Luke Weisenberg pitched six strong innings for Middletown and Diego Carrillo and Eric Wilson had 3 hits apiece as the Blue Dragons bounced back from their first loss with a 9-2 win over Plainville on Wednesday.
Weisenberg, a sophomore right-hander, allowed 3 hits, walked 2 and struck out 7 and did not allow an earned run. Carillo was 3 for 3 with 3 RBIs, 3 steals and 2 runs scored, while Wilson scored a run and drove in one.
“It was a big day for both Luke and Diego,” said Middletown coach Dan Botti, whose club improved to 3-1 after losing to Platt 4-2 on Monday. “We’re glad the boys bounced back with a good win after we let one get away from us a bit on Monday. We’re hoping to cap off the week with another win.”
Middletown visits Rockville on Friday.
Caleb Reed added 2 hits, a steal and run scored to the Middletown offense. Corey Turcotte, AJ Quinn and Dan Lapham also had a hit each.
In other baseball games Wednesday:
Cromwell 6, Coginchaug 5: Host Cromwell built a 6-0 lead through 4 innings before the Blue Devils rallied with 3 runs in the fifth and two in the seventh. Brandon Berean got the win, allowed an earned run on 4 hits with no walks and 6 strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings of work. Colby DiMenna worked the final 2 1/3. Zach Zajac was 2 for 4 with a double and 2 RBIs for the Panthers (3-2) and Antonio Iozzo drove in 2 runs. Jack Franceschet had 2 hits, scored 2 runs and drove in 1 for the Blue Devils (2-3). Henry Bugai took the loss for Coginchaug.
Old Saybrook 3, Morgan 1: Noah Grace pitched 6 innings for the win, Connor Lane threw a scoreless seventh for the save and the Rams won their fourth straight to open the season. Garret Garbinski took the loss for the Huskies (1-6). He allowed 3 runs on 6 hits, walked none and struck out 11. Jake Butler was 2 for 3 with an RBI and run, and Noah Hester also had 2 hits for Old Saybrook. Morgan scored its only run on an Ethan Reemsnyder home run, his second blast of the season. Ethan Ranaudo had 2 hits for the Huskies.
Haddam-Killingworth 5, Old Lyme 4: Junior right-hander Callen Powers went the distance, striking out 6, for his first victory of the season. Nick Glynn and Ryan Erskine had 2 hits and an RBI apiece for the Cougars (3-2).
Hale-Ray 12, East Hampton 3: Oliver Ross homered, had 3 of the Noises’ 13 hits, drove in 4 runs and scored twice in a road win over the Bellringers (1-3). Austin Sevigny homered and drove in 4 runs, while Sam Forsythe, Joe Kalisz and Miles Gagne had 2 hits and an RBI piece in Hale-Ray’s third straight win after a season-opening loss. Ross pitched 5 innings for the win, allowing 3 earned runs on 7 hits, walking 1 and striking out 5. Avery Hall had 2 hits for East Hampton, Dan Cascio tripled and scored a run, and RJ Stanford and Hunter Peszynski each had an RBI.
North Branford 5, Portland 1: T-Birds starter Mike Virginelli struck out 13 and allowed only 2 hits in a complete-game victory over the Highlanders (0-3). North Branford (2-2) had 6 hits. Santiago Rodriguez and Casey Hurtgen had 2 hits each for the Wildcats (2-2). Both teams had 8 hits.
East Hampton 11, Hale-Ray 4: The Bellringers had 14 hits, led by Olivia DeMartino’s 3-for-4 day with 2 triples and a single, 2 RBIs and 3 runs scored. Chelsea Woods pitched 5 innings for the win and helped herself with 2 singles and a double, 2 RBIs and 3 runs. Sammi LaFemina had a home run, a triple and scored 2 runs for the Noises. She also turned a 6-unassisted double play to stop the Bellringers in the third inning.
Valley Regional 22, Westbrook/Portland 0 (6 innings): Anna Benson pitched a 2-hitter with 9 strikeouts and was 3 for 4 at the dish with 2 RBIs and 2 runs scored to lead the Warriors. Taylor Rae homered and drove in 4 runs for Valley, while Samantha Pierce (3 runs), Vivian Paradis and Riley Soares (3 RBIs) had 2 hits apiece. Pierce, Abby Amara, Madison Sheehan and Katie Schaefer drove in 2 runs each. Tara Fitzgibbons and Leah May each had a single for Westbrook/Portland.
Valley Regional 199, Old Saybrook 202
At Black Hall CC, Old Lyme (white tees, par-35)
Medalist: Tyler Ruel, Valley Regional, 45
Other Valley scorers: Kevin King 48, Jake Castellano 51, Will McLaughlin 55, Riley Dickson 73
Old Saybrook scorers: Drew Kulmann 46, Connor Cassena 51, Rylan Murphy 52, Adam Dower 53, Peter Wisialowski 57
Coginchaug 197, North Haven 215
At Lyman Orchards GC, Middlefield
Medalist: Colin Murphy, Coginchaug, 38
Other Coginchaug scorers: AJ Turman 41, Carson Sewell 54, Declan Kelly 64
North Haven scorers: Chris Labonnara 54, Kevin Lawlor 53, Will Sagnella 48, Dinny LaDore 60
Morgan 179, Hale-Ray 196
At Clinton CC (front nine, par-36)
Medalist: Luke Karpiej, Hale-Ray, 37
Other Hale-Ray scorers: Hunter Rafala 47, Caleb Jessee 56, Joel Kindel 56
Morgan scorers: Drew Nye 43, Ray Swan 44, Nicholas Schmidt 45, CJ Giuliano 47
Records: Morgan 4-0, Hale-Ray 0-1
Haddam-Killingworth 3, Old Saybrook 2
Bryce Lieberman (HK) def. Logan Medbury (OS) 6-0, 6-0
Eddie White (HK) def. Daniel Steindl (OS) 6-1, 6-0
Joey Mercier (HK) def. Victor Fuda 6-1, 6-4
Michael Kapij and Jack Forrestt (OS) def. Gus luzietti and Joe wissinger 6-1, 6-4
Zach Nichols and Joe maselli (OS) def. Ezekiel Stevens and William Livot 6-3, 6-4
Old Lyme 7, North Branford 0
Abby Sicuranza def. Dhruvi Patel 6-0, 6-1
Sam Tan def. Payton Kamienski 6-0, 6-0
Callie Bass def. Molly LaCroix 6-0, 6-0
Elaina Morosky def. Bridget Betzner 6-0, 6-0
Livie Bass / Fiona Hufford def. Catherine Pollock / Cynthia Pujols 6-2, 6-2
Aggie Hunt/ Beatrice Hunt def. Christin Wessoleck / Karma Melillo 6-1, 6-0
Olivia Schaedler / Tova Toriello def. Diya Patel / Daytona Kamienski 6-3, 6-0