Local roundup: Ferro lifts Conn to OT win in field hockey
New London — Caroline Ferro scored in overtime to give Connecticut College a 4-3 win over Wellesley in Wednesday's nonleague field hockey game.
Jamie Navoni had two goals for Conn (4-8) and Kaja Hartwell scored.
Arielle Mitropoulos, Rachel Hwang and Isabella van Atten scored for the Blue (5-7).
• Gretchen Dusza had 25 assists and Sydney Tabor seven aces as Waterford swept Griswold 25-21, 25-21, 26-24. Molly Kosma had nine digs for Waterford (10-3) and Ana Magano added nine kills. Adine Hilbert had 10 digs, nine kills and two aces for the Wolverines and Hailey Bouchard had 12 digs and 11 assists.
• Savannah Galluci had 15 assists, four kills, and four digs as Wheeler beat New London 25-15, 25-22, 25-19. Nikki Collins had 10 kills and six digs for Wheeler (6-7) and Sarah Spracklin had 12 kills and four digs. Marissa Parker had seven kills and nine digs for the Whalers (2-8) and Madison Robledo-Ramsey had 10 digs and three kills.
• Courtney Majewski had nine aces and five digs as Norwich Tech beat Ellis Tech 25-20, 25-21, 27-25 in a Connecticut Technical Conference match. Emily Cherwin had six kills and two aces for Norwich Tech (12-3, 8-1).
• Nora Ryan had eight kills and five blocks as Fitch downed Mercy 25-12, 25-13, 25-8. Karly Morales had eight assists and four aces for Fitch (8-6) and Aby Hagley had six aces.
• Toke Awofala had seven kills and five blocks as Glastonbury swept Norwich Free Academy 25-14, 25-17, 25-18. Kayley Ericson had 19 assists for NFA (5-7).
• Meg Verizzi had 45 assists as Lyman Memorial topped Montville 25-12, 25-19, 25-13. Leah Vichas had 18 digs, 16 kills and six aces for Lyman (12-1). Mackenzie Ullrich had 20 assists, five digs and four kills, Haley Kerwin had six kills and six digs, and Savanna Perkins had three kills, two blocks and two aces for the Indians (4-10).
• Cheshire beat East Lyme 25-16, 25-21, 25-23. Cheshire is 14-0. Madison Bell had 36 digs for East Lyme (6-5) and Sydney Iannantuono added 16 kills.
• Old Lyme lost to Cromwell in a Shoreline Conference match, 25-9, 25-11, 25-14. Emily Evers had eight digs and Maddie Cann had seven digs for Old Lyme (1-12, 1-11).
• Windham Tech beat Grasso Tech 25-12, 25-12, 25-27, 25-4 in a CTC match. Nastassia Cruz had 13 digs, Anasia Gordon had nine digs, Hailey Beal had seven digs and six blocks and Ahvyon Evans had four digs for Grasso.
• Sam Hunter had 12 digs and Dayna McCue 11 digs as Connecticut College beat Mitchell College 25-6, 25-18, 26-24 in a nonleague match. Emma Hewlin had 10 kills and McKaela Simons had 12 assists for Conn (10-6). Myla Williams had five kills and 10 digs for the Mariners (0-14).
• Dean College won the six-team Mitchell Invitational at Shennecossett Golf Course. The host Mariners were third with 333 points. Dean scored 312 and Becker was second at 327. Nick Knisel of Mitchell was in a three-way tie for second with a 76 and Ledyard's David Eichelberg was sixth for Mitchell with an 80.
H.S. boys' cross country
• Williams School won the four-team Watkinson School Invitational at Hartford with a score of 38, led by Will Jarrett's third-place finish (19:30). Also placing in the top 10 from Williams were Hartmut Doerwaldt (5th, 19:42), Hunter Dolphin (7th, 20:00) and Colin Madaus (8th, 20:01).
• Norwich Tech went 3-1 in a five-team meet, beating Fishers Island 15-50 and Grasso Tech 15-50 and Ellis Tech 20-35 in CTC meets while losing to Windham Tech 23-32 in a CTC meet. Norwich Tech's Cody Kersteter finished second in a time of 19:46 and teammate Nate Turner was third at 19:50. Jorge Agosto of Windham Tech won the race in 19:42. Grasso Tech lost to Windham Tech 15-46 and Ellis Tech 15-49 and beat Fishers Island 15-50. Grasso's top finisher was Matthew Riegert and Fredrick Toldo was the top finisher for Fishers Island.
H.S. girls' cross country
• Mary Madaus of Williams School finished first in 22:32 as the Blues won the four-team Watkinson School Invitational at Hartford with a score of 36. Grace Cassineri of Williams finished second with a time of 23:18.
• Constance Toldo of Fishers Island won a five-team race hosted by Norwich Tech, with a time of 26:05. Teammates Caroline Toldo (8th, 30:01) and Mary Surprenant (10th, 31:07) also made the top 10 and Syeare Thomas was Norwich Tech's top finisher (9th, 30:41).
H.S. field hockey
• Waterford played to a 1-1 tie with Old Saybrook in a nonleague game on Tuesday. Cassidy Susi of Waterford tied the game with a second-half goal. Devyn Concascia assisted on the goal and Lili Stoddard made six saves for Waterford (6-3-1).
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