Middletown 98, Bristol Central 83 >> At Middletown, the Blue Dragons captured their sixth straight win Tuesday night.
Middletown got individual first place performances from Kim Shekosky (200 IM, 2:36.30 and 500 Freestyle, 6:22.85), Jessica Hart (100 Butterfly, 1:13.59 and 100 Backstroke, 1:11.99), Cassie More (Diving, 167.10 Points), and Jenny Hawkins (100 Free, 1:00.53 and 100 Breaststroke, 1:23.41).
The Blue Dragons (6-0) also finished first (2:10.99) in the 200 Yard Medley relay (Hart, Shekosky, Hawkins, and Monica Flores), and the 400 Free Relay (Jamie Fuller, Lily Doan, Monica Flores, Emma Conquest) in 4:54.72.
Mackenzie Pina won the 50 Freestyle (27.78) and Meghan Curtis placed first in the 200 Freestyle (2:17.33) for Bristol Central.
Mercy 83, East Haven/ Wilbur Cross 67 >> At New Haven, the Tigers (3-5) got first place performances in Wednesday’s SCC dual meet from Emily Frost (200 Freestyle, 2:25.25), Claire Strom (50 Freestyle, 27.31 and 100 Freestyle, 1:00.75), and Abby Monaco (100 Butterfly, 1:13.49).
Laura Rosado won both the 200 IM (2:22.43) and the 500 Freestyle (5:29.55) for East Haven/Wilbur Cross.
Cromwell 3, Coginchaug 1 >> Senior O’Kara Kramer had 13 kills and nine digs, while junior setter Amaya Feitel had 20 assists and seven digs to lead the host Panthers to a 25-22, 25-23, 24-26 and 25-21 SLC win on Wednesday.
Kaila Donadio added four digs and two aces for Cromwell (7-4).
Bailey Zettergren had 22 digs and Emily Clancy added three aces for the Blue Devils (4-7).
Mercy 6, North Haven 0 >> Christiana Bevilaqua and Kendall Castro had two goals apiece to lift the visiting Tigers to an SCC win on Wednesday.
Blake Braman collected a goal and two assists, and Megan McClellan added a goal for Mercy (2-6).
The Indians fell to 2-8.
Xavier 2, West Haven 0 >> At Middletown, senior Owen Stevenson netted two goals and Alec Barca preserved the shutout with three saves to lead the host Falcons (3-3-3) on Wednesday.
Alex Saier stopped seven shots for the Blue Devils (4-4).