Woodstock - Kevin Zeppieri scored two minutes, 30 seconds into the first overtime as the Waterford High School boys' soccer team remained unbeaten by edging Woodstock Academy on Monday, 1-0.
Aaron Schwartz had the assist for the Lancers (10-0). Austin Schwartz added three saves.
The Centaurs are 4-6.
In other games:
• Francis Lee scored two goals while Izaak Miller added a goal and an assist, leading Norwich Free Academy past Stonington, 5-0. Camden Levine and Seth Johnson also scored for the Wildcats (7-1-1) and Jeremy LaFerriere made five saves. The Bears fell to 6-3-1.
• Zack Higgins scored both goals, including the game-winner in the 61st minute, in Fitch's 2-1 win over New London. Christian Urena added two assists and Cooper Robinson made eight saves for the Falcons (6-4). Wadlet Jean-Baptiste scored for the Whalers (3-5).
• Nick Strecker had two goals an assist as Montville scored all three of its goals in the first half to defeat Ledyard, 3-0. Josh Handler also scored for the Indians (7-2) and Tom McDaniel and Ryan Turney added assists. Ben McHale stopped seven shots for the Colonels (1-9).
• Windham Tech scored four second-half goals to pull away and defeat St. Bernard, 7-2. Austin Malchiodi scored both goals for the Saints (2-7).
• Peter Hebbel and Lucas Johnson each had a goal and an assist as East Lyme beat Plainfield, 8-1. East Lyme is 5-1-4.
• Andrew Meagher scored with under 3 minutes to help Williams tie Falmouth 3-3. Sotiraq Vangjeli scored the first two goals for the Blues (0-6-2) and assisted on Meagher's goal.
• Luiz Dantas and Mauricio Chavez each had two goals in St. Thomas More's 7-5 loss to the Putnam Science. Sami Ahmen added a goal and two assists for the Chancellors.
• Holy Family/Norwich Tech erupted for four goals in the second half to defeat Wolcott Tech 5-1. Emily Kivela, Amy Roberts, Mary Roberts, Allie Smith and Alexis Esposito scored goals for the Marists (6-3-1), who qualified for the state tournament, and goalie Shelby Grauer had two saves.
• Michelle Klinikowski had 10 kills and Ari Fustini added eight kills and four aces as Ledyard beat Griswold 25-11, 25-15, 25-12. Mariah Abstetar had 27 digs for Ledyard (12-0).
• Jordan Venditto had 21 assists and Brielle Benson added three digs as East Lyme beat Windham 25-21, 25-11, 25-11. East Lyme is 10-3.
• Serenity Kidd Brewer had eight digs and an ace in Grasso Tech's 25-14, 25-14, 25-12 loss to Windham Tech. Pam Oliveras added four digs and two kills for Grasso.
• Lauren Romeo had four blocks, five kills and 13 digs in Old Lyme's 25-17, 25-21, 20-25, 25-16 loss to North Branford in the Shoreline Conference. Maddy Grabowski added four aces and 16 digs.
• Stephanie Jaskiewicz had six aces and Jenna Moody had two kills and four digs for Montville in its 25-20, 25-23, 25-16 loss to Woodstock. Alyssa Nissen added five blocks for the Indians (4-6).
• Jenna Ritchie had four aces, five kills and seven digs in Norwich Tech's 25-21, 25-7, 25-19 loss to Plainfield. The Warriors are 5-8.
H.S. field hockey
• Fitch battled Chariho (R.I.) to a scoreless overtime tie as goalie Emma Nolan stopped six shots. The Falcons are 3-5-1.
• With continued delays in the construction of new bleachers at New London High School, the Whalers will play a home game at a neutral site for the second straight week. After playing last Friday's game against Ledyard at Montville High School (a 21-3 loss), New London will play Windham on Friday at East Lyme High School at 6:45 p.m.
• Gordon College, ranked No. 22 in the nation, scored twice in the first 13 minutes to defeat Mitchell College, 2-0. Gordon (11-1) outshot the Mariners 23-5. Mitchell, is 5-7.
• UConn made it official by announcing it would play one men's and one women's game at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport this season. The men will play a nonconference game against Eastern Michigan on Dec. 28 at 1 p.m. and the women will play Temple in an American Athletic Conference game on Jan. 11 at noon.