Greenwich went 1-1 in its competition against Fairfield Warde and Fairfield Ludlowe on Friday, outscoring Warde, while being edged by Ludlowe.
The Falcons defeated the Cardinals, 137.2-135, at the Greenwich YWCA. Greenwich beat the Mustangs, 135-118.4.
In the vault event, Greenwich’s Kelsey Fedorko and Ludlowe’s Ava Mancini tied for first place with a score of 9.15. Gianna Cardini of Greenwich and Olivia Hurst of Ludlowe were each second (8.7), followed by Georgia Sharpe of Ludlowe (8.65).
On the uneven bars, Fedorko and Mancini finished in a first-place tie, earning a score of 8.7. Cardini and Tara Chomienne of the Falcons posted a second-place score of 8.5. Greenwich’s Ellie Marino and Evelyn Hogarth scored an 8.4 on the bars.
Mancini was the balance beam winner (9.4), followed by Fedorko and Claire DeMaso of Ludlowe (8.9). Marino finished with an 8.8 in the event, while Cardini posted a score of 8.7.
Fedorko took top honors in the floor exercise (9.25), while Mancini finished second (8.85). Hurst and Marino each registered a score of 8.6, while Cardini scored an 8.4.
The top all-around score went to Fedorko (36.0). Mancini finished with a 35.8, followed by Cardini.
Cardini eclipsed the 1,000 career point plateau during the meet, which saw her post her personal-best score on the beam.
GREENWICH HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL
Behind a strong second half, Staples posted a 46-34 win over visiting Greenwich in a game held on Thursday night.
Junior guard Abby Carter scored a game-high 16 points, including four 3-pointers to power the Wreckers. Senior guard Ellen Fair added 12 points for Staples, which trailed 10-5 after the first quarter, before entering halftime in a 20-20 tie.
The Wreckers outscored Greenwich 12-5 in the third quarter and 14-9 in the fourth. Marley Lopez-Paul, a sophomore, had six points in the win.
For Greenwich, senior guard Michelle Morganti scored 11 points and converted one 3-pointer. Freshman guard Kristin Riggs had eight points, while freshman forward Kelly Martyanov contributed seven points.
Junior guard Jordan Moses added six points for the Cardinals, who visit Stamford on Tuesday at 7 p.m.