H.S. roundup: Old Lyme boys ride big second half to beat H-K
Higganum — Jacob Ritchie scored 19 points as Old Lyme erupted for 38 points in the second half to rally past Haddam-Killingworth, 64-50, in a Shoreline Conference boys' basketball game on Thursday night.
Frank Sablone added 16 points and Nick Cox 10 for the Wildcats (4-2), who trailed 28-26 at halftime. Sablone and Cox each scored eight points in the second half for Old Lyme.
Mason Gorham scored a game-high 20 points for the Cougars, including four 3-pointers.
In other games:
• Claudia Koiva scored 14 points as Windham Tech pulled away in the second half for a 39-30 victory over Grasso Tech in the Connecticut Technical Conference East Division. Sophie Byrne scored a game-high 17 points for the Eagles (0-4) and Sam Post added six.
• Old Lyme won its fifth straight game with a 51-25 win over Haddam-Killingworth in the Shoreline Conference. Emily DeRoehn led the Wildcats (5-1) with 15 points (11 free throws) and six rebounds while Emma McCulloch had 10 points and 12 rebounds, Sam Gray and Ali Kyle scored eight points each and Grace Lathrop added six.
• Stonington scored 133.45 points during a virtual solo meet that can be used as qualifying scores for the season-ending Eastern Connecticut Conference championship meet. Lila Rich was the all-around winner for the Bears with 33.95 points, including wins on vault (8.5) and floor exercise (8.75). Katya Torruella, who was second in the all-around (33.35), won balance beam (9.0) while Hanna Lasky was third in the all-around (32.55) and on bars (8.6).
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