Girls Outdoor Track
Coginchaug 78, Morgan 68; Coginchaug 78, Lyman Hall 71 >> At Durham, the Blue Devils got first place performances from Allison Luther (javelin, 100 and 200), Samantha Drop (1600), Jessica Drop (800), and Samantha Vigue (3200).
Mercy 90, Hamden 60; Mercy 102. Law 47 >> The Tigers defeated Quinnipiac rival Hamden at Hamden HIgh School on Tuesday. Mercy swept both hurdle events as well as the 1600, 800, and shot put. They also won both the 4×8 and 4×4 relays. The Tigers’ Mariah Dunn (100), Anna Weis (400), Victoria Fiore (100 and 200), and Ally Kiley (800) each qualified for states.
Boys Outdoor Track
Morgan 89, Coginchaug 60 >> At Durham, the Blue Devils got first place performances from Nathaniel Weir (discus and javelin), Alec Bogen (high jump), Noah French (pole vault), Christian Alberico (1600 and 3200), and Zach Taylor (300 hurdles).
Coginchaug 4, North Branford 3 >> Kyle Judson, Sam Temple, Alex Cole each captured singles matches, while Brian Jubelirer and Scott Romeyn teamed for a win at second doubles for the visiting Blue Devils (5-8).
Shelton 7, Mercy 0 >> Rigel Mahmood topped Natalie Harackiewicz, 6-1 and 6-4, to lead the Gaels (6-2) to a sweep Tuesday at Wesleyan.
The Tigers fell to 3-8.
Portland 163, Valley Regional 183 >> The Highlanders’ Nick Piersall was the medalist with a score of 37.
Ethan Thompson shot 42 to lead the Warriors (4-2).
Hale-Ray 183, Windsor Locks 197 >> Shane Fiala shot a 39 to earn medalist honors, while Justin Fiala shot a 41 for the Noises (4-2).
Platt Tech 201, Vinal Tech 223 >> Austin Urban (47) led the Hawks at Orange Hills Country Club.
Old Lyme 188, Coginchaug 198 >> The Wildcats (3-1) picked up the home win behind medalist Jake Tiffany (42). Graham Aird (44) and Will Roberts (46) also helped out the Wildcats.
Matt Fontaine (43) and John McLaughlin (44) led the Blue Devils.
Cheshire 158, Xavier 169 >> Chris Simione (37) picked up medalist honors for the Rams.
The Falcons (7-3) were led by Alex Jenkins (39), Ryan DeVille (42), AJ Sanzaro (44) and Bryan Stanton (44).
Valley Regional 9, Cromwell 5 >> At Deep River, winning pitcher Michaela Lavy had 12 strikeouts and also went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI’s to lead the Warriors.
Jill Cayer went 3-for-5 with three RBI’s and Kaleigh Caulfield was 2-for-4 with an RBI for Valley (4-5).
Malorie Leone went 2-for-4 with an RBI, Kate Pietraszek had two RBI’s, and Nicole Poole was 2-for-4 for the Panthers (4-6).
Old Saybrook 7, East Hampton 0 >> Winning pitcher Effie Gianitsos tossed a one-hitter with nine strikeouts, while Laura Walsh and Emily Santamaria each had three hits for the visiting Rams (6-3).
Kaylie Ryan had the only hit for the Bellringers.
Old Saybrook 13, Portland 1 (5) >> The Rams completed a day-night doubleheader sweep on Tuesday with a victory over the Highlanders under the lights at Brownstone Park.
Lauren Pascoe went 4-for-4 with three singles and a home run for Old Saybrook (7-3).
Portland fell to 0-7.