High school roundup: Old Lyme tops Glastonbury in 2 OT
Old Lyme — Aedan Using found a cutting Jacob Ritchie for the go-ahead basket with 20 seconds left in double overtime as Old Lyme edged Glastonbury on Saturday, 70-68, in a non-conference boys’ basketball game.
Glastonbury’s Dave Tosatti made a 3-pointer with 7 seconds left in the first overtime to force a second.
Using had 27 points, 17 rebounds, six assists, and four blocks for Old Lyme (15-1) and Ritchie scored 14. Also, Brady Sheffield had 12 points and Ray Doll 11 points.
The Tomahawks are 12-5.
In other games:
• Jared Martin had a game-high 24 points as Norwich Free Academy remained unbeaten with an 82-51 win over Norwalk in a nonleague game. Mason Jackson scored 20 and Xavier Marquez had 11 points for NFA (18-0), ranked fourth in the GameTimeCT/New Haven Register state poll. NFA led 50-21 at halftime.
• Waterford lost to Farmington in a nonleague game, 56-52. Ryan O'Connell had 15 points and 16 rebounds, Owen Coderre scored 15 with seven rebounds and Sean O'Connell had six rebounds for Waterford (7-11).
• Sophie Dubreuil had 19 points and Nadia Tarhini scored 16 to lead East Lyme to a 54-39 win over Stonington. Dubreuil had eight rebounds, five steals and four assists for the Vikings (9-11). Zoe Ribeiro had 21 points, eight rebounds and five steals for Stonington (8-11).
• Norwich Tech was outscored 20-4 in the first quarter in a 55-29 nonleague loss to Westbrook. Kaylee Gray and Lucie Jules had nine rebounds each and Geovanna Taitague scored seven points for Norwich Tech (10-9).
• The Waterford girls' team finished up an unbeaten regular season by winning in epee and foil against East Lyme and Fitch, led by undefeated performances by Alex Cole and Ashley Metivier. Cole and Elizabeth Levandoski each reached the 100-win milestone and Waterford's Kat Cole wrapped up an unbeaten season.
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