By Press Staff
Hale-Ray 45, Portland 42 >> Jimmy Lucido banked in a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Noises a wild Shoreline Conference win Friday night at Portland. Jason Traceski scored a game-high 21 points, Brian Johnson had eight points, and Craig Botteon and Lucido each had seven points for Hale-Ray (3-12). Jose Rivera had 18 points, Brady Marconi chipped in eight points, and Jerry Gatson added seven points for Portland (3-11).
Middletown 51, Maloney 47 >> Makai Hunter had 12 points, four assists and four steals, and Brandon Simmons posted a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds as the Blue Dragons captured their seventh straight win Friday night at Meriden. Quincy Kane had 11 points, Jordan Robinson added nine points and Naim Edens grabbed 14 rebounds for Middletown (10-5). Tracy Rumnley, Jordan Martin and Jamel Hamans each had 11 points for the Spartans (11-4).
Old Saybrook 48, Haddam-Killingworth 40 >> The Rams outscored the Cougars 17-8 in the fourth quarter en route to a SLC win Frdiay at the H-K Fieldhouse. Sam Henry led all scorers with 16 points, while Danny Murphy added 15 points for Old Saybrook (8-5). Kyle McCormick had 10 points and Luke Ford had nine points for H-K (6-9).
Haddam-Killingworth 37, Old Saybrook 33 >> Lauren McCann had 12 points and six rebounds, while Halie Serbent had 10 points and seven rebounds to lead the Cougars Thursday night at the H-K Fieldhouse. Maya Savino added eight points for H-K (13-3), which has won six straight.
Coginchaug 49, Valley Regional 23 >> The Blue Devils went on a 16-0 run in the third quarter en route to a SLC victory Thursday night at Durham. Kim Romanoff had 12 points and Caryn Sibiskie had 11 points for Coginchaug (13-3). Freshman Francesca Daniels had 10 points for the Warriors (3-11), who were tied with the Blue Devils 16-16 at halftime.
Mercy 54, Sacred Heart Academy 29 >> Sarah Gallo and Kendra Landy each had 16 points as the Tigers cruised to their 22nd consecutive victory Friday at Hamden. Maura Fitzpatrick added 13 points for No. 2 Mercy (18-0). The Pacers, which trailed 24-15 at halftime, fell to 7-9.