By Press Staff
Vinal Tech 6, Wilcox Tech 3 >> The Hawks rebounded from a tough loss against Middletown the day before and notched their first win of the season at Meriden.
Junior CJ Lemere struck out 12 and allowed five hits to earn the victory. Josh Mollica went 3-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI, while Mike Pierpont was 2-for-3 with an RBI and two stolen bases for Vinal Tech (1-1).
Hyde 6, Coginchaug 2 >> Vanquel Velasquez tossed a complete game three-hitter to lead the Howling Wolves at Durham. Otis Burton went 3-for-4 with a double for Hyde.
Artie Koba had a double for the Blue Devils (1-1).
Valley Regional 10, Hale-Ray 4 >> Tristan Suedmeier struck out five and walked one in six innings to lead the Warriors at Deep River.
Ethan Petroka was 3-for-3 with a triple and five RBI’s for Valley (1-1).
Brian Johnson had a double for the Noises (0-2).
Wilcox Tech 12, Vinal Tech 5 >> Skylar Puckett allowed five hits to earn the pitching win at Meriden.
Elizabeth Deshaies went 3-for-5 for Wilcox Tech.
Karen Agoglioti went 2-for-3 with a pair of triples and drove in three runs for the Hawks.
Haddam-Killingworth 14, Cromwell 4 >> Caroline Fortuna had four hits and three RBI’s, while Casey Jackson and Kolby Burger each had three hits to power the Cougars at Higganum.
Jackson added a triple and three RBI’s, while Ciara Samuel pitched four scoreless relief innings to earn the win for H-K (1-1).
Alyssa Poole had a three-run triple for the Panthers (0-2).
Northwest Catholic 4, Middletown 1 >> At West Hartford, Peter Flynn earned a straight set win at No. 2 singles for the Blue Dragons (0-2).
Middletown 7, Weaver 0 >> Alex Korik and Carly Panasawich garnered wins at No. 1 and No. 2 singles for the Blue Dragons at Hartford.
Xavier 3, Maloney 0 >> Kevin Berger had 24 assists and John Haberski collected eight kills and six digs in the Falcons 25-8, 25-17, and 25-15 win at Middletown.
Girls Outdoor Track
Mercy 89, Hillhouse 51 >> Tigers senior Kaleigh Roberts won the 1600, the 800 and anchored the winning 4×800 relay team to lead Mercy at New Haven.
Lauren Inglis won the long jump and triple jump events, and was part of the winning 4×100 relay team along with Mariah Dunn, Bianca Fiore, and Victoria Fiore.
Bridget Selfors captured the 3200 and was also part of the 4×8 relay, which included Talia Staiger and Hannah Albert.
Staiger was also part of the Tigers’ winning 4×400 team with Morgan Cahill, Ally Kiley, and Maddy Piel.