November 25, 2014

Both Wildcat Soccer Teams Fall in State Tournament

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The Haddam-Killingworth keeper foils Nate Peduzzi’s header attempt on goal.

It was a disappointing day for the Wildcats as first the boys and then the girls failed to clinch places in a further round of the state tournament.  For the boys, this meant missing a spot in the semi-finals and the girls similarly missed out on the quarter finals.

The boys, ranked third, played first in Friday’s double-header against sixth-ranked Haddam-Killingworth, who they had beaten twice respectively in the regular season with 2-0 and 3-0 victories.

After a disappointing first half in which the ‘Cats fell behind by a penalty kick and then another goal, Old Lyme snapped back into shape and piled on the pressure in the second half.  They dominated the field, controlling possession throughout the half, but failing to put away any of the numerous chances they created until 10 minutes before the final whistle.

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Old Lyme players collapse on the field in exhaustion after their valiant attempts to score in the final 10 minutes ended when the whistle was blown

But one goal was not enough and H-K now advances to the semi-final where they will meet East Hampton.

The fifth-ranked girls played a scoreless 80 minutes of regular time and then 20 more minutes of overtime against 12th-seeded East Hampton before the game moved to a penalty shoot-out.

Almost all of the 22 players on the field in final goal-mouth scramble...

Almost all of the 22 players on the field were involved in this desperate goal-mouth scramble in the final minutes of overtime.

The Wildcats experienced a devastating start when their first two players missed their shots, while the Bellringers scored on their first three attempts.  Old Lyme then scored their third shot, but when East Hampton put away their fourth penalty, the game was over.

It was a disappointing end to an outstanding season for both teams, in which the girls won the Shoreline Championship and the boys were runners-up in the same conference.

East Hampton girls now meets Portland in the quarter final.

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Wildcat Boys, Girls Play in State Soccer Tourney Today

Shoreline champions 2014!

Shoreline champions 2014!

The Wildcats third-ranked boys’ soccer team, who were runners-up last week in the Shoreline Championship, faces sixth seeds Haddam-Killingworth this morning at 11 a.m. in a CIAC state quarter-final at Lyme-Old Lyme High School (LOLHS.)

Then this afternoon, kicking off at 2 p.m., and coming on the heels of their Shoreline Championship victory, the fifth-ranked Wildcat girls play 12th seeds East Hampton in a second round game on the LOLHS varsity field.

The boys and girls are coached respectively by Marc Vendetti and Paul Gleason.

Go Wildcats!

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De Landvoisin Campbell Takes Third Place in State XC Race

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Eloise de Landvoisin Campbell proudly wears her medal after finishing third in the State Cross Country championship.

Twelve-year-old Eloise de Landevoisin Campbell, who attends Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School (LOLMS), placed third in the A race at the Connecticut Middle School Cross-country State Championship last Saturday, Nov. 1, at Wickham Park in Manchester, Conn.  She was running for her triathlon team, the Nutmeg Youth Triathlon Team, since LOLMS no longer competes in this race.  Eloise ran the 2.3 mile course in 14:20.60 (6:15 pace).

This result is an outstanding achievement for Eloise since more than 80 middle schools were competing in the state championships and the number of runners totaled over 3,000.  Six races were held, three for boys and three for girls.  The fastest 350 – 400 runners then ran in the A Races (the Girls’ A Race had 354 runners.)  There were also two B races — one for East of the river boys and girls, and the other for West of the river boys and girls.) 

Eloise has also been achieving significant success in Triathlons this year.  She won the Toughkids Championship in Croton on the Hudson this past August.  In addition, she placed second at the Westchester Super Sprint in September and first at the Westfield Wave Triathlon in Massachusetts last June, racing against adults in both events.

Eloise also went to USA Triathlon (USAT) Nationals, where she placed 22nd for her age group. 

Congratulations, Eloise!

Visit http://mysportsresults.com/Results/Results/22ndCTMSXCChamps-20141101.htm to view the full results of the State championship.

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Wildcat Girls are Shoreline Champions!

Shoreline champions 2014!

Shoreline champions 2014!

Paul Gleason’s second ranked girl’s soccer team came through in convincing fashion in yesterday’s Shoreline Conference final played at Portland High School in the early evening damp conditions. One goal almost on the half-time whistle was all it took to defeat fourth-seeded Coginchaug. The goal was scored by Keelin Hurtt and assisted by Jenna Peduzzi.

Congratulations to all the girls, their assistant coaches and, of course, Mr. Gleason himself!

Click to read a full report of the game by Gavin Keefe and published by The Day today.

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Wildcat Boys, Girls Play in Shoreline Championship Finals Tonight in Portland

The Lyme-Old Lyme High School boy’s soccer team coached by Marc Vendetti and the girls coached by Paul Gleason play in double-header Shoreline Conference Championship games tonight at Portland High School.

The Wildcat boys, ranked number one, meet  number two seeds Cromwell at 7 p.m. while the second-seeded girls face fourth-ranked Coginchaug at 5 p.m.

In regular season play, the boys notched one of their only two defeats this season against Cromwell 1-0, while the girls defeated Coginchaug 1-0 back in September.

Go Wildcats!

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Old Lyme Rowers Bring Home Two Silver Medals From ‘Head of the Charles’ Races

Head_of_the_charles_2On Oct. 19, a sunny and windy Sunday, hundreds of crew teams from across the United States and the world competed in the 50th annual Head of the Charles in Boston, the ultimate race that ends the primary rowing season.  The river, which winds its way through the city, shone in the bright sun, but even brighter were the two silver medals earned by the Old Lyme Rowing Association / Blood Street Sculls.

“This is a great accomplishment,” declared Head Coach Steve Baranoski, continuing, “Dedication, hard work, and tremendous support from the board, families, the town, and the school all contributed to this win.”  Baranoski took seven high school students to the contest, five of who are competing in their senior year before heading to college.

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One medal was earned in the Young Men Fours race by Lyme-Old Lyme High School seniors, Liam Corrigan, Harry Godfrey-Fogg, Josh Swanski, and Thomas Crisp and Madison High School junior, Jeremy Newton. The boys placed second with a time of 17:33.69 minutes – only seven seconds off first place – to complete the 4800 meter (2.98 mile) race in the field of 84 crews from all over the world.

In a race of doubles Lyme-Old Lyme High School students Brandon Green, a senior, and Peter Fuchs a junior, rowed a strong double race coming in 15th (28th) among 42 entries in the Men Youths Double. They rowed the 4800 meters in 19:47.17 minutes — just 1.32 minutes less than the winners.

Another silver medal was earned in the Director’s Challenge Women’s Quads by Charlotte Hollings, Candace Fuchs, Peggy Johnston, and Kacey Elfstrom.  These master rowers finished second out of 30 competitors in their 4800 meter race, which they completed in 19:23.23 minutes only 23 second off the lead.

“It’s a great honor for me to coach this team that competes and finishes so well against a stacked international field,” Baranoski said.  He added, “The team has worked incredibly hard and dedicated hours to this goal in all kinds of weather. We practice before school at 5:30 a.m. and then again after school at 3 p.m.”  Noting that the whole team had stayed focused and dedicated to this race, he commented, “They entered the race with a mission to do well and they all did. These team members showed a level of perseverance and focus in addition to remarkable skill and expert rowing.”

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The Head of the Charles is the equivalent of the World Series of racing and the Old Lyme Racing Association / Blood Street Sculls prepared for this race throughout the season.  This year’s performance winning silver medals was a marked improvement over the last year when the 4+ came in 25th.

Coach Baranoski noted that the performance in this premier race, “Shows how the program is progressing.  This club can compete with the best crews and belongs with the elite rowing groups.”  He attributes the success to the creative, involved board members, supportive parents, and enthusiastic, dedicated team members.

Adding, “I am very fortunate to be a part of this club and to help it achieve success as a competitive program,” Baranoski concluded, “We have great athletes on both the boys and girls team.  I invite others to join.  We need members of all ages and levels.”

Next weekend the team will race again at the Head of the Fish in Saratoga, N.Y.

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Making History All Over Again: Football Played in Old Lyme for First Time in More Than 70 Years

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“The whole town is here!” said one enthusiastic spectator Saturday afternoon.  And that was almost true when the crowd had gathered for the first high school game played in Old Lyme since 1943 and some 1,500 people were in attendance at the Lyme-Old Lyme High School varsity soccer field.

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It was a perfect fall day with tail-gating everywhere and pre-game fun galore.  Two members of the 1941 and 1942 Old Lyme football teams, respectively George King and Tim Keenan, were present for the ceremonial coin toss and they just happened to be respectively the father and uncle of Valley-Old Lyme coach Tim King.

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The game itself was not the most exciting ever seen and ultimately,the Valley-Old Lyme football team crushed Old Saybrook-Westbrook with an unstoppable 42-7 victory.

Last year’s Valley-Old Lyme team won the Conference Championship and also advanced to the State semi-finals, and this year’s team is looking to repeat – or exceed – that record.

For a full report, click here to read Dave Davis’s article published in The Day today. 

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Are You Ready For Some Football? Today Sees First Game Played in Old Lyme for Over 70 Years

Warriors_logoToday, Saturday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m., the Valley-Old Lyme football team will face Old Saybrook-Westbrook on the Lyme-Old Lyme High School varsity soccer field.

This will be the first high school game played in Old Lyme since 1943. The prospect of the game has generated significant excitement in both the Region 18 schools and the town itself — consequently, a large crowd is expected.

Last year’s Valley-Old Lyme team won the Conference Championship and also advanced to the State semi-finals, and this year’s team is looking to repeat – or exceed – that record.

Admission is free to all Region 18 students and employees: adults will be charged five dollars.

There will be pre-game tailgating, concessions and a tent manned by the Booster Club.  To top it all, not only is the forecast for warm, sunny weather, but also an intense game between two well-matched teams is anticipated.

Click to read a blog post published Sept. 27, by Day sports writer Ned Griffin about the game.

Go Warriors!

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‘Bound for the Sound’ Road Race Takes Place This Morning, Raises Funds for LOL Education Foundation

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The starting gun is at the ready for Saturday morning’s perennially popular Lyme-Old Lyme Education “Bound for the Sound” Road Race.

Formerly known as the ‘Artistry in Motion’ Road Race, ‘Bound for the Sound’ 10K and 5K races starts at Sound View Beach in Old Lyme and take runners by some of the most picturesque natural vistas Old Lyme has to offer.

The 10K route is mostly flat with some gently rolling hills along country roads, while the 5K is very flat making a pleasant run through the Old Lyme beach community.  There is also a very popular one mile Family Fun Run, which brings out families of all generations to run together to help raise money for local education initiatives in and beyond the Lyme-Old Lyme Regional School District.  All the runs are capped off with a finish down historic Hartford Avenue towards the beach.

Prizes will be awarded to the top three male and female finishers.  A race T-Shirt is available to the first 150 registered participants.

Race organizer and president of the Lyme-Old Lyme Education Foundation, Michael Kane, says, “The run has historically attracted a wide field of participants with quality runners competing in both the 5k and 10k, alongside many who see this local race in support of local education initiatives as the perfect incentive to start training for their first competitive run”.

Stone Creek will be performing at the after-party on the beach, while local companies Vitality Spa and Bonne Sante will be providing pre- and post-race massage in return for tips donated to the Foundation.

The Lyme-Old Lyme Education Foundation is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization established in 2006 to support and enhance public education in our community.  The Foundation is governed by a volunteer board of directors and supported by an advisory group of members of the community.  In the past, the Foundation has funded initiatives in Lyme and Old Lyme schools such as a new kiln and a third printer for the high school, as well as helping fund the Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School’s successful Science Olympiad team on their trip to the national finals.

To find out more about the Foundation or to make a donation go to www.lolef.org.  Follow the Foundation on Facebook here.

Registration for the race is through Active.com or search on “Bound for the Sound”.

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Old Lyme’s Hack Rows With US Men’s Eight In Today’s World Championship Race

The US Men's eight in action Wednesday.

The US Men’s eight in action Wednesday.

Old Lyme’s Austin Hack and his fellow crew members of the US men’s eight qualified for the 2014 World Rowing Championship final in Amsterdam in the repechage on Wednesday.  Hack is a member of the Lyme-Old Lyme High School Class of 2010 and the Stanford University Class of 2014,

After missing a direct pass to the final on Monday, the U.S. crew of Hack along with coxswain  Zach Vlahos (Piedmont, Calif.), Thomas Dethlefs (Lawrenceville, N.J.), Nareg Guregian (North Hills, Calif.),Matthew Miller (Fairfax, Va.), Rob Munn (Redmond, Wash.), Steven Kasprzyk(Cinnaminson, N.J.), David Banks (Potomac, Md.) and Sam Dommer (Folsom, Calif.) needed to finish either first or second to advance to the final.

They were hard off the line and built a lead of more than three seconds by the thousand. In the third 500 meters, France cut into that lead, and in the final quarter, they caught up and then clipped the U.S. in the final strokes.

France won in 5:42.91 and the U.S. was second in 5:43.32. Sunday’s final will see France and the U.S. meet rep one winners Great Britain and Russia, and heat winners Poland and Germany.

“You want to win the race, but we really went hard at the beginning,” said Guregian. “We worked on the first half (of our race) in one day, so now we have four days to get ready for the final.”

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Old Lyme’s Hack Rows for US Team in World Championships

The US men's 8 competes in Monday's race in Amsterdam.  Austin Hack is fourth from right.

The US men’s 8 competes in Monday’s race in Amsterdam. Austin Hack is fourth from right.

Austin Hack, a member of the Lyme-Old Lyme High School Class of 2010 and the Stanford University Class of 2014, is currently competing in the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, Holland.  A member of the US men’s eight, Hack raced with his crew late Monday afternoon.

It was a tough race against crews from Russia, China, Italy, The Netherlands and Poland. The Poles pulled out for an early lead, but despite battling hard, overtaking the Russians and moving up from third to second place, the Americans could not overtake the leaders.  

Consequently, the US team must now participate in the repechage on Wednesday to secure a place in the medal round on Sunday.

Good luck, Austin, and the US Men’s Eight!

Click here for more details of today’s race.

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Story from ‘The Day': Old Lyme’s Corrigan Has Quite the Summer Vacation Story to Tell

Pictured from left to right are: Coach of the 1st and 2nd Varsity Girls John Laundon with Ella Pilgrim, Hannah Hannah Wilczewski, Kathryn Stedman (coxswain), Hattie Wilczewski and Kaetlin Kolar.

Liam Corrigan stands third from left in this group photo.

Lyme-Old Lyme High School rising junior Liam Corrigan is making quite a splash in the world of international  youth rowing. Ned Griffin wrote a wonderful story about Liam, which was published in yesterday’s edition of The Day. Click here to read Griffin’s article. 

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Girls Lose Lax State Semifinal on Stonington’s Last Minute Goal

Photo by L. Buckley.  With hands joined in unity, the Old Lyme girls stand to attention during the national Anthem.

Photo by L. Buckley. With hands joined in unity, the Old Lyme girls stand to attention during the national Anthem.

Fate – and some might say the referee –  was not on the side of the Wildcat girls’ lacrosse team yesterday evening, when, after the fiercest of battles at Waterford High School, and with just a single second left on the clock, Stonington scored the goal that defeated the ‘Cats 12-11 and took the Bears into the CIAC Class S final.

It was a cruel twist in a game in which Old Lyme had fought back to equalize time and again, overtaking Stonington by a goal at 10-9, only for the Bears to come back this time with an equalizer.  First-year coach Emily Maccione’s girls never gave up and — constantly urged on by the enormous crowd of their fans — it seemed as if the girls were beginning to sense victory precisely when the cruelest card of that last second goal was played.

To their credit, the Old Lyme girls continued to play with their heads held high until the almost immediate final whistle and then, despite their broken hearts, they graciously shook the hands of the victors with the utmost composure.

To retain such grace in the face of bitter disappointment was a victory of different kind — not one which will give much consolation at this time, but one which will stand the test of time and make this team proud in years to come.

Congratulation, Wildcats and coaches — you went down fighting to the last second and made us all extremely proud!

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Old Lyme Crew Girls, Boys 1st Boats Win Silver at Nationals; Girls 2nd Boat Takes Bronze

Pictured from left to right are: Isabelle Foster, Hannah Paynter, Hannah DeBruyn (Coxswain), Honor Clements and Christiana Congdon of the 1st Girls Varsity Four with their silver medals.

All photos by B. Corrigan. Pictured from left to right are: Isabelle Foster, Hannah Paynter, Hannah DeBruyn (Coxswain), Honor Clements and Christiana Congdon of the 1st Girls Varsity Four with their silver medals.

In an extraordinary display of talent and commitment, the Lyme-Old Lyme High School (LOLHS) crew team added three National Medals to their collection on Sunday at the USA National Scholastic Championships at Saratoga, N.Y. Battling primarily against exclusive preparatory schools with extensive private resources, publicly-funded, tiny LOLHS came through with an exceptional roster of results.
The girls 1st Varsity Four, pictured above, won silver in a time of 5:47.93, just four seconds behind the winners from The Winsor School, Mass.
Pictured from left to right Sean Wolf from King Boats, with Graham Richartz, Liam Corrigan, Tom Crisp (coxswain), Phillip Hallwood and Josh Swansk, who comprise  the Boys' Varsity 1st team, along with coach Louis Zubek

Pictured from left to right are Sean Wolf from King Boats, with Graham Richartz, Liam Corrigan, Tom Crisp (coxswain), Phillip Hallwood and Josh Swansk, who comprise the Boys’ Varsity 1st Four, along with coach Louis Zubek.

The boys 1st Varsity Four, above, won silver in a time of 5:05.62, only two seconds behind The Gunnery School, Conn.
Pictured from left to right are: Coach of the 1st and 2nd Varsity Girls John Laundon, with Ella Pilgrim, Hannah Wilczewski, Kathryn Stedman (coxswain), Hattie Wilczewski and Kaetlin Kolar.

Pictured from left to right are the coach of the 1st and 2nd Varsity Girls John Laundon, with the Girls’ Varsity 2nd Four of Ella Pilgrim, Hannah Wilczewski, Kathryn Stedman (coxswain), Hattie Wilczewski and Kaetlin Kolar.

The girls 2nd Varsity Four won bronze in a time of 6:20:15 behind the Ignatius-Chicago Rowing Association, another preparatory school from Chicago, Ill.
The boys 2nd Varsity Four, with two freshman members, also qualified for the Nationals and were a close fourth in their very competitive race.
These wins build on the team’s clean sweep in the fours at the Connecticut Public Schools Rowing Association Championships, where both the Boys 1st and 2nd Varsity Fours and the Girls 1st and 2nd Varsity Fours, won the State Championships, which qualified them for this National Regatta.
The team is grateful for the support of Old Lyme Rowing Association, Region 18 School District and Lyme-Old Lyme High School and also WinTec Racing/King Boats, who loaned the 1st Varsity Boys a new boat for the season.
Several of the seniors are now going on to row for their chosen colleges including team captains Isabelle Foster (Stanford, Calif.) and Graham Richartz (Cornell, N.Y.)  as well as coxwain Hanna DeBruyn (Bates College, Maine).     Additionally, some team members have had the honor of being invited to National Development and Selection Camps this summer.
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Wildcat Girls Play in Lax State Semifinal Today in Waterford

The Wildcat girl's lacrosse team celebrates after its victory over Weston on Friday.

Photos by J. Strycharz.  The Wildcat girl’s lacrosse team celebrates after its victory over Weston on Friday.

In a match-up of two southeastern Connecticut teams, Old Lyme will take on Stonington this evening at 6 p.m. at Waterford High School in a semifinal of the CIAC Class S state tournament.

Old Lyme's determination won the day.

Old Lyme’s determination won the day.

The team’s advance to the semifinal game came after a nail-biting 14-13 victory Friday over Weston.

First year coach Emily Macione (right in photo) is certainly having a year to remember.

First year coach Emily Macione (right in photo) is certainly having a year to remember.

Sadly, the Old Lyme boys will not be joining the girls in semifinal play. They lost 5-6 to East Catholic on Saturday in another nail-biter.

More action from Tuesday's game.

More action from Tuesday’s game.

Go Wildcats!

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Wildcat Boy Rowers Take Silver Medal in Nationals, Girls Also Medal

The Old Lyme boys' varsity rowing team stand proud after receiving their silver medals in the national competition.

Photo by S. Crisp. The Old Lyme boys’ varsity rowing team stand proud after receiving their silver medals in the national competition.

Both the Lyme-Old Lyme girls’ and boys’ rowing teams achieved extraordinary success this past weekend in the National Scholastic Championships held in Worcester, Mass.

The boys’ varsity boat won the silver medal, while girls’ varsity boats secured silver and bronze medals.  These are really amazing results for a school the size of Lyme-Old Lyme High School (LOLHS).

Team members are Liam Corrigan, Tom Crisp (coxswain), Phillip Hallwood, Graham Richartz and Josh Swanski (boys’ varsity four) ;  Honor Clements, Christiana Congdon, Hanna Debruyn (coxswain), Isabelle Foster and Hannah Paynter (girls’ varsity four);  Harry Godfrey-Fogg, Brandon Green, Peter Fuchs, Julia Morrison (coxswain) and Jacob Olsen (boys’ second varsity four);  and Kaetlin Kolar, Ella Pilgrim, Kathleen Stedman (coxswain), Hannah Wilczewski and Hattie Wilczewski (girls’ second varsity four).

The team is coached by John Laundon, LOLHS math teacher Louis Zubeck, Brian Schuch and Ed McCusker with support from Athletic Director Bill Buscetto, Old Lyme Rowing Association and King Boats.

Congratulations, Wildcats!

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Four Boats From Lyme-Old Lyme Compete in Scholastic Rowing Nationals This Weekend

LOLHS rowing team members gather for a photo with their coaches.

LOLHS rowing team members gather for a photo with their coaches.

This weekend Lyme-Old Lyme High School (LOLHS) rowers compete in the National Scholastic Rowing Championships being held in Worcester, Mass.  An unprecedented four Lyme-Old Lyme boats — GV1, BV1, GV2 and BV2  — qualified for nationals by winning gold medals at the state championships last month.

Team members include Liam Corrigan, Tom Crisp (coxswain), Phillip Hallwood, Graham Richartz and Josh Swanski (boys’ varsity four) ;  Honor Clements, Christiana Congdon, Hanna Debruyn (coxswain), Isabelle Foster and Hannah Paynter (girls’ varsity four);  Harry Godfrey-Fogg, Brandon Green, Peter Fuchs, Julia Morrison (coxswain) and Jacob Olsen (boys’ second varsity four);  and Kaetlin Kolar, Ella Pilgrim, Kathleen Stedman (coxswain), Hannah Wilczewski and Hattie Wilczewski (girls’ second varsity four).

The team is coached by John Laundon, LOLHS math teacher Louis Zubeck, Brian Schuch and Ed McCusker with support from Athletic Director Bill Buscetto, Old Lyme Rowing Association and King Boats.

Go Wildcats!

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Wildcat Lax Girls Advance to State Semis

Sticks high.  The Old Lyme girls get ready for their game against Weston this afternoon.

Photo by L. Buckley. Sticks high! The Old Lyme girls get ready for their game against Weston this afternoon.

The Old Lyme girls pulled off a stunning 14-13 victory yesterday afternoon over Weston in the Class s CIAC quarter-finals.  The ‘Cats now meet Stonington in the semi-final next Tuesday at a location to be determined.

Congratulations, Wildcats!

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Wildcats Boys Lax Advance to State Quarters After Thrilling Win Over Stonington, Face E. Catholic Today

The Old Lyme boy’s lacrosse team secured a spot in the Class S CIAC quarterfinals Saturday after a thriller of a game Wednesday when the ‘Cats held off Stonington in a down-to-the-wire 12-11 victory.

Old Lyme, seeded third, now hosts sixth-seeded East Catholic todayat 3 p.m.

Go Wildcats!

Click here for a full report of the game by Ned Griffin and published June 5 on TheDay.com

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‘Cats Face Weston in Class S Girl’s Lacrosse Quarterfinal This Afternoon

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Action from Tuesday’s second round game, which the Wildcats won handily (15-6) against St. Bernard.  Photo by L. Buckley.

Old Lyme, seeded third, meet sixth-seeded Weston this afternoon in the Class S quarterfinals.  Face-off is scheduled at 5 p.m. at Lyme-Old Lyme High School. The Wildcats advanced to the quarter final after a 15-6 victory over St. Bernard in the second round on Tuesday. Sloane Sweitzer had five goals and two assists for the Wildcats (14-3), while Sydney Cowell added four goals and one assist.  Alston Rountree added three goals and Liz Scott two. Go Wildcats!

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