Pictured: Cromwell came away with a 1-0 Shoreline Conference home win over Valley Regional on Thursday. Olivia Lusitani scored for the Panthers. (Photo by Paul Augeri)
Kate Donlan scored twice for Mercy, but Nicole Grosso’s unassisted goal with 15 minutes left in the match gave Amity a 2-2 tie with the Tigers on Thursday in Woodbridge.
Iza Kurpois gave Amity (7-1-1) a 1-0 lead just 44 seconds into the match. Donlan scored in the 39th minute on an assist from Allie Epright to tie it before giving Mercy (6-2-2) the lead in the 55th minute.
Amity had 10 shots on goal to Mercy’s 6.
The Spartans, ranked fourth in the Class LL/L coaches poll, beat the Tigers 2-1 in their first meeting of the season.
Melina Ford had 8 saves for Mercy, while Grace Lodewick had 4 for Amity.
Mercy’s next game is Tuesday at West Haven.
Middletown 7, Hartford Public 0
Highlights: Briana Rigano scored her first varsity goal as Middletown rolled on the road. Alexa DeSena, Madison Mounts, Abby Johnson, Jessica Magnano, Jenaya Salafia and Mariah Spada also scored as Middletown totaled 28 shots on goal. Tessa Labbadia and Layla Pini shared the shutout in net. Hartford Public’s Jennifer Quijada had 8 saves.
Next Game: Middletown (4-3-1) at Manchester, Tuesday, 3:45.
Old Lyme 3, Haddam-Killingworth 1
Highlights: Old Lyme scored 3 unanswered goals, 2 in the second half, to beat H-K at home. Tu-lanh Criscoulo scored for the Cougars on an assist from Julia Favalora in the first half before the Wildcats’ Kate Walsh tied it. Alex Fenton and Ella Curtiss-Reardon scored for the Wildcats in the second half. Old Lyme keeper Olivia Kely had 6 saves. Brianna Nugent had 7 saves for H-K.
Next Game: H-K (5-4-1) hosts Hale-Ray, Tuesday; Old Lyme (5-0-4) hosts Westbrook, Monday.
East Hampton 4, Hale-Ray 2
Highlights: Bri Miller had the hat trick and Abbie Miller also scored to lead the Bellringers to a Shoreline win in Moodus.
Next Game: East Hampton hosts Valley Regional, Monday; Hale-Ray visits H-K, Tuesday.
Morgan 3, Coginchaug 0
Highlights: Alex Gallardo, Matt Lopez and Tyler Mucha scored for the Huskies, who improved to 9-1-1, in their Shoreline win. Lopez was assisted by Mucha and Mucha was assisted by Lopez. Morgan outshot Coginchaug 27-2. Bailey Goss had 2 saves in the shutout, while Coginchaug’s Logan Bender had 14.
Next Game: Morgan at Cromwell, Tuesday; Coginchaug at Portland, Tuesday.