Highlanders and freshman win CIAC Division IV championships after final two foursomes hustle to complete round ahead of storm. “Golf balls were flying everywhere.”
Cromwell sophomore’s putt for eagle-3 on his final hole secured a share of the CIAC Division III title. “It feels good to post a score I know I can post, and it’s in writing.”
Blue Devils beat Somers, advance to Class S baseball quarterfinals as Alex Mach and Griffin Biro combine on one-hitter; Mercy ousted by No. 1 Masuk in 2nd round of Class L softball.
Junior lefty shoots 75 to win Shoreline tournament medalist honors, while the Highlanders, led by two freshmen, grab first team championship since 2016.
Unbeaten in Shoreline play, Highlanders best Blue Devils by 11 strokes and head to conference tournament as likely favorite. Colin Murphy shoots 38 for Coginchaug.
Madison Tessmer, Jamie Anderson, Grace McFarlin produce at plate in Cromwell’s 8-0 win over Hale-Ray; Wildcat girls clinch No. 1 seed in Class S tennis field.
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.
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.