Griswold – Nolan Webster hit no-hit with seven strikes to pace Griswold past Windham, 10-0, in an Eastern Connecticut Conference Division II baseball game that ended after six innings due to the mercy rule on Wednesday.
Colin Mitchell had two hits for Wolverines (6-8, 6-7) and Evan Gilgenbach and Chris Tonucci doubled both.
In other games:
• Winning pitcher Sean Raymond knocked out seven over 5.2 innings and added two hits, two runs and one stolen base as New London put down Ledyard, 7-3, in an ECC Division I game. Ryan Gardiner had two hits and three RBIs for the whalers (4-10, 3-9), who have won four right after a 0-10 start, and Anthony Rivera added a two-run single. Robert Moynihan and Walker Lenz both had hits for the Colonels (4-9, 3-9).
• Daylan Griffin threw a complete five-hit and struck out 13 when the Lyman Memorial defeated St. Bernard 4-1 in an ECC Division II game. Jeremiah Bobbi had two hits and scored a couple of runs for the Bulldogs (7-6, 7-6) while Jared Russo added an RBI double. Walker Baillargeon had a triple for the Saints (7-6, 7-6).
• Ethan Mireault struck a three-hit with five strikes when Fitch beat Montville, 7-0, in an ECC Division I game. Ryan O’Connor went 2-for-3, including a double, with two RBIs and a run for the Falcons (8-2, 8-2) and Ramiro Zavala had a triple and two RBIs. Cameron McGugan also had two hits and scored. The Indians are 6-4, 6-4.
• Riley Warecke hit a five-hit with two strikes and added two hits and three RBIs as Old Lyme put Westbrook down, 12-2, in a five-inning Shoreline Conference match. Colbe Andrews hit a two-run home run, Jesper Silberberg had two hits, two runs and two RBIs and Alex Roth had two hits, two RBIs and one run for the Wildcats (5-9, 5-9), who scored eight at the bottom of the fifth to enforce the rule of mercy. Tait Sawden also scored twice.
• Ellis Tech beat Grasso Tech, 20-1, in a five-inning Connecticut Technical Conference game. Tito Arias had three hits and an RBI for Grasso (4-5, 4-4) and Reynaldo Hidalgo singled and scored.