LITCHFIELD >> Brooke Neller went off for 27 points at home to lead the Warriors (5-2) to a 58-49 girls basketball win over Shepaug (4-3) Tuesday night.
Shepaug, led by Caroline Kelly (24 points) and Samantha Moravsky (13), trailed by six at the half, tied the game at the end of three and led by five early in the fourth.
Neller and Rose Kelly (12 points) rose up to yank the game back for Wamogo, outscoring the Spartans 20-6 down the stretch.
Thomaston 36, Lewis Mills 33 >> Lewis Mills gave defending State Champion Thomaston all it could handle at Lewis Mills High School. Spartans Samantha Chadwick (11 points) and Amira Abdelrehim (10 points) led Mills’ effort.
Casey Carangelo (12 points) and Morgan Sanson (8 points) held them off for the Bears’ win.
Housatonic 49, Gilbert 26 >> Hannah McGuire had 18 points; Chloe Dakers, 15, as the Mountaineers (3-3) stifled Gilbert (2-4) at Housatonic.
Deanna Delacruz had 13 for the Yellowjackets.
Nonnewaug 46, Terryville 29 >> Courtney Carlson (23 points) was huge for the Chiefs (5-0) at Terryville (2-5). Joanna Johnson had 19 for the Kangaroos.
Housatonic 50, Gilbert 39 >> Sam Foley had 14 points for the Mountaineers at Gilbert. Garrett Lombardo scored 15 for the Yellowjackets.
Lewis Mills 57, Thomaston 48 >> Mills charged out to a 23-10 lead in the first quarter behind Trevor Baker (14 points, 8 rebounds) and Anthony Licata (15; five 3-pointers).
Thomaston turned it around in the second, 17-5, behind Justin Taylor (15 points; four 3-pointers) and Jared Kahn (12 points).
Mills is 3-2; Thomaston, 0-5.
Northwestern 99, Lewis Mills 74 >> Northwestern’s Derek Tomlin, John King, Connor Campbell and Tony Pucino won the opening 200-meter medley relay at the Winsted YMCA Monday night and the Highlanders continued to roll. Mitch Gryniuk took the 200 free; Campbell was back for a win in the 200 IM; Lukas Gryniuk won the 50 free; Rachael Pulica, the 100 fly; Pucino, 100 free. Kiley Stotler capped the string of Northwestern wins with the 400 freestyle. By then, Northwestern had the win sewn up and shifted to exhibition.
Lewis Mills’ Shawn Magill was first in diving for the Spartans.