches, but Stonington came away with a 5-2 win in the ECC Medium Division. Joel Nelson, Rachel Shaw and Seth Fiola won their matches for Stonington (8-3, 4-3).
• Justin Bohara was the medalist for Norwich Free Academy, firing a 1-over 37 in a tri-match against Xavier and East Haven. The Wildcats (9-3) beat East Haven, 158-191, and lost to Xavier, 156-158. NFA's Nick Kamireddy had a 38 and Billy Wallace 41.
• New London's Christian Pedersen earned medalist honors with a 43, but Fitch won the ECC Large match, 6-1, at Great Neck Country Club in Waterford. Corey Jones, Luke Teixeira and Jimmy Fiftal all shot 44 for the Falcons (8-4, 5-1). The Whalers are 1-9, 0-8.
• Trevor Hutchinson of Grasso Tech was the medalist as the Eagles beat Cheney Tech 178-185 in a CSC match. Steve Robarge (42), Justin Van Dyke (47) and Dawson Gibson (49) all broke 50 for Grasso.
• Ledyard picked up a pair of wins, beating Plainfield 7-0 in an ECC Medium Division match and Putnam 6-1 in a nonleague match. Mike Graff, Mike Martin, Colton Day and David Eichelberg each won twice for Ledyard (9-1, 6-1) and Mitch Allen split his matches but led the Colonels with a 42.
• Kayla Henry shot a 58 and Madison Carter fired a 63 in East Lyme's one stroke loss to Bacon Academy, 254-255, at Old Lyme CC. The Vikings are 0-6.
• St. Bernard defeated Griswold 5-2 in a match that was completed after being suspended by rain on April 23. Emily Patten and Andrea He won singles matches for the Saints (3-7, 1-3 ECC Small) as did the doubles teams of Audrey Jones-Shannon Forrester and Julia Scott-Jessica Xu. Patten rallied to win her match 2-6, 7-6 (7), 6-0.
• Hartford Classical edged Norwich Tech 4-3. Lauren Gagnon and Emily Kivela won singles matches for the Warriors (5-5) as did the doubles team of Shelly Jeanty-Hannah Holloway.
• C.J. Parker and Zavier Veliz won in three sets at No. 3 doubles in New London's 6-1 loss to Woodstock Academy in the ECC Large. The Whalers fell to 3-11, 0-6.
• Ledyard dropped a 5-2 decision to Windham in the ECC Medium. The Colonels (5-6, 2-4) received doubles wins from the No. 1 duo of Jake Skilbred and Ben McHale and No. 3 team of Albert Miller and Jack Potter.