BOYS TENNIS: Westhill 4, Warde 3: The No. 1 doubles duo of Shiloh Williamson/Neev Suryawanshi won in three sets to lift Westhill High (4-1) past Warde.
Jordan Soifer (No. 1 singles), Tyler Pomerance (No. 3 singles) and Rohan Suryawanshi (No. 4 singles) were also victorious for Westhill.
GIRLS TENNIS: Westhill 6, Warde 1: Westhill High improved to 4-1 on the season Thursday by topping Warde.
Tamar Bellete (No. 1 singles), Martina Kaba (No. 2 singles), Sanjana Nayak (No. 3 singles), Caitlyn Tyrrell/Niki Economidis (No. 1 doubles), Lexi Schultz/Malina Lasicki (No. 2 doubles) as well as Alexa Smeriglio/Amanda Smeriglio (No. 3 doubles) were victorious for the Vikings.
GIRLS TENNIS: Stamford 6, McMahon 1: Bego Guspi (No. 1), Hannah Bushell (No. 2) and Nina Passaro (No. 3) all were victorious in singles as Stamford High posted its first triumph of the season Thursday.
In doubles, Taylor Yaghmaie/Devon Yaghmaie (No. 1), Sophia Negyesi/Maggie Meister (No. 2) along with Kadence Green/Abigail Guttman (No. 3) also won for SHS.
SOFTBALL: Hopkins 12, King 7: Erica Cunningham had a solo homer and two singles, Rachel Oberst doubled twice while Mariana McOsker added a double and a single for King (2-1) in its Fairchester Athletic Association loss to Hopkins Thursday.
Serena Ta had three hits to pace Hopkins (3-0).
BOYS GOLF: Westhill 162, Norwalk 215: Jared Goldstein posted an even-par 35 to lead Westhill past Norwalk Thursday at Oak Hills golf course for the first win of the season for the Vikings (1-2).
Other standouts for Westhill were Rishi Jaaswal (39), Benji Fuchs (45), Dom Civitano (45) and Noah Fuchs (43).
GIRLS GOLF: New Canaan 174, Darien 194: Morgan Hibbert (41) was medalist to lead New Canaan past rival Darien Thursday at Woodway Country Club.
Other standouts for New Canaan (2-0) were Molly Mitchell (43), Megan Mitchell (45), Julia Bazata (45) and Stirling Legge (48).
Leaders for Darien included Ashley Amirsakis (42), Charlotte Keane (50), Eliza Koorbusch (51) and Kerry McDermott (51).
BASEBALL: Trinity Catholic 15, Ridgefield 8: Trinity Catholic made its first FCIAC victory of the season an important one Thursday as the Crusaders upset Ridgefield, 15-8 at TC’s Mickey Lione field.
Trinity Catholic, under new coach Angelo Tsingerliotis, is 2-2 overall, 1-1 in the FCIAC.
Ridgefield, the defending FCIAC champion, defending Class LL runnerup and the current No. 1 team in the GameTimeCT State Baseball poll, fell to 5-1 overall and 1-1 in the FCIAC.