CT girls basketball team wins 92-4, led 80-0 after three quarters

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Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story had the incorrect point total for Sacred Heart Academy.

Sacred Heart Academy defeated Lyman Hall 92-4 Monday night in an SCC girls basketball game in Hamden.

On Tuesday, Sacred Heart Academy issued an apology and suspended head coach Jason Kirck.

Sacred Heart Academy led 80-0 after three quarters. It led 29-0 after the first quarter and 56-0 at the half.

Sacred Heart Academy, ranked third in the GameTimeCT preseason Top 10 poll, is 3-0. The Sharks defeated Stamford 83-48 and Shelton 80-37.

Lyman Hall is 0-5. The team has lost games to Coginchaug (43-31), Amity (55-37), Sheehan (72-38) and Middletown (65-36).

Twelve players scored for Sacred Heart Academy, led by Rosa Rizzitelli’s 13. Rizzitelli also had 12 rebounds, five steals and four assists. As a team, Sacred Heart Academy made five 3-pointers and made 15 of 19 free throw attempts.

There is no shot clock in CIAC play.

The CIAC handbook, under its “Class Act” Sportsmanship Standards, states Coaches will be aware of the competitive balance of contests and will manage the score in a manner that is sportsmanlike and respectful of opponents.