By Press Staff
Middletown 99.5, Bristol Eastern 50.5 >> The Blue Dragons swept all three relay events en route to a CCC win Tuesday.
Middletown also got first place performances from London Highsmith (100, 11.3 seconds), Mateo Alvarez (1600, 5:00 and 3200, 10:47), Isaiah Thompkins (300 hurdles, 43.2), Ben Schaff (800, 2:07), Kareem Brackett (200, 23.0), Tim Harvey (long jump, 19.7), Taqi Bilal (triple jump, 40-5), Jeremy Perry (high jump, 5-10) and Josh Broome (discus, 116-2).
Bristol Eastern 77, Middletown 73 >> The Blue Dragons were led by senior Rajeen Mayo, who won the long jump and triple jump, and was part of the winning 4×100 relay; senior Arabia, who won the 100 and 200, and was also part of the winning 4×100 relay; and senior Jasmine McMillan, who captured the high jump and the 300 Hurdles, and was the runner-up in the 200.
Southington 11, Mercy 6 >> At Middletown, Carolynn Keal scored a game-high five goals and Morgan Raymond had three goals to lead Southington (4-0).
Danielle Richardson had two goals and Danielle Veronneau, Olivia Oczyk, Casey Nelson and Emma Bonassar had one goal apiece for the Tigers (2-3).
Middletown 6, Windsor 1 >> The Blue Dragons swept all three doubles matches en route to a CCC victory Tuseday.
Fairfield Prep 157, Xavier 168 >> Andrew Sciarretta earned medalist honors with a 35 to lead the Jesuits (1-1) on Tuesday at the Country Club of Fairfield.
The Falcons scoring lineup included Dan Higgins (39), AJ Sanzaro (42), Bryan Stanton (43), and Alex Jenkins (44).
Portland 166, Canton 168, Old Saybrook 209 >> At Portland Golf Course, the Highlanders Timmy Leonard and Canton’s Logan Anderson were co-medalists by each shooting a 40.
Portland (4-0) was also led by Jon Twichell (41), Nick Piersall (42), and Connor Giveans (43).
Jamie DeAntonis shot a 43 for Old Saybrook (0-2).
Kaynor Tech 188, Vinal Tech 216 >> The Hawks (2-5) were led by Austin Urban (48) and Evan Amara (52).
Kaynor Tech remained unbeaten at 6-0 behind co-medalists Jonathan Hailstones and Ekrem Fonti, who each shot 43.