HAMDEN — Bolstered by a 17-4 jump out of the gate, the Lyman Hall boys basketball team notched a 44-32 SCC victory on Tuesday night over Hamden.
With the win, the Trojans remained unbeaten at 3-0.
Ty Voisine scored 17 points and Jayden Collingham added 12 to lead the way for LH. Elijah Holder’s eight were the team high for Hamden (0-3).
Sheehan 66, North Haven 47: Senior Jack McDonnell, fast closing in on 1,000 career points, had a monster game with 31 points and 14 rebounds as the Titans rebounded from Friday night’s loss to Guiford with the emphatic SCC win in North Haven.
Jaidin Kampoor added 14 points as Sheehan improved to 2-1. Kyron Coviello contributed 12 points and Jordan Vermiglio was good for nine.
Aedan Bosticco was top scorer for North Haven (0-3) with 13 points. Declan Finkle had 11.
Guilford 50, Cheshire 47 (OT): A field goal from Jake Ciocca and a pair of free throws from Justin Hess in overtime earned the Grizzlies the SCC win over the Rams in Guilford.
Cheshire junior Luke Nieman forced the extra session with his fifth 3-pointer of the night. Nieman finished with a career-high 19 points.
Guilford knocked down nine 3-pointers, led by three from Ciocca (15 points) and two from Hess (12 points).
Connor DeLaubell scored 12 points for Cheshire. Sincere Meyers connected for eight and Jack Markarian added seven.
Guilford improved to 2-1. The Rams, coming off a 52-21 win Friday night in North Haven, fell to 1-1. They were without senior forward Cole Feinauer, who was out with an injury.
Maloney 52, Wethersfield 49: Vincent Martinez scored nine of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter, when the Spartans outscored the Eagles 18-14 to pull out the CCC Region D win in Wethersfield.
The Eagles had taken a 35-34 lead into the final eight minutes.
Garrison Kunst added 14 points as the Spartans improved to 2-0. Luke Latina and Joe Raposo had 12 apiece for Wethersfield (0-3).
Wilcox Tech 60, Kaynor Tech 30: The Indians scored their second straight CTC win over the Panthers in Waterbury.
Isaiah Thomas scored 18 points and Alex D’Errico delivered 15 as the Tribe improved to 2-1.
Tadrique Jones was also in double figures for Wilcox with 11 points. Carlos Cintron was good for eight points and Bryant Soto added six.
Michael Morales (14 points) was top man for Kaynor (0-2).
The Panthers were within 14-12 after one quarter before Wilcox held them to just two second-quarter points in building a 31-14 halftime lead. Wilcox pushed the advantage to 52-22 in the third quarter.Girls basketball
Newington 57, Platt 24: The Panthers fell to 1-1 with the CCC Region D defeat in Newington.
The home team put 12 players in the scoring column, led by Lilly Ferguson’s team-high 13 points, en route to improving to 3-0.
Platt’s Ja’Lexia West put up a game-high 14 points. Wallica Bailey hit three times from beyond the arc and finished with 10 points.Boys swimming
Cheshire 92, Hand 86: First-place performances from Justin Finkel, Harrison Hua, Martin Adlianitski and diver Noah Duncan carried the Rams to the SCC Division I virtual verdict over the Tigers.
Finkel brought home the 200-yard IM (2:05.43), Hua hammered the 100 freestyle (50.82) and Adlianitski captured the 100 breaststroke (1:07.32). Hua also teamed with Anmol Sapru, Evan Simonetta and Aayush Sahasrabduhe on the winning 200 freestyle relay (1:42.26).
Duncan scored the win in diving with 230.78 points.