High school roundup: Fitch falls to Killingly, 21-17
Killingly — Jacob Nurse threw a go-ahead 25-yard touchdown pass to Josh Heaney in the fourth quarter as Killingly beat Fitch on Saturday, 21-17, in the Eastern Connecticut Conference Division I football opener for both teams.
Killingly (4-0, 1-0) led 14-0 after the first quarter. Jackson Lopes ran for a 2-yard touchdown and Nurse threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Heaney.
Fitch (2-2, 0-1) scored 17 unanswered points to take the lead. Evan Burdy’s 31-yard field goal gave the Falcons a 17-14 lead late in the third quarter.
James Deichler and Josh Letellier both ran for touchdowns for Fitch.
In other games:
• Seth Cunningham rushed for 135 yards and scored twice and Jackson Brenek threw two touchdown passes as Thames River downed MCW United, 34-0, in a Connecticut Technical Conference game. Alexander Zair ran for 85 yards and scored for the Crusaders (3-1, 3-1) and Tyler Longo and Dom Martinez both scored.
• Tyler Fidrych scored twice as Stonington beat Waterford, 2-0. Cole DeVoe had an assist for the Bears (7-0-2). A.J. Sachatello had five saves for the Lancers (3-5-1).
• Zak Keenan scored both of Montville’s goals in its 2-0 win over Griswold in an ECC Division III game. Liam Cook and Aaron Muncaster each had an assist for the Indians (6-3, 2-2) and Isaiah Gallagher had eight saves.
• Norwich Tech’s Ben McKenzie scored the game-tying goal in the second half of a 1-all tie with St. Bernard. Tenzin Jampher scored and Martin Arvidson had five saves for the Saints (2-3-3). Jarred Schrader had seven saves for the Warriors (2-3-4).
• Mackenzie Teper scored twice as NFA beat Waterford 3-1. Hannah Daniewicz had a goal, Kayla Park had an assist and Caitlin Daley made six saves for NFA (3-5). Claudia Blazquez scored with an assist from Nicole Li and McKenzie Gregory made four saves for Waterford (3-4-2).
• Gloria Ng (200 and 500 freestyle) and Riley Levine (50 and 100 freestyle) each won two events for NFA in Friday's 86-82 loss to Suffield. Dylan Levine won the 100 breaststroke and she, Sophia Tung, Riley Levine and Ng teamed to win the 200 and 400 freestyle.
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