Senior outduels Panthers sophomore star Lily Kenney as Coginchaug pushes win streak to 8. “We had Kelly on the ropes … she’s a special pitcher,” Panthers coach Angelo Morello said.
Senior left-hander finishes with 11 K’s, a home run and five RBIs as Tigers rout Lauralton Hall 14-2; Nicole Saraceno, Amelia Andruskiewicz and Ashley DeLuca contribute two hits each.
Junior drives in 4 runs, starter Ian Mihalopoulos has solid outing and Tyler Szrejna gets the save as host Cromwell outlasts Valley Regional for 11th victory, 6-4.
Kiley Mullins strikes out nine, North Branford improves to 11-1 with 6-0 win over Old Lyme. Also: Malena Signorello has 4 hits for Cromwell; Old Lyme baseball still in postseason running.
Coginchaug senior walks none, strikes out 10 to beat Hale-Ray 6-0; North Branford softball knocks off Cromwell for 2nd straight day; H-K’s Bella Richwine beats Morgan for 5th win.
East Hampton alum, citing the need to spend more time with his family, says he’ll take time away from coaching altogether; won 139 games and the 2018 Shoreline championship.
Shoreline leader Coginchaug (12-2) makes it five straight with 7-3 win over Old Lyme; Kolby Pascarelli allows 3 hits and strikes out 10 in 6 innings, while Owen Clancy produces 3 hits.
Lindsey Onofrio drives in winning run to lift Thunderbirds to 10-9 victory, ending Panthers’ run of 11 consecutive wins. Malena Signorello has 3 hits for Cromwell.
Warriors (10-3) rally with five runs in sixth inning, Braeden Sparaco goes distance in 5-2 win, team’s eighth in nine games. Also Monday: Cromwell softball wins 11th in row; Mercy rolls.
North Branford (6-1) has won three games since restarting its season after two-week quarantine. Now, coach Nick DeLizio’s squad faces challenge of 10 games in next 10 days.