Valley Regional 54, Portland 41 >> The Warriors captured their first win of the season Saturday night at Deep River. Kiernan Decker had 14 points and 11 rebounds, Mary Hope Gardner had 11 points, and Francesca Daniels had nine points for Valley (1-3). Brooke Marconi had 14 points and Jill McGrath had 10 points for the Highlanders (1-6).
Cromwell 67, Hale-Ray 30 >> Janelle Harrison and Mya Villard each had 15 points to lead the visiting Panthers (4-1), who led 20-2 after one quarter. Emily Traceski had 14 points and Faith Cooley had six points for the Noises (1-5).
East Hampton 49, Old Lyme 30 >> Sarah Massie had a game-high 18 points and Meghan Orbann had 13 points as the Bellringers (6-0) remained unbeaten with a SLC win at Old Lyme. Hannah Behringer had 12 points for the Wildcats (2-3).
Mercy 69, Hamden 20 >> Maura Fitzpatrick had 21 points, Sarah Gallo had 17 points, and Kendra Landy had 10 points and 10 assists for the No. 2 Tigers (8-0).
Coginchaug 68, North Branford 52 >> Morgan Kuehnle had 14 points and Olivia Corazzini had 10 points to lead the visiting Blue Devils (5-1). Sophomore guard Sabrina LeMere had a game-high 20 points for the T-birds (3-4).
Cromwell 78, Hale-Ray 52 >> The visiting Panthers jumped out to a 34-7 lead after one quarter and never looked back. Jake Regula had 18 points for Cromwell (4-1). Jason Traceski had 22 points for the Noises (1-4).
New Britain 91, Middletown 54 >> Annuel St. Juste had 33 points to lead four players in double figures for host New Britain (4-0). Antonio White had 19 points and Brandon Simmons had 12 points for the Blue Dragons (1-4).
Haddam-Killingworth’s Leah Pfrommer won both the girls long jump and high jump events to lead the top local performers in the annual Shoreline Invitational Saturday at New Haven’s Floyd Little Athletic Center. Pfrommer set a meet record in the long jump (17-11). Coginchuag’s Jessica Drop won the girls 1000 meter run (3:05.71), while Coginchaug’s Christian Alberico won the boys 1600 meter run (4:36.50).