Starter Victoria Gage and reliever Emma Bayor kept Coginchaug’s high-powered offense in check, while Jenna Schauder and Ava Roth drove in 2 runs each to lead Old Lyme to a 5-3 Shoreline Conference softball win Tuesday in Durham.

The Wildcats improved to 10-3 overall, 9-3 in the conference, while the Blue Devils fell to 9-3 and 8-2.

Gage pitched 4 2/3 innings for the win, allowing 2 runs on 7 seven hits with no walks and 1 strikeout. Bayor limited the Blue Devils to a run on 3 hits over the final 2 1/3 innings for the save.

Schauder was 2 for 4 while Anna Eichholz had 2 hits and scored twice.

Mia Poturnicki took the loss for Coginchaug.

Haddam-Killingworth 17, Valley Regional 7: The Shoreline-leading Cougars blasted 4 home runs, including a grand slam by freshman Caley Napoletano. Cheyenne LaTouche, Annabella Zajac and Ivy McNiel also went deep. Napoletano finished with 6 RBIs, while Kaleigh Bodak and Bella Richwine each had 3 hits for H-K. Valley’s Sammy Pierce had 4 hits, including a home run. H-K improved to 13-1 while Valley slipped to 5-8.

H-K…..148 211 0–17 17 2
Valley..011 400 1–7 7 2

Batteries: HK–Brooke Hickman, Kaleigh Bodak (3), Hickman (4) and Maddy LaTouche; VR–Anna Benson, Mckenzie Mule (5) and Sammy Pierce. WP: Hickman (2-0); LP: Benson (5-8)

Elsewhere around the county on Tuesday:

Baseball

Old Lyme 8, Coginchaug 3: Senior Alex Roth drove in 3 runs and Old Lyme’s 4-run fifth inning, coupled with 3 insurance runs in the seventh, were enough offense to put away Coginchaug in Shoreline Conference action in Durham.

Roth had 2 hits and sophomore Grady Lacourciere supplied 2 hits and 2 RBIs as the Wildcats (5-8) ended the 8-5 Blue Devils’ 3-game winning streak.

Aidan Ward pitched 6 innings for the win and Santiago Rodriguez finished with a scoreless seventh.

Jayson Penney had 2 hits and drove in 2 runs for Coginchaug. Connor Willett, who struck out 10 over 6 innings, took the loss for the Blue Devils.

Morgan 4, Cromwell 1: Garret Garbinski led the Huskies to victory on the mound. The senior right-hander went 7 innings, allowing 1 run on 2 hits and striking out 11. Colby Dimenna took the loss for Cromwell. He went 6 innings, allowing 4 runs on 6 hits and striking out 2. Ethan Reemsnyder led Morgan with 2 hits in 3 at-bats.

Boys Golf

Portland 163, Haddam-Killingworth 182
At Portland Golf Course
Medalist: Luke Stennett, Portland, 1-over 36
Other Portland scorers: Quinn Lapinski 44, Joe LaMalfa 38, Eli Evison 45, Ben Fecteau 47
H-K scorers: Andrew Fleig 46, Gabe Barile 48, Jacob Maier 47, Andrew Crayton 49, Declan Kessler 41

Fairfield Prep 152, Xavier 174
At Brooklawn CC, Fairfield
Co-medalists: Charlie Duffy (FP) and Mike Rothberg (FP), 37
Xavier scorers: John Thompson 40, John Carrozzella 41, Madison Whitney 45, Brady Pill 48
Other Fairfield Prep scorers: Charlie Duffy 37, Mike Rothberg 37, Mark Valus 39, Jack Gifford 39
Records:  Xavier 3-5; Fairfield Prep 5-0

Coginchaug 185, Old Saybrook 189
At Lyman Orchards-Player Course
Medalist: Colin Murphy, Coginchaug, 2-over-par 37
Other Coginchaug scorers: AJ Turman 43, Carson Sewell 49, Joe Cronk 56
Old Saybrook scorers: Drew Kulmann 45, Rylan Murphy 43, Connor Cassella 46, Adam Dower 55.
Shoreline records: Coginchaug 1-3, Old Saybrook 2-4-1.

Hale-Ray 196, Old Lyme 208
At Black Hall Club, Old Lyme (back nine)
Medalist: Luke Karpiej, Hale-Ray, 1-over 37
Other Hale-Ray scorers: Hunter Rafala 52, Caleb Jessee 52, Joel Kindel 55.
Old Lyme scorers: Pat Flanagan 40, Alex Chrysoulakis 49, Evan Montville 61, Manu Geronimo 60.

Portland 165, Old Lyme 202
At Portland Golf Course
Medalist: Luke Stennett, Portland, 2-over 37
Other Portland scorers: Quinn Lapinski 42, Joe LaMalfa 44, Eli Evison 42, Aidan Peterson 47
Old Lyme scorers: Pat Flanagan 45, Andrew Hedberg 52, Alex Chrysoulakis 52, Manu Geronimo 59, Evan Montville 53.

North Branford 176, Morgan 192
At Indian Springs Golf Course
Medalist: Jack O’Brien, North Branford, 39
Other North Branford scorers: Dakota Cooper 44, Robert Cappella 41, Drew Girardi 52, Blake Pearson 53.
Morgan scorers: Nick Schmidt 51, CJ Guliano 46, Drew Nye 46, Tyler Treehouse 49, Jack Nye 55.

Daniel Hand 169, Xavier 177
At Portland Golf Course
Medalist: Reece Scott, Hand, 3-over 38
Other Hand scorers: Matt Gagliardi 40, Dave Ginsburg 44, Kas Lesnik 47.
Xavier scorers: John Carrozzella 42, Finn Russell 45, Brady Pill 45, John Thompson 45.
Records: Xavier 3-4; Hand 3-2.

Boys Tennis

East Hampton 6, Old Saybrook 1
Singles
Pat Gavrylchuk (EH) def. Logan Medbury 6-1, 6-0.
Victor Fuda (OS) def. Konrad Piech 1-6, 7-5, 6-4.
Reilly Howard (EH) def. Daniel Steindl 6-0, 6-0.
Ben Fields (EH) def. Brent Ling 6-1, 6-0
Doubles
Matt Piela and Romain Le Floc’h (EH) def. Mike Kapij and Jack Forrest 7-5, 6-2.
Anthony Miro and Ethan Fields (EH) def. Zach Nichols and Joe Maselli 6-0, 6-2.
East Hampton wins by forfeit.

Old Lyme 7, Coginchaug 0
Singles
Charles Hinckley def. Zack Ryer: 6-1, 6-1
Griffin McGlinchey def. Luke Charest: 6-0, 6-0
Will Danes def. Will Fournier: 6-0, 6-0
Aidan Kerrigan def. Forfeit Win
Doubles
Micah Bass & Nikolai Stephens-Zumbaum def. Liam Ullman & Cole Wright: 6-0, 6-0
Andy Sicuranza & Jed Arico def. Nick Piscatelli & Yusha Hossein: 6-3, 6-0
Alis Bicic & Leland Hine win by forfeit.

Morgan 6, Cromwell 1
Singles
Joseph Morse (M) def. Tyler Daniels (C) 6-0, 6-0
Zach Daniele (C) def. Steve Kinser 6-2, 6-7, 10-8
Matt Lopez (M) def. Darrash McNeil (C) 7-5, 7-5
Nick Bausch def. Gowrish Sriramalinga (C) 6-0, 6-0
Doubles
Tarik Hasic and Nate Kinser def. Thomas Garcia and Quentin Shorter (C) 6-4, 6-4
Ryder Watson and Page Guptill def. Thomas Gradzki and Basim Shah (C) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2
Morgan wins by forfeit.

Girls Tennis

Old Lyme 6, Coginchaug 1
Singles
Piper Remillard (C) def. Abby Sicuranza 6-2, 1-6
Callie Bass def. Estella Perel 6-0, 6-0
Elaina Morosky def. Maggie Ross 6-1, 6-1
Olivia Schaedler def. Grace Hinsch 6-2, 6-1
Doubles
Livie Bass / Alexis Fenton def. Nora O’Connell / Karenna Patel 6-0, 6-0
Aggie Hunt/ Beatrice Hunt def. Monica Garbacz / Sawyer Stone 6-0, 6-0
Fiona Hufford / Izzy Reynolds def. Diya Patel / Taylor Cooney 6-0, 6-0

Girls Lacrosse

Branford 17, Mercy 5: Maddy Carbone and Lily Schoonmaker scored 2 goals apiece and Mackenzie Kelley had 1 for Mercy (1-9). Tess Ferrie led Branford with 5 goals and Jenny Spencer scored 4. Callia Borkowski had 7 saves in net for the Tigers.

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