Montville - Steve Jankowski passed for 211 yards and four touchdowns as Plainfield High School defeated St. Bernard/Norwich Tech 55-19 in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division football game Friday night.
Quarterback Devin Gleason played a role in all three touchdowns by the Saints (1-2, 1-2), throwing TD passes to Tyriece Burke (24 yards) and Steve Sieczkowski (22 yards) and running seven yards for another score.
Burke had three receptions for 77 yards.
• East Lyme remained undefeated, beating Fitch/St. Bernard 102-68 in the ECC. Gretchen Stelter (50 freestyle, 25.72), Tori Poole (100 butterfly, 1:03.92), Alexis Dumais (500 freestyle, 5:46.90) and Ugne Kirvelevicius (100 breaststroke, 1:14.26) won individual for events for East Lyme (5-0, 4-0).
Meredith Hird won the 200 IM (2:13.10) and 100 backstroke (1:04.9) for Fitch/St.Bernard (3-1, 3-1) and teammates Grace Moriarty (200 freestyle, 2:07.86) and Jackie Kokomoor (100 freestyle, 56.53) also won events.
• Meika Gathy won two events as Waterford beat Windham/Lyman Memorial 86-63 in an ECC meet. Gathy won the 200 freestyle in 2:24.86 and the 50 freestyle in 30.60.
Also winning events for Waterford (4-1, 3-1) were Asia Langley, Kelly Cheng and Catherine Ward.
• Emma Buckridge won two events as NFA beat Ledyard 91-79 in the ECC. Buckridge won the 200 IM in 2:22.31 and the 100 backstroke in 1:09.98. Stephanie Lefebvre, Lauren Hodkinson and Kylie Gromko also won events for NFA (2-3, 1-3).
Kate Franzone won the 100 freestyle in 1:00.19 and the 50 freestyle in 27.54 for Ledyard (0-4, 0-4) and teammate Haley Nunes won the 200 freestyle.
H.S. field hockey
• Colleen Durkee had a goal and an assist as East Lyme beat Woodstock Academy 4-0 in the ECC. Cara Bradley scored twice for the Vikings (4-3, 2-3) and Kaitlyn Favalora added a goal.
• Lizzie Dowds, Alexis Spinnato, Alyssa Mathiowetz and Malia DelaCruz each scored for Waterford in a 4-0 victory over Windham in the ECC. Tegan Ward and Sarah Reimann added assists for the Lancers (3-3, 3-2). The Waterford defense did not yield a shot.
• Williams School came away with a 2-2 overtime tie at Cheshire Academy.
Carrie Meneo and Sam Linhares scored goals, Schyler Davis had two assists, Simone Kronholm had an assist and Sydney Olstein made two saves for Williams (1-1-2).
• Sara Gaccione had 34 digs during Wheeler's 25-11, 25-13, 25-11 loss to Lyman Memorial in the ECC Small Division.
Alysia Rathbun added 20 digs and one ace for the Lions (2-4, 0-3) while Olivia Orr had 15 digs and Lexi Galluci five assists.
• Morgan Lloyd had 12 kills and Hannah Burke added 15 digs to lead East Lyme to a 25-22, 20-25, 25-16, 25-18 win over Norwich Free Academy in the ECC Large Division. The Vikings are 7-2, 4-1.
Abby Mattern had six kills and two aces for NFA (6-3, 1-2), while Alyssa Velles added six kills.
• Kianna Dailey had seven kills and Kaitlyn Mitchell and Jenna Ritchie added seven assists apiece in Norwich Tech's 25-18, 21-25, 29-27, 25-16 win over Kaynor Tech in the Constitution State Conference. The Warriors are 3-6.
• Kasey Testa had 17 digs and three kills to highlight Old Lyme's 25-15, 25-22, 25-23 loss to Valley Regional in the Shoreline Conference. Lauren Romeo added five blocks for the Wildcats.
H.S. boys' cross country
• Norwich Tech took three of the top four spots en route to wins over Wheeler (26-30) and host Fishers Island (15-50).
Aaron Pelletier of Norwich Tech won the race in 16:46 followed by Troy Stefanski of Wheeler (16:54), Mike Froscello (17:07) and Carl Feder-Craney (17:56) of Norwich Tech and Wheeler's Max Reck (18:22).
Thad Allen led Fishers Island with a 14th-place finish. Wheeler beat Fishers Island 15-47.
H.S. girls' cross country
• Wheeler took the top four spots and beat Norwich Tech 18-37 in a meet at Fishers Island. Kelsey Melinowsky won in a time of 13:23 followed by Lea Janz (13:26), Gracie Anglin (14:40) and Lizzy O'Gara (15:04).
Kat Bauman of Norwich Tech (15:17) rounded out the top five and Amber Ferguson led Fishers Island in eighth place. Both Wheeler and Norwich Tech picked up forfeit wins (15-50) over Fishers Island.
• Sarah Hills scored with 10 seconds left in overtime to give Coast Guard Academy a 2-1 victory over Clark University in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference.
Terry Netusil assisted on the game-winner for the Bears (4-6, 1-1), while Hills set up Netusil for Coast Guard's first goal.
• Kevin Shea from Great Neck County Club finished tied for fourth place in the Connecticut PGA Championship at Mohegan Sun Country Club at Pautipaug on Wednesday.
Shea's two-day total was a 5-over-par 149. Kyle Bilodeau won with a 142.
Patrick Boucher from Lake of Isles finished tied for 23rd with a 159 and Andrew Campbell from Black Hall Club was tied for 39th with a 165.