H.S. roundup: Old Lyme's Visgilio pitches a no-hitter
Old Lyme — Will Visgilio pitched a no-hitter as Old Lyme beat Portland 6-0 in a Shoreline Conference baseball game on Saturday.
Visgilio (4-2) struck out four with four walks. Alex Bellas and Ron Losacano had a single, double and two RBI each for Old Lyme (5-8).
In other games:
• Matt Spang singled and scored twice and Ryan Kane allowed five hits over six innings with three strikeouts and had an RBI single as East Lyme downed Guilford, 5-1. Bennett Coe, Alex Tryon, and Matt Malcom scored for the Vikings (9-5) and Matt Abbey and Jared Hunt both had two hits.
• East Lyme took sole possession of first place in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Large Division with a 1-0 win over NFA in a rain-shortened game on Friday. Dylan Feeney pitched a shutout for East Lyme (5-1), which won its ninth straight game. Matt Abbey drove in the only run of the game. Colby Jakan had two hits for NFA (7-6, 4-2).
• Logan Bowdish scored a school-record eight times for Waterford as it beat Valley Regional, 11-3, and qualified for the CIAC Class S tournament. Mason Mobley had a goal and two assists and Bray Griffith scored twice for the Lancers (7-4). Also, Kyle Cardoza had an assist and Taylor Huta had seven saves. Jon Lacoske had a goal and an assist for the Warriors (5-6) and Jake Azzinaro had 11 saves.
• Jack O’Connor had four goals and two assists to pace Conard past East Lyme, 10-5. Matt McCormick had two goals and two assists for Conard (8-4). Aaron Dixon and Ryan deLaforcade both had a goal and an assist for the Vikings (6-5) and Matt Boguszeski, Alec Kosinski and Connor Schofner scored. Ryan Janovic also had 12 saves.
• Logan Morin had five goals and two assists to pace Norwich Free Academy past Farmington, 8-1. Jaedon Brown and Braydon Golas each had a goal and two assists for the Wildcats (8-4) and Andrew Bannon scored. Also, Alex Medeiros had 10 saves and Sean Fitzgerald and assist. Connor Hillmen scored for the Indians.
• Notre Dame of Fairfield beat the St. Bernard/Wheeler co-op, 7-5. Pat Brady had three goals and an assist for the Saints (3-8) and Roland Long and Anton Smith both scored.
• Steph deLaforcade had four goals and an assist and Elena Hynes added two goals and an assist as East Lyme bested Guilford, 13-11. Hailey Gordon and Karlie Rowe both scored twice for East Lyme (9-2) and Riley Aspinwall had a goal and an assist. Also, Alex Rose had 14 saves and Stacey Brodeur and Nina Sanfilippo scored. Alex Fitzgerald and three goals and two assists for the Indians (5-6) and Emma Jewett scored four times.
• Taylor Scully had five goals and two assists for Hand as it gave Old Lyme its first loss of the season, 15-11. Amanda Gentile had three goals for Hand (10-1). Sloane Sweitzer had four goals and two assists, Sydney Cowell had four goals and an assist, and Lauren Quaratella scored twice for the Wildcats (10-1). Also, Anna Mesham scored and Hannah Guenther made nine saves.
• Hannah Terrapins hit a walk-off RBI single to score Madison Sanborn as Ledyard edged Wheeler, 1-0. Chloe Hespeler pitched a three-hitter with 14 strikeouts for Ledyard (5-6). Sam Muller pitched a four-hitter with six strikeouts for the Lions (6-4).
• Locals won four events at the Marty Roberts Invitational at Coginchaug. Montville's Greg Clark won the 200 in 23.40 and teamed with Nick Donnel, Van Heller and Nik Strickland to win the 4x400 in 3:33.43. James Rose of St. Bernard won the 800 (2:05.17) and Lincoln Robinson of Stonington won the 300 hurdles (40.60). Montville finished second as a team with 65 points.
Second-place finishes went to Cam Whalen of Stonington (110 hurdles), Kyle Whalen of Stonington (100), Corey Knepshield of Old Lyme (800), Daniel Cole of Old Lyme (3200), Dawson Millbauer of Montville (triple jump) and Kevin Murtha of Montville in the shot put and discus. Third-places went to Millbauer (long jump), Steve Bollinger of Montville (javelin) and Old Lyme's 4x800 team.
• Fitch's Brian Robinson won the discus (148-4) and Tyric Scott the long jump (20-10) at the Middletown Invitational. The Falcons' 4x800 relay team of Matt Kerst, Owen Stanfield, Tom Readett and Daelon Morgan won (8:21.07), Eli Rosario was third in the discus (139-8) and Robinson was third in the shot put (46-2).
• Stonington's Kate Hall and Montville's Naomi Clark had second-place finishes at the Marty Roberts Invitational at Coginchaug. Hall was second in the 100 and Clark was second in the 300 hurdles. Third-place finishes went to Liz Gray of Stonington (800), Ying Zi Huang of Montville (triple jump) and Old Lyme's 4x100 team.
Track and field
• Fitch's Brian Robinson the discus (148-4) and Tyric Scott the long jump (20-10) at the Middletown Invitational. The Falcons' 4x800 relay team of Matt Kerst, Owen Stanfield, Tom Readett and Daelon Morgan won (8:21.07), Eli Rosario was third in the discus (139-8) and fourth in the shot put (42-9), and Patrick Scheurer was fourth in the 300 hurdles (42.32) and fifth in the javelin (150-3). Also, Robinson placed third in the shot put (46-2) and Scott finished third in the triple jump (41-4).
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