In rematch of 2019 tournament final, No. 4 seed Blue Devils batter No. 2 Somers with 17 hits — five from MVP Amalia DeMartino — in 14-2 victory. Title is program’s first since 2012.
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.
With 13-1 T-Birds threatening in 7th and standout Jada Miconi at the plate, Coginchaug’s ace (1 walk, 10 K’s, 3 RBIs) pins down final out of 9-4 win. Devils have good day at plate.
Shoreline Conference battle between Panthers and Cougars will revert to top of eighth inning — and scoreless — after H-K’s appeal of umpire’s in-game out call is upheld.
Coach wanted more intensity from his squad on Monday against short-handed Valley Regional; senior Amalia DeMartino’s strong start propels team to 12th win of season.
Elsewhere in Shoreline: H-K’s Alden Halfinger fires 2-hit shutout to beat Rams … Alex Mach goes distance for Coginchaug’s 15th win … Cromwell rallies for 8 runs and win at Hale-Ray.
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.
After Griffin Biro pitches Blue Devils to seventh straight win on Friday, team is on solid ground at 14-2 with two games left in the regular season. Shoreline tournament starts May 24.
Senior outduels Panthers sophomore star Lily Kenney as Coginchaug pushes win streak to 8. “We had Kelly on the ropes … she’s a special pitcher,” Panthers coach Angelo Morello said.
Senior left-hander finishes with 11 K’s, a home run and five RBIs as Tigers rout Lauralton Hall 14-2; Nicole Saraceno, Amelia Andruskiewicz and Ashley DeLuca contribute two hits each.
Junior drives in 4 runs, starter Ian Mihalopoulos has solid outing and Tyler Szrejna gets the save as host Cromwell outlasts Valley Regional for 11th victory, 6-4.