East Hampton loses six-run lead in middle innings, then storms back with four in the sixth and three in seventh for 2-0 start in Shoreline Conference.
Lily Kenney strikes out 7 and has 3 hits to power Cromwell to its first victory; Alexa Boone strikes out 11 Guilford batters and adds 3 hits as Tigers race to 2-0 start.
Cougars jump out to three-run lead and keep Cromwell at bay in 4-2 Shoreline Conference victory; Erskine gets save in relief of winning pitcher Alden Halfinger.
Morgan point guard, bound for Connecticut College, is a repeat First Team All Shoreline performer. Shaun Russell of conference champion East Hampton is Coach of the Year.
Champion Huskies produce Player of the Year and Coach of the Year in the conference; First Team, Second Team and Honorable Mention performers unveiled.
Warriors reach first Shoreline tournament final since 2015 after surviving battle of defensive wills, 38-34. Saagar Patel’s late 3-pointer in OT put No. 3 seed Valley ahead for good.
No. 2 seed Huskies put senior Catie Donadio at the controls, produce 17-2 game-changing run in 50-37 win over Cromwell, forcing rematch with undefeated East Hampton.
No. 2 Cromwell’s effort on defense and key rebounds in fourth quarter send H-K out of Shoreline tournament 54-46; Panthers will face No. 3 Valley Regional in semifinal round.
All three reach Shoreline tournament semifinals: East Hampton pulls away from Portland; Morgan’s 21-point fourth quarter douses Westbrook; Old Lyme holds off North Branford.
Due to COVID-19 and contact tracing, the Blue Devils and Warriors see remainder of their season canceled; conference reconfigures seedings and pairings for 10 instead of 12.