The Day – HS roundup: East Lyme qualify for state baseball tournament

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Old Lyme — Julian Baez earned his first college pitching win as East Lyme qualified for the state tournament with a 7-2 out-of-league baseball win over Old Lyme on Wednesday.

Baez allowed just six hits in 6.2 innings and struck out seven for the Vikings (8-9).

Gavin O’Brien led the offense, going 3 for 4 with two doubles, four RBIs and a run scored, while Connor Tukey added a double, a triple, two runs and an RBI.

Grady Lacourcière had a brace and a triple for the Wildcats (9-10) while Jimmy Creagan added a pair of hits.

In other games:

• Ethan Chavez threw a complete shutout and Kolby Quinn hit a three-run homer to highlight St. Bernard’s 11-0 non-league win over Westbrook. Joe Basso had a single and a triple and scored three runs for the Saints (9-9) and Bryce Morrissette had a double, two RBIs and two runs.

Boys tennis

• Fitch edged Ledyard 4-3, its second 4-3 win over the Colonels this season. Will Albrikes and Andres Sardar won singles matches and Ryan Mignosa-Michael McBride and Calvin Lupo-Nick Sousa in doubles for the Falcons (9-3). Damion DePaul and Sebastian Fieldsend were victorious in singles for the Colonels (9-5) as was the doubles team of Ronan Allison-Benjamin Fieldsend.

• Tucker Callahan and Chase Donnarummo won the singles 6-0, 6-0 in Stonington’s 6-1 victory over New London. Peter Schoenecker also won his singles match for the Bears (11-4), as did the doubles teams Conrad Tobiassen-Joshua Lord, Peter Previty-Brett Caron and Ben Mahoney-Alex Miles. Benny Thompson won his fourth singles match by forfeit for the Whalers (0-13-2).

Girls tennis

• Maddie Gonzalez overcame an early 4-2 deficit to win her third singles match 7-6, 6-3 as Stonington beat Guilford 6-1 in a non-league match. Maddie Hamm and Grace Duggan also won singles matches for the Bears (14-1), who swept the doubles with wins from Katie Johnstone-Katya Snegovskikh, Emily Fulling-Erin Motherway and Marcella Hamm-Lauren Buckley.

boys athletics

• Phoenix Garza won three events as Stonington had a perfect regular season with a 120-28 win over Lyman Memorial. Garza won the 110-meter hurdles (16.2 seconds), high jump (5-foot-6) and long jump (18-5) for the Bears (5-0), while Josh Mooney won the 200 (23.9) and 400 (53.4) and Steven Wilk the 300 hurdles (44.9) and the triple jump (37-5). Thomas Cardinali won the 100 dash (11.3) for the Bulldogs (6-1).

girls athletics

• Nancy Inthasit, Addison Labbe and Phoebe Werling each won two individual events as Stonington beat Lyman Memorial 82-67 in an unbeaten battle. Inthasit won the 100 (12.4) and 200 (26.3), Labbe the 1600 (6:29.2) and 3200 (12:27.5) and Werling the discus (87-2) and javelin (98-5) for the Bears ( 5-0). Gabriela Dinisoe won the 100m hurdles (18.1) and the pole vault (9-0) for the Bulldogs (6-1) and Kristen Goodrich added victories in the high jump (4-10) and the triple jump (32-8).

boys lacrosse

• John Zimmermann scored three goals and provided an assist as Waterford beat East Lyme 10-9 in an ECC Division I game on Tuesday night. The victory gives the Lancers (12-3, 7-1) a half-game lead over East Lyme (10-5, 6-1) in the division. The Vikings, however, will win the division if they beat Woodstock on Thursday to finish 7-1 because they own the league tiebreaker, going 2-0 in the mandatory crossover games while Waterford were 1-1.

CJ Landry, Aiden Bousquet and Terrance Silva each scored two goals, Jake Kozlowski made 13 saves and Jackson Huta had a goal and an assist for Waterford. Sawyer Tighe had four goals, Drew Sager had two goals and two assists, Anthony Gesino had two goals and an assist, Sean McCusker had a goal and two assists, Mason Gallo had five saves, and Dave Stoddard and Jack Keating had each had a pass for East Lymé.

Golf for boys

• Montville improved to 13-1 with a 6.5-0.5 win over Wheeler at Norwich Golf Course. Four players shared medal honors, all shooting 40, including Montville’s Morgun Whittaker, Cameron DeCecco and Tyler Radford, and Wheeler’s Kieran Boscoe (7-5).

• Connor Tuttle and Ryan Claffey shared medal honors, each shooting 41, in Bacon Academy’s 7-0 victory over Griswold. Chris Stevenson added a 42 and Wilson Hathaway a 43 for the Bobcats (4-7). Griswold is 2-9.

• Unbeaten Killingly clinched the ECC Division II title with a 7-0 win over Waterford. Killingly (11-0, 5-0) also shut out East Lyme and Tourtellotte 7-0 behind medalist Harrison Giambattista’s 38. Jacob Beardsley and Zach Beardsley each shot 45 for the Lancers (9-6, 3-3) while Jack Bucko led the Vikings (6-7) with a 42.

• Medalist Jack Kramer (39), Nate McCormack and Jack Nystrom won their matches as Fitch beat the NFA 5-2 in an ECC Division I game. The Falcons are 5-7, 1-4. Nick Wigfield and Liam O’Neil won their games for the Wildcats (6-7, 3-2).

• Nathan Sylvestre took medal honors with a 43 as Grasso Tech beat Wilcox Tech 178-189 at the Connecticut Tech Conference. Nolan Blewitt added a 44 for the Eagles (6-9) while Gabriel Desrosiers-Barry shot a 45 and Lucas Iglesias a 46.

girls golf

• Bacon Academy’s Gianna Duckworth took medal honors with a 47 as the Bobcats shared an ECC tri-match with hosts Woodstock and Waterford. Woodstock won with a total of 212 while Bacon (4-6, 2-5) finished at 241 and the Lancers (1-5, 1-5) at 260.

• The NFA remained unbeaten with a 214-242 win over Hand on Tuesday. NFA’s Keira Kotula (8-0-1) was the medalist.


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