Brielle Wilborn scored 22 points and Jenny Barbour added 17 to lead the Middletown girls basketball team to a 74-41 win over Plainville Friday night.
Dominique Highsmith added 10 points for Middletown, which clinched its second straight CCC South-White Division championship. It is the first time in school history the program has won back-to-back CCC Division titles.
Also contributing for the Blue Dragons were Silvana Barcomb (8 points), Jillian Gordon (7 points) and Amanda Fudge (6 points).
Jess Masco led Plainville with 15 points.
Middletown, ranked 8th in the GameTimeCT.com state Top 10 poll, improved to 16-1. Plainville is 4-12.
Mercy 68, Sacred Heart Academy 39 >> Meghan Deville led the ninth-ranked Tigers with 14 points, while Bella Santoro chipped in with 11 points and Keri Kernisan 10.
Sacred Heart was led by Claudia Capozzo’s 12 points.
Mercy improved to 14-3. SHA dropped to 8-10.
Middletown 81 Plainville 36 >> Ahmod Privott led the seventh-ranked Blue Dragons to their CCC victory with 18 points. Dayquan Singletary added 16 points and DeAaron Lawrence 13.
It was the 14th straight win for Middletown (14-2).