Montville — Duane Notice made five of six 3-pointers and finished with 27 points and seven assists as St. Thomas More routed Regional Elite Development Academy of Brampton, Canada on Friday, 113-73, in the Founder's Tournament.
T-More will play host to Bridgton Academy in today's final at 3 p.m. Bridgton beat Central Jersey Each One Teach One Academy of Somerset, N.J., 83-77.
Gabe Levin had 14 points and 11 rebounds for T-More and John McAdoo scored 14. Abendego Lufille had 28 points for REDA.
In other games:
• Graham Safford scored 11 of his 17 points in the second half as Bates beat Connecticut College, 75-60, in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. Mark Brust had 15 points for Bates (7-10, 2-3). Matt Vadas had 14 points and nine rebounds for the Camels (5-11, 0-5) and Mason Lopez scored 12.
• Caitlin Cimino had 15 points and nine rebounds as Conn College defeated Bates 70-61 in the NESCAC. Tara Gabelman had 10 points and 10 rebounds for Conn (7-9, 2-3) and Kayleen Murray added 13 points and eight rebounds. Allie Beaulieu had 21 points, six assists and five rebounds for the Bears (8-8, 2-3).
• Ryan Hessling and Jamison Fielder won two events each to help lead Waterford to a 109-57 win over New London in the Eastern Connecticut Conference. Hessling won the 100-meter backstroke and the 200 individual medley and Fielder won the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly. George Frankewicz, Mike McDermott, Dan Clark and Matt Alfultis also won events for Waterford (2-3, 2-2). R.J. Woodstock won the 100 freestyle for New London (0-6, 0-6).
• Fitch's Christian Berg won the 50 freestyle (22.53) and 100 backstroke (54.38), but Windham-RHAM-Coventry won the ECC meet, 90-78. Dakota Williams won the 200 freestyle (2:01.07) and 100 freestyle (52.49) for Fitch (1-4, 1-4) and Greg Houston won the 200 individual medley (2:13.44) and 100 breaststroke (1:09.69).
H.S. indoor track
• Chris Bond, Luis Crisostomo, Lake Wyld and Tyler Latham finished second in the 4x400 relay (3:33.57) at the 31st Yale Invitational.
• Wesleyan scored goals just 18 seconds apart in the opening two minutes and went on to rout Conn College, 7-2, in the NESCAC. Steve Servideo and Tim DiPretoro scored power play goals for the Camels (4-7-3, 1-5-3).
• UConn will now play Memphis at home as part of its new eight-game Big East schedule released by the conference. The Tigers replace San Diego State, which is returning to the Mountain West.
Reigning Big East champion Louisville, Rutgers and South Florida will also visit Rentschler Field as part of the Huskies' seven-game home schedule which includes Towson State (Aug. 29), Maryland (Sept. 14) and Michigan (Sept. 21).
UConn will play road games at Buffalo (Sept. 28), Central Florida, Cincinnati, SMU and Temple. Dates for the eight Big East games have yet to be announced.