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Apr. 24—GRISWOLD — Kealin Waldron pitched her third straight no-hitter with 16 strikeouts and went 3-for-4, including a double, with four RBI as Griswold overwhelmed Tourtellotte on Friday, 23-0, in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II game that ended after five innings due to the mercy rule.

Sydney Lickwola had three hits, including two doubles, with four RBI for the Wolverines (5-0, 5-0) and Mandy Brehler and Sonja Mathewson each had three hits, including a triple, with three RBI.

In other games:

— Victoria Gage led Old Lyme both on the mound and at the plate in her team’s 7-4 win over Morgan in the Shoreline Conference. Gage struck out nine with three earned runs and had a double and three-run home run for Old Lyme (3-2, 3-2). Also, Paige Kolesnik had two hits and three runs and Kassidy Standish had two hits and an RBI.

— Megan Dittrich had three hits, four RBI and three runs as Norwich Tech downed Windham Tech, 27-15, in a CTC game. Avery Sulman had three hits, including a triple, with four runs and two RBI for Norwich Tech (2-1, 2-0) and Morgan Cook had two hits, four runs and four stolen bases. Also, winning pitcher Caitie Flynn scored four times and Emily Fiasconaro had two hits and two RBI.

— Grasso Tech lost to Ellis Tech, 17-0, in a CTC game called due to the mercy rule. Cindy Holland and Samantha Post both singled for Grasso (0-2, 0-2).

Baseball

— Tait Sawden pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts as Old Lyme edged Morgan, 1-0, in a Shoreline Conference game. Jesper Silberberg singled and scored on an error for Old Lyme (3-4, 3-4) and Jaden Reyes had two hits, including a double. Colbe Andrews added two hits.

— Ellis Tech beat Grasso Tech, 10-1, in a Connecticut Technical Conference game that ended after five innings. Tito Arias scored and Derek Nunez and Jaivon Velez both singled for Grasso (1-2, 1-2)

Boys’ track

— Mason Pierre Louis won the high jump (5-8) and triple jump (39-2) for NFA in its 97-43 win over East Lyme in an ECC Division I meet. Dangelo Aristilde won the 100 (11.32) and teamed with Michaely Luke, Stephen Lee and Nicholas Koniecko to win the 4×400 (3:39.20) for NFA (2-0, 1-0). The Wildcats’ other winners were Michaelly Luc (400, 52.88), Glendon Dawson (300 hurdles, 47.08), Wens Ducael (200, 25.58), Anthony Harris (long jump, 19-9), Max Davidson (pole vault, 11-6), Jordan Riberio (shot put, 49-0), Joseph Riberio (discus, 114-6) and Joseph Klick (148-1). Jeremiah Paul, Stephen Lee, Ducael and Koniecko also won the 4×100 (45.79).

Luke Anthony won the 1,600 (4:32.17) and 3,200 (10:28.63) for the Vikings (1-1, 0-1). Also, Blake Harris won the 110 hurdles (17.58), Fred Rokundo won the 800 (2:09.76) and the team of Brendan Fant, Magnam Brandt, Fisher Macklin and Rokundo won the 4×800 (10:00.19).

Girls’ track

— Savannah Soleau won the shot put (35-5) and javelin (88-11) as East Lyme beat NFA, 78.5-71.5, in an ECC Division I meet. Ashley Zelesky (100 hurdles, 18.4), Margaret Dunne (400, 63.6), Jayla Washington (triple jump, 31-5) and Brie AmEnde (high jump, 4-8) were the other winners for East Lyme (2-0, 1-0).

Jasmyn Bransford won the 100 (13.0), 200 (27.2) and long jump (16-0.75) for the Wildcats (0-2, 0-1) and Eliana Ducios won the 1,600 (5.36) and 3,200 (12.19). NFA’s other winners were Jaelyn Callicut (300 hurdles, 55.7), Makayla Kelley (800, 2.21), Hannah Elliot (pole vault, 9-0) and Hannah Graham (discus, 99-11).

— Kasey Cook won the 300 hurdles (1:01.19), triple jump (27-2.75) and pole vault (6-6) as Lyman Memorial beat Tourtellotte, 116-26, in an ECC Division II meet. Leah Comeroski won the 100 hurdles (13.5) and 200 (28.75), Morgan Tartaglia the shot put (23-4) and javelin (66-1) and Jessica Casey the 800 (2:36) and 3,200 (15:45.07) for Lyman (1-1, 1-0). The Bulldogs’ other winners were Helen Blakeslee (1,600, 6:26.63), Magda Carpenter (400, 68.0), Kendall Breault (discus, 65-6) and Callie Nanos (high jump, 4-6).

Boys’ golf

— Nick Hynes and Danny Torres shared medalist honors (42) to pace Waterford to a 5.5-1.5 win over Stonington in an ECC Division I match. Zach Beardsley and Owen Lanuza both shot a 54 for Waterford (3-1, 3-0). Noah Bosse shot a 45, Justin Holland a 48 and John Cunningham a 54 for the Bears (1-2, 1-2).

— Logan Rolfe shot a 37 to earn medalist honors as East Lyme beat New London, 7-0, in an ECC Division I match. Dan Singer shot a 38, Matt Orefice a 39, Max Caron a 45 and Graham Mundell a 54 for East Lyme (2-0, 2-0). Zach Stock shot a 45 and Brendan Rideout a 57 for the Whalers (0-3, 0-3).

— Pat Flanagan shot a 46 to lead Old Lyme past Valley Regional, 196-221, in the Shoreline Conference. Andrew Hedberg shot a 49, Gavin Porter a 50 and Aden Wilson a 51 for Old Lyme (2-1, 2-1).

Girls’ golf

— Mia Dang earned medalist honors as Woodstock Academy beat Bacon Academy, 172-229, in an ECC match. Emma Hajdasz shot a 46 for Bacon (0-2, 0-2).

Boys’ volleyball

— Norwich Tech to Rockville 25-4, 25-6, 25-7 in its first match as a varsity program. Tenzin Samten had two kills, a block and an assist and Cole Williams had an assist, a dig and a kill for Norwich Tech.

Girls’ lacrosse

— Dani Bruno had five goals and Nancy Alden had three goals and an assist as East Lyme downed Waterford, 20-1, in an ECC Division I game. Ryan Nagle had two goals and two assists, Meredith Healy scored three times and Sydney Sager had a goal and two assists for the Vikings (4-0, 3-0). Dylan Park and Izzy Mazzi each added a goal and an assist. Emily Gates scored for the Lancers (0-4, 0-3) and Illyana Rivera had 11 saves.

— Rachel Sabbadini had a seven-point game (3 goals, 4 assists) as Stonington rolled to a 16-6 victory over Norwich Free Academy in an ECC Division I game on Thursday night. Ivy Goodman added five goals and one assist for the Bears (3-1, 3-1) while Elle Thompson had four goals and one assist and Carleigh O’Keefe and Katherine Glenn each finished with one goal and two assists. NFA is 1-3, 1-2.

Boys’ lacrosse

— Josh Letellier had two goals and five assists as Fitch beat NFA, 19-5, in an ECC Division I game. James Deichler had three goals and five assists, Devin Jordan had five goals and an assist and Ty Peters had four goals and an assist for the Falcons (3-0, 3-0). Also, Evan Salen scored five times and Shawn Bebee had nine ground balls and an assist. Nolan Brown and Anthony Ballestrini both scored twice for the Wildcats (2-2, 1-2) and Logan Jenkins added a goal.

— Nate Houggy scored twice and Oliver Searle added a goal and an assist as Waterford edged Woodstock Academy, 4-3, in an ECC Division I game. John Zimmerman scored, Jackson Huta had an assist and Jake Kozlowski had four saves for Waterford (1-3).

— Tyler Graham scored five goals as Bacon Academy remained unbeaten with a 15-5 win over Ledyard in an ECC Division II game on Thursday night. Kellen Paparella had three goals and an assist, Jack Holmes scored twice, Jake Chapman had a goal and an assist and Sam Blumberger, Jason Consiglio, Gavin Emmons and Owen Mocksfield each scored a goal for Bacon (3-0, 3-0). Cameron Reynolds scored four goals and Dylan Freyer had a goal and an assist for Ledyard (0-3, 0-2).

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