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Colchester - Belle Kenny finished with five goals and an assist Tuesday as the East Lyme High School girls' lacrosse team clinched at least a share of the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division title with a 16-5 win over Bacon Academy.
Riley Aspinwall, Gabby Fiengo and Alley Lorah each had two goals for East Lyme (9-4, 6-0) and Lorah added a pair of assists.
In other games:
• Emily Cassata had three goals for Stonington in an 18-4 victory over Wheeler in the ECC Small Division. Hannah Johnson and Emily Grey each had two goals and two assists for the Bears (13-0, 7-0) and Jenny Sieczkiewicz, Val Muller, Celeste Courtney and Heaven Datino had two goals each. Jess Muller scored twice for Wheeler (0-11, 0-7).
• Sloane Sweitzer had nine goals and an assist in Old Lyme's 19-7 win over Fitch. Allie Buckley added four goals and eight assists for Old Lyme while Michelina Pinto scored four times to lead Fitch (5-6-1).
• Mary Grace Wyatt scored three goals in Waterford's 13-4 victory over St. Bernard in the ECC Small Division. Julia Peay added two goals and two assists for the Lancers (7-4, 5-2) and Mckenzie Griffin-Potter and Sarah Coiro had two goals each. Flora Klise scored two goals for St. Bernard (5-5-1, 2-5).
• Maddy Lahm finished with three goals and three assists in Williams' 19-1 victory over Hyde on Monday, while Margit Burgess, Cassidy Martin and Katie Lipman also had three goals each.
• Josh Perry had three goals and an assist and Spencer Sgandurra scored three times to pace Waterford past St. Bernard/Wheeler 10-6 in the ECC Small. Zachary Nailon had two goals for Waterford (4-9, 3-3). Nick Kane had two goals and two assists for St. Bernard (2-11, 1-5) and Tim Bouchard scored twice.
• Nick Lauer scored six goals to lead Ledyard past Montville 22-2 in the ECC Small Division. Alec Powell added five goals for the Colonels (10-2, 6-0), Nick LoBianco had four and Adam Hildebrandt three. Keith Stronach and Tyler Price scored for Montville (0-11, 0-5).