Ledyard - The Ledyard girls' volleyball team stretched its winning streak to 19, beating Maloney 3-0 in a nonleague match Monday.
The Colonels, last year's CIAC Class M state champions, won 25-4, 25-15, 26-24. They haven't lost since falling to East Lyme 3-1 in the semifinals of last season's Eastern Connecticut Conference tournament.
Madison Canestrari had 10 kills, two aces and five blocks, Mariah Abstetar had 20 digs and eight aces and Michelle Klinikowski had eight kills and three blocks for Ledyard (15-0).
H.S. boys' soccer
• Wadlet Jean-Baptiste scored in the 46th minute as New London beat Windham 1-0. Rafayel Wassef assisted on the goal and Eddie Santiago made four saves for New London (4-7).
• Nate Delesdernier scored with 31 seconds left as East Lyme beat Ledyard 1-0 in the ECC Large Division game. Ledyard goalie Ben McHale, who made five saves, came out to make a save in the final minute but was injured on the play and East Lyme (7-1-4, 5-0-2) converted the game-winner. Zach Kosakowski made three saves for East Lyme. Ledyard is 1-11, 0-7.
H.S. field hockey
• Megan Weir had two goals and an assist as NFA beat Waterford 4-0 in an ECC game. Shylia Barnes and Emily Devito also scored and Hannah Long had an assist for NFA (7-4, 7-3). Jodi Weiss made 10 saves for Waterford (5-4-1, 5-3-1).
UConn Hockey Classic
• The annual UConn Men's Ice Hockey Classic will be played at the XL Center in Hartford for the first time. The games will be played on Sunday, Dec. 29 and Monday, Dec. 30, and the field features three teams from Connecticut.
The first round takes place on Dec. 29 with 2012 NCAA runner-up Quinnipiac taking on UMass-Amherst of the Hockey East Conference at 4 p.m. Host UConn takes on Sacred Heart at 7 p.m. The two winners play in the championship game on Monday at 7 p.m., with the consolation game at 4 p.m. Ticket information will be announced in the near future.
UConn, under first year head coach Mike Cavanaugh, will begin play in Hockey East in the 2014-15 season and will play its home schedule at the XL Center.