The Wilton High baseball and softball teams both romped to easy wins over their Bridgeport Central opponents on Wednesday.

Playing at home, the Wilton baseball team cruised to a 14-0 victory over the Hilltoppers.

Jack Mastrianna pitched a one-hit shutout for the Warriors, who raised their record to 4-1 overall and 1-0 in the FCIAC. Mastrianna struck out 13 batters and walked none in a dominating, complete-game performance.

Wilton scored three runs in both the first and second innings and added three more in the third to open a 10-0 lead. The Warriors tacked on single runs in the fourth and fifth and got two runs in the sixth to close the scoring.

Wilton needed just seven hits to score its 14 runs, as the hosts capitalized on walks and four errors by Central.

Collin Kahal went two-for-two for Wilton with two RBIs and two runs scored. Kahal also had a sacrifice fly.

Henry Strmecki drove in four runs with a triple, a sacrifice fly and two walks, while Mastrianna had two hits and knocked in a run.

Gil Villegas started for Central and took the loss, allowing 12 runs over four innings.

The Hilltoppers dropped to 0-4 with the loss and have now been outscored, 74-1, this season.

In Bridgeport, the Wilton softball team improved its record to 4-0 by thumping Central, 12-3.

Sage Zunda got the win for the Warriors, allowing no earned runs and striking out six batters.

Sophia Strazza hit a three-run homer for Wilton, and teammate Hannah Belanger scored three runs.

Eliza Ward and Julia Schiavone each added two hits for the Warriors.

Central fell to 1-2 with the loss.