Portland 167, Old Saybrook 182 >> At Fenwick Golf Course, Nick Piersall earned medalist honors with a 38 to lead the Highlanders.
Also scoring for Portland were Jon Twichell (42), Jimmy Kelley (43), and Timmy Leonard (44).
The Rams were led by Nick Prast (42) and Pawntip Prasith (44).
Valley Regional 7, Cromwell 4 >> At Deep River, Paige LaCasse and Amber Preble each had two RBIs, and winning pitcher Michaela Lavy had eight strikeouts to lead the No. 8 Warriors (10-11) past No. 9 Cromwell in the SLC tournament play-in game on Thursday.
Taylor Polizonis went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and Malorie Leone had two hits and two stolen bases for the Panthers (9-12).
Old Saybrook 4, Coginchaug 3 >> Paige Trabucchi hit a walk-off home run with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning to give host Old Saybrook the Shoreline Conference tournament quarterfinal win on Thursday.
Christina Gosselin also homered for Old Saybrook (15-6), while Effie Gianitsos picked up the win in the circle.
Naomi Rinaldo had a three-run home run for the Blue Devils (13-8).
North Branford 5, Hale-Ray 0 >> Sabrina Lemere went 3-for-4 with a double, triple and two RBIs for host North Branford in a Shoreline tournament quarterfinal victory on Thursday.
Meghan Augur went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and scored a run and Lindsay Golia pitched a complete-game shutout with six strikeouts for the Thunderbirds (15-6).
Morgan 4, Valley Regional 3 >> At Clinton, Kelsey Hopkins hit a two-out, two-run double in the bottom of the seventh inning to provide host Morgan (17-4) with the comeback win in a Shoreline quarterfinal game on Thursday.
With two outs in the inning, Morgan batters drew three straight walks before Hopkins (3-for-3) delivered the game-winning hit.
Lily Dawson and winning pitcher Emily Popp each had two hits for the top-seeded Huskies.
Amanda Hull had two hits for Valley Regional (10-12).
Portland 3, Bolton 1 >>Senior pitcher Morgan Wyslick earned her first complete game win of the year as the Highlanders finished their season with a non-league home victory on Thursday. Senior co-captains Emily Guilmette and Olivia Briggs were both defensive standouts in helping to preserve the win for Portland (4-16).