Boys cross country
Xavier sweeps >> The Falcons defeated Foran (21-38), Hillhouse (15-50), and West Haven (15-50) on Tuesday at Mercy.
Xavier, which improved to 7-0, swept the top three spots behind Tom Blanchard (17:40), Trevor Christie (17:42), and Peter Goggins (17:47).
Middletown 16, Plainville 43 >> The visiting Blue Dragons swept the top four spots behind Ben Carlson (17:41), Jalen Coleman (17:58), Stefano Mazzeo (18:01), and Matt Lecky (18:07).
Girls cross country
Middletown 20, Plainville 41 >> Freshman Ariana Monarca led the Blue Dragons with a first place finish (20:44) Tuesday at the Plainville Middle School.
Also scoring for Middletown were Lexi Gonzalez (third, 22:10), Nicole Nenninger (fourth, 22:33), Lexi Guitard (fifth, 23:56) and Sarah Simmons (seventh, 24:55).
Mercy sweeps >> At Middletown, the Tigers raced past Foran (15-50), West Haven (15-50), and Hillhouse (15-50) Tuesday on their home course.
Mercy’s Bridgid Selfors won the race with a time of 19:38. Other top runners for the Tigers were Rachel Cipolla (third), Emma Ushchak (fourth), Elise Hallstead-Williams (fifth), and Maeve Williams (sixth).
Old Saybrook 2, Haddam-Killingworth 1 >> Ashton Reina and Seby Gallitto scored first half goals and the Rams (5-0-1) held on for a Shoreline win on Monday.
Anthony Karg had a goal and Jack Spooner made 10 saves for the Cougars (2-3).
Guilford 3, Mercy 1 >> At Bittner Park, Tatum Meder, Paige White, and Andrea Bascilicato netted goals for the host Indians (4-2-1) on Monday night.
Kate Richardson scored the Tigers (4-2-1) goal.
Sheehan 4, Haddam-Killingworth 0 >> At Higganum, Amanda Gray, Olivia Dubac, Julia Podchaiski, and Yasenia Domiquez each scored second half goals to lead the Titans (5-0-1) to a non-league win.
The Cougars fell to 1-5.
Middletown 96, E.O.Smith 88 >> Hallie McCabe won both the 200 Freestyle (2:21.54) and 100 Freestyle (1:00.86), and Kim Shekosky captured first in the 100 Butterfly (1:12.20) and 100 Breaststroke (1:22.01) to lead the host Blue Dragons to a CCC dual meet win on Tuesday.
Middletown (5-0) also got first place performances from Jessica Hart (100 Backstroke, 1:12.20) and the 200 Free Relay team of Hart, Shekosky, McCabe, which finished in 1:54.61.
Jessica McKenna Dale won both the 200IM (2:23.75) and the 500 Freestyle (5:46.42) to lead the Panthers (2-2).