Trumbull girls basketball defeats Westhill, Darien

Trumbull topped Westhill 59-37. Corinn Ouellette scored 14 points to lead a balanced performance from coach Steve Tobitsch’s Eagles, 7-5 on the season. Megan Garritty had 12 points, Sarah Stolze 10, Lauryn Wright eight and Emma Gentry seven. Ouellette (two), Wright (two), Gentry, Stolze and Lily Seltenreich made 3-pointers. Trumbull defeated Darien 54-21. Wright made four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points. Ouellette and Seltenreich each scored 13 points. Ridgefield won the second half to earn a 45-33 decision. The rivals were tied at 18-all at the break before the visiting Tigers (8-1, 5-0 FCIAC) took a 33-27 lead into the final period. Gentry had 11 points. Wright made three 3-pointers to finish with nine points. Ouelette scored six points and Stolze five. Gentry had two 3-pointers. Garrity scored 28 points with four 3-pointers, but it wasn’t enough to offset 21 points from Greenwich’s Carolyn Frankle, who also had four threes, in GHS’ 63-59 win. Greenwich (6-5) used a big edge in the second quarter to go on top before Trumbull outscored its hosts 33-24 in the second half. Emma Gentry scored 15.

Girls’ hockey

Trumbull-St. Joseph defeated Amity-North Haven-Cheshire 4-1. Devon Cavaliere scored two goals as Trum-St. Joe improved to 2-0. Mara Ashby and Mary Stowe each had a goal. Ashby and Teagan Cavaliere had assists.

Boys’ hockey

Trumbull won a pair of games. Coach Greg Maxey’s Eagles are 7-4-1. Trumbull defeated Staples 6-3. Luca Minopoli and Austin Ashby each scored two goals. Peter Antoniou, Matthew Farasciano and Giancarlo Montanaro each tallied once. Giancarlo Montanaro, Jake Terlik, Brennan Cutter and Minopoli had assists. Stephanos Galantas made 25 saves to get the win in net. Antoniou scored twice in a 4-1 win over Branford. Minopoli and Tyler Hickey also scored. Minopoli had two assists. Ashby, DJ Kimberly and Cutter had assists. Adam Guttman made 31 saves.


Trumbull used six wins by pin to defeat Brien McMahon 48-27. Andrew Grabinski (1:24 at 138 pounds), Hayden Provencal (1:13 at 152), Corbin Milne (2:27 at 182), Aethan Munden (25 seconds at 195), Lucas Cylwik (2:45 at 220) and Mike Gianetti (1:57 at heavyweight) posted falls for coach Charlie Anderson’s Eagles. Bisjer Hiba (106 pounds) and Warren Little (16) were awarded forfeits. Trumbull dropped the first six matches, rallied, then lost to Norwalk, 42-39. Grabinski began the comeback when the senior co-captain won a 5-3 decision at 138 pounds. Sam Lapham pinned in 56 seconds in his 145-pound bout. Provencal, a senior co-captain, carried the torch with a 58-second fall at 152. Little pinned in 2:36 at 160 and Trumbull had closed within 30-21. Norwalk took the next two matches by fall. Munden put the Eagles back on the scoreboard when the 195-pounder pinned in 37 seconds. Cylwik won by first-period fall (1:09) at 220. Gianetti was awarded a forfeit at heavyweight to close out the scoring.

Trumbull boys’ basketball

Trumbull dropped a 47-40 decision to Norwalk. Sean Racette had 19 points and 10 rebounds for coach Buddy Bray’s 5-6 Eagles. Brandon Fowler scored eight points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Cam Edwards led the 4-8 Bears with 17 points. Greenwich, 7-3, defeated Trumbull 60-43. The Eagles’ Ben Miller had 16 points. Luca Antonio had 13 points and Racette eight.

St. Joseph boys’ basketball

St. Joseph lost 62-47 to Wilton, as the host Warriors improved to 10-1 behind 20 points from Parker Woodring. Will Snydor scored 17 points and Ethan Long 13 to lead coach Kevin Wielk’s 5-6 Cadets. Bassick, now 8-4, defeated St. Joseph 76-66. The Cadets’ Dashawn Hall-Johnson had 18 points and Derek Long 16. Syndor scored 13. Charley Hare and Ethan Long each scored eight.