Local roundup: Hunt (five goals) has a big day for Old Lyme boys' lacrosse

Old Lyme's Henry Hunt, right, sprints past Immaculate's Andrew Rosenblum during Saturday's boys' lacrosse game in Old Lyme. Hunt had five goals and three assists to help lead the Wildcats to a 10-6 victory over the Mustangs.
Old Lyme's Henry Hunt, right, sprints past Immaculate's Andrew Rosenblum during Saturday's boys' lacrosse game in Old Lyme. Hunt had five goals and three assists to help lead the Wildcats to a 10-6 victory over the Mustangs. Dana Jensen/ The Day Buy Photo

Old Lyme - Henry Hunt finished with five goals and three assists Saturday, leading the scoring for the Old Lyme High School boys' lacrosse team in a 10-6 nonleague victory over Immaculate.

Ian Humphreys and Jacob Fenton scored two goals apiece and Joab Hunt added a goal for Old Lyme (11-2). Seth Rohrberg made 17 saves in goal.

Immaculate is 4-10.

In other games:

• Fitch led 5-0 after one quarter and went on to beat Waterford 17-10. Ryan Reuling had five goals and an assist, Andrew Singer had three goals with six assists, Grayson Reuling had four goals and two assists, Jordan McKenna scored three times and Tim Drake (10) and Billy Charette combined for 12 saves for Fitch (8-5). Michael Beltran had three goals and an assist, Spencer Sgandurra had two goals and three assists, Taylor Huta made 12 saves and Tony Vocalina and Grant Larson had two goals and an assist each for Waterford (4-11).

• Erik Aarsand had two goals and an assist and Nic Page finished with a goal and four assists to lift East Lyme past Ledyard 8-4. Mark Chmielewski added a goal and an assist and Greg Swenson had 15 saves for East Lyme (10-3). Nick Lauer had a goal and an assist for Ledyard (11-3).

Softball

• Theresa Kane and Bree Nolan combined on a no-hitter in Stonington's 16-0 victory over New London in a five-inning Eastern Connecticut Conference Medium Division game called after five innings due to the mercy rule. Brooke Arruda was 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and a pair of runs scored for Stonington (12-5, 7-2) and Rhianna Maynard was 1-for-2 with two runs scored.

Baseball

• Jim Kintner was 4-for-5 with four runs scored and two RBI to lead Fitch to a 15-8 victory over Stonington. Carlos Rosario was 3-for-4 with an RBI and three runs for Fitch (8-9). John Moody was 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBI for Stonington (2-15) and Ryan Francis was 2-for-4 with two runs scored.

Boys' tennis

• St. Bernard beat Montville 5-2 Friday in an ECC Small Division match. Chris Renaud, Eric Ostaszewski and Shine Yang won their matches for the Saints (8-5, 5-1). Hunter Stepanian won his match for Montville (2-10, 1-5).

Road racing

• Andy Caldwell of Groton won the Riverfront Run in Groton, finishing the 3.425-mile course in 20:24. Brandy LeClair of Groton was the top women's finisher in 22:12, good for sixth overall. Also making the top 10 were Kurt Balagna of Mystic (20:35), Nick Godlewski of Groton (21:35), Brian Huynh of Groton (21:42), Westerly's Jeffery Vuono (21:48), William Finlayson of Higganum (22:24), Chase Carnot of Pawcatuck (22:54), Anthony DiPietro of Ledyard (24:05) and Bob Edgecomb of Waterford (24:10).

College baseball

• UConn earned the No. 7 seed in the upcoming American Athletic Conference tournament at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla. The Huskies begin tournament pool play on Wednesday, with the tournament culminating with the championship game on ESPNU on Sunday, May 25. The Huskies will play No. 2 seed UCF on Wednesday, No. 3 Houston on Thursday and No. 6 Temple on Friday, all at 11 a.m. UConn finished the 2014 regular season with a record of 26-29 and a 9-14 mark in AAC play, tied with Temple for sixth.

College track

• Eastern Connecticut's Fredrick Hewett, a senior from New London and former Ledyard High athlete, finished his collegiate career by winning the 400-meter race at the ECAC Division III Championships at RPI in Troy, N.Y. Hewett finished in 48.51 seconds, a week after setting the school record at the New England meet (48.28).Connecticut College's men's 4x800 meter relay team of Michael LeDuc, Ben Bosworth, Old Lyme's Ian Rathkey and Niall Williams placed third with a season-best time of 7:51.57. The Conn women got a third-place finish from Bella Franz in the 1,500 (4:42.24) and a fifth-place finish from Ashley Curran in the 5,000 (17:59.20).

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