H.S. roundup: Ostrowski scores 43 as Vikings win holiday tournament
Bristol — Dev Ostrowski erupted for 43 points as East Lyme captured the Bristol Central Holiday tournament championship with an 83-75 boys' basketball victory over the host Rams on Saturday night.
Ostrowski, a junior, was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player.
JR Gandenberger added 12 points for the unbeaten Vikings (4-0) and joined Ostrowski on the all-tournament team. East Lyme made 12 3-pointers.
In other games:
• Hunter Baillargeon scored 24 points, leading St. Bernard to a 65-54 win over Berlin in the Fitch Holiday Tournament championship game. Baillargeon scored 11 of his points in the first quarter as the Saints (5-0) took a 23-10 lead. Connor Svab had 10 points for St. Bernard. Fitch (1-4) defeated Capital Prep 82-49 in the consolatino game.
• John Domijan had 17 points, 13 rebounds and three blocked shots as Montville won its first game with a 72-42 non-conference win over Putnam. Eric Beavin added 13 points and 11 rebounds for the Indians (1-4) while Gennaro Davis scored 12 points and Ryan Champagne finished with 12 points and four steals.
• Sean Tipple's 3-pointer with three seconds left lifted host Scituate, R.I., to a 51-49 win over Old Lyme. Aedan Using had 11 points and Ray Doll scored nine for Old Lyme (3-2). Old Lyme senior Jacob Coverdale played at Scituate before moving to Old Lyme.
• Wheeler lost to Prout of Wakefield, R.I., 80-25. Ryan Condon and Clayton Carini scored six points each for Wheeler (1-5).
• New London's home opener against New Britain was postponed due to a heating issue at the school, coach Craig Parker said. The Whalers are scheduled to play Hartford Public at home at 1 p.m. Saturday. The game was originally scheduled for a 6 p.m. start, but moved to an earlier time because of the threat of snow.
• Freshman Amy Pinch scored a career-high 16 points, including three 3-pointers, as Waterford rolled to a 62-26 win over Fitch. Bekah Sanders added 12 rebounds for the Lancers (4-2) and Julianna Bonilla finished with seven points and five steals. Francesca Foster scored 10 points for the Falcons (0-6).
• Windsor rallied from a 26-19 halftime deficit to defeat Ledyard 52-28 in the consolation game of the Centaur Holiday Classic at Woodstock Academy. Sarah Serbascewicz, who was namd to the all-tournament team, led the Colonels (3-3) with 16 points and Tajeah Winston added nine.
• Wheeler gave Windham at battle until the Whippets pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 47-37 Eastern Connecticut Conference Division III win. The Lions (2-4, 0-3) trailed by only one after three, 33-32, before Windham outscored them 14-5 in the final eight minutes. Emma Morgan led Wheeler with 12 points.
• Putnam improved to 5-1 with a 56-37 non-conference win over St. Bernard. Emily Nelson scored 14 points to lead the Saints (2-4) while Lindsay Clement added 13.
• Norwich Tech lost to Parish Hill in a nonleague game, 55-11. Kalli Campbell led Norwich Tech (0-4) with six points.
• Fitch's Jarod Kosman captured the 120-pound championship at the prestigious George Bossi Lowel Holiday tournament, a two-day event in Lowell, Mass. Kosman went 6-0 with three pins and earned an 18-7 major decision over Riley Millette of Windham (N.H.) in the final. Kosman's teammate, Dakota Grover (220), also reached the final before losing to Andrew Marshall of Lincoln Sudbury (Mass.) 5-4. Grover won his first five matches.
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