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Local roundup: Bacon girls use late run to end Fitch's seven-game streak

Groton — Bacon Academy ended the game on a 17-0 run to pull away for a 57-39 girls' basketball victory over Fitch on Tuesday night.

The Bobcats (11-1) won their fifth straight game and ended Fitch's seven-game winning streak. The Falcons are 9-4.

Marissa Nudd led Bacon with 18 points, including 13-for-15 from the foul line, while Valerie Luizzi added 16.

In other games:

• Angelica Tompkins had 14 points as St. Bernard knocked off Plainfield, 38-34. Sophia Boras scored 10 for the Saints (7-5).

• Gabby Dimock had 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead Stonington to a 57-24 win over Lyman Memorial. Anne Drago added 13 points for the Bears (6-7) while Phoebe Carpenter had six points and eight rebounds for the Bulldogs (7-6).

• Adela Cecunjanin had 21 points for Cromwell in its 53-35 win over Old Lyme in the Shoreline Conference. Kate Walsh scored nine for the Wildcats (5-5, 3-5).

• Adalyse Gonzalez made eight 3-pointers and scored 24 points as  Windham downed Wheeler 72-30. Addie Hauptmann had 16 points and eight rebounds for the Lions (4-9) and Hayden Bresnan scored six.

H.S. boys' basketball

• Savahn Warren had 14 points and 15 rebounds in New London's 59-49 win over Ledyard. Da'Shaun Phillips scored 24 for New London (9-2) and Marvelt Fleurijeune added 10 points and seven steals. Dorell Cagle 20 points for the Colonels (5-6) and Ryan Outlow scored 14.

• Jordan Elci had 15 points and 10 rebounds as Waterford outlasted East Lyme 36-32. Sean O'Connell added 12 points and 13 rebounds for the Lancers (10-3) and Juan Morel added 11 rebounds. Will Anglin scored 10 points for the Vikings (6-6).

• Nate Cyr had 21 points and Dorian White scored 19 as Stonington downed Lyman Memorial 77-55. Luke Lowry had 18 points for Stonington (7-3). Jaiden Lopez had 17 points, Ben Darrow had 12 points and Jordan Chandler scored 11 for the Bulldogs (1-11).

• Luke Grimord made two free throws with 10.6 seconds left in regulation to ice the game and give Bacon Academy a 41-36 win over Fitch. Ryan Claffey had 10 points 14 rebounds for Bacon (7-5) and Grimord scored 14. Colin Anderson scored 13 of his 15 points in the second quarter for the Falcons (2-8) and Kevin Santville had 10 points.

• Jake Salafia made five 3-pointers and scored 17 points as Cromwell beat Old Lyme, 62-48, in the Shoreline Conference. Jacob Ritchie had 11 points, five assists and two steals for the Wildcats (4-6, 4-5) and Caden Monte had 10 points, three rebounds and a block.

• Tyler Nordstrom scored 23 points as Plainfield outlasted Wheeler 52-47. Kyle Kessler had 18 points, 10 rebounds and five assists for the Lions (8-4) while Deondre Bransford added 11 rebounds and Zane Brewer had 11 points.

H.S. riflery

• Juliana Walker fired a 171 out of 200 to lead unbeaten Grasso Tech past Wilcox tech, 831-667, in the Connecticut Technical Conference. Abigail Nadeau shot a 168, Orin Dube 167, Bernard Gordish 165 and Aidin Dahl 163 for the Eagles (4-0).

Men's basketball

• Alfonzo Stokes had 31 points and 11 rebounds to pace Mitchell past SUNY Maritime 85-71. Waterford's Mikey Buscetto had 13 points, six assists, six steals and four rebounds for Mitchell (8-8) and New London's Jalen Benson added 11 points, six assists and three steals.

H.S. gymnastics

• Lydia Laskey won the vault and Mary Lord the balance beam as Stonington defeated Old Lyme/East Lyme/Old Saybrook 127.7-109.9 on Monday night. Laskey scored 8.4 points on the vault and Lord 8.6 on the beam. East Lyme's Kaityn Abbey captured the uneven bars (9.3) and floor exercise (9.3) while winning the all-around competition with 35.2 points. Laskey was second (33.8) and third (33.25) for the Bears 4-2. OL/EL/OS is 0-4. 

H.S. hockey

• Dakota Fox, Dylan Relaz and Wyatt Verbridge all scored for the Eastern Connecticut Eagles as they tied Guilford on Monday night , 3-3. Gavin Casagrande and Cam Gouveia each had an assist for the Eagles (4-6-1) and Cam McCollum had 29 saves.


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