By Press Staff
East Hampton 84, Coginchaug 40 >> Matt Booth made seven 3-pointers en route to a game-high 21 points to lead the host Bellringers. Marvin Gorgas had 16 points, Colin Parks had 14 points, and Jake Vickery made four treys for 12 points for East Hampton (10-2). Devin Rodrigue had 10 points for the Blue Devils (6-5).
Portland 50, Hale-Ray 38 >> Brady Marconi had 16 points and nine assists to lead the Highlanders Tuesday night at Moodus. Josh Scovill had eight points and 10 rebounds, while José Rivera added eight points and eight rebounds for Portland (3-7). Craig Botteon had 15 points for Hale-Ray (2-10).
Southington 39, Middletown 18 >> Natalie Wadolowski had 18 points to lead host Southington (8-5) in a CCC crossover contest. Evhana McDaniel had eight points for the Blue Dragons. Middletown (8-0 CCC South) plays at Bristol Eastern (7-1 CCC South) on Friday.
Hale-Ray 52, Portland 44 >> Emily Traceski had 19 points and six rebounds, while Jess Dombroski had a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Noises Tuesday night at Moodus. Jess Nickerson had 17 rebounds for Hale-Ray (4-10). Portland fell to 1-13.
East Lyme 95, Haddam-Killingworth 83 >> Clayton Otter won the 200 individual medley (2:11.27) and the 100 yard breast stroke (1:08.27) to lead the host Vikings (7-2) in a non-conference meet Tuesday. Otter was also part of the Vikings’ win in the 200 yard freestyle relay (1:44.67) along with Austin Toback, Ethan Opsahl and Christopher Naktenis. H-K’s Garrett Mazziotti won a pair of events, the 200 yard freestyle (1:57.40) and the 100 yard butterfly (57.15). Also for the Cougars, Conor Champagne won the 100 yard freestyle (54.41), Gunnar Soneson captured the 100 yard backstroke (1:02.49), and the H-K team of Conor Mclaughlin, Soneson, Champagne and Mazziotti won the final 400 yard freestyle relay with a time of 3:50.42.
Amherst 72, Wesleyan 49 >> The Lord Jeffs, who are ranked 12th nationally in Division III, topped the Cardinals in a Little Three contest Tuesday at Middletown. Amherst closed out the first half with a 17-2 run en route to a 31-19 halftime lead. Lord Jeffs freshman Hannah Peterson went 7-for-12 from beyond the arc and finished with a game-high 28 points. Freshman Jaimie Renner had 15 points, while sophomore Marley Giddins scored nine points and had a game-high 10 rebounds for Amherst (17-2), which has won 14 straight against the Cardinals. Sophomore Kaylie Williams had 14 points and six rebounds, senior KellyAnn Rooney chipped in with nine points and senior Jenna Klaes had four assists for Wesleyan (11-6). Amherst and Williams are both 2-1 in Little Three play this year, having split their two-game series, while Wesleyan is now 0-2 with a game each left to play against its Little Three rivals in February.