No. 5 Cromwell 5, No. 28 Bacon Academy 4 >> Junior forward Jenna Serrantino scored two goals and sophomore goalkeeper Sera McKiernan finished with nine saves to lift the host Panthers to a CIAC Class M first round victory on Monday.
Shannon Morrill, Eliza Weston, and Olivia Belcourt netted one goal apiece for Cromwell (13-3-2), which will host a second round contest on Wednesday.
Leah Beauton notched a hat trick and Molly Kelly added a goal for the Bobcats (7-9-1).
No. 24 Portland 5, No. 9 MLC 0 >> At Bloomfield, sophomore Chrissy Picard scored two goals and goalkeepers Julia MacKinnon, Kelly Boutin and Taylor Young combined to make five saves to lead the visiting Highlanders to a Class S first round win on Monday.
Kelly Talerico, Makayla Stefanski, and Micayala Kelley each had a goal for Portland (7-9-1). The Highlanders travel to No. 8 Public Safety/AAE (Windsor) for a second round matchup on Wednesday.
Ashley Novak stopped 12 shots for the Dragons (11-5-1).
No. 13 Cromwell 3, No. 20 Two Rivers 0 >> Junior Amaya Feitel dished out 13 assists to lift the host Panthers to a 25-8, 25-9, and 25-12 sweep in a Class S first round contest on Monday.
Ashley DellaRatta added three kills and seven aces for Cromwell (14-8), which travels to New Britain on Wednesday to meet No. 4 Innovation (16-4) in the second round.
No. 11 Valley Regional 3, No. 22 Canton 0 >> At Deep River, senior Rhyan Nedobity collected 17 service points with nine aces and also added two kills in the host Warriors’ 25-15, 25-16, and 25-8 Class S first round sweep on Monday.
Jessica Paholski had five aces, five digs, four kills, and 11 service points for Valley (14-7). The Warriors advanced to play Wednesday at No. 6 University (15-4) in Hartford.
Rachel Falzone had 15 digs and Sarah Bowman added five kills and one block for Canton (11-10).
No. 19 East Lyme 3, No. 14 Mercy 0 >> At Middletown, the Vikings (10-9) eliminated the Tigers, 25-21, 25-15, and 26-24 in the opening round of the Class L tournament on Monday.
Amy Boyle had 12 digs and nine kills and Rachael Finch had 16 digs to lead Mercy (13-9).
No. 24 East Hampton 3, No. 9 Goodwin Tech 0 >> At New Britain, the Bellringers advanced to the Class S second round with a 25-18, 25-16, and 25-17 sweep on Monday. East Hampton (10-10) plays at No. 8 Northwest Catholic (West Hartford) on Wednesday.
No. 16 Coginchaug 3, No. 17 Abbott Tech 0 >> At Durham, the host Blue Devils (14-9) advanced to the Class S second round where they will play at No. 1 Lyman Memorial (19-1) on Wednesday.