H.S. football / Week 7 final scores
Killingly 76, Waterford 27
Windsor 28, NFA 21
East Lyme 42, Ledyard 12
Fitch 35, Bacon 0
Windham 32, Stonington 7
Fairfield Ludlowe 47, Montville 12
Valley/Old Lyme 27, North Branford 6
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New London's senior center, Tai Pagan, averaged 12.7 points and 10.9 rebounds per game, a double-double, leading the Whalers to a 25-3 record and an appearance in the Class LL state championship game at Mohegan Sun Arena.
New London's Jacob Commander used his toughness and will to win his third ECC title and second Class L title this season. He also used his stubborness to rally back from quarterfinal losses at both the State Open and New Englands to finish third.
Stonington took sole possession of first place in Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II play in girls' lacrosse with a 17-11 win over Waterford on Thursday night.
Phoenix Billings hit a monstrous two-run, go-ahead home run in the top of the sixth inning as sixth-ranked Hand sent top-ranked Ledyard to a 6-3 baseball loss, its first of the season.