Cromwell 1, Old Saybrook 1 >> Junior Jenna Serrantino’s second half goal lifted the Panthers to a Shoreline Conference draw on Thursday. Seraphina McKiernan made three saves for Cromwell (5-0-1).
Maggie Smith scored with 3:29 left in the first half and Kelsey True finished with eight saves for the host Rams (2-1-2).
Portland 5, Westbook 0 >> Chrissy Picard, Micayala Kelley, Nicki Talerico, Olivia Smith, and Makayala Stefanski each netted one goal apiece for the Highlanders. Kelly Talerico had two assists for host Portland (2-3).
The Knights fell to 1-4.
Mercy 2, Foran 0 >> At Milford, Ryan Miela had a goal and an assist, while Sandra Fronc posted a shutout with two saves to lead the Tigers. Lindsay Stevenson had a first half goal for Mercy (4-1-1).
Abigail Lucas stopped seven shots for the host Lions (1-2-1).
Valley Regional 3, Cromwell 1 >> Senior Ryhan Nedobity collected seven kills and four blocks, Emily McLaughlin had 12 kills, and Jessica Paholski added 10 kills and 10 digs to lead the Warriors (5-1) to a 23-25, 25-13, 25-15 and 25-23 SLC win on Thursday.
O’Kara Kramer had four kills and four digs for the host Panthers (4-2).
Haddam-Killingworth 3, North Branford 0 >> Kate Porter had 21 assists and Sam Mohammed added five kills in the Cougars (6-0), 25-15, 25-12 and 25-22 sweep on Wednesday.
The T-birds fell to 1-5.
Mercy 3, Foran 2 >> At Milford, Mallory Oeshger had nine kills and Jess Carroll added eight kills to lift the Tigers to a marathon 25-19, 25-19, 20-25, 22-25 and 19-17 SCC win.
Meghan Fusco had 21 digs for Mercy (5-1).
The Lions fell to 5-3.
Hale Ray 3, Coginchaug 2 >> At Moodus, the Noises outlasted the Blue Devils 25-19, 25-15, 22-25, 23-25 and 15-11.
Mary Pease had 28 assists and Sage Connors had 13 kills and eight blocks for Hale Ray (4-2).
Demarie DelVechio had 37 digs to lead Coginchaug (3-3).
Morgan 2, Valley Regional 0 >> At Deep River, Tyler Newfield and Calvin Jackson scored second half goals, while keeper Anes Gadun stopped six shots for the Huskies (4-0-1).
The Warriors fell to 2-1-1.
East Hampton 2, North Branford 1 >> Jared Thomas and Jonny Barber had one goal apiece for the host Bellringers (2-2-1).
Old Saybrook 3, Cromwell 1 >> Mac Coppes, Ashton Reina, and Aiden Reid netted goals for the unbeaten Rams (4-0-1).
Jack Holcomb scored for the host Panthers (2-3).