H.S. basketball: Vikings' Dubreuil scores 1,000th career point in win
East Lyme — Sophie Dubreuil scored 31 points, including the 1,000 of her career, as East Lyme rolled to a 49-34 girls' basketball victory over Fitch on Friday night.
Dubreuil reached the milestone with a layup in the first quarter. She scored 12 points in that quarter, including three of four 3-pointers, as the Vikings (5-7) jumped out to a 17-3 lead and were never threatened.
Alyssa Virtue scored nine points for the Falcons (9-5).
In other games:
• Jade Langworthy (seven points) sparked a fourth-quarter run with five steals as New London pulled away to beat Stonington 61-50. The game was tied at 41 with 5 minutes, 18 seconds remaining when the Whalers went on their run.
Joniyah Bland-Fitzpatrick had 17 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and five steals and Oliva Yard had 13 points and 10 steals for New London (10-3), ranked third in the GameTimeCT/New Haven Register poll. Also, Wendy Gethers had 11 points and 10 rebounds and Jayden Burns scored 10.
Sophia Bell had 18 points and 13 rebounds, Zoe Ribeiro had 17 points and Sophia Fernholz had 10 rebounds for the Bears (4-8).
• Montville lost to Putnam 43-29. Maya Hillman scored nine points and had 18 rebounds and Jill Murallo had nine points and three steals for Montville (6-6).
• Hale-Ray led 15-2 after one quarter and went on to beat Grasso Tech 67-37 in a nonleague game. Sophie Byrne led Grasso (1-11) with 11 points.
• Williams School lost to Hopkins School, 67-27. Olivia Kaplan led Williams (1-7) with 10 points.
• Fitch remained unbeaten and clinched at least a share of the ECC Division II title with a 49-44 road victory over Woodstock Academy. The Falcons (11-0, 6-0) can win the division outright with a victory at home over Ledyard on Feb. 6.
• Zach Scott scored 14 points as Stonington beat Plainfield 50-40. Anthony Fry had 10 rebounds and eight assists and Jadon Perez and Sam Montalto had seven rebounds each for Stonington (7-6).
• Ian Spracklin scored 24 points and had eight rebounds as Wheeler beat Grasso Tech 63-35 in a nonleague game. Scott Pion had 16 points, Nick Larkin scored 12 and Bowen Baker had nine rebounds and six assists for Wheeler (6-5).
• James Anderson scored a game-high 18 as Bacon Academy beat Ledyard, 64-57, snapped a six-game losing streak in an ECC Division II contest. Nick Tiziani had 14 points and Luke Grimord had 12 points for Bacon. Jabari Jones scored 21 for the Colonels (5-6, 2-3), who hurt themselves by missing 14 of 27 free throws.
• Aedan Using had 27 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists as Old Lyme rolled to a 92-63 road victory over Hale-Ray in the Shoreline Conference on Thursday night. Ray Doll added 17 for the Wildcats (9-1, 8-0) while Ty Dean finished with 11 and Jared Ritchie and Frank Sablone had 10 apiece. Sean Padario made six 3-pointers and scored 20 points for Hale-Ray.
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