H.S. girls' basketball roundup: Sullivan's late free throws help Saints win 49-47

Lexus Childs-Harris of New London, right, fights to keep control of the basketball as Maggie Powers of East Lyme defends in Friday's game at the East Lyme Middle School. New London won 50-42.
Lexus Childs-Harris of New London, right, fights to keep control of the basketball as Maggie Powers of East Lyme defends in Friday's game at the East Lyme Middle School. New London won 50-42. Dana Jensen/The Day Buy Photo

Montville Casey Sullivan hit two free throws with two seconds left to break a 47-47 tie and give St. Bernard School a 49-47 victory over Lyman Memorial on Friday night in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Small Division girls' basketball game.

Sullivan finished with a game-high 30 points with six 3-pointers and Brittney Walenta had nine points and five assists for the Saints (9-3, 3-1). Also, Caitlyn Dittman scored nine.

Briana Padewski scored 16 for the Bulldogs.

In other games:

• Charee Osborne scored a game-high 19 points, converting 7-of-8 free throw attempts, as New London used a big third quarter to defeat East Lyme, 50-42. The Whalers (10-2) outscored the Vikings 16-7 in the third quarter after trailing 21-20 at the break. India Pagan added 17 points for New London while Jenna Schumacher led East Lyme (9-4) with 14 points and nine rebounds and Theresa Durkee finished with 10 points.

• Kaite Morgan scored 18 points, leading Wheeler to a 56-49 win over Griswold in an ECC Small Division game. Jess Muller had nine points and eight rebounds for Wheeler (3-8, 1-3). Kirsten Drobiak scored a game-high 27 for Griswold.

• Michelle Klinikowski had 20 points and nine rebounds as Ledyard beat Stonington, 59-44. Olivia DelGrosso had 19 points for Ledyard (11-2). Tatyana LaFrance-Boyce scored 20 for the Bears (9-4).

• Norwich Free Academy, ranked seventh in the latest New Haven Register state poll, pulled away in the third quarter to rout Killingly, 61-26. The Wildcats (11-1) led 26-14 at halftime before outscoring Killingly 24-6 in the third quarter. Olivia Lane and MacKenzie Burke scored 15 points apiece.

• Vanessa Kobyluck had 15 points and Shea Spellman scored 12 in Waterford's 55-42 win over Fitch. The Lancers are 7-6. Sophie Clark had 12 points and seven rebounds and MacKenzie Aldridge added 11 points for the Falcons (2-10).

• Jamie Hill scored 23 points as Montville cruised to a 54-35 victory over Woodstock Academy. The Indians (9-5) led 49-22 after three quarters. Cassidy Bundy added 10 points for Montville.

• Providence Country Day rallied from a 19-13 halftime deficit to defeat Williams School 43-35. Marion Philippe led the Blues (1-7) with 18 points, eight rebounds, four steals and two blocked shots.

• Brittany Meyer and Elanna Sonon scored six points apiece in Norwich Tech's 30-26 loss to Whitney Tech. The Warriors are 3-9.

• Grasso Tech lost to Amistad Thursday, 43-22. Serenity Kidd-Brewer and Tabitha Ford had eight points each for Grasso.

Deanna McCarvell of New London (1) drives to the basket as Colleen Durkee of East Lyme trails her in Friday night's game at East Lyme Middle School.
Deanna McCarvell of New London (1) drives to the basket as Colleen Durkee of East Lyme trails her in Friday night's game at East Lyme Middle School. Dana Jensen/The Day Buy Photo
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