H.S. roundup: Montville girls clinch top seed for ECC lacrosse tourney

Montville — Alexis DeLucia scored five goals as Montville completed a perfect run through Eastern Connecticut Conference Division III with a 15-2 girls' lacrosse victory over Killingly on Monday.

Mackenzie Ullrich and Morgan Orr added two goals and two assists apiece for the Indians (13-2, 10-0), who clinched the No. 1 overall seed for next week's ECC tournament, while Ashley Rewers scored twice, Maddie Gould had a goal and two assists, and Jasmine Swanson, Grace Sanford and Maddie Koning each scored once.

Boys' lacrosse

• Harry Anselmi had three goals and two assists to lead Williams School to a 7-1 win over St. Andrew's in the regular-season finale. Max Sarwar added two goals for the Blues (3-6-1) while Robbie Darling had one goal one assist. Sebastian Marshall scored a goal, Eli Bunnell had an assist and goalies Colby Potts and Jack Yost combined for 15 saves.

Girls' tennis

• Alison Marsiglia's competitive 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 win over New London's Francesca Ledoux at No. 3 singles highlighted Stonington's 7-0 victory over the Whalers at Mystic Indoor Sports. Maddie Hamm, Holly Foster and Erin Motherway also won singles matches for the Bears (11-1) as did the doubles teams of Amelia Caron-Cassie Onorato, Katie Johnstone-Chloe Morehouse and Grace Milne-Mia Lewandowski. New London is 8-8.


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