Haddam-Killingworth 3, Valley Regional 0 >> Olivia Parmelee had 10 kills, seven service points, and 24 digs as Haddam-Killingworth remained unbeaten with a 25-19, 25-16, and 25-9 Shoreline Conference victory over Valley Regional Wednesday night at Higganum.
Lauren Brough had 10 kills, 28 digs, and four aces, while Carly Church had 25 assists and Michelle Church had 27 digs for the Cougars (5-0).
Sadie Swap had six kills and two aces, and Michaella Pace had four kills for the Warriors (1-3).
Branford 3, Mercy 1 >> At Middletown, Abby Atkinson had 15 kills, five blocks and 10 digs to lead the Hornets past the Tigers 25-27, 25-20, 27-25 and 25-17.
Adrienne Digoia had six digs and three kills for Branford (2-2).
For Mercy (3-1), Amy Boyle had five kills and five blocks. Fran Basadonna had 19 digs. and Jackie Kasinskas had 14 digs.
East Hampton 3, Cromwell 0 >> Sarah Massie had 14 kills and eight aces for the visiting Bellringers (4-0).
Lauren Tracy had three kills and Araya Lessard had three blocks for the Panthers.
Hale Ray 3, Old Lyme 0 >> Mary Pease had 11 aces and 20 assists in the Noises 25-9,
25-14 and 25-17 win at Moodus.
Andrea Wordell had nine kills and three blocks for Hale Ray (4-0).
Kasey Testa had three kills and Colleen Mueller had five digs for the Wildcats (1-4).
Middletown 5, Maloney 0 >> Sam Fletcher had two goals, and Jenna Lentini, Erika Huston and Ashley Polson had one goal apiece to lead the Blue Dragons (4-0) Wednesday night at Rosek-Skubel Stadium.
The Spartans fell to 1-3.
Mercy 3, Hamden 0 >> Olivia Ozycz, Kate Richardson, and Danielle Richardson each had one goal to lead the Tigers Wednesday at Middletown. Alyssa Morrissey made four saves for Mercy (3-1).
Hamden fell to 1-3.
Hale Ray 2, Portland 1 >> James Jones scored both goals for the Noises Tuesday night at Portland. Jake Linares made six saves for Hale-Ray.
Brady Marconi notched a second half goal, while Cole Ogorzalek finished with 12 saves for the Highlanders.
Boys Cross Country
Bristol Central 25, Middletown 31; Middetown 16, Platt 47 >> Ben Lanza (18:08) and Kennie Vaughan (18:57) finished 2-3 for the Blue Dragons Tuesday at Bristol Central.
Evan Dunn (seventh, 19:26 ) and Tyler Mann (eighth, 19:27) also placed in the top ten for Middletown.