TERRYVILLE >> Terryville outscored Northwestern by five points in the final period at Terryville High School to trim the Highlanders to their closest win of the season 60-53 Friday night.
Alex Case (15 points), Devin Warren (12 points) and Tony Case (10 points) led Northwestern.
Ian Schmidt (13 points) led the Kangaroo charge back up the hill.
O’Brien Tech 60, Wolcott Tech 34 >> O’Brien Tech got 15 points from Joe O’Toole to pace the Condors (2-4) at Wolcott Tech (0-6).
Brandon Oakes scored 13 for the Wildcats.
Wamogo 64, Gilbert 35 >> Garrett Coe (14 points) and Eric Zappone (10 points) led the Warriors (2-3) to a big win at home.
Jake Wendel (12 points) and Garrett Lombardo (10 points) were high scorers for the Yellowjackets (0-5).
Thomston 70, Shepaug 55 >> Thomaston (1-5) made its first win emphatic behind 26 points from Noah Daigle, 17 from Justin Taylor and another 17 from Jared Kahn.
Ryan LaMay had 22 for the Spartans (4-2), Kyle LaMay, 14; and Clayton Schneider, 10.
Nonnewaug 41, Lewis Mills 38 >> A rally by Lewis Mills at Nonnewaug fell just short. TGrvor Baker (13 points) and Jackson Lord (10 points) led the Spartan comeback.
Jacob Matta Devon Fielder and Nate Firlings each had 9 to hold the Spartans off.
Gilbert 38, Wamogo 31 >> The Yellowjackets (3-4) surprised Wamogo (5-3) at The Gilbert School in a low-scoring game led by Deanna Delacruz (10 points), Ali Brochu (8 points) and Macela Moreira (8 points).
Danielle Tillmann was high scorer for the Warriors with 10.
Thomaston 46, Shepaug 15 >> Thomaston hammered the Spartans at Shepaug behind 19 points from Casey Carangelo.
Northwestern 43, Terryville 23 >> Northwestern (4-4) won big at home behind 11 points and 9 rebounds from Gina Weingart.
Makayla Descult had eight for the Kangaroos (2-6).
Nonnewaug 36, Lewis Mills 25 >> Mary Bibbey scored 13 points for the visiting Chiefs at Lewis Mills. Samantha Chadwick was high scorer for Mills with 8.
Housatonic 59, Litchfield 29 >> Hannah McGuire (12 points) and Chloe Dakers (14 points) led the attack at Litchfield.
Sam Foley had seven for the Cowgirls.
Swimming and Diving
Torrington 93, Kennedy 68 >> The Red Raiders won big at the Torrington Y behind wins by Michael Hodge, J.T. Barth (twice), Glenn Kittle, Jackson Keller, Viktor Nemesvari before wrapping it up for exhibition following the 200-yard freestyle relay.