Roundup: Ledyard girls' lacrosse explodes in second half of victory
Colchester — Caitlin Larmann scored five goals to lift Ledyard High School past Bacon Academy 14-11 in a girls' lacrosse game on Tuesday.
With the score tied 4-4 at halftime, the Colonels (6-3) scored 10 goals in the second half.
Michaela Holland had four goals while Kerrie Gardner and Amber Morth each had two and Ericka Jenkins added one for Ledyard. Goalie Colleen Rusk made 11 saves.
For Bacon (1-7-1), Alyssa Hemm and Sam Seymour each scored four goals, Alissa Maffuid had two and Olivia Cormier added one goal and three assists.
• Casey Sullivan had two goals and three assists and Chris Wallace added three goals and one assist in Waterford's 15-2 win over Woodstock Academy. Ryan Brouwer and Jon Thomas each had two goals and an assist while Shawn O'Loughlin had three goals and Andrew Nassetta had two goals, and Jeff Gran added one for the Lancers (6-4).
• Alex Manwaring had three goals and three assists in Ledyard's 14-2 win over Bacon (4-5). Zach Greenwood had three goals and an assist and Nick LoBianco had three goals while Kevin Kolhhepp, Mike Delia, Conner Wilt, Mike Evans and Nick Lauer each had one for the Colonels (7-4). Calvin Bussiere and Josh Healy each had a goal and Peter Loskart added an assist for Bacon.
• Stonington's Chris Bovino was the medalist with an even-par 36 in his team's 6-1 win over Plainfield in a Medium Division match at Foster Country Club. Willie Blanchette (43), Sam Ognisty (47) and Joel Nelson (53) also won their matches for the Bears (8-2, 4-2).
• Mitch Allen fired a low score of 37, lifting Ledyard past Waterford, 5.5-1.5, in an ECC Medium match at Pequot Golf Club. Mike Graff (45) and Mike Martin (44) also won their matches for the Colonels (3-1-1, 3-1-1). Mitch Mirabito won at No. 5 for Waterford (3-4, 2-3). Ledyard's Pat Brown and Waterford's Chris Alfera halved their match, each shooting 43.
• Griswold's Jon Barile (42), Sean Shepard (40), Cole Roberts (49), Andrew Berardi (46) and Aaron Colter (50) all won their ECC Small matches in a 7-0 win over Wheeler at Stonington Country Club. The Wolverines are 5-3, 3-1, and the Lions 0-6, 0-2.
• Montville lost to Tourtellotte 7-0 in an ECC Small match at Norwich Golf Course. The Indians fell to 2-4, 0-3. Tourtellotte's Mike Jezierski and Brandon Hamilton shared medalist honors with a 42.
• Nick Kamireddy led Norwich Free Academy with a 40 while Justin Bohara, Chad Vincent and Frankie Lee each had a 42 in a tri-match at Glastonbury Hills Country Club. Undefeated Glastonbury was the overall winner with a 152, followed by the Wildcats (166) and South Windsor (175). Billy Wallace had a 45 for NFA (6-2).
• Old Saybrook relied on its depth to post a 170 and beat Old Lyme (176) and Morgan (176) in a Shoreline Conference match at Clinton Country Club. Matt Cummins (39) was the medalist while Jack Ayers (42), Andy Heckler (42) and James Kanizaj (47) round out the foursome for the Rams (17-0, 5-0). Matti Fuller and Travis Russell each shot a 42 and George Logan had a 44 to lead Old Lyme (6-2-2, 2-1-1).
• Brendan Liebal shot a 43 to earn medalist honors, leading Norwich Tech past Cheney Tech 201-216 in a Constitution State Conference match at River Ridge Golf Course. Alex Valdes (48) and Jeffrey Leone (52) played at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, for the Warriors (4-4, 4-4).
• Trever Hutchinson posted the low score with a 38 in Grasso Tech's 178-247 win over Hartford Capital at Goodwin Park Golf Course. Steve Robarge (45), Stephen Kral (46) and Justin Van Dyke (49) also competed for the Eagles.
• Coast Guard Academy had five players named to the All-New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference team and the Bears won the sportsmanship award for the sixth straight season. Sophomore Josh Fischer (No. 2 singles), senior Nick Martin (No. 3 singles) and junior Blake Maurer (No. 4 singles) along with the No. 2 doubles team of Maurer-Fischer earned first team honors. The No. 1 doubles team of Martin and senior Greg Mitchell earned second team all-conference honors.
• Mitchell College's opening New England Collegiate Conference tournament game was postponed until today at 4 p.m. in New London. The Mariners are the No. 2 seed.
• UConn-Avery Point will visit Community College of Rhode Island for a best-of-three NJCAA Division II New England playoff series. The teams play the opener at 4 p.m. on Friday in Warwick and meet again at noon Sunday. If necessary, a third and deciding game will be at noon Monday.
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