Local roundup: New London beats Lyman in boys' soccer

Fitch's Frank Norosky (18) collides with East Lyme's Greg Swenson as they battle for control of the ball during Thursday's match in Groton. East Lyme beat the Falcons 1-0.
Fitch's Frank Norosky (18) collides with East Lyme's Greg Swenson as they battle for control of the ball during Thursday's match in Groton. East Lyme beat the Falcons 1-0. Tim Cook/The Day Buy Photo

New London - Kingderly Thony scored two goals in the first half and New London High School went on to beat Lyman Memorial 3-0 Thursday in a nonleague boys' soccer game.

Wadlet Jean-Baptiste had a goal and an assist, Zavier Veliz and Thony had assists and Josh Vincent made three saves in goal for the Whalers (2-0).

In other games:

• Jeremiah Northcutt's first-half goal lifted East Lyme to a 1-0 win over Fitch in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division. Zach Kosakowski made four saves for East Lyme (1-0-1, 1-0) and Adam Jacey made seven saves for Fitch (3-1, 0-1).

• Ethan Murphy and Chandler Ray each had a goal and an assist as Stonington beat St. Bernard, 3-0. Thomas St. Rock scored and Matt Prue had an assist for the Bears (3-0-1). Ryan Dillon had four saves for the Saints (1-2).

• Grasso Tech lost to Parish Hill 8-1 in a Constitution State Conference game. Luis Latorre had a second-half goal for Grasso (0-4, 0-4).

Girls' soccer

• Teddy Tirado scored as Grasso Tech won its first game of the season, 1-0 over Windham Tech in the Constitution State Conference East Division. Tonia Johnson had 17 saves for Grasso (1-3).

• Allie Smith, Amy Roberts and Hannah Steinke scored goals for Holy Family/Norwich Tech in a 3-2 win over Platt Tech. Goalie Shelby Grauer made four saves for Holy Family/Norwich Tech (2-1-1).

• Molly Beck and Mary Kate Morrison scored goals as Old Saybrook edged Old Lyme, 2-1, in the Shoreline Conference. Sloane Sweitzer scored for Old Lyme (1-2-1) and Alston Rountree had the assist.

Men's tennis

• Coast Guard Academy's Mark Guentern beat Ryan Sullivan 6-4, 6-2 in No. 1 singles, but the Bears lost to Holy Cross, 5-2. Robert Renfrow won the No. 2 singles match for Coast Guard.

Men's cross country

• Spencer Daniels placed ninth (26:41) for Mitchell College in a 15-45 loss to Wesleyan. Michael Edwards finished 10th (26:43.5) for Mitchell.

Women's cross country

• Sheilah Newcity finished ninth (22:52.2) as Mitchell lost to Wesleyan, 15-50. Katie Buchanan was 10th (22:58.7) for Mitchell.

Boys' cross country

• Justin Shafner finished second (17:21) and Ben Lahm third (17:42) as Williams finished second to Wheeler (R.I.) at the seven-team Providence Country Day Invitational on Wednesday. Brien Bradley finished seventh (18:09) and Adam Verhoeff was 14th (19:38) for Williams.

Girls' cross country

• Maddie Lahm was runnerup (28:39) as Williams placed third out of five teams at the Providence Country Day Invitational on Wednesday. Juli Brown was 13th (25:03) and Rachel Goldstein finished 17th (25:28) for Williams, which scored 82 points.

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