TUESDAY BASKETBALL:  Lyman Hall boys improve to 4-1; Sheehan fends off Shelton; BC cools Southington

TUESDAY BASKETBALL:  Lyman Hall boys improve to 4-1; Sheehan fends off Shelton; BC cools Southington

WALLINGFORD — The Lyman Hall boys basketball team stormed back from an early deficit to defeat Jonathan Law 67-62 in a SCC interdivisional game Tuesday night.

The LH duo of Kevin Ransom (21 points) and Cam Regan (19 points, 15 rebounds) combined for the bulk of the winning offense. Shakespeare Rodriguez chipped in with 10 and Pat Doherty added eight for the home team.

All but two Ransom’s 21 points came in the second half, when the Trojans outscored the Lawmen 44-31 to erase a 31-23 halftime deficit. A steal by Ransom in the closing seconds sealed it.

LH forward Jacob Ranney scored nine points and grabbed nine boards as the Trojans improved to 4-1.

Conor Creane poured in 21 points for Law (2-3).

Sheehan 64, Shelton 62: Freshman Jack McDonnell piled up 27 points and sophomore Garrett Molampy scored 17 to lead the Titans to the SCC crossover victory in Shelton.

Austin Lee added 12 points for Sheehan, which evened its mark at 2-2.

Shelton’s Brian Berritto matched McDonnell’s 27. The Gaels, who nearly closed a 57-50 deficit heading into the fourth quarter, fell to 1-4.

Amity 40, Cheshire 38: The Rams fell just short in their bid to hand the Spartans their first loss in this SCC crossover game in Cheshire.

Down 39-38 in the closing seconds, Cheshire could not convert on a chance to take the lead.

Amity improved to 4-0 behind a game-high 28 points from junior guard Tyler Thomas.

The Rams (3-2) got 10 points from Ben DeLaubell. James Pettit added nine points and Matt Rosadino was good for seven. Will Graikoski hit a 3-pointer to tie the game at 28 heading into the final quarter.

Bristol Central 56, Southington 48: The Rams cooled off the red-hot Blue Knights in a CCC interdivisional game in Bristol. Southington is now 3-2. Central is 2-3.

Girls basketball

Jonathan Law 49, Cheshire 36: The unbeaten Eagles improved to 7-0 with the SCC crossover win in Milford. Cheshire fell to 2-5.

Fallon Andriolas anted up 21 points to lead Law. Mia Juodaitis had 21 for the Rams.  

Daniel Hand 69, Lyman Hall 34: Kailey Lipka had a team-high 13 points for the Trojans in this SCC Oronoque game in Madison.

The Trojans are now 4-3 overall and 0-2 in the Oronoque.

The Tigers improved to 4-2 putting four players in double figures. They were led by 19 points apiece from guard Sara Wohlgemuth and center Halle Freund.





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