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East Lyme — Caroline Gonsalves had three goals and three assists and Claire Jasper added two goals and two assists as the East Lyme High School girls' lacrosse team beat Woodstock Academy 20-2 Wednesday to clinch the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division.
Riley Aspinwall had a goal and two assists for East Lyme (11-4, 7-0) and Gabby Fiengo, Belle Kenny, Rebecca McGlone and Kendall Roberts each scored twice. Alley Lorah added a goal and an assist.
In other games:
• Maeve Reilly scored eight times as Immaculate beat Old Lyme 15-14 in a game between two of the top teams in the CIAC Class S Division. Immaculate is 12-4. Allie Buckley had three goals and seven assists for Old Lyme (11-3) and Sloane Sweitzer added seven goals and an assist.
• Josh Vincent pitched a five-hitter with 10 strikeouts as the New London beat Wheeler 8-2 and qualified for the CIAC Class L tournament. Damon LaFrance had two hits with three runs for the Whalers (8-10) and Troy Gray had two hits and two runs. Also, Eddie Santiago had two hits and an RBI. Kevin Knowles singled and scored twice for Wheeler (3-13).
• Colin Harrington improved to 5-0, pitching a four-hitter as Waterford beat Griswold 7-0. Sam Strout tripled, scored twice and drove in three runs and Jesse Coates tripled, scored and drove in a run for Waterford (14-4).
• Old Lyme qualified for the Class S state tournament with an 18-3 win over Old Saybrook in the Shoreline Conference. Ross Golebiewski had six RBI and Dan Chapman and Dave Peck had three hits apiece for Old Lyme (8-11, 8-9). Matt Przybysz was the winning pitcher.
• Tourtellotte scored five runs in the seventh inning and defeated Stonington 8-7. John Moody homered and scored three runs for Stonington (2-17) and Ryan Francis doubled and homered.
• Jordan Kowalski went 1-for-3 in Ledyard's 5-2 loss to East Haven. Ledyard is 12-6.
• New London's Jordan Rogers was the medalist as the Whalers lost to Plainfield 5-2 in an ECC Medium Division match. Rogers shot a 47 at Foster Country Club. Jack Madden also won his match for New London (0-13, 0-10).
• Zach Kosakowski shot a 37 to earn medalist honors as East Lyme beat Fitch 6-1 in an ECC Large match. Ross Krasner shot a 42 and Drew Bradley a 43 for East Lyme (11-0-1, 6-0-1). Luke Teixeira shot a 46 for the Falcons (4-9, 0-7).
• Medalist Matt Shea shot 39 in Waterford's 5-2 loss to Norwich Free Academy at Great Neck Country Club. Isiah Joyner shot 46 for NFA (9-3). Waterford is 8-6.
• Tourtellotte clinched at least a share of the ECC Small Division title with a 7-0 win over Wheeler. The Tigers play Montville (8-1 Small) today in a match that will determine the race. Tyler Primett led Wheeler (4-10, 4-5) with a 44.
• Graham Aird shot 42 and Old Lyme defeated Haddam-Killingworth 186-202 in a Shoreline Conference match at Black Hall Club. The Wildcats are 5-4.
• Mike Graff of Ledyard was the medalist as the Colonels beat Woodstock Academy 6-1 at Pequot Golf Course on Tuesday. Graff shot a 5-over-par 39. Jack Gabriel, Evan DelGrosso and Pat Brown also won matches for Ledyard (4-5-1, 4-3-1).
• No. 2 Central Florida scored six runs in the second inning and went on to beat No. 7 UConn 7-1 in the first day of the American Athletic Conference tournament at Clearwater, Fla. Blake Davey had a run-scoring single in the sixth inning for UConn (26-30). UConn first baseman Bobby Melley was named the new England Intercollegiate Baseball Association Division I Player of the Year. Melley led the AAC in the regular season with a .360 average. Davey, an outfielder, also made the first team.