WALLINGFORD — The Lyman Hall boys basketball season might be fast coming to a close, but the Trojans are going out in style.
Fueled by Cam Regan’s monster double-double of 15 points and 24 rebounds, Lyman Hall notched a 42-37 SCC interdivisional win over East Haven on Senior Night.
Austin Ruiz added 13 points as the Trojans completed a season sweep. They beat the Yellowjackets 59-43 in East Haven on Jan. 9.
This time around, Lyman Hall built a 27-20 lead by the break, weathered a 9-4 third quarter that saw the Yellowjackets narrow the gap to 31-29, then salted things away in the fourth.
Jack Vegliante added seven points for the Trojans. Nick Furino’s 11 led East Haven. Both teams are 6-13.
Shelton 84, Sheehan 76: The Titans closed the regular season at 12-8, coming up short in a SCC interdivisional shootout in Shelton.
Both teams put four players in double figures.
The Titans were led by Garrett Molampy’s 20 points. Arthur Cordes and Kris Jackson both finished with 15, with Cordes knocking down four 3-pointers.
Jack McDonnell added 11 points for Sheehan, which returns to action next Thursday in the opening round of the SCC Tournament.
Shelton (11-8) was led by 19 points from Peri Basimakopoulos and 18 from Jakai Barnes.
Brian Belade added 15 for the Gaels. Martin Dominguez had 13.
Glastonbury 65, Maloney 45: The Tomahawks jumped out to a 23-11 lead in the first quarter and didn’t let up in this CCC crossover in Glastonbury.
Jack Shea led the way with 17 points as the CCC West Tomahawks raised their record to 17-2.
Elliot Good had a team-high 12 for Maloney (9-9). Divine Ransom was good for eight and Anthony Forbes added seven.
Glastonbury held Maloney’s leading scorer, Vincent Martinez, to six.
Avon 65, Platt 57: The Falcons outscored the Panthers 21-11 in the fourth quarter to pull out the CCC interdivisional win in Avon.
Avon’s Ryan McGuire scored 16 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter to lead the decisive surge. Jack Hall also had 26 points for the Falcons (6-13).
Tre Carter was top scorer for Platt with 19 points. Malcolm Andrews added 12. Roemello Leary finished with eight.
The Panthers are 10-8 heading into Saturday night’s game at Berlin.