Xavier 156, NFA 181, North Haven 185 >> AJ Sanzaro shot a 37 to earn medalist honors and lead the Falcons to a pair of wins Tuesday at Portland Golf Course.
Ryan DeVille and Alex Jenkins each shot a 39, while Connor Roscoe shot a 41 as Xavier improved to 6-1.
Rasmey Kong shot a 41 for North Haven (0-6), while Dan Bilda shot a 42 for NFA (4-1).
Hale-Ray 188, East Hampton 195 >> At Fox Hopyard, medalist Shane Fiala shot a 39 to lead the Noises to a SLC victory Tuesday in East Haddam.
Justin Fiala shot a 41 and Josh Basil shot a 43 for Hale-Ray (2-0).
Cromwell 149, Valley Regional 183 >> At Fox Hopyard, the Panthers were led by medalist Julian Thomas, who shot a 34.
Also scoring for Cromwell were Nick Lattanzio (36), Brett Sadinsky (37), and Liam Kenney (42).
Ethan Thompson and Joe diTommaso each shot a 44 for the Warriors.
Portland 177, Coginchaug 206 >> At Portland Golf Course, medalist Jimmy Kelley shot a 41 to lead the Panthers.
Connor Giveans and Timmy Leonard each shot a 45, while Nick Piersall scored a 45 for Cromwell.
Jon McLaughlin shot a 47 for the Blue Devils.
Wilcox Tech 186, Vinal Tech 227 >> Evan Amara shot a 53 to lead the Hawks, while Wilcox Tech’s RJ Kogut earned medalist honors with a 43.
Mercy 199, Sacred Heart Academy 224 >> At Lyman Meadows-Jones Course, Makenzie Dugan earned medalist honors with a 45 to lead the Tigers.
Also scoring for Mercy (1-1) were Jamie Corrone (47), Alyssa Scandura (53) and Betty Smith (54).
Siobhan Fenneli shot a 48 for the Pacers (1-2).
Amity 11, Mercy 10 >> At Middletown, the Spartans (5-2) edged the Tigers behind six goals from Sarah Turner.
For the Tigers (4-4), Emma Bonassar had five goals, Daniele Richardson collected three goals and three assists, and Casey Nelson had two goals and one assist.
Outdoor Boys Track
Middletown 78, Bristol Central 72 >> At Middletown, Ben Schaff won the 1600 (4:39) and 800 (2:05.6), and Josh Broome captured the shot put (42-10) and discus (119-5) events to lead the Blue Dragons on Tuesday.
Middletown also got first place performances from Laurenzo Thompkins (300 IH, 43.8), Kareem Brackett (200, 23.7), Julian Carraway (javelin, 133-10), Taqi Bilal (triple jump, 41-9.25). and Jack Flynn (pole vault, 10-6).
Outdoor Girls Track
Bristol Central 96, Middletown 50 >> Blue Dragons senior Rajeen Mayo captured first place in the long jump (16-11) and triple jump (33-0) Tuesday at Middletown.
Jen Barbour was the runner-up in the long jump (16-10), while Shariffa Mason finished second in the triple jump (33-0).
Haddam-Killingworth 1, North Branford 0 >> Senior lefthander Griffin Bremer (6-0) struck out 10 and allowed only two hits en route to his second shutout of the season Tuesday at Higganum.
Luigi Fazzino had a double for the Cougars (8-1).
Tyler Hawk gave up just four hits for the T-birds (4-6).
Coginchaug 5, Hale-Ray 3 >> At Moodus, the Blue Devils remained unbeaten at 8-0 behind the pitching of Gabby Diaz and the hitting of Courtney Votto (3-for-3, three RBIs) and Destiny Helmedach (2-for-2, a triple, three runs scored).
Emily Traceski went 2-for-2 with two RBIs and two runs scored, while Cailey Botteon was 2-for-3 with an RBI for Hale-Ray (3-5).
North Branford 7, Haddam-Killingworth 1 >> Kayla Nowak broke open a 2-1 game with a three-run homer in the fifth to lead the T-birds on Tuesday at Higganum.
Lindsay Golia struck out nine for North Branford (7-3).
Kolby Burger homered for the Cougars (6-3).
Old Lyme 7, Haddam-Killingworth 0 >> The Wildcats handed H-K its sixth defeat of the season sweeping both singles and doubles play.
At No. 1 singles, Brendan White defeated Zach Carmichael 6-4, 6-2, while Old Lyme’s No. 1 duo of Josh Krasney and John Fairfield-Sohn defeated Alex Thompson and Kevin Hunt, 6-0, 6-0.
Xavier 4, Fairfield Prep 3 >> Richard Ciamarra topped Matt McKinney, 6-1, 6-0, to lead the Falcons Monday at Fairfield University.
Rob Borea also garnered a singles win, while the doubles tandems of John Borea and Sam Sokolowski, and Jack Curran and Matt Ferris captured wins for Xavier (4-2). The Jesuits fell to 4-3.
Coginchaug 5, Portland 2 >> At Durham, the Blue Devils got singles wins from Kyle Judson, Sam Temple and Austin Barrett, and doubles wins from the teams of Luke Fowler and Alex Preneta, and Joe Ertle and Scott Romeyn.
Valley Regional 6, Coginchaug 1 >> At Deep River, Hannah Halsey, Jackie Stevens, and Maggie Klin garnered straight set singles wins for the Warriors.
The Blue Devils win came at No. 1 singles where Melanie Frank topped Abby Wolff, 6-2 and 6-0.
Mercy 4, Career 3 >> At East Shore Athletic Complex, the Tigers swept the doubles matches behind Summer Klotzback and Meghan Tomassetti, Taylor Albert and Molly Garcia, and Nicole Jablonski and Presley Termini, while Marla Walton captured a singles win for Mercy (3-6).
Old Lyme 4, Haddam-Killingworth 3 >> The Cougars’ Reilly Fitzgibbons defeated Meredith Aird 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 singles. Mackenzie Earley and Jen Halleck also garnered singles wins for H-K.
Old Saybrook 6, Cromwell 1 >> The Panthers’ Lauren Pingree topped Amanda Lee 6-0, 6-0 to win the No. 1 singles match.
East Catholic 5, Middletown 2 >> The Blue Dragons top two doubles team won on Tuesday. Amanda and Marissa Bowen took first doubles in straight sets, while Isabel Gamble and Amy Kozlowski won a hard fought three-set match.
Xavier 3, Shelton 1 >> At Middletown, the Falcons topped the Gaels, 21-25, 26-24, 25-17 and 25-17 on Monday. Andre Zumerchik collected 13 kills and 11 digs, Kevin Berger had 40 assists and 11 digs, and Dylan Patel had nine digs for Xavier (5-2). Grant Fevrier had 11 kills for Shelton (5-4).