H.S. roundup: East Lyme girls complete perfect ECC Division I track season
Woodstock — The East Lyme girls' track & field team finished unbeaten in Eastern Connecticut Conference Division I meets, topping Woodstock Academy 90-60 on Thursday.
Lauren Hinckley won a pair of events for the Vikings (3-0, 3-0), taking the 100 meters (13.04) and long jump (15 feet, 8 inches). Ava Pitruzzello, Isabella Paggioli, Savannah Soleau, Hailey DeNucci, Grace Blackwood, Lacey-Lee Keramidas and Jayla Washington also won events for East Lyme. Linsey Arends and Juliet Allard won two events each for Woodstock.
In other meets:
• Waterford beat New London 110-43 in an ECC Division II meet. Aimee Girard, Avery Maiese and Gabby Brennan each won an event and were on winning relays teams for Waterford. Emma DeVito, Jamie Adams, Kate Lange and Alyson Lewis also won events for the Lancers (2-1, 2-1), Colleen Corman was on two winning relays teams and Avery Pepin, Isabella Kimball and Madelyn Myers were only winning relay teams.
Darielys Arnold and Adrianna Benjamin were double winners for New London (1-5, 1-2). Arnold won the 100 (12.6) and 300 hurdles (48.9)and Benjamin won the discus (64-9) and shot put (30-3). Kmara Royster and Anissah White also won event and teamed with Arnold and Akheena Farrior-Parcak to win the 4x100.
• Griswold's Taylor Bialowas won two events but the Wolverines lost to Windham 85-43 in an ECC Division III meet on Wednesday. Bialowas won the 100 (13.14) and long jump (15-5) and Sydney Hart won the shot put for Griswold (0-3, 0-3). Resia Baran won four events and Kyleigh Miller won three events for Windham.
• Ledyard clinched the ECC Division II title with a 7-0 win over New London. Julian Mileski, Matt Bourguignon, Damion DePaul and Reese Yaras won in singles for the Colonels (7-2, 5-0).
• Sarah Hage won No. 1 singles as Waterford defeated Fitch 4-3 in an ECC Division I match. Autumn Brothers also won in singles for the Lancers (5-4, 3-2). Maddie Beaulieau and Fiza Shariff won in singles for the Falcons (5-4, 1-4).
H.S. boys' track
• Shawn Henning won three events as East Lyme beat Woodstock Academy 100-49 in an ECC Division I meet. Henning won the 100 (11.8), 200 (23.8) and triple jump (39-4). Blake Harris won the 110 hurdles (17.8) and300 hurdles (43.7) and Nick Vogel won the high jump (5-6) and pole vault (11-6) for East Lyme. Also winning events for the Vikings were Lucas DeNucci, Brendan Fant, Sean McCauley, Thomas Matlock, Chris Munzner and Callaway Scott.
• Griswold remained unbeaten with a 97-53 win over Windham in an ECC Division III meet on Wednesday. Ryan Pelillo, Michael Strain and Anthony Gaeta were double winners for the Wolverines (3-0, 3-0). Pelillo won the 100 hurdles (17.07) and 300 hurdles (45.75), Strain won the 800 (2:03.51) and 1600 (4:45.63) and Gaeta won the pole vault (8-6) and discus (139-05). Jackson Collins, Evan Merchant, Dan Sims and Logan Benoit also won events for Griswold. Jayden Villafane of Windham won the long jump (20-0), triple jump (41-07) and the 100 (11.60).
• Max Weston shot 39 as Norwich Free Academy defeated Fitch 6-1 in an ECC Division I match at Norwich Golf Course. NFA is 6-2, 3-0. Medalist Nate McCormack shot 37 for Fitch (3-5, 0-3).
• Medalist Jeremiah Soto led Wilcox Tech to a 201-217 win over Grasso Tech in the Connecticut Technical Conference. Norman Maranda shot a team-best 50 for Grasso, who earned a split by defeating Goodwin Tech 217-235. The Eagles are 2-8, 2-7).
• Pat Flanagan shot 40 as Old Lyme defeated Coginchaug 183-210 in a Shoreline Conference match at Black Hall Club. Andrew Hedberg also shot 43 for the Wildcats (1-7, 1-7).
• Cameron Conway shot 41 as Wheeler defeated Tourtellotte 176-226 in an ECC Division IV match at at Stonington Country Club. Kieran Boscoe shot 42 for Wheeler (6-3, 2-0).
• Medalist Owen Lanuza shot 38 as Waterford defeated Stonington 7-0 in an ECC Division II match at Great Neck Country Club. Drew Zanghetti shot 39 for the Lancers (5-4, 2-2). Stonington is 4-6, 2-1.
• Hand and Norwich Free Academy halved at 228. Medalist Lila Sullivan shot 52 for Hand and Keira Kotula shot 55 for NFA (4-0-1).
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