Senior Colin Murphy of Coginchaug and freshman Andrew Dunn of Middletown were co-medalists in Thursday’s golf match between the schools at Lyman Orchards Golf Club in Middlefield.

Murphy and Dunn shot 6-over 42, with Middletown winning the match 182-214 on Lyman’s Jones Course to complete a 3-0 week against its competition.

Dunn has been the medalist or co-medalist in four of the Blue Dragons’ five matches this season. Middletown is 5-0 overall.

Middletown sophomore Anthony Nanfito shot 46, senior Joey Snipes also shot 46, senior Ty Turcotte carded a 48 and senior Nick Connelly a 54.

For Coginchaug,  AJ Turman, Carson Sewell and Joe Cronk continued their consistent play with scores of 51, 58 and 63, respectively.

Both teams are back in action on Tuesday in separate matches at Lyman. Middletown will host Plainville in Central Connecticut Conference play, while Coginchaug faces Old Saybrook in the Shoreline Conference.

In other boys matches on Thursday:

Haddam-Killingworth 184, North Branford 184
At Black Birch Golf Course
Co-medalists: Andrew Fleig and Jacob Maier (H-K), 44
Other H-K scorers: Andrew Crayton 48, Gabe Barile 48.
North Branford scorers: Robert Cappella 45, Jack O’Brien 46, Dakota Cooper 46, Blake Pearson 47.
Records: H-K 3-1-1 (3-0-1 Shoreline), North Branford 3-1-2.

Portland 164, Valley Regional 218
At Black Hall CC (par 35)
Medalist: Luke Stennett, Portland, 36.
Other Portland scorers: Joseph LaMalfa 39, Quinn Lapinski 39, Eli Evison 50, Giovanni Discenza 50.
Valley Regional scorers: Jake Castellano 46, Will McLaughlin 53, Tyler Ruel 55, Kevin King 64, Riley Dickson 66.
Records: Portland 5-0 (3-0 Shoreline), Valley 1-4 (1-4 Shoreline).

Morgan 185, Old Lyme 202
At Black Hall CC (par 35)
Medalist: Pat Flanagan, Old Lyme, 41.
Other Old Lyme scorers: Andrew Hedberg 53, Manu Geronimo 57, Alex Chrysoulakis 51.
Morgan scorers: Nick Schmidt 47, CJ Guilano 45, Drew Nye 46, Tyler Greenhouse 47.
Records: Morgan 7-0, Old Lyme 1-4.


North Branford 6, Haddam-Killingworth 0: Cam Garrett spun a 2-hit shutout with 9 strikeouts to pull the T-Birds’ record even at 6-6. Todd Butler and Dylan Coon each had a hit for H-K (8-4).

North Branford………….100 000 5–6 5 0
Haddam-Killingworth…000 000 0–0 2 3

Batteries: NB–Cam Garrett and Ryan Michonski; HK–Liam Gordon and Nick Glynn. WP: Garrett; LP: Gordon.


Haddam-Killingworth 9, North Branford 4: Brooke Hickman pitched 5 innings of relief, allowing 1 run and striking out 8, as H-K beat North Branford for the second time this season. Ivy McNiel had 3 hits for the Cougars (12-1), who won their fifth straight. Kaleigh Bodak had 2 hits, scored 2 runs and drove in 2. Lauren Ackerman had 3 hits for the defending Shoreline Conference champion T-Birds (7-5).

Haddam-Killingworth…410 021 1–9 13 1
North Branford………….300 000 1–4 9 2

Girls Lacrosse

Sheehan 18, Mercy 7: Jayna Mackenzie scored 10 goals to lead the Titans (7-2) to their SCC victory over the Tigers (1-7). Lily Schoonmaker led Mercy with 5 goals and Mackenzie Kelley and Maddy Carbone also scored. Callia Borkowski had 5 saves in net for Mercy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *