Mercy 2, Sacred Heart Academy 1 >> At Hamden, Kate Richardson notched the game-winning goal in the 64th minute, with an assist from Sophia Finkeldey, to lift the visiting Tigers on Tuesday.
Camille Gilarde scored a first half goal, while Alyssa Morrissey stopped six shots for Mercy (3-0-2).
The Pacers’ Allie Brennan tied it with a goal in the 51st minute. Annie Cunningham had an assist, while Alexa Fiala made four saves for Sacred Heart (2-2-1).
Portland 2, Old Saybrook 2 >> Marisa Colla and Nicole Picard had one goal apiece, while Ashlee Paradis made seven saves for the visiting Highlanders (2-1-2).
Maggie Smith and Allison Bruehwiler scored for the Rams (1-2-1).
Valley Regional 8, Hale Ray 1 >> At Moodus, Ashley Sherman and Maleena Frazier had two goals apiece to lead the Warriors (3-0) on Monday night.
Armahni Smith scored for the Noises (0-3).
Mercy 3, West Haven 1 >> Megan Fusco and Kiara Garrity each had seven kills and four aces in the Tigers’ 25-22, 25-18, 23-25 and 25-16 SCC win at West Haven.
Jackie Kasinskas added 13 digs and six aces for Mercy (4-1). The Blue Devils fell to 3-2.
Mercy 58, East Haven 30 >> Emily DeVivo, Lauren Day, Marly Carroll, and Morgan Hughes won the 200 Medley Relay to pace the visiting Tigers on Tuesday.
Mercy’s winning time was 2:12.22.
Cassie Lombardo won the 200 IM (2:44.41), Claire Strom placed first in the 100 Butterfly (1:07.58), and Day captured the 50 Freestyle (29.84) for the Tigers (1-1).
Shannon Wynne won both the 200 Freestyle (2:22.08) and 100 Freestyle (1:07.30) for the Yellow Jackets (0-2).
Farmington 97, Middletown 79 >> At Farmington, the Blue Dragons (2-1) were led by Emma Lecky (100 Freestyle), Jessica Hart (Backstroke), Kim Shekosky (Breaststroke), Jenny Hawkins (200 IM and 500 Freestyle), and Erin Hughes (Diving).
Boys cross country
Xavier sweeps >> At Middletown, the Falcons defeated Branford (15-50), West Haven (15-50) and Career (15-50) on Tuesday. Steele Moran led Xavier’s sweep with a first-place finish in 18:14. Owen Curran and Trevor Anderson followed in 18:15, while Dan Hettrick was fourth (18:18) and Owen Lally placed fifth (18:24) for the Falcons.
Girls cross country
Middletown 15, Maloney 50 >> The Blue Dragons (1-1) swept behind first-place finisher Lexi Gonzalez, runner-up Kaylee Morosky, Megan Hodge, Abbey Clemmey, and Julianna Bojnowski.
Mercy sweeps >> At Middletown, the Tigers swept Branford (26-31), West Haven (15-50) and Career (15-50) on Tuesday.
Bridgid Selfors paced Mercy with a first-place finish in 19:12, while teammate Mackenzie Pias was the runner-up in 19:37.
Cyrene Nicholas placed third (20:57) for the Hornets.