No. 1 Cromwell 74, No. 8 Westbrook 34 >> The Panthers jumped out to a 20-2 first quarter lead and never looked back Saturday night at the Salafia Gymnasium.
Cromwell senior forward Janelle Harrison had a game-high 19 points. Harrison also grabbed eight rebounds.
Mya Villard (eight rebounds), Nicole Rojas and Araya Lessard each had 10 points, while senior guard Emily Appleby added four points and six assists for the Panthers (20-1).
McKenna Atkinson and Robin Schreck each had 10 points for the Knights (10-11).
The top-seeded Panthers will meet No. 4 Haddam-Kilingworth in the SLC semifinals Tuesday at Coginchaug High School in Durham.
No. 3 Coginchaug 60, No. 6 Old Saybrook 42 >> Senior guard Kim Romanoff poured in a game-high 20 points and senior forward Morgan Kuehnle posted a double-double with 17 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Blue Devils Saturday at Durham.
Senior center Caryn Sibiskie added nine points and 10 rebounds for Coginchaug (15-6).
Mia Neas had 16 points and Elizabeth Marshall drained four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points for the Rams (12-9).
Coginchaug will meet No. 2 Morgan Tuesday at home in the first game of the semifinal doubleheader at 6 p.m.
The Huskies rolled past No. 7 Old Lyme Saturday in Clinton.
No. 4 Haddam-Killingworth 40, No. 5 East Hampton 25 >> Senior forward Lauren McCann had 17 points and five rebounds to lead the Cougars Saturday at the H-K Fieldhouse.
Junior forward Halie Serbent had 12 points and seven rebounds, while senior guard Maya Savino added eight points for H-K (15-6), which outscored the Bellringers 14-2 in the third quarter.
Sophomore forward Meghan Orbann had eight points and eight rebounds, while sophomore center Sarah Massie collected six points and five rebounds for East Hampton (13-8).
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