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Local roundup: Hot-shooting Conn College men rout Mitchell 83-62 – theday.com

New London — Connecticut College shot 52 percent from the floor and had four players in double figures during an 83-62 non-conference men’s basketball victory over Mitchell College on Saturday.

The Camels (4-5) also held a 45-28 rebounding average.

Jarron Flynn led Conn with 18 points while Billy Whelan came off the bench to score 17, Ben Rice had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Cam Schainfeld had 10 10 points.

Dontae Pollard scored 14 points to lead the Mariners (3-6) while Jacob Narvaez finished with 12 and Hunter Baillargeon added 11.

In other games:

• New London’s Davon Benjamin scored 20 points as Avery Point picked up its first win of the season, beating Quinsigamond 67-62 in a Region 21 game. Zach Mihok had 17 points and six rebounds, Justice Farris of Groton scored 10, former NFA standout Nolan Molkenthin had eight points, 13 rebounds and four assists and Benjamin had three steals for the Pointers (1-7, 1-5).

• Kyle Carlesimo scored a game-high 19 points as St. Thomas More defeated Navy Prep 88-75. Achile Spadone added 15 points for the Chancellors (8-2) while Noah Williamson finished with 14 and Taku Youngblood 13. 

Women’s basketball

• Unbeaten Springfield College rolled to a 49-37 win over Conn College in a non-conference game. Sam Hourihan had 24 points and 14 rebounds for Springfield (10-0) while Molly Cronin and Jaycie Rojik scored 12 points apiece for the Camels (2-8) and Rebecca Oberlin-Levine had six rebounds. 

H.S. cross country

• East Lyme senior Luke Anthony finished his high school cross country career by placing 26th in the Eastbay National Championship meet at Balboa Park in San Diego. Anthony, who will run for Providence College next season, finished the 5K course in 15 minutes, 53.7 seconds.

Riley Hough of Hartford High School in Fenton, Michigan won the race in 15:11 while Gavin Sherry of Conard was third in 15:17.3, the highest finest ever by a Connecticut boys’ competitor. Manchester’s Aiden Puffer finished 13th in 15:33.9 and Newington’s Michael Bohlke was 24th in 15:53.1, just six-tenths of a second ahead of Anthony. Luke Venhuizen of Traverse City, Michigan was right between Bohlke and Anthony in 15:53.4. 

Women’s hockey

• Conn College scored all three goals in the first 12 minutes and went on to defeat SUNY Potsdam 3-0 in the consolation game of the Spartan Invitational in Rutland, Vt. Abby Wieczorek stopped all 33 shots in goal to earn the shutout for the Camels (3-4-2) while Sydney Jones, Casey Godfrey and Melissa Alexander each scored their first goals of the season.

Men’s swimming

• Julien Legros won two individual events and was part of two winning relays as Conn College defeated Roger Williams 202-86. Legros won the 500 freestyle in 21.32 seconds and 100 free in 47.77 seconds. he joined Mitch Lockwood, A.J. Steininger and Sean Geisler on the winning 200 medley relay (1:36.74), then swam with Justin Finkel, Lockwood and Marc Stern to win the 400 free relay (3:13.90).

Josh Franco added wins in the 500 free (4:55.78) and 1,000 free (10:06.91) for the Camels (2-0) while Matthew Leclef won the 200 free (1:48.08) and 200 backstroke (1:59.88), Andrew Bartolomucci won the 200 fly (1:57.89) and 100 fly (53.35), and Kai Lisgarten won the 1-meter dive (261.40 points) and 3-meter dive (231.60).

Women’s swimming

• Maddie Ford and Sarah Franco led Conn College to a 209-96 win over Roger Williams. Ford won the 200 freestyle (1:55.84), 50 free (24.40) and 100 butterfly (58.83), then joined Marie-Eve Herbert, Anika Svoboda and Vaughn Ammon to win the 400 free relay (3:42.59) for the Camels (1-1). Franco won the 100 breaststroke (1:10.53), 200 breast (2:31.81) and 200 IM (2:14.03), then joined Tiernan Shea, Abby Martin and …….

Source: https://www.theday.com/local-sports/20211211/local-roundup-hot-shooting-conn-college-men-rout-mitchell-83-62

New London — Connecticut College shot 52 percent from the floor and had four players in double figures during an 83-62 non-conference men’s basketball victory over Mitchell College on Saturday.

The Camels (4-5) also held a 45-28 rebounding average.

Jarron Flynn led Conn with 18 points while Billy Whelan came off the bench to score 17, Ben Rice had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Cam Schainfeld had 10 10 points.

Dontae Pollard scored 14 points to lead the Mariners (3-6) while Jacob Narvaez finished with 12 and Hunter Baillargeon added 11.

In other games:

• New London’s Davon Benjamin scored 20 points as Avery Point picked up its first win of the season,…….

New London — Connecticut College shot 52 percent from the floor and had four players in double figures during an 83-62 non-conference men’s basketball victory over Mitchell College on Saturday.

The Camels (4-5) also held a 45-28 rebounding average.

Jarron Flynn led Conn with 18 points while Billy Whelan came off the bench to score 17, Ben Rice had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Cam Schainfeld had 10 10 points.

Dontae Pollard scored 14 points to lead the Mariners (3-6) while Jacob Narvaez finished with 12 and Hunter Baillargeon added 11.

In other games:

• New London’s Davon Benjamin scored 20 points as Avery Point picked up its first win of the season,…….

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