Conard 3, Middletown 2 >> The Blue Dragons dropped a 25-16, 22-25, 26-28, 25-23 and 15-9 decision against Conard (4-6) Friday night at West Hartford. Brielle Coleman had nine blocks, six kills and three aces, and Madison Seshler had 10 aces, three kills and three digs for Middletown (2-8).
Morgan 3, East Lyme 0 >> The Huskies reamined unbeaten with a 25-14, 25-16 and 26-24 non-league win at Clinton. Jen Dawson had 20 kills, Lily Dawson had 23 assists, and Amy Dahlberg had eight digs for Morgan (11-0). Catherine Buckley had 10 kills, while Jenna Schumaker had seven service points for East Lyme (9-3).
Cheshire 3, Mercy 0 >> The Rams (11-0) swept the visiting Tigers 25-18, 25-9, and 25-17. Fran Basadonna had 13 digs and Shy Wiiliams had eight kills for Mercy (8-2).
Granby 42, Haddam-Killingworth 22 >> Senior quarterback Curtis Field completed 10 of 15 passes for 274 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Bears to a Pequot Conference win Friday at Higganum. Sophomore Connor Field had three touchdown receptions, while Jacob Largay rushed for 67 yards on 10 carries with one touchdown for Granby (1-3). Josh Breiling gained 138 yards on 21 carries with one touchdown, and Conor Champagne had 93 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Cougars (0-4).
Sheehan 2, Mercy 1 >> Jess Berger and Jillian Lode had one goal apiece as the Titans edged the Tigers at Middletown. Rachel Hourigan and Eileen Hinman each had one assist for Sheehan (2-5-3). Maddie DeRita scored a second half goal, while goalie Shannon Murphy had 16 saves for Mercy (0-9).
Immaculate 2, Coginchaug 0 >> The defending Class S champion Mustangs posted their eighth consecutive shutout Friday in a non-league matchup at Durham. Paige Davis and Natalie Diaz had one goal apiece, while goalie Ashley Houghton made eight saves for Immaculate (8-0-2). Goalie Kara Mather made 14 saves for the Blue Devils (7-2).
RHAM 3, Middletown 2 >> The Sachems (8-1) topped the Blue Dragons behind goals from Brooke Davis, Ashleigh Jepson and Jessica Cascio Friday night at Rosek-Skubel Stadium. Mikaela Coady and Kellie Gambell each had one goal for Middletown (7-2).