East Lyme - Catherine Buckley had 15 kills and Jenna Schumacher added 12 kills, leading the East Lyme volleyball team to a 3-0 win over Waterford Wednesday.
The Vikings (9-2) won 25-21, 25-27, 25-20, 25-18. Hannah Burke had 20 digs and five aces for East Lyme.
Amanda Tourjee had 30 assists for the Lancers (5-5) and Lexi Moger added 17 kills.
In other matches:
• Mae Sefransky had 24 assists and Caroline Taber 10 kills as Fitch beat Bacon Academy 25-9, 25-21, 25-15. Michelina Pinto had 12 digs for Fitch (6-4).
• Sophie Swedin had 23 assists as NFA beat Killingly 25-11, 25-12, 25-9. Melissa Castillo had 15 digs for NFA (8-3) and Olivia Lane added nine kills.
• Lexi Galluci had 17 assists and three aces and Sara Gaccione added 19 digs and five aces as Wheeler beat Amistad of New Haven 25-11, 25-15, 25-20. Alysia Rathbun had eight digs, four kills and two aces for Wheeler (3-6) and Micaela Burgel added nine aces and three kills.
• Ledyard remained undefeated, beating winless New London 25-12, 25-9, 25-13. Alyssa Gregory had nine aces and Brianna Riley had nine assists for Ledyard (10-0).
• Kaitlyn Mitchell had 11 digs, 10 kills and six assists as Norwich Tech rallied to beat Ellis Tech 25-9, 22-25, 23-25, 25-22, 15-9 in the Constitution State Conference. Madison Bodley had 17 assists for Norwich Tech (5-6, 5-3) and Elanna Sannon added five kills and five blocks.
• Old Lyme beat Hyde of New Haven 25-15, 25-3, 25-20 in the Shoreline Conference. Holly Fiscus had 22 service points and Megan Astley had 15 service points for Old Lyme.
• Hartford Capital beat Grasso Tech 25-11, 19-25, 25-10, 25-17 in a CSC match. Keila Lastraglio had 10 service points, Serenity Kidd Brewer had three digs and three aces and Pam Oliveras had six digs and two kills for Grasso.
• Chloe Ainley had 13 kills, 13 digs and three blocks as Conn College beat 25-23, 25-12, 25-16. Emily Arterbury had 33 assists, nine digs and two aces for Conn (7-6) and Caroline Martin had 12 kills and nine digs.
H.S. field hockey
• Hannah Clewes and Emma Kindblom both had a goal and an assist as Wilbraham & Monson beat Williams, 5-0. Sydney Olstein had seven saves for Williams (1-2-2).
• Matthew Bitchell and Ibrahim Mutala each had a goal and an assist as Conn College beat Framingham State, 5-1. Bill Hawkey, Kevin O'Brien and Zach Punt scored for the Camels (4-2-2).
• No. 24 UConn played to a 1-1 tie with Temple in the American Athletic Conference. Nicholas Zuniga scored at 61:11 for UConn (3-2-3, 0-0-2) and Temple (6-3-1, 0-1-1) tied the game at 78:48. UConn outshot Temple 19-9.
Boys' cross country
• Old Lyme took the top five spots en route to a 15-48 win over Fishers Island. Jeff Davis won the race with a time of 19:33, followed by Cole McKnight, Stuart Ross, Sean Robertson and Jacob Watts-St. Germaine. Thad Allen of Fishers Island was sixth.
• Anthony Ramos was the winner (17:56.6) and led Bacon Academy to win over Waterford (25-30) and Killingly (17-38) at Tuesday's Eastern Connecticut Conference Medium Division tri-meet. Don Clark was runner-up (18:05.8), Caleb Harris placed third (18:09.8), and Sam Lindbloom finished sixth (18:21.4) for Waterford, which beat Killingly (19-42).
Girls' cross country
• Old Lyme beat Fishers Island 15-50, taking the top five spots. Rachel Vandette won with a time of 14:29 followed by Ava Restrepo, Sophie Warlitz, Ali Scott and Meghan Trausch. Amber Ferguson of Fishers Island was sixth.
• NFA used its depth to beat Fitch 28-31 Tuesday in an ECC Large Division meet at Windham. Sarah Dinovelli of Fitch won the race in 20:37 and teammate Alicia Moroyoqui was second.
NFA (5-3, 2-1) took seven of the next eight spots to win the race. Rounding out the top five were Margaret Lewark of NFA, Ally Field of NFA and Fitch's Molly Reinhold. Fitch (28-31) and NFA each beat Windham 15-50.
• Bacon Academy's Kate Hageman finished first (20:22.4) to lead her team to wins over both Waterford (20-40) and Killingly (15-50) at an ECC Medium tri-meet on Tuesday. Jeannette Mooney finished third (20:44.6), Emily Pyka sixth (22:03.3) and Kelly O'Connor 10th (23:12.1) for Waterford, which downed Killingly (15-50).