Local roundup: Ledyard's Walters pitches third no-hitter of season
Norwich — Cade Walters pitched his third no-hitter of the season as seventh-ranked Ledyard beat Norwich Free Academy 10-0 in a six-inning baseball game at Dodd Stadium.
Walters struck out 11 for the Colonels (16-3) while James Laconico went 5-for-5 and Weston Bruce drove in four runs.
It was the second game of a doubleheader for NFA (10-9), which beat Bristol Eastern 3-0 earlier in the day behind Brian Miskiewicz's complete-game three-hitter. Vinny Gualtieri had two hits for the Wildcats, including an RBI double.
In other games:
• Holy Cross erupted for nine runs in the first two innings and cruised to a 10-0 victory over Waterford. Ryan Bakken had a double for the Lancers (11-6) while Payton Sutman and Connor Podeszwa each had singles.
• Killingly's Bo Yaworski struck out 15 over eight innings and the Redmen edged New London 1-0 in nine innings in an ECC Division II game. Luis Diaz allowed only four hits over 8.2 innings for the Whalers (2-15, 0-7) and Rob Otanez had a double.
• Sophie Salgar had eight goals and three assists and The Williams School won the SENE championship with a 20-5 victory over MacDuffie. With a strong midfield game, Audrey Matson took six draw controls for Williams, Rachel Luxton five and Ellie Fader one. Senior Caitlin Kressley scored four goals in her final career game, Matson and Luxton each had two goals and two assists and Fader had a pair of goals. Maria Angelini made six saves.
• Carly Potts scored four goals as St. Bernard outlasted Griswold 11-8 in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Division IV game. Bridget Feeley added three goals for St. Bernard (7-4, 7-3).
• Maggie O'Leary scored seven goals and added an assist in Fitch's 18-10 win over Bacon Academy. Zoe Pearse had four goals and an assist and Rita Sefransky had three goals while Madelyn Catlett added two goals and an assist, Jessica Russo had two goals and Bridget O'Leary added three assists for the Falcons (9-4).
• Woodstock built an 11-3 halftime lead and cruised to a 14-8 win over Montville. Maddie Gould had three goals and an assist for the Indians (13-3) while Alexis DeLucia scored twice, Kenzie Ullrich, Ashley Rewers and Chloe Smith each scored once, and goalie Madeline Horkey made 14 saves.
• Maddie Pipech scored seven goals as Ledyard rolled to a 20-10 win over New London on Tuesday night. Sabrina Mitchell added five goals and Kaitlin Flynn three goals for Ledyard (4-10). Emilia Skrabacz scored four goals and Olivia Yard three for New London (3-9).
• Montville's Tyler Radford shot a 49 to earn medalist honors as the Indians defeated Windham/Parish Hill 7-0 in an ECC Division III match. Grant Kortfelt and Morgun Whittaker each shot 50 for Montville (5-8, 3-1).
• RJ Parrilla shot a 40 to earn medalist honors, leading Stonington past Wheeler 7-0 at Elmridge Golf Course. Jacob Geary had a 42 for the Bears (8-3-1). Alec Rustici and Bryce Reck had low scores for the Lions (6-6), both at 50.
• Reese Cote shot a low-round 54 as Grasso Tech beat Goodwin Tech 250-272 in a CTC match.
• Killingly's Nolan Marcoux shot a 1-over par 36 to lift the unbeaten Redmen past New London 7-0 at Great Neck CC. Zachary Stock led New London (2-9) with a 49.
• Bacon Academy's Taylor Rochette shot a 51 to earn medalist honors, but Norwich Free Academy beat the Bobcats 236-248 at Norwich GC. Lilyana Sherbanee led NFA with a 55 and Keira Kotula shot a 58.
• East Lyme ended its regular season with a 111-49 win over Woodstock Academy in an ECC Division I meet Tuesday. The Vikings (3-1, 2-1) picked up two individual wins apiece from Jonathan Zavaleta in the 100 (11.8) and 200 (23.3), Sam Whittaker in the 1,600 (4:28.2) and 3,200 (9:43.2), Makaih Olawale in the high jump (5-8) and triple jump (38-6.5) and Akhil Chilamkurthi in the 300 hurdles (43.9) and pole vault (11-0).
• Eastern Connecticut State University's Matt Malcom, a freshman from East Lyme, was selected Little East Conference Rookie of the Year in baseball. A catcher, who also made the All-LEC second team, Malcom batted .360 and led the Warriors in extra-base hits (22), doubles (14), home runs (6), total bases (86), slugging (.619), RBI (29), runs (43), and putouts (280). He also led ECSU with 19 multiple-hit games (19).
• Individual game tickets for the Connecticut Tigers upcoming season will go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Dodd Stadium box office, over the phone at (860) 887-7962 or online at cttigers.com. The Tigers open their New York-Penn League season at 7 p.m. Sunday, June 16, against the Vermont Lake Monsters.
For the first time, single-game ticket purchasers will have the ability to add the flexibility of Ticket Assurance to their individual game tickets. Ticket Assurance is available for just $2 additional per ticket and makes the ticket eligible for a one-time transfer to another date, prior to or after the game date, provided the ticket has not yet been used.
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