By Press Staff
East Hampton 52, Hale-Ray 30 >> The Bellringers went on a 17-2 run in the third quarter en route to a SLC victory Thursday night at East Hampton. Sophomore forward Sarah Massie led all scorers with 13 points for the Bellringers, who led 25-15 at halftime. Sophomore forward Meghan Orbann had 12 points, four rebounds and four assists, while freshman Gyanna Russell came off the bench and scored nine points as East Hampton improved to 9-4. Emily Traceski had eight points, three rebounds and two assists, while Jess Dombroski added six points for the Noises (4-11).
Haddam-Killingworth 81, North Branford 51 >> Lauren McCann scored 32 points and grabbed nine rebounds for the visiting Cougars in this Shoreline Conference victory.
Maya Savino added 14 points for H-K (12-3). Justin Johnson scored 13 points and had nine rebounds and Sabrina LeMere scored 19 points and had five assists and three steals for the Thunderbirds (4-10).
Morgan 47, Valley Regional 17 >> Sami Ashton scored 12 points for the visiting Huskies in this Shoreline Conference win in Deep River.
Josie Sullivan added 10 points for Morgan (13-1). Kiernan Decker scored seven points and grabbed 17 rebounds for the Warriors (3-10).
Women’s ice hockey
Nichols 2, Wesleyan 1 >> Senior Megan Gerein scored with 3:17 remaining in regulation to lift host Nichols in non-conference action Wednesday night at Levy Rink. It was Gerein’s first goal of the season. Grace Murphy’s third-period goal tied it at 1. Murphy’s goal was also the 34th of her career, moving her into sole possession of first place on the all-time goal scoring list at Nichols. Wesleyan junior Laura Wasnick’s first goal of the season gave the Cradinals a 1-0 lead 11:03 into the third period. broke a scoreless tie and gave the Cardinals a 1-0 lead. Francesca Palazzo finished with 27 saves for the Bison (4-15). Sophomore goalie Corinne Rivard made 26 saves for Wesleyan (5-9-4). The Cardinals host Hamilton College tonight at 7 p.m.