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    Wednesday, March 29, 2023

    H.S. roundup: Whalers’ Dudley scores 1,000th career point

    Jack Cramer (19) of the Eastern Connecticut Eagles fights to keep control of the puck against E.O Smith/Tolland’s Braiden George (16) and Andrew George (5) during Saturday’s hockey game at the Norwich Rose Garden Ice Arena. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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    Eastern CT Eagles celebrate the goal made by Owen Pazzaglia (18), second from right, during the hockey game against E.O Smith/Tolland Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, at the Norwich Rose Garden Ice Arena. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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    Eastern CT Eagles Declan York (3) looks to pass the puck during the hockey game against E.O Smith/Tolland Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, at the Norwich Rose Garden Ice Arena. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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    New London — Nalyce Dudley scored 21 points, including the 1,000th of her career, during New London’s 60-55 girls’ basketball win over North Kingstown (R.I.) on Saturday night.

    Serenity Lancaster had 29 points and 13 rebounds for the Whalers (8-4), ranked 10th in the GameTimeCT.com Top 10 poll. Ky-Ani Allgood added six points and 10 rebounds and Nyarah Dudley had four points and seven rebounds.

    In other games:

    • Taylor Pankowski had 15 points, five rebounds and four assists as Lyman Memorial beat Wheeler, 46-24, to remain unbeaten in Eastern Connecticut Conference Division IV play. Kassidy LaTour had 13 points and eight steals, Jenny Lopez had 10 points, nine assists and three steals and Kelsey Dunnack had eight rebounds and three steals for Lyman (9-3, 4-0). Marissa Perkins had 10 points and six rebounds for the Lions (3-7, 1-4) and Makayla Delzer added seven points and 12 rebounds.

    • Mariette El Khoury had 29 points as Fitch downed Stonington 75-22. Gabriella Dimock added 15 points and Meleeya Robbins 14 for the Falcons (9-3). Diya Patel scored nine for the Bears (3-9).

    Boys’ basketball

    • Juan Morel Jr. had 12 points, 18 rebounds and two blocks as Waterford pulled away from Amistad in the fourth quarter for a 47-43 win. Logan Peabody scored 16 and C.J. Landry had five points and four rebounds for the Lancers (5-8), who outscored Amistad 12-5 in the fourth quarter. Arion Robinson scored 18 for the Wolves (4-6).

    • Troy Miller scored 24 points as RHAM beat Bacon Academy 60-48. Ryan Heneghan had 11 points for RHAM (7-4). Luke Grimord had 20 points for the Bobcats (5-7) and Elijah Black added 16.

    • Morgan outscored Old Lyme 20-6 in the third quarter and beat the Wildcats 56-41 in the Shoreline Conference on Friday night. Morgan forced Old Lyme into 27 turnovers. Calvin Monte and Leland Hine scored 12 points apiece for the Wildcats (3-7, 2-6).

    • Josh Hanks had 18 points, eight steals and three assists to lead Norwich Tech to a 61-52 victory over Plainfield in a non-conference game on Friday night. Jack Gahrman added 10 points for the Warriors while Bradley Saint Louis had eight points and nine rebounds.


    • Jaiden James (120 pounds) won two matches by pin, one by major decision and another by forfeit as Norwich Free Academy placed second at the Carl Snitkin Duals. RHAM beat NFA 42-40 in the final.

    NFA reached the final by beating Ellis Tech (63-16), Barrington, R.I. (60-21) and Staples (48-30).

    Tommy Brunelli (152) and Zaire Wallace (182) both won twice by pin and twice by forfeit for the Wildcats (17-5) while Eddie Lavoie (126) won three matches by pin. Jackson Sorel (132) also won once by pin and twice by decision.

    Josiah Estriplet (113) went 4-0, winning twice by pin, for Ledyard (5-8), which placed fifth. It beat Law (48-36) and lost to RHAM (66-8) and Notre Dame-West Haven (45-33) in pool play and topped Barrington in the fifth place match (51-30).

    Tatianna Irizarry (106) went 3-1 with all her wins by pin for the Colonels and Matt Tebbets (220) and Aiden Schlimgen (285) both went 3-1, including two wins by pin.

    • Nazier Matthews (220) placed second and Dylan Beebe (195) and Marco Ursini (106) both finished fourth for Fitch at the New Milford Tournament. New Milford won with 261 points, Fitch finished eighth (61) and Montville was 11th (45.5). James Linder Jr. was runner-up at 138 for Montville and Luke Chapman (145) finished third.

    • Lincoln Carlson (160) and Brayden Soleau (182) of the East Lyme/Norwich Tech co-op both won championships at the Colter Abely Tournament. Kevin Filewich (170), Jonathan Harms (195) and Lukas McKusick (120) all finished second, Anthony Calsse finished third at 145 and Colin Deml (152) and Jacques Borja (126) both placed fourth for the Vikings, who finished tied for 10th with 153.5 points. Xavier won with 235 points.

    • Jesse Costley (145) and Liam Gervais (170) each won twice by pin for Griswold as it beat Hand (40-39) and St. Paul (84-0) and lost to Haddam-Killingworth (46-34). Michael Capalbo (182) won by both pin and a decision for Griswold.

    • Nehemiah Czelusniak (132) and Jayden Veilleux (138) each had four pins as the Lyman Memorial/Windham Tech co-op won all four of its matches at the Granby Duals. Lyman beat Darien A (60-21), Darien B (78-6), Suffield/Windsor Locks (54-24) and Windsor (60-18). Hunter Sanchez (120-126), David Bean (145), Cameron Sammarco (170-182), Zachary Rebello (182-195) and Vincent Gauvin (195-220) all won three matches by pin for the Bulldogs (10-7).


    • Owen Pazzaglia, Nick Rembish and Luke Kramer all scored and Cam McCollum had 27 saves as the Eastern Connecticut Eagles beat E.O. Smith/Tolland 3-1. Wyatt Verbridge, Drew Sager, Kaden Castell, Wade Larson and Josh Bertelli each had an assist for the Eagles (5-5).


    • New London beat Waterford (5-4), Ledyard (6-3) and Old Lyme (7-2) in the epee in a quad-meet. New London also beat Ledyard (7-2) and Waterford (5-4) in the foil. Ledyard beat Old Lyme (5-4), Old Lyme beat Waterford (6-3) and Waterford beat Ledyard (5-4) in the epee. Waterford also beat Ledyard in the foil, 7-2.

    In a girls’ quad-meet, Ledyard beat Old Lyme (5-4) and Waterford (5-4) in the epee while Waterford beat Old Lyme (5-4). In the foil, Waterford beat Ledyard (7-2) and New London (5-4) and New London beat Ledyard (7-2).

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