Middletown 1, Bristol Eastern 0 >> The Blue Dragons reamined unbeaten with a CCC victory Monday at Bristol. Joe Marino notched the game-winning goal, while Chris Rodo preserved the shutout with five saves for Middletown (9-0-1).
Tom Tefoe made three saves for the Lancers (4-6).
Morgan 1, Hale Ray 0 >> Juan Avila scored on an assist from Kevin Pujols to lift the Huskies at Moodus. Anes Gadun made nine saves for Morgan (2-5-2).
Jake Lenares made six stops for the Noises (3-7).
New Fairfield 2, Portland 1 >> Kristen Teklins scored two goals in New Fairfield’s non-league home win on Saturday.
Kayla Hardesy scored for the Highlanders (4-5-1). New Fairfield is 3-4-2.
Hale Ray 12, Windham Tech 2 >> Emily Traceski and Cailey Botteon each had a hat trick for the visiting Noises on Saturday. Emily Rottino, Nikki Dombroski, Alyson Zawisza, Kelly Johnson, Michaela Paduch, and Makayla Goff also scored for Hale Ray (1-8-1).
Coginchaug 3, East Hampton 0 >> At Durham, Caitlyn Sibiskie had 26 asissts and three kills to lead the Blue Devils to a 25-20, 26-24 and 25-20 SLC sweep.
Klea Patushi added four aces for Coginchaug (6-5).
Sarah Massie had 14 kills and Grace Fales had 24 assists for the Bellringers (6-5).
Haddam-Killiingworth 3, Cromwell 0 >> Mackenzie Hinds had 10 kills and Carly Church had 31 assists to lead visiting H-K, 25-13, 25-14, and 25-13.
Michelle Church added 22 digs, while Lauren Brough and Olivia Parmelee each had nine kills for the Cougars (12-0).
Araya Lessard tallied nine kills and four blocks, and Lauren Tracey had seven kills and four blocks for the Panthers (3-8).
Plainville 3, Middletown 0 >> Aminah Tsonga had six kills as Plainville (1-9) won its first CCC match of the season 25-12, 25-17, and 25-20 at Middletown. The Blue Dragons fell to 2-7.
Haddam-Killingworth 94, Mercy 89 >> At Wesleyan University, the Cougars were led by Cassie Garrelts, who won the 200 and 500 Fresstyle events, and Caitlyn VonFeldt, who captured the 200 IM and 100 Backstroke.
Westbrook 1, Haddam-Killingworth 0 >> Lydia Murphy scored a first half goal for the host Knights (6-1-1) on Friday.
Meghan Cerino made four saves for the Cougars (5-2-0-1).