Previous Lyme — High-seeded Previous Lyme earned a visit to the CIAC Class S ladies’ tennis journey on Wednesday with a 7-0 semifinal victory over No. 4 Holy Cross.
The unbeaten Wildcats (19-0) will attempt to full an ideal season once they face No. 2 Litchfield in Thursday’s championship match at midday on the Magic Lincer Tennis Membership in Manchester. Litchfield beat No. 3 Westbrook 5-2.
The CIAC moved the entire state finals to indoor services because of the forecast of rain.
Abigail Sicuranza wanted three units to win her No. 1 singles match 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 whereas Callie Bass received a third-set tiebreak 7-5 to earn one other level.
Previous Lyme’s different 5 wins got here in straight units with Sam Tan (6-0, 6-0) profitable at No. 3 singles and Livie Bass (6-2-, 6-3) at No. 4 singles, together with the doubles groups of Lauren Wallace-Alexis Fenton (6-3, 6-0), Fiona Hufford-Izzy Reynolds (6-1, 6-0) and Sophia Ortoleva-Elaina Morosky (6-0, 6-1).
• No. 4 Waterford broke a 2-2 tie with 5 runs within the backside of the sixth to defeat No. 20 Rocky Hill 7-2 within the Class M second spherical. Logan Avin earned the win with two scoreless innings in reduction of Dan Driscoll (4 hits, eight strikeouts over 5 innings), whereas Driscoll was 2-for-3 on the plate with a double, two RBI and a run scored, Connor Rowe added a two-run single, Jackson Lengthy a two-run single and Evan McCue an RBI single.
• Jack Novak pitched a whole recreation four-hitter as No. 11 Bacon Academy defeated No. 6 Abbott Tech 7-2 within the Class M second spherical. The Bobcats (13-6) will go to No. 3 Woodland in Saturday’s quarterfinals. Harry Snow was 3-for-3 with a run and three RBI whereas Andrew Navickas was 2-for-3 with two runs, A.J. Blanchette was 2-for-3 with two runs and an RBI.
• No. 2 Berlin scored three runs within the first inning and James Ellis allowed just one hit over 5 innings throughout a 5-0 win over No. 18 East Lyme within the Class L second spherical. Blake Biggs had the lone hit for the Vikings, who end 11-8.
• Justin Hackett pitched a three-hitter as No. 22 Lyman Corridor defeated No. 6 Fitch 4-0 within the Class L second spherical. Tate Scherer, Matt Robinson and Isaiah Anderson every had successful for the Falcons, who end 16-6.
H.S. boys’ lacrosse
• High-seeded East Lyme broke an 8-8 tie with three objectives within the closing 2:01 to defeat No. 16 Notre Dame of West Haven 11-8 within the Class M first spherical. Matt Valakos had 4 objectives and three assists whereas Wes Williamson added 4 objectives for the Vikings (15-0), who will host No. 8 Avon in Saturday’s quarterfinals at 3 p.m.
• Tyler Graham had 4 objectives and 4 assists as No. 2 Bacon Academy pulled away within the fourth quarter for a 14-10 win over No. 15 North Branford within the Class S first spherical. The Bobcats (15-2), who outscored the Thunderbird 4-1 within the closing interval, will host No. 7 East Catholic in Saturday’s quarterfinals at 3 p.m. Kellen Paparella added three objectives and two assists for Bacon whereas Jake Chapman had three objectives and one help, Jason Consiglio scored three objectives and Jack Holmes had one aim.
H.S. boys’ golf
• Waterford ended its common season with a 6.5-.5 victory over New London in an ECC Division I match at Nice Neck CC. Waterford’s Nick Hynes and New London’s Zach Inventory shared medalist honors, every capturing 41. Waterford finishes 9-6, 9-4 whereas the Whalers wind up 0-14, 0-12.
• Haddam-Killingworth beat Previous Lyme 196-201 in a Shoreline Convention match. Previous
Lyme’s Gavin Porter and HK’s Andrew Fleig shared medalist honors at 46. Pat Flanagan shot a 48 for Previous Lyme (8-7).
• UConn will play West Virginia on Wednesday, Dec. 8, in Morgantown as a part of the 2021 Huge East-Huge 12 Battle. Will probably be the Huskies’ first look within the occasion since rejoining the Huge East final season. Recreation time and tv info will likely be introduced later.
Solar’s Jones honored
• Connecticut Solar put up Jonquel Jones was named the WNBA Jap Convention Participant of the Month for the month of Could. Jones helped the Solar to a 5-0 begin, tying the franchise’s finest begin in historical past set in 2018. She averaged 20.3 factors, 10.5 rebounds and three.3 assists in Could.