The day – Local rally: the Thames remains undefeated

Norwich – Thames River went undefeated with a 46-12 victory over VG Techs in a Connecticut Technical Conference football game on Saturday.

Jake Brenek threw three touchdown passes, two to Cam Topkin as Thames River (5-0, 5-0) remained tied at three atop the CTC standings with Cheney Tech and Quinebaug Valley. Seth Cunningham ran for 129 yards and Jake Darras ran for a touchdown. VG Techs, a cooperative between Vinal Tech and Goodwin Tech, is 0-5, 0-5.

College field hockey

• Babson, number 5, beat Connecticut College 10-2 in a non-championship game. Hope Melanson and Logan Kilfoyle scored for Conn (1-11).

Men’s water polo shirt

• Conn College was 0-4 over the weekend at the Harvard Invitational. The Camels (0-7) lost to Salem 13-3 and Mount St. Mary’s 19-10 after losing to Wagner 21-7 and Gannon 14-5 on Saturday. Christian Jacobsen scored 13 goals for Conn.

HS Women’s Football

• Kate Walsh and Alexis Fenton each scored one goal and one assist as Old Lyme beat Montville 5-0 in a non-league game on Saturday. Abby Manthous, Aggie Hunt and Ella Curtiss-Reardon scored goals, Kyle Powers had an assist and Olivia Kelly and Rhyleigh Russell combined six saves for Old Lyme (8-0-4). Montville has 6-6.

HS football boys

• Griswold beat New London 2-0 in a Division III Eastern Connecticut Conference game on Saturday. Evan Merchant and Benjamin Jeffs scored for Griswold (8-2-1, 3-1-1). New London is 8-3, 3-3.

Road race

• East Lym’s Dylan Johnson won the Niantic Bay Boardwalk 5K on Saturday. The 14-year-old finished in 19:19. Laura Asbury of Ledyard was the best in the women, finishing 14th in 21:33.

Hal Owen of Naugatuck (19:34), Michael Zegarzewski of Taftville (19:49), Cooper Goslin of West Hartford (19:57), Philip Mee of Waterford (20:01), Brendan Tierney also finished in the top 10 . by Niantic (20:10), Damian Manda (20:11), Matthew Velasquez of Waterford (20:17), Rick Holtmeyer of Ledyard (20:51) and Beck Schultz of East Lyme (20:52).

Men’s football

• Mitchell College and New England College tied 1-1 in a New England Collegiate Conference game on Saturday. Former Lyman Memorial star Dylan Lucey scored Mitchell’s goal (0-9-3, 0-1-2).

College volleyball

• Mitchell lost two games on Saturday, losing to New England College 3-2 and Smith College 3-0. Olivia DeLoach had 23 kills that day for the Mariners (4-13).

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