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Bruins Remain Unbeaten in Norwalk Girls Basketball

NORWALK, Conn. ? Week Four of Norwalk Recreation and Parks Girls Basketball Association play was highlighted by many close games. The Bruins stand alone in Division Four with the league's only spotless record. The Comets and Monarchs share the top spot in Division Two with one loss, and the Hoyas and Lady Stags pace Division Three with one loss as well.

Division 2 (fifth and sixth grade)

Liberty 6, Miracle 3: The King Industries Liberty (2-3) took a 5-3 halftime lead and held on for the win. Kaitlyn Davis scored three points to lead the winners, while Grace Potochney added two points and Camille DeGuzman scored one. Caroline Cormier notched two points for Jordan’s Pizza Miracle (1-4). Alyssa Pressley rounded out the scoring.

Sun 19, Shock 16: The Dooney and Bourke Sun (2-3) used a 13-4 third-quarter advantage to power to the win. Carsyn Langhorn tallied seven points to lead the way, while Ashley Wilson and Jackie Tessier added four points each. Riley Page and Sawyer Milillo contributed two points each. Jescie Holmes scored six points to pace the Shock (2-3), while Sabrina Bailon scored four. Kathleen Downey, Tatyana Molina and Ali Walsh netted two points each.

Comets 14, Monarchs 8: The Kevin Morton Elite Pitcher Training Comets (4-1) grabbed a share of first place by coming back from a 7-0 first-quarter deficit. Taylor Morton tallied eight points to pace the Comets, while Sanaa Boyd and Dina Diblasio scored four each. Natalie Pitteway scored two. Michelle Perea tallied all eight points for the Sono Seaport Seafood Monarchs (4-1).

Division Three (seventh and eighth grade)

Spartans 39, Red Storm 36: The Sonny and Bill’s Sports Spartans (2-2) extended a five-point halftime lead to nine after three periods and held on to gather the victory. Chelsey Cerrato exploded for 16 points to lead the Spartans. Jessica Giglio added eight points while Alexis Esperance scored five. Jada Boggs and Brianna Fitzgerald scored four points apiece. Shyanna Bullock pumped in 12 points for the Post Corner Pizza Red Storm (3-2) while Whitney Fulton tallied eight points and Areti Filippidis scored seven. Amanda Barker (four points) and Sydney Barreno(three points) also contributed.

Lady Stags 40, Hurricanes 7: The Integrated Sports Training Lady Stags (4-1) jumped out to a 22-4 halftime lead and never looked back. Shania Osborne tallied 17 points to lead the way while Arianna Eason added eight points and Alex Whalen scored six. Anna Cocoros, Emily Underwood and Lauren Robertson led the Damato Landscaping Hurricanes (1-4).

Hoyas 59, Huskies 37: The Hoyas (4-1) used a 29-16 first half to take command and cruise to the one-sided win. Asiah Knight pumped in 35 points for the Hoyas while Amanda Beckwith tallied 12 points and Deneeka Baker scored six. Kayla Jordan, Vanessa Giraldo and Whitney Pagano all added two points. Mariah Ventrella shined the B.T. Canty Huskies (0-4), scoring 27 points, including four three–point field goals. Katie Sciglimpaglia added eight points and Ella Jackson scored two.

Huskies 38, Spartans 24: Jackie Harris scored 24 points to lead the Huskies after the teams were tied at 16 all at the half. Katie Sciglimpaglia (seven points), Mariah Ventrella (five points), and Sahai Lara (two points) all played well in support. Alexis Esperance scored 10 to lead the Spartans (2-3) while Chelsey Cerrato, Jada Boggs and Brianna Fitzgerald scored four points each.

Division Four (ninth-12th grade)

Panthers 46, Tar Heels 42: The Panthers (1-3) notched their first win as they withstood a 17-5 fourth-quarter disadvantage. Patty Sciglimpaglia pumped in 21 points for the winners while Katie Schmidt added 10 and Mary Sciglimpaglia scored seven. Tunde Johnson contributed six points and Ravneet Gill scored two. Kayla Croswell led the Tar Heels (2-2) with 19 points while Jovan Kingwood scored 13 and Devin Dowling tallied eight.

Eagles 43, Blue Wave 40: The Tom’s Auto Driving School Eagles (2-3) used a 17-9 third-period advantage and a balanced scoring attack to get their second win of the season. Vicki Aguilar led the eagles with 11 points while Kyle Courtney scored 10. Sabrina Rodriguez and Jazmine taylor had eight and Kendra Fitzpatrick scored seven. Alexis Noonan led all scorers with 20 points for the East Ave. Pizza Blue Wave (1-3) while Shayna marko scored 15 and Zayna Fulton tallied five.

Bruins 63, Tar Heels 61: The Reliable Tree Service Bruins (5-0) used a 15-8 fourth period to escape with the narrow victory. Colleen O’Neill tallied 25 points to lead the winners while Kaitlyn Spielman scored 17 and Domonique Carter-Stanley added 14. Claire O’Neill also contributed with five points. Jovan Kingwood led all scorers with 31 points for the Heels (2-3) while Yasmine Walker scored 17 and Devin Dowling pumped in six.

In the final game of the weekend the Volunteers defeated the Panthers in another close contest.

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