Local roundup: Ostrowski scores 2,000th career point in East Lyme win
Stonington — Dev Ostrowski scored 41 points, including the 2,000th of his career, as East Lyme rolled to a 77-62 boys' basketball victory over Stonington 77-62 on Thursday night.
Ostrowski came into the game needing 31 points and reached the milestone by making a free throw in the third quarter.
Luke Leonard added 19 points for the Vikings (13-3).
Zach Scott had four 3-pointers and scored 18 points and Marquis Jackson had 11 points and 12 rebounds for the Bears (11-4). RJ Parrilla added 17 points and Jacob Geary had eight points, nine rebounds and five blocks.
In other games:
• Ken Turner scored 22 points and had 11 rebounds as Ledyard beat Windham 69-50. Dorell Cagle had 15 points and Seamus McGrath scored 10 for Ledyard (6-7).
• Liam Spellman had 10 points and seven rebounds as Waterford beat Bacon Academy 77-45. Payton Sutman had 13 points, Dylan Eckhart scored 11 and JJ Brennan had eight rebounds, four assists and four steals for No. 6 Waterford (13-1).
• Shayne Bigelow scored 26 points as Killingly toppled Montville 64-39. Zach Southard led the Indians (5-9) with 22 points.
H.S. girls' basketball
• Sam Gray scored 22 points as Old Lyme beat Old Saybrook 56-40 in a Shoreline Conference game. Britney DeRoehn had 12 points, eight rebounds and four steals for Old Lyme (11-5, 9-5). Mandy Beck led Old Saybrook (2-14, 1-11) with 14 points.
• Megan Bauman scored 21 points as East Lyme beat Killingly 62-20. Sophie Dubreuil had 13 points for East Lyme (11-6), which led 38-15 at halftime.
• Rita Sefransky scored 16 points as Fitch moved closer to a Class L state playoff berth with a 35-22 win over Montville. The Falcons (7-10) can qualify with a win at Ledyard on Friday. Kara Beaupre scored 10 points for the Indians (10-7) while Maya Hillman added 10 rebounds, five steals and there blocked shots.
• Shante Talley scored 15 points as Norwich Free Academy defeated Windham 54-40. Riley Ellington and Anajah Ingram added 10 points apiece for the Wildcats (9-8) while Bella Graziano made three 3-pointers and finished with nine points.
• Berlin rolled to a 61-35 non-league win over Ledyard. Freshman Samantha Money led the Colonels (4-12) with 23 points.
• Fishers Island outscored Williams School 22-13 in the second half to earn a 34-32 win. Anna Mae Saunders led Williams with 11 points, including a basket with 2.5 seconds left to tie the game at 32-32. Olivia Kaplan had nine points for Williams (2-8). Constance Toldo led Fishers Island with 11 points, including a pair of free throws with 1.4 seconds left to win the game.
• Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech rode six pins to an easy 59-12 win over St. Bernard/Norwich Tech in an ECC Division III match at Lebanon. Xzias Bellamy (120) won by default for the Saints (4-17, 0-4) and Roark Ryan (285) won by forfeit.
• Grasso Tech remained undefeated with a 873-829 win over Montville. Alexander Potochniak led Grasso (4-0) with a 183 and teammates Seth Frates (175), Mike Bartlett (174), Rick Dunn (172) and Adam Riffe (169) also scored. Tanner Driscoll led Montville (0-4) with 180, followed by Dominic Ornberg (170), Andrew Wigfield (163), Emma Walls (162) and Zachary Cowen (154).
• Mia Brennan of Waterford scored 48 points as Avery Point beat Springfield Tech 102-66. Brennan added nine assists, nie steals and eight rebounds. Rebekah Sanders of Quaker Hill had 28 rebounds and 16 points for Avery Point (9-10) and teammates Ashley Burke (16) and Miriam Dugas (10) also scored in double figures.
• Joel Soriano had 14 points and 13 rebounds as St. Thomas More beat Loomis-Chaffee 79-73 in the National Prep Invitational at Rhode Island College. Mick Lynott had 16 points and six rebounds and Nick MacDonald (14), Jair Currie (14) and Wayne Bristol (13) also scored in double figures for T-More.
• Avery Point lost to Springfield Tech, 81-62. Mitchell Holdmeyer had 13 points and eight rebounds and Alec Gomes of Norwich scored nine for the Pointers (7-15).
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