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Local roundup: Montville routs Bacon 48-7

Published November 10. 2013 4:00AM

Colchester - Jeremiah Crowley rushed for 313 yards and six touchdowns Saturday, leading the Montville High School football team to a 48-7 win over Bacon Academy.

Crowley, who carried the ball 23 times, scored on runs of 40, 31, 41, 15, 2 and 60 yards. Buddy Dewaine also had a 42-yard interception return for a touchdown and Nick Veillette kicked six extra points for Montville (5-4). Tyler Quidgeon was 9-for-17 passing for 115 yards and also rushed for 59 yards for the Indians.

Dante Rodegher caught a 67-yard touchdown pass from Nate Kozlowski for Bacon (2-6).

In another game:

• Robert Duncan had a pair of touchdown runs as Fitch beat Woodstock Academy 28-6. Terrell Scholle had a 5-yard touchdown run and Duncan had a 1-yard scoring run as Fitch (3-6) led 14-0 at halftime.

John Moscol had a 25-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, Duncan had an 8-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter and Del Blake kicked four extra points. Moscol rushed for 83 yards and had 55 receiving yards and Scholle rushed for 82 yards.

Billy Harrington had a 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for Woodstock (0-7).

Men's basketball

• UConn-Avery Point opened its season with an 82-55 win over Bunker Hill Community College.

Sam Turner scored 22 points, Mike Martin had 18 points, Malcolm Simmons had 19 points and nine rebounds and Keith Porter scored 10 with eight rebounds.

Men's soccer

• Top-seeded MIT needed penalty kicks to fend off No. 4 Coast Guard Academy in the semifinals of the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference tournament.

The Bears (9-7-4) had forced the game into overtime and eventually penalty kicks when Jasen Kingsley headed home a pass from Robert Chamberlain to tie the game with just 2:34 remaining in regulation, but MIT (13-3-2) made all five PKs to prevail 5-4 in the penalty kick round.

John Rendon, Walter Heaney, John Tarzian and Richard Davies converted penalty kicks for the Bears and goalie Richie Burns made 15 saves.

• Freshman Cyle Larin scored two goals as UConn routed SMU 5-0 in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference tournament. The second-seeded Huskies (10-2-5) will face No. 3 Central Florida in the AAC semifinals on Friday night in Frisco, Texas, at 8:30 p.m.

College volleyball

• Second-seeded Wellesley defeated No. 6 Coast Guard 3-0 in the semifinals of the NEWMAC tournament. The Bears finished 22-9. Samantha Marmolejo had 15 digs, Kelsey DePorto six kills, Maggie Hine 23 assists and four digs and Susan West eight kills and eight digs for Coast Guard.

DePorto finishes her career as the all-time leader with 461 games played, second in blocks (447), and fourth in kills (1,323) while Marmolejo is the all-time leader with 1,775 digs and second with 454 games played.

Men's swimming

• Christian Brindamour won two individual events and was part of two winning relay teams as Coast Guard beat Wheaton 183-105. Brindamour captured the 50 freestyle (21.45 seconds) and 100 free (48.83) for the Bears (3-0).

He also joined Carl Fuhs, Ryan Buys and Barrett Johannsen on the 400 medley relay team (3:38.07) and teamed up with Buys, Marco Tinari and Londen Thomas to win the 400 freestyle relay in 3:16.18.

In addition, Thomas won the 500 free (4:55.16) and 1,000 free (10:01.31), while Fuhs captured the 100 breaststroke (1:10.35) and 200 breaststroke (2:16.15).

Women's swimming

• Chantel Ferguson won three individual events to lead Coast Guard past Wheaton 156-131.

Ferguson won the 200 freestyle (2:02.96), 500 free (5:32.01) and 200 IM (2:16.64) for the Bears (1-2), who also picked up a pair of wins apiece from Carlie Gilligan in the 100 breaststroke (1:12.07) and 200 breaststroke (2:33.82) and Sara Cantrell in the 3-meter dive (229.80) and 1-meter dive (267.07).

Men's cross country

• Coast Guard finished seventh in the ECAC Division III meet in Bristol, R.I. Nick Foster finished 21st for the Bears in 26:43. Also cracking the top 50 were James Martin (25th, 26:48) and Matt Monahan (46th), 27:07).

Conn College was 15th. Top runners for the Camels were Raymond Rich-Fiondella (48th, 27:09) and Drew Majkut (53rd, 27:17).

Women's cross country

• Coast Guard finished 14th in the ECAC meet. Missy Keeley was Coast Guard's top runner, finishing 43rd in 24:10, and teammate Jess Mulroy was 52nd with a time of 24:22.

Conn finished 18th. Anna Laurence was Conn's top finisher in 77th place, with a time of 24:54.

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