East Hampton 3, Westbrook 2 >> Winning pitcher Zak Johnson struck out eight and allowed just two hits, and Marvin Gorgas notched two strikeouts in the seventh inning to earn the save for the host Bellringers.
Dylan Riley had an RBI double for East Hampton (6-1), which built an early 3-0 lead.
Arno Utegg had an RBI single for the Knights (3-3).
Haddam-Killingworth 5, Valley Regional 1 >> Winning pitcher Brian Moskey (2-1) struck out 10 and Trevor Mann blasted a two-run homer to lift the Cougars Thursday at Higganum.
Joe Aitken had two hits and Griffin Bremer had a triple for H-K (6-1).
Eric Jaillet had a double for the Warriors (2-6).
Cromwell 7, Coginchaug 5 >> The Blue Devils loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom of the seventh before the Panthers escaped with a SLC win at Durham.
Tucker Lord (3-0) earned the pitching win, while Cory Baldwin keyed a four-run first inning with an RBI double for Cromwell (8-0).
Christian Adams went 3-for-3 with two RBI’s for Coginchaug (2-6).
Haddam-Killingworth 4, Valley Regional 0 >> At Higganum, pitcher Ciara Samuel improved to 5-1, Meghan Cerino had two RBI’s, Kayla McKay had an RBI single and Rachel Senechal had an RBI triple for the Cougars (5-1).
The Warriors fell to 2-4.
Coginchaug 14, Westbrook 2 (6) >> Katelyn Williams struck out nine and allowed just two hits to lead the Blue Devils at Durham.
Courtney Votto went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and Gabby Diaz was 3-for-4 with a triple for Coginchaug (5-0).
Taylor DeMusis had a triple for the Knights (2-5).
East Hampton 7, Westbrook 6 (12 inn,) >> Taylor Muncy drove in the tying run in the 12th and scored the game-winner on a wild pitch Wednesday at East Hampton.
Sarah Dickerman pitched nine innings in relief to earn the win and Taylor Caruso had three hits for the Bellringers.
Zoe Elihert had three hits and Alexa Muliahill had two hits, including a double, for the Knights.
Middletown 6, Rockville 1 >> Alkex Kordonsky, Lance Timmons, Peter Flynn, and Ben Lanza led the Blue Dragons (1-3) with a singles sweep Thursday at Rockville.
Coginchaug 7, Haddam-Killingworth 0 >> At Higganum, Tyler McDonald, Garrett D’Amato, Kyle Judson, Sam Temple, and Brian Jubelirer each had singles wins, while the doubles tandems of Luke Fowler and Alex Preneta, and Joe Ertle and Alex Cole also won for the Blue Devils.
Coginchuag 4, Haddam-Killingworth 3 >> Melanie Frank topped H-K’s Reilly Fitzgibbons, 6-0 and 6-1, at No. 1 singles to lead the Blue Devils at Durham.
Sam Turley also garnered a singles win for Coginchaug, while Mackenzie Earley and Allison Sheahan had singles wins for the Cougars.
Mercy 7, West Haven 0 >> Natalie Harackiewicz, Genevieve Denault, Marla Walton, and Presley Termini each roilled to straight set singles wins for the Tigers (2-5) on Wednesday at Painter Park.
Cromwell 178, Hale Ray 206, Coginchaug 217 >> At Lyman Orchards, medalist Brett Sadinsky shot a 41 and Julian Thomas shot a 43 to lead the Panthers.
John McLaughlin and Matt Fontaine each shot a 49 for the Blue Devils.
Valley Regional 185, Old Saybrook 239 >> The Warriors’ Luke Gagnon and Joe diTommaso each shot a 43 to share medalist honors Thursday at Fox Hopyard in East Haddam.
Jaime DeAntonis shot a 45 for the Rams.
Old Lyme 199, East Hampton 204 >> At Banner Country Club, the Bellringers’ Josh Basil was the medalist with a 43.
Haddam-Killingworth 180, Portland 186 >> At Banner Country Club, medalist John Abbott shot a 35 and Alex Segaline shot a 43 to lead the Cougars.
Jon Twichell shot a 44 and Connor Giveans shot a 46 for the Highlanders.
Middletown 189, Maloney 242 >> At Hunter, medalist Tim Reinsch shot a 44 and Taylor Vece shot a 45 to lead the Blue Dragons.
Alex Thompkins shot a 54 for the Spartans.