Jonathan Law went on the road Monday and earned a 52-45 decision over SCC boys basketball rival East Haven. Coach Jamie Anderson’s Lawmen (6-8) ran off with the victory behind a 21-12 edge in the final period. Sam Nassar scored 15 points, Diontae Eady 10, Garrett Tutlis nine. Zane Birks and Carl Maxwell divided 10 markers. Law was defeated on the road, 63-42, by unbeaten Guilford on Friday. Conor Creane scored 11 points and Nassar 10. Birks and Eady had eight points each. West Haven doubled up Law in fourth-quarter scoring when the Lawmen lost, 70-63. Creane scored 20 points, Nassar 13, Eady 10 and Dean Pettway nine.
Ryan Ahearn scored three goals, two coming in the final period, when the Milford Indians co-op boys hockey team defeated Daniel Hand, 8-4, at the Milford Ice Pavilion on Saturday. Milford fell behind 2-0 after one period, then outscored the Tigers 5-1 in the second stanza. It was 5-4 when Ahearn scored off a Joey Stacy assist at the 11:29 mark. His third goal, from Santiago Palacio and Stacy (four assists), came at 13:08. Matt Gilebbi, from Rich Carino (two assists), completed the scoring at 13:47. Burwell and Palacio had goals to tie the game at 2-all, before Brett Pisani’s tally gave Milford the lead 4:28 into the session. Hand knotted the game at 11:01, but Ahearn scored at 12:56 and Gilebbi at 13:43. Palacio (two), Pisani and Jake Burwell had assists.