Local roundup: Old Lyme golf team beats rival Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook — Old Lyme's Corey Drummond was the medalist with a 1-over-par 36 as the Wildcats beat Old Saybrook 152-166 in a Shoreline Conference boys' golf match at Fenwick Golf Course on Tuesday.

Pat Looney shot a 38 for Old Lyme (10-1, 10-1) and teammates Peter Macadam and Tom Creagan had 39s while Connor Maguire shot a 44.

Kyle Savino led Old Saybrook (9-2, 7-2) with a 39.

In other matches:

• Reese Cote of Grasso Tech was the medalist with a 52 as the Eagles beat Goodwin Tech 214-243 in a Connecticut Technical Conference match. Ryan Smelser (53), Hunter Brazee (54) and Matthew Woodall (55) also contributed to the win.

• Stonington's Grant Hamilton and Jacob Geary shared medalist honors at 43 with Bacon Academy's Cole Gustavsen in the Bears' 6.5-0.5 Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II win. Jack Glenn, Caleb Silvia, Aiden Adams and Geary all won their matches for Stonington (9-1, 6-1) and Hamilton halved his match with Gustavsen.

• Waterford fell to Killingly 7-0 in an ECC Division II match. Ryan Sadosky led Waterford (7-8, 3-5) with a 38. Shayne Bigelow of Killingly (12-1, 8-0) was the medalist with an even-par 35.

H.S. softball

• Norwich Tech won its 12th straight game, beating Putnam 13-4 in a nonleague game. Kalli Campbell homered and scored three times and Kaitlyn Gifford had two hits and drove in three runs for Norwich Tech (14-2), which will be the top seed in the CTC tournament.

• Nina Ngo had three hits as Holy Family beat Grasso Tech 13-7. Keylin Robles had two hits and Elisa LeBron doubled for Grasso Tech (1-13). The game was called after five innings due to ran.   

H.S. baseball

• Robby Fusari tripled and drove in three runs as Old Lyme beat Westbrook 6-3 in a Shoreline Conference game which was called after six innings due to rain. Liam Holloway had two hits, Griffin Powers drove in two runs and Jon Baocca was the winning pitcher for the Wildcats (11-7, 10-7).

• James Laconico and Kenny Turner each had two hits and two RBI in Ledyard's 7-2 win over St. Bernard on Monday at Dodd Stadium. Napoleon Dreyfus pitched a complete game, allowing five hits while striking out five and walking nobody for the Colonels (9-8).

• Ian Small allowed five hits over 6.1 innings as Norwich Free Academy beat East Lyme 5-4 in an ECC Division I game on Monday. Jon Synott singled, doubled and drove in three runs, Vinny Gualtieri and Jordan Lake each had two hits and scored twice and Tyler Briggs finished up to earn a save for NFA (6-11, 4-4). Matt Malcom doubled for East Lyme (9-8, 6-2). 

Girls' lacrosse

• Lydia Tinnerello had six goals and Daisy Colvin scored five times as Old Lyme beat Haddam-Killingworth 14-4 in a Shoreline Conference game. Emily Erne made nine saves for Old Lyme (9-5, 7-1). 

• Molly Kelly scored five goals and Bacon Academy finished the game on a 9-1 run to overtake St. Bernard 13-8 in an ECC Division II match. Mia Londregan scored four goals for the Saints (5-8, 1-3), who led 7-4 before Bacon (10-3, 4-1) rallied.

H.S. boys' tennis

• New London beat St. Bernard 5-2. Zack Skrabacz, Jovahn Brown and Yoel Morel won their singles matches for the Whalers (10-7) as did the doubles teams of Chris Alemania-Rockenson Charles and Sebastian Jean Michel-Taren Thompson. Charles Anderson won his match for St. Bernard (2-12) along with Gage Goodwin and Matt Graul at No. 1 doubles. 

• Waterford beat NFA 6-0, losing only five games. James Zhu, Fadi Hage, Alex Watterson and Kevin McEntarfer won their matches for the Lancers (4-9) along with Elias Picinish and Julian Perez at No. 1 doubles. NFA (0-14) forfeited at No. 2 doubles and there was a double forfeit at No. 3 doubles.

College baseball

• No. 23 UConn suffered its first mid-week non-conference loss of the season, falling to Rhode Island 4-3. Xavier Vargas and Sam Illario hit solo home runs in the eighth inning to put the Rams (22-26) ahead. Christian Fedko had a two-run single and Anthony Prato added a sacrifice fly for the Huskies (30-17-1).

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