H.S. soccer: Ledyard girls still perfect in ECC Division III play

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Oct. 16—LEDYARD — Ledyard remained unbeaten in Eastern Connecticut Conference Division III play with a 4-0 win over New London on Friday.

Megan Armstrong and Maddie McLeod scored two goals apiece for the Colonels (7-1-3, 5-0) while Delaney Vaudrey had two assists, Brynn Wisniewski had one assist and goalie Bella Drummond made fives.

New London is 3-8, 1-5.

In other games:

— Olivia Dunnack scored two goals, including one with less than a minute remaining in the first half to break a scoreless tie, and Lyman Memorial went on to defeat Wheeler 4-0 in an ECC Division IV match. Leah Comeroski and Kasey Cook also scored goals for the Bulldogs (7-4-1, 4-1), Allyson Judd had two assists and goalie Morgan Tartaglia made three saves. Addie Hauptmann made 11 saves for Wheeler (5-5, 0-3).

— Meredith Healy scored a pair of goals as East Lyme toppled Old Saybrook 3-0 in a nonleague match. Serina McCollum also scored for the Vikings (10-1) just four minutes in while Margaret Dunne, Abby Belleville and Jessica Knapp added assists and goalie Lilly Massung stopped three shots.

— Angelica Tompkins scored two goals as St. Bernard defeated Norwich Tech 6-0 in a nonleague game. Sienna Sferrazza added a goal and two assists for the Saints (9-1-1) while Alyssa Hernandez and Elizabeth Hannaford had one goal and one assist each, Emily Hernandez scored a goal and Erin Londregan and Chloe Brayman had assists. Norwich Tech is 5-3-2.

— Norwich Tech and Ellis Tech played to a 1-1 draw in the CTC on Thursday night. Jenelle Lambert, assisted by sister Tessa Lambert, scored the lone goal for the Warriors.

Boys

— Matt Pierce, Kerian Boscoe, Manuel Pertele and Harrison Avery all scored for Wheeler in its 4-2 win over Tourtellotte in an ECC Division IV game. Grant Colsen had an assist for Wheeler (6-5, 4-1) and DeAndre Bransford added four saves.

— Sam Blumberger had two goals and an assist as Bacon Academy cruised to a 6-0 win over Windham in an ECC Division II game. Aidan McLoughlin and Colby Butterfield each added one goal and one assist for the Bobcats (9-4, 4-2), McLoughlin's a 30-yard blast in the first half, while Dante Ricci and Sam Melino each scored a goal, Tyler Pulse, Drew Ferrigno and Birch Collins added assists, and goalies Ryan Claffey and Evan St. Louis each made one save.

— David Evers, assisted by Mason Bussman, scored the lone goal in Old Lyme's 1-0 victory over Hale-Ray in the Shoreline Conference. Goalie Jonah Lathrop made 15 saves for the Wildcats (4-8, 4-5).

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