East Hampton 2, Portland 0 >> Bellringers senior pitcher Marvin Gorgas tossed his fourth consecutive shutout to extend his scoreless innings streak to 33 on Wednesday at East Hampton.
Gorgas, who improved to 6-0, allowed just two hits. Gorgas also slammed a two-run homer, after an Owen Wosleger single, in the fifth inning.
East Hampton is 16-2. Portland fell to 11-7.
Cromwell 13, Valley Regional 0 >> At Monnes Field, winning pitcher Tucker Lord (7-0) allowed just three hits and Logan Lessard went 2-for-4 with four RBI’s to lead the Panthers.
Jake Regula went 3-for-5 and Mike McNally was 2-for-3 with three runs scored for Cromwell (16-3).
The Warriors fell to 8-11.
Hale-Ray 27, Grasso Tech 1 >> At Moodus, Brian Johnson had two triples, five RBI’s and five runs scored, while Jason Traceski had three hits and three runs scored for the Noises (7-11).
Alex Rivera had a double and a run scored for Grasso Tech (1-13).
Haddam-Killingworth 2, Coginchaug 1 >> Junior pitcher Brian Moskey (5-2) struck out eight and scattered four hits to get his fifth win of the season.
Moskey also had two hits for the Cougars (13-5).
John Mormile struck out nine and gave up only three hits for the Blue Devils (5-13).
Ellington 9, Haddam-Killingworth 2 >> James Harney’s three-run homer keyed a six-run first inning as the host Knights rolled to a non-league win on Tuesday.
Graeme Caso struck out seven and scattered only four hits for Ellington (13-5).
Anthony Marino had two hits and two RBI’s for the Cougars (12-6).
Portland 3, Norwich Tech 2 >> The Highlanders (11-6) scored two runs in the seventh to edge host Norwich Tech in a non-league contest on Tuesday.
Trailing 2-1, Nick Adamsons RBI single scored Cole Ogorzalek to tie it. Leo Thomas then singled in Adamsons with the winning run.
Ogorzalek (eight strikeouts, no walks) went the distance for the win.
Bryce Bedard homered for the Warriors (12-7).
Valley Regional 6, Cromwell 0 >> Michaela Lavy struck out 14 while scattering four hits to lead the visiting Warriors on Wednesday.
Lavy also went 2-for-4 with a double and a triple. Emily Dona, Morgan Bakoledis (three RBIs), and Sarah Curran each had two hits for Valley (6-10).
Megan Fazekas had two hits for the Panthers (6-10).
East Hampton 19, Old Lyme 7 >> Jenna DeMartino had a triple, double, and four RBIs, Taylor Muncy reached base five times with two hits and three walks, and Natalie Moon had three hits and scored three runs for the host Bellringers (6-9) on Tuesday.
Kyra Teixeira had three hits and two runs scored for the Wildcats (3-13).
Kaynor Tech 22, Vinal Tech 1 (6) >> At Middletown, sophomore pitcher Nathalia Vega notched her 100th strikeout of the season to lead the Panthers. Vega also homered as Kaynor Tech improved to 14-4.
The Hawks fell to 3-13.
Old Saybrook 11, Haddam-Killingworth 2 >> At Higganum, Lauren Pascoe hit a three-run homer and Paige Trabucchi, Madison Eucalitto and Eilis Welsh each collected three hits for the Rams (10-5).
Caroline Fortuna and Kolby Burger each had two hits each and an RBI for the Cougars (12-4).
Vinal Tech 21, Grasso Tech 3 (5) >> At Middletown, freshman pitcher Jasmyn Patterson allowed only one hit and struck out four to lead the Hawks.
Karen Agogliati homered and singled, and Angela Sidorski singled and drew three walks for Vinal Tech (4-12).
Grasso Tech fell to 3-15.
Portland 12, Goodwin Tech 5 >> At New Britain, Ruth Kelly had three hits, and Olivia Briggs, Rachael Duckworth, Morgan Nadeau, and Emily Guilmette chipped in with two hits apiece for the Highlanders (3-14).
Mercy 18, Sacred Heart Academy 8 >> Emma Bonassar scored five goals and Casey Nelson added four goals to lead the Tigers at Hamden.
Olivia Ozycz and Danielle Richardson each had three goals, while Jessica Corcoran made 10 saves for Mercy (7-8).
Deirdre Reidy had three goals for the Pacers (4-11).
Hamden 14, Mercy 12 (OT) >> Cara Kennedy (six goals), Sam Cozzalino (four goals), and Danielle Wendland (three goals) led the host Green Dragons (8-7) on Tuesday.
Emma Bonassar and Danielle Veronneau each had three goals, while Olivia Ozycz and Casey Nelson had two goals apiece for the Tigers (6-8).
Middletown 5, Windsor Locks 2 >> Lance Timmons, Peter Flynn, and Ben Lanza captured singles wins for the visiting Blue Dragons (4-7) on Tuesday.
Westbrook 4, Coginchaug 3 >> At Durham, Garrett D’Amato (6-4, 6-0) and Kyle Judson (6-4, 6-4) won singles matches, while Brian Jubelirer and Scott Romeyn earned a doubles win for the Blue Devils.
Xavier 6, Jonathan Law 1 >> At Milford, Richard Ciamarra (6-0, 6-0), Rob Borea (6-0, 2-6, 6-0), James Rosborough (6-2, 6-2), and Michael Higgins (6-0, 6-0) completed a singles sweep for the Falcons (11-4).
Middletown 7, Platt >> The host Blue Dragons (7-5) moved within one win of qualifying for the state tournament. Alex Korik, Corinne O’Toole, Carlie Panaswich, and Mackenize Terminello each rolled to singles wins, while the doubles sweep was led by Amanda and Marissa Bowen, Amy Kozlowski and Isabel Gamble, and Bethany Hong and Nicole Jackson.
Bristol Eastern 4, Middletown 3 >> Alex Korik, Corinne O’Toole, and Mackenzie Terminello each captured singles wins for the Blue Dragons (6-5) at Bristol.
Haddam-Killingworth 4, Old Saybrook 3 >> Reilly Fitzgibbons, Mackenzie Earley, and Allison Sheahan rolled to straight set singles wins, while the duo of Jackie Stephens and Emma Martone captured the third doubles match for the visiting Cougars.
Xavier 152, Guilford 163 >> At Madison Country Club, Alex Jenkins earned medalist honors with a score of 35 to lead the Falcons (13-3), which clinched the SCC Division 1 regular season championship.
Ryan Deville (36), Mike Zacariello (40) and AJ Sanzaro (41) also scored for Xavier.
Jamie Webb, Sienna Fucci, and Trent Kaisen all shot 40s for Guilford (5-11).
Hale-Ray 191, Coginchaug 202 >> At Fox Hopyard (East Haddam), medalist Shane Fiala led the Noises to a home victory with a score of 42.
Valley Regional 175, North Branford 213 >> At Fox Hopyard (East Haddam), Tyler Boland earned medalist honors with a 41 to lead the Warriors. Also scoring for Valley were Keegan Bauman (44), Joe diTommaso (45) and Justin Craco (45).
Brendan Appi shot a 48 for the T-birds.
Oliver Wolcott 209, Vinal Tech 215 >> At Torrington Country Club, medalist Hunter Goslee shot a 47 for Wolcott (7-9).
Austin Urban shot a 48 for the Hawks (3-9).
Portland 171, Hale-Ray 182 >> Nick Piersall shot a 39 and Timmy Leonard shot a 42 to lead the Highlanders Tuesday at the Portland Golf Course.
The Noises were led by medalist Shane Fiala (37) and Justin Fiala (39).
Hand 209, Mercy 217 >> At Lyman Meadows Golf Course, Hand’s Gabby Martin earned medalist honors with a 43.
The Tigers (5-4) were led by Alyssa Scandura (52), Mackenzie Dugan (53), Jamie Corrone (55) and Betty Smith (57).
Hand improved to 11-1.
Middletown 137, Bulkeley 9 >> Ben Schaff placed first in the 800 and 1600, Kareem Brackett won the 100 and 200, and Laurenzo Thompkins captured both the 110 and 300 hurdles events for the host Blue Dragons on Tuesday.