Softball: The top performers from the conference tournaments

Emilee Bishop, East Haven: The senior went 3-0 to lead East Haven to its first SCC title. Bishop struck out 24 batters over three games, which included a 2-0 win over Shelton, a 9-1 win over West Haven and the 6-1 championship victory over Jonathan Law.

Kylie Bulinski, Woodland: The senior catcher went 7-for-10 over three games with seven RBIs, a home run and five doubles to lead Woodland to its second straight NVL title.

Maddie Burrows, Waterford: In two ECC DI tournament games, Burrows went 2-for-4 with two home runs, four runs, four RBIs and four walks. She also won the semifinal game in the circle, allowing two earned runs on four hits and seven walks while striking out 15 batters. Her home run in the semifinal tied Fitch at 6 in the bottom of the sixth.

Ellie Gallagi, Fairfield Luldowe: The first basemen had a big tournament and delivered with the decisive hit in the championship, a two-run single to give Ludlowe its 2-0 win over Danbury. Overall Gallagi went 6-for-11 with a home run and six RBIs in the three games.

Kat Gallant, Masuk: Gallant led Masuk to its fifth straight SWC title, going 3-0 while allowing one unearned run on four hits and five walks while striking out 40 over 21 innings.

Jillian Mitchell, Brookfield: Mitchell nearly single-handedly propelled Brookfield past Newtown in the SWC semifinals, throwing a complete game shutout and driving in her team’s lone run in the 1-0 victory. She allowed four hits and three walks while striking out eight and delivered a solo home run with two outs in the top of the seventh to break the tie.

Kiley Mulllins, North Branford: The sophomore went 3-0 for North Branford in the Shoreline tournament, leading her team to the title. She threw a shutout against Haddam-Killingworth in the semifinals and allowed six runs in 21 innings while striking out 21.

Haley Pucci, Danbury: Pucci pitched Danbury to the FCIAC championship game. She went 2-1 in three games, allowing two runs on 10 hits and nine walks while striking out 34 in 20 innings.

Alexis Real, Rockville: Real lead Rockville to the NCCC championship with strong pitching against Ellington and Somers. Real went 2-0, allowing two earned runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out 30 batters in 15 innings. In the NCCC championship game, she went eight innings and allowed just one hit while striking out 17 to help claim the title in extras.

Sam Rogers, Southington: The shortstop went 5-for-8 with two home runs, three doubles, three RBIs, and five runs in three CCC tournament games.

Olivia Stebbins, Enfield: With two on and two out in the top of the seventh and Enfield trailing 4-2 in the CCC semifinals, the senior captain delivered a two-run triple to tie the game. Enfield went on to win 5-4 to advance to the CCC championship game. Stebbins also doubled and stole a base in the game.

Izzy Viglione, Masuk: The catcher hit two home runs in Masuk’s 8-1 win over Immaculate in the SWC semifinals. Both home runs were solo shots, the first to give Masuk its initial 1-0 lead and second to extend the lead to 3-1.