H.S. lacrosse: Stonington girls keep rolling in ECC Div. II play
Colchester — Hannah Lamb scored seven goals as Stonington remained unbeaten in Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II play with a 19-7 girls' lacrosse win over Bacon Academy on Thursday.
Kate Johnson added four goals and five assists for the Bears (10-2, 4-0) while Emma Sabbadini had four goals and two assists.
In other games:
• Olivia Gianakos scored six goals and Grace Briggs added five as Waterford outlasted Ledyard 15-12 in an ECC Division II game. Goalie Courtney Dishaw made 11 saves for the Lancers (6-7, 3-1) while Sabrina Mitchell scored five goals for the Colonels (3-8, 0-4), Maddie Pipech added three and goalie Kayleigh Woomer stopped 14 shots.
• Daniela Roy scored five goals in Wheeler/Grasso Tech's 14-10 loss to Killingly in Div. III of the ECC. Gracie Anderson had three goals for the Lions (1-6, 1-6).
• Madelyn Catlett scored three goals in Fitch's 17-9 loss to Woodstock Academy in Div. I of the ECC. Jessica Russo and Bridget O'Leary scored two goals apiece for the Falcons (6-3, 2-2).
• Anne Eddy scored five goals as No. 5 Cheshire beat East Lyme 10-5 in a nonleague game. Caroline Real had a goal and an assist and Maya Rose made nine saves for East Lyme (7-3). Cheshire (10-1) outshot the Vikings 19-9.
• Mason LaForte scored four goals to lead Waterford past Fitch 15-3 in Div. I of the ECC. Ryan Huta had three goals for the Lancers (9-1, 3-1) and Caleb Holdridge had five assists. Devin Jordan scored three goals for the Falcons (3-7, 1-4).
• Scott Pion scored seven goals and Emmett Brady had 10 ground balls as St. Bernard/Wheeler beat Ledyard/Griswold 12-3 in an ECC Division II game. Roland Long and Cameron Riley had two goals and an assist each, Charlie niles scored and Patrick Frechette had five ground balls for the Saints (7-3, 4-1). Ledyard is 4-7, 2-4.
• Robbie Swenson had five goals and James McCoy had three goals and two assists as East Lyme downed NFA 18-3 in an ECC Division I game. Scottie Galbo had two goals and two assists, Alex Jakubczak had two goals and an assist and Brandon Hall scored twice for the Vikings (7-3, 5-0). Ryan Foster had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats (3-7, 1-4) and Nolan Brown and Ryan Ton scored.
• Scott Symington had four goals in Somers’ 11-4 win over Old Lyme. Ty Dean and Mike Kolesnik both scored twice for Old Lyme (6-6).
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