Shoreline Conference finals >> Valley Regional’s Jackie Stevens captured the 3-4 Shoreline Conference tournament singles title.
Stevens defeated Westbrook’s Callie Burns in three sets, 6-1, 4-6, and 6-1.
Westbrook’s Cassie Burns won the 1-2 singles championship. Burns topped Coginchaug’s Melanie Frank 6-2, 6-1 in the finals.
Reilly Fitzgibbons (Haddam-Killingworth) and Meredith Aird (Old Lyme) were 1-2 singles semifinalists.
The Old Saybrook tandem of Myeerah Zhang and Mia Neas won the doubles title with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Hannah vanBenschoeten and Lexi Riggio.
Xavier 7, Newington 5 >> At Middletown, the No. 7 Falcons rallied past No. 26 Newington in their Class LL opener at Palmer Field.
Trailing 5-4 in the sixth, Eli Camner had a pinch hit, two-run double and Laurence Hill followed with an RBI double.
Alex Pia had a three-run homer in the first inning, while Alex Parkos added an RBI single in the fifth.
Dan Lawler (4-0) earned the win in relief, while Kyle Wollman had the save for Xavier (19-5).
Vinal Tech 2, Goodwin Tech 0 >> At New Britain, the Hawks won their first state tournament game in almost 20 years on Monday.
Sean Paradis allowed just two hits and struck out six in a complete game effort.
Chris Quick’s bunt scored Josh Mollica in the thrid inning, and Ryan Fazzino added an RBI double in the seventh for No. 30 Vinal Tech (10-10).
The Hawks will play at No, 14 East Catholic today in a Class M second round contest.
Portland 5, Coventry 0 >> Jason Staub pitched a four-hit shutout and had three RBI’s to lead the Highlanders to a first round Class S tourney win at Coventry.
After Hayden Manning doubled in a run in the fourth to break a scoreless tie, Staub singled home two more runs to put Portland up 3-0.
Staub walked none and struck out six in the complete game win.
No. 17 Portland (12-9) plays today at No. 1 East Hampton.
Haddam-Killingworth 10, Ellis Tech 0 >> At Higganum, junior pitcher Brian Moskey fired a perfect game with 19 strikeouts to lead the Cougars in the opening round of the Class M tourney.
Luigi Fazzino had three hits and Tyler Popp had two hits for H-K (16-7).
The No. 11 Cougars will play at No. 6 Weston (17-4) today at 3:30 p.m.
East Lyme 7, Middletown 3 >> The No. 17 Vikings (12-9) advanced with a win at Middletown. East Lyme will play at No. 1 Berlin today in a Class L second round contest.
Cromwell 8, Abbott Tech 0 >> At Danbury, Malorie Leone tossed a one-hitter with nine strikeouts as the No. 24 Panthers (10-12) advanced in the Class S tourney.
Cromwell is at No. 8 Old Saybrook (15-6) today at 4 p.m.
Alyssa Poole broke a 0-0 tie with a two-run triple in the fourth inning. Megan Fazekas had three hits, including a double, while Taylor Polizonis and Leone (two runs scored) each had two hits.
Haddam-Killingworth 6, Holy Cross 0 >> At Waterbury, Ciara Samuel pitched a one- hitter, struck out five and walked two to lead the Cougars to a Class M first round win.
Lauren McCann and Julia Babbitt each had two hits and an RBI for H-K (16-8).
The No. 19 Cougars will play at No. 3 St. Joseph in Trumbull today.
Mercy 23, Kennedy 2 >> At Middletown, Brianna Sawicki allowed just three hits and Mary Adametz had a home run for the No. 6 Tigers in the opening round of the Class LL tourney.
Astin Donovan had three hits, including a double and a triple, and Stephanie Dean had a triple for Mercy (20-4).
The Tigers host No. 11 South Windsor (15-6) today at 3:30 p.m.
Law 3, Middletown 2 (8) >> At Milford, No. 11 Law edged the No. 22 Blue Dragons (9-12) in a Class L opening round contest.
Outdoor Track and Field
Middle School Champions >> Both the boys and girls track teams at Middletown’s Woodrow Wilson Middle School captured the state championship on Sunday at Manchester High School.
For the boys, Deshaun Bradshaw won the 100 and 200, Jaymin Torres won the 50 hurdles and high jump, and Dylan Drescher won the discus event.
For the girls, Veronica Meyer won both the shot put and discus events.
The boys 4×100 relay team and the girls 4×400 relay team also finished first.
Class L >> The Middletown doubles team of Chris Lane and Kendar Seringdag defeated Mitch Marena and Chris Kiplinger (Wethersfield) 6-0, 6-1 in the opening round of the Class L tournament.