H.S. roundup: Old Lyme's Danes wins Shoreline boys' singles crown
Old Lyme's George Danes captured the Shoreline Conference boys' tennis singles championship on Tuesday night.
Danes remained unbeaten on the season and made the all-conference first team along with teammates Nick Fava and Tim O'Brien. Ted Wayland made the second team for the Wildcats.
The Old Lyme girls, who shared the regular-season title with Valley Regional, did not have any players make it to the finals, but had five seven players make the All-Shoreline second team: Brynn McGlinchey, Emma Bass, Olivia Schaedler, Kellie Sablone, Emma O'Brien, Emma Danes and Lauren Wallace.
• Woodstock Academy swept the three doubles matches and rolled to a 6-1 win over Ledyard. The Colonels (5-10) picked up their lone win from Abby Dirico at No. 1 singles.
• Evan Kluge shot a low-round 38 as unbeaten East Lyme downed Woodstock, 7-0. Dan Singer shot a 40 and Matt Orefice a 42 for East Lyme (13-0).
• Griswold’s Coby Hagstrom earned medalist honors (35), but Wheeler completed a perfect season in Division IV of the Eastern Connecticut Conference with a 5-2 win. Nolan Arruda shot a 41 and Bryce Reck a 44 for the Lions (9-6, 6-0).
• Jack Aitken and Nolan Marcoux shared medalist honors (38) as Killingly beat Montville 7-0. Grant Kortfelt shot a 42 and Tyler Radford a 47 for Montville (5-10).
• Kevin Lynch shot 2-under-par for a 33 to earn medalist honors and lead Xavier past Norwich Free Academy, 146-181. Seamus Sullivan shot a 44 for NFA (6-10) and Andrew Gromko and Ishan Walia both shot 45.
• Caroline Petchark earned medalist honors with a 40 as Waterford defeated Fitch 7-0 at Great Neck CC. Nick Hynes added a 41, Ryan Sadosky a 42 and Danny Torres a 43 for the Lancers (9-5-1). Colin Fahey shot a 44 to lead the Falcons (12-3-1).
• Bowen Baker went 4-for-4, including two home runs, with four runs and three RBI and Wheeler scored seven in the top of the seventh in its 13-2, six-inning win over Grasso Tech. Matt Pierce went 3-for-4 with four RBI and two runs for Wheeler (6-13) and Lukas Jones had two hits, including a home run, with two RBI and a run. Justin Veal also pitched a five-hitter with five strikeouts and one earned run. Randy Vidal doubled and scored for the Eagles and Robert Holland had a double and an RBI.
• Vinal Tech beat Grasso Tech 18-5 in the Connecticut Technical Conference. Erin Blake, Cassie Beaumot, and Jazmyn Lopez all singled for the Eagles (2-18).
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