High school soccer: East Lyme girls open second half with a flourish to beat NFA

Norwich — Alivia Catanzaro, Phoebe Provencher and Karlie Rowe all scored in the first 12 minutes, 33 seconds of the second half Tuesday night as the East Lyme High School girls' soccer team came from behind to top Norwich Free Academy 4-3 in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Division I game.

NFA, the Division I champion, led 2-1 at halftime on goals by Kayla Park and Juliette Hogan before East Lyme came out firing in the second half. NFA (10-4, 7-1) added a late goal by Natalia Hogan, assisted by MacKenzie Teper.

Kayla Markovitz scored in the first half for East Lyme (7-6-2, 5-1-1).

In other games:

• Lindsay Clement and Sarah Forrester each had a goal and an assist in the second half of a 4-2 victory over Tourtellotte in an ECC Division III meeting. Emily Smith scored two unassisted goals to give St. Bernard a 2-0 lead in the first half, but Tourtellotte, which won the first meeting between the teams this season, came back to tie it on goals by Julia Annese and Kaylee Tackson. Clement broke the tie in the 62nd minute and Forrester added an insurance goal in the 72nd minute. Briana Beverly made 10 saves for St. Bernard (9-4, 8-3).

• Delaney Gagnon had two goals and Abby Campbell, Megan Larmann, Lexi Laperle and Julia Lavin all scored for Ledyard in a 6-0 victory over New London in ECC Division I. Ledyard is 6-7-2 overall, 2-4-2 in the division, while New London is 2-10, 0-7.

• Kennedy Davignon and Ivy Gelhaus scored twice for Woodstock Academy in its 5-1 win over Montville in an ECC Division II game. Olivia Meehan scored for Montville (8-5-1, 5-4-1) and Lauren Ross had seven saves.

• Taylor Jax scored twice as Killingly blanked Stonington 3-0 in an ECC Division II game. Abby Burgess scored for Killingly. Hannah Lamb had two saves and Tori LoPresto had one for the Bears (3-11-1, 3-6).

• Lyman Memorial downed Wheeler 7-1 in an ECC Division III game. Emma Morgan scored, Savannah Johnson had 10 saves and Lauren Rockwell had five saves for Wheeler (0-12-1, 0-10).

• Danielle Grenier and Amber Peterson both had two goals as Windham Tech beat Grasso Tech 6-1 Monday in the CTC. Ana DaSilva scored for Grasso (2-9-1).


• Justin Philips had three goals and an assist and Austin Hilger had two goals and two assists as Old Saybrook downed Old Lyme 8-1 in a Shoreline Conference game. Paddy Ryan scored twice for the Rams (13-0). Quinn Romeo scored, Peter Sherman had the assist and Ryan Tetrault had 13 saves for Old Lyme (0-8-4).

• Dustin Garrison scored twice as Windham Tech beat Grasso Tech 4-0 in a Connecticut Technical Conference game. Brett Case had nine saves for Windham Tech (8-3-1). Joel Potter had eight saves for the Eagles (5-9).


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