H.S. lacrosse: Bacon girls remain unbeaten in ECC Division II play
Griswold — Bacon Academy remained atop the Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II girls' lacrosse standings with an 18-3 victory over Griswold on Thursday.
The Bobcats (8-3, 6-0) hold a one-game lead over second-place Montville.
Joely Stella had four goals and one assist for Bacon while Maddox Burton scored four goals, Skylar Gustavsen had three goals and three assists, Sarah Newton two goals and two assists, and Kaylea McCourt a goal and three assists. Jessica Schuth, Anna LeGault, Katie Graham and Cara Shea also added goals for the Bobcats, who led 12-2 at halftime.
Abigail Wing scored twice for Griswold (5-5, 4-3) and Kendall Larkin added a goal.
In other games:
• Dani Bruno scored five goals as East Lyme remained unbeaten with an 18-1 win over Waterford in an ECC Division I game. Ryan Nagle added a goal and three assists for the Vikings (10-0, 8-0) while Nancy Alden and Skylar Provencher added two goals apiece and Meredith Healy had one goal and one assist. Marin Mahoney, assisted by Carly Holdridge, scored the lone goal for Waterford (3-7, 2-6).
• Sophia Clang had six goals and two assists to highlight Fitch's 20-1 victory over Woodstock Academy in an ECC Division I game. Rita Sefransky added three goals and three assists while winning 18 draw controls for the Falcons (9-2, 6-2) while Nora Casey scored three goals, Bridget O'Leary, Allison Sousa and Jessica Russo each scored twice, Brooke Bergendahl had two assists and Grace Moriarity and Madison Corbiel scored one goal apiece.
• Maddie McLeod scored six goals while Kate English had three goals and three assists to lift Ledyard to a 12-6 victory over St. Bernard in an ECC Division II game. Maddie Leyko added two goals for the Colonels (5-5, 5-2) while Helena Robinson and Olivia Storz each scored a goal. Lindsay Clement scored three goals for the Saints (2-5, 2-5) while Li Liu, Olivia Mayorga and Sophia Videll scored one goal apiece.
• Ivy Goodman had five goals and three assists as Stonington rolled to an 18-4 victory over NFA in an ECC Division I game. Megan Detwiler added three goals and two assists for the Bears (8-2, 6-2) while Katherine Glenn scored three goals, Lauren Goebel and Gabriella Dimock each scored twice, and Rachel Sabbadini had a goal and an assist. Jillian Brunelli had one goal and one assist for NFA (1-10, 1-7).
• Aislinn Strecker scored 11 goals to lead New London to a 17-12 win over Wheeler/Grasso Tech in an ECC Division II game on Tuesday. Emilia Skrabacz had six goals for New London (3-8, 3-8) and Grace Armstrong scored seven goals for Wheeler/Grasso (2-7, 2-7).
• East Lyme remained unbeaten with a 20-5 victory over NFA in an ECC Division I game. Matt Valakos led the Vikings (8-0, 7-0) with six goals and five assists while Ryan Whaley finished with five goals and four assists, Wes Williamson had three goals and five assists, and Miles Hinkley and Garisen Wiese each scored twice. Logan Jenkins scored three goals for the Wildcats (4-7, 1-6) while Quinn Perkins had one goal and three assists.
• Cam Elenteny had five goals and two assists to highlight Stonington's 13-0 win over Montville in an ECC Division II game. Tyler Simao added three goals and two assists for the Bears (7-5, 6-1) while William French had a goal and two assists, Nate Hennessey two assists and Ethan Mahoney scored a goal. Goalie Steven Turchetta made 20 saves for Montville (4-6, 3-5).
• Valley Regional nipped Old Lyme 12-11 in the Shoreline Conference. Nick Cox led the Wildcats (5-6, 5-3) with six goals and one assist while Owen Macadam had four goals and one assist, Sam Mullaney two assists and Brendan O'Brien a goal.
• Jeremiah Irizarry scored a pair of goals in Norwich Tech/Windham Tech's 15-6 loss to Woodstock Academy.
• Robbie Darling had two goals and four assists as unbeaten Williams beat St. Andrew's 14-2 on Wednesday. Cody Delaurentis had two goals and three assists, Ben Xenelis had two goals and two assists, Max Sarwar scored three times and Sterling Frost added two goals for the Blues (6-0).
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