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.
State tournaments get going Tuesday with Blue Devils rolling and Huskies rallying to wins, and Wildcats (in Class S) and Tigers (Class L) shutting out their softball opponents.
Wildcats score 13 runs in Shoreline quarterfinal upset of host Panthers … Richwine, Bodak combine on shutout for Cougars … Tigers ousted by Shelton in SCC tournament.
One writer’s take: Top-seed Coginchaug has earned the profile of “team to beat” in Shoreline baseball … Shoreline softball title looks like a toss-up … Mercy and Xavier hit road in SCC.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Cromwell’s offense has big day in 9-3 victory over East Hampton. Also Friday: Cromwell’s softball team makes it 10 in row as Lily Kenney beats Bellringers.