COGINCHAUG 1, MORGAN 0 (OT) >> Tyler Kovacs scored in the 85th minute to lift the Blue Devils (3-0-1) to a SLC victory at Durham. Freshman Garrett Puchlaski had the assist on Kovacs’ game-winning goal.
Coginchaug goalkeeper Jeff Cummings made seven saves, while Bobby Gendron had 10 saves for the Huskies (0-2).
HALE-RAY 7, NORTH BRANFORD 0 >> Mathias Navin had two goals and Zak Wright, Nick Pease, Jason Traceski, Ethan Hart and Evan Lorenston each had one goal as the Little Noises (3-0) blanked the Thnderbirds (0-3) at North Branford.
PORTLAND 3, WESTBROOK 2>>Abner Velasco had two goals and one assist, and Mike Stefanski had a goal to lead the Highlanders at Westbrook. Nolan Reimondo added an assist, while goalkeeper Cole Orgorzalek made five saves for Portland (1-1). Sam Grigo and Alex Mejia each had one goal for the Knights (0-3).
PLAINVILLE 3, MIDDLETOWN 0 >> Sarah Ecoli had nine aces annd seven kills for host Plainville in the 25-22, 25-23 and 25-23 win Monday night. Brielle Coleman had eight kills and three aces for the Blue Dragons (1-2).
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MERCY WINS THREE >> Kaleigh Roberts (19:27) and Mackenzie Pias (20:17) finished 1-2 to lead Mercy past Cheshire (26-29), Hamden (22-37) and Lyman Hall (18-45) Tuesday at Cheshire Park.
Hannah Albert placed seventh (20:58), Janine Mouland was 12th (22:13), Melanie Cirillo was 14th (22:44), Mikayla Mooney was 15th (22:44) and Bianca Fiore was 17th (22:52) for the Tigers (3-0).
MIDDLETOWN SPLITS >> The Bue Dragons defeated Platt (24-31), but fell to Bristol Central (15-50) Tuesday afternoon at Platt.
Ashley Comeau placed seventh (23:13), while Courtney Pusz finished eighth (23:24) for Middletown. Bristol Central’s Nadia Kreciglowa won the meet with a time of 20:32.
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MIDDLETOWN SPLITS >> The Blue Dragons’ Matteo Alvarez won the meet with a time of 17 minutes and 12 seconds as Middletown topped host Platt, 16-47. Bristol Central, led by runnerup John Signore (17:19), edged the Blue Dragons 26-32.
Ben Schaff placed third (17:35), Evan Dunn was seventh (18:15), and Nate Roy finished eighth (18:25) for Middletown (1-1).