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Local roundup: T-More edges New Hampton 55-54

Published January 15. 2013 4:00AM

New Hampton, N.H. - Duane Notice hit the game-winning free throw to break a 54-54 tie as St. Thomas More edged New Hampton 55-54 in a men's prep school basketball game Monday.

Gabe Levin led the Chancellors (15-1) with 10 points and 11 rebounds while Notice had nine points and eight rebounds and Marquis Salmon had 15 rebounds.

Women's basketball

• Carly Thibault, an East Lyme graduate, scored a game-high 18 points, including four 3-pointers, in Monmouth University's 63-49 loss to Saint Francis (Pa.) in a Northeast Conference game. Thibault also added a career-high nine rebounds for the Hawks (5-10, 2-2).

H.S. gymnastics

• Old Lyme's Ashley Detuzzi scored 31.6 to win the all-around in a tri-meet with East Lyme and Windham. Windham won the team title with 85.1 points, followed by Old Lyme (82) and East Lyme (68.4).

Detuzzi also won the floor (8.5), balance beam (8.0) and uneven bars (7.4). Old Lyme's Caroline Montanaro was second all-around with 29.4, followed by East Lyme's Julia Ealahan (27.8) and Jenny Aylward (24.5).

Ealahan won the vault with a score of 7.9 for East Lyme (0-3 ).

College honors

• Connecticut College's Tara Gabelman, a junior forward, was named New England Small College Athletic Conference Player of the Week in women's basketball. Gabelman averaged 12.0 points and 10.5 rebounds in a 1-1 week for the Camels, including a 12-point, 14-rebound effort in a 66-57 win over Middlebury.

• Mitchell College's Joshua Ford, a junior forward, was named New England Collegiate Conference Player of the Week in men's basketball for the third time this season. Ford averaged 25.0 points, 10.3 rebounds and shot 69 percent from the floor in three games for the Mariners. He had double-doubles in all three games, including a career-high 43 points in a win over Southern Vermont, when he went 19-for-22 from the floor, including 12-for-12 in the second half.

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