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Apr. 30—COLCHESTER — Matt Valakos had six goals and three assists as East Lyme defeated Bacon Academy 18-9 in a matchup of Eastern Connecticut Conference boys’ lacrosse teams division leaders and unbeatens on Thursday.

Ryan Whaley had five goals and three assists, Garisen Wiese scored three times and Cooper Pazzaglia had three assists for the Vikings (6-0), who pulled away by outscoring the Bobcats in the third quarter, 7-1. Also, Anthony Gesino had two goals, Wes Williamson had two assists and Mason Gallo made nine saves.

Jack Holmes scored five goals, Tyler Graham had two goals and two assists, and Jason Consiglio had a goal and an assist for the Bobcats (4-1). Sam Blumberger and Jake Chapman each had two assists and Chase Goulet added 12 saves.

Girls’ lacrosse

— Bridget O’Leary had three goals and five assists to highlight Fitch’s 17-2 win over Norwich Free Academy in an ECC Division I game. Rita Sefransky added three goals and two assists for the Falcons (6-1, 4-1) while Nora Casey had three goals and one assist, Jessica Russo had three goals, Sophia Clang had two goals and two assists and Maddie Corbeil scored twice.

— Ryan Nagle had an eight-point night (three goals, five assists) as unbeaten East Lyme rolled to an 18-1 ECC division I win over Stonington. Dani Bruno added five goals and an assist for the Vikings (6-0, 5-0) while Abbie Belleville and Izzy Mazzi each had two goals and one assist, Meredith Healy scored twice, and Dylan Park, Caroline Real, Nancy Alden and Ashton Felix had one goal apiece. Megan Detwiler scored for the Bears (4-2, 2-2).

Sun to allow up to 2,300 fans

— The Connecticut Sun will allow approximately 2,300 full and partial season ticket holders to attend the first nine games of the WNBA season at Mohegan Sun Arena. Fans will have to wear masks and will be socially distanced throughout the arena. The Sun, in a release, said the nine-game plan through July 9 will take the franchise up to the Olympic break, at which point it will make a decision about possible expansion when play resumes in August.

Boys’ golf

— Montville earned the two medal points over Fitch, 181-186, to beat the Falcons 4-3 in an ECC Division I match at Shennecossett Golf Course. Morgan Whittaker and Cameron Dececco won matches for the Indians (4-0, 3-0) while Jack Kramer, Casey Adams and Elliot Reese were victorious for Fitch (3-4, 3-4). Whittaker and Kramer each shot 42 to share medalist honors.

— East Lyme had three players break 40 during a 7-0 ECC Division I win over Wheeler/Ledyard. Dan Singer shot a 38 to win medalist honors for the Vikings (5-0, 5-0), while Logan Rolfe and Max Caron each shot 39. Gavin Arruda (47) had the lower round for the Lions (1-4, 1-3).

H.S softball

— Winning pitcher Victoria Gage also went 3-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI in Old Lyme’s 8-4 victory Wednesday over Valley Regional. Gage struck out eight, walked one and allowed four hits. Jenna Schauder had three hits for Old Lyme (4-2 overall, 4-2 Shoreline Conference) and Alison Ward and Emma Bayor each had two, with Ward adding three RBI.

H.S. boys’ track

— Payton Adams won the long jump (19-11.5), high jump (5-8) and 400 meters (53.9) for Bacon Academy in an 87-63 loss Wednesday against Windham in ECC Division II. Jake Martino also won multiple events for Bacon (0-2, 0-2), taking the javelin (135-1.5) and the discus (123-8) and Scott Kardys (110 hurdles), Connor Wilcox (3,200) and Justin Kelsey (pole vault) also won events.

— Tyler Farwell won the shot put (37-1) and javelin (129-5) as Griswold won every event in its 123.33-17.66 win over St. Bernard in Wednesday’s ECC Division III meet. Ryan Pelillo won the 110 hurdles (19.5) and 300 hurdles (50.6) for the Wolverines (3-0, 3-0) and Devon Chykow won the 100 (11.5) and 200 (23.5). Also, Jacob Strain won the 400 (53.6) and high jump (5-6), Lucas Strain won the 800 (2:06.6) and long jump (18-6), Michael Strain won the 1,600 (4:40.7) and Anthony Gaeta won the discus (102-10). The team of Ben Jeffs and the three Strains won the 4×800 (8:45.9), Farwell, Pelillo, Gaeta and Chykow won the 4×100 (47.4), and Michael Yoke and the Strains won the 4×400 (3:38.8). The Saints are 0-2, 0-1.

H.S. girls’ track

— Nancy Inthasit (100, 200) and Lila Rich (pole vault, high jump) won two individual events each to lift Stonington to a 102.5-33.5 victory Wednesday over Fitch in ECC Division I. The Bears are 3-0, 2-0. Kelsi Ursini (1,600) and Ashley Spreng (300 hurdles) won events for Fitch (2-1, 2-1).

— Jordan Malloy won the 800 (2:35.2), 1,600 (5:31) and ran a leg on Bacon Academy’s winning 4×800 (12:37.6) and 4×400 (4:44.1) relay teams in the Bobcats’ 98.5-36.5 victory Wednesday over Windham in an ECC Division II meet. Catherin Misbach took the 100 hurdles (18.2), 300 hurdles (54.1) and high jump (4-4) for Bacon (2-1, 1-0) and ran a leg of the 4×400, while Amber Sullivan won the 100 (13.4), 200 (28.7) and contributed to the winning 4×100 relay and 4×400 relays.

— Serena Britner won the 800 (2:55.7), 1,600 (5:45.5) and the 3,200 (14:15.3) and ran on the winning 4×800 relay team as St. Bernard downed Griswold 101-31 in Wednesday’s ECC Division III meet. Juliet Brady won the 100 (13.1) and 200 (27.8), Aaliya Masters won the 100 hurdles (21.4) and 300 hurdles (1:04.5), Lindsey Reilly won the shot put (28-3.5) and discus (76-4) and Halie Jennings won the 400 (1:09.9) for the Saints (2-0, 1-0). Also, Lillian Turner, Anna Graul, Adeline Arvidson and Britner won the 4×800 (14:27.5) and Katie Power, Rielly, Brady and Jennings won the 4×400 (5:25.3). Taylor Bialowas won the long jump (15-9.5), triple jump (31-4.5) and high jump (4-2) for the Wolverines (0-3, 0-2).

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