Coginchaug 11, East Hampton 0 >> At Durham, Blue Devils pitchers Gabby Diaz and Natalie Labasi combined on a four-hitter as Coginchaug remained unbeaten at 10-0.
Naomi Rinaldo went 3-for-4 with four runs scored and Courtney Votto was also 3-for-4 for the Blue Devils.
East Hampton fell to 2-5.
Haddam-Killingworth 10, Westbrook 3 >> Freshman pitcher Hannah Theriault earned her first victory of the season and Kayla McKay had two hits, including a double, and three RBI’s to lead the Cougars at Higganum.
Rachel Senechal also had two hits for H-K (8-3), which qualified for the state tournament for the 36th time in the past 37 years.
Alexa Mulvahill and Julia Horan each had two hits for the Knights (2-9).
Hale-Ray 13, Portland 1 (5) >> At Moodus, Cailey Botteon went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBI’s to lead the Noises. Botteon also stole two bases.
Aidan Fiala went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Jess Dombroski tripled for Hale-Ray (5-6).
Ruth Kelly went 2-for-2 with a run scored for the Highlanders (0-7).
Cheney Tech 3, Vinal Tech 2 >> Senior pitcher Merlyn Herrerra allowed just three hits as the Beavers improved to 10-3 on Monday at Middletown.
Justin Clark had a pair of singles and two RBI’s for the Hawks (5-5).
Hale-Ray 3, Portland 1 >> At Moodus, junior pitcher Jake Linares held the Highlanders to just two hits while earning the win for the Noises (3-7).
Portland fell to 6-4.
Berlin 5, Middletown 2 >> Junior pitcher Jared Gallagher scattered eight hits as the host Redcoats (10-1) captured their 10th straight win.
Nick Brenchak went 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Blue Dragons (5-5).
Westbrook 4, Haddam-Killingworth 2 >> At Higganum, Sam Grigo blasted a three-run homer and winning pitcher Chris Dahl scattered five hits to lead the Knights (6-4).
Luigi Fazzino had a double and triple for the Cougars (9-3).
Xavier 5, East Haven 2 >> Richard Ciamarra, Trevor Morris, and Rob Borea captured the 1-2-3 singles matches in straight sets to lead the Falcons at Watrous Park in Cromwell.
In doubles action, John Borea and Sam Sokolowski, and Jack Curran and Matt Ferris garned wins for Xavier (6-2).
East Haven fell to 5-2.
Old Lyme 7, Cromwell 0 >> Brendan White and Luke Grabowski won the top two singles matches to lead the Wildcats at Cromwell.
East Hampton 6, Haddam-Killingworth 1 >> At Higganum, Aaron Romero, Brandon Allen-Twiss, and Jack Ryan each captured singles wins for the Bellringers.
H-K’s win came at No. 1 singles where Zach Carmichael defeated Ryan Taylor in straight sets.
Hand 17, Mercy 8 >> Lauren Cole and Erin Mummele each had six goals to lead the Tigers at Middletown.
Brianna Hobin netted three goals for Hand (7-2).
Olivia Ozycz had five goals and one assist, while Casey Nelson added two goals for Mercy (4-5).
Fairfield Prep 154, Xavier 160 >> Andrew Sciarretta shot a 32 to win medalist honors and lead the Jesuits (5-3) at the Portland Golf Course.
The Falcons (7-2) were led by Ryan DeVille (38) and Alex Jenkins (40).
Haddam-Killingworth 179, North Branford 193 >> John Abbott earned medalist honors with a 35 to lead the Cougars at Tradition Golf Course in Wallingford.
Also scoring for H-K (4-3, 3-0 SLC) were Alex Segaline (44), Torren Callander (48), and Mike Szafran (52).
Brendan Appi shot a 39 for the T-birds (0-5).
Hale-Ray 190, Old Lyme 208 >> At Fox Hopyard (East Haddam), Shane Fiala was the medalist with a 40, while Justin Fiala shot a 42 to lead the Noises (3-2, 3-0 SLC).
Jake Tiffany shot a 47 for the Wildcats (2-1).
Mercy 205, Suffield/East Granby 244 >> At Lyman Meadows (Jones Course), the Tigers (2-1) were led by medalist Alyssa Scandura, who shot a 49.
Mercy’s line-up included Mackenzie Dugan (5), Jamie Corrone (53), Betty Smith (52), and Ashley Prokop (62).
Emma Heim shot a 51 for Suffield.
Xavier 3, Hand 1 >> John Babon and Andre Zumerchik each had 20 kills as the Falcons rolled to their fourth straight win at Middletown.
Kevin Berger had 47 assists for Xavier (8-2).
Andre Frederick had nine kills and three blocks for the Tigers (3-7).