• Brett LeQuire, North Branford: Had 32 points and 22 rebounds in the Thunderbirds’ 54-40 win over Cromwell.
• Tyler Douglas, Hillhouse: Had 12 points, 17 assists and 11 steals in the Academics’ 108-49 win over North Haven.
• Byron Breland, Hillhouse: Scored a career-high 30 points in Hillhouse’s 96-50 win over Lyman Hall and had 26 points in the Academics’ 87-50 victory over Hand.
• Marcus Goss, East Windsor: Finished with 35 points in East Windsor’s 62-55 win over MLC.
• Danny Campbell, Classical Magnet: Finished with 34 points in a 90-59 win over Bolton.
• Spencer Duke, Berlin: Finished with 30 points as Berlin edged Maloney 54-52.
• Will Antrum, Wilbur Cross: Finished with 34 points and five assists in the Governors’ 85-77 victory over Shelton.
• Tremont Waters, Notre Dame-West Haven: Had 32 points and 10 steals in a 96-55 win over Shelton and had 29 points and six assists in the Green Knights’ 74-66 win over Archbishop Molloy (N.Y.).
• Matt Marx, Bethel: Went coast to coast for the buzzer-beating layup to help Bethel beat Stratford 71-69.
• Conor Harkins, Greenwich: Had a career-high 36 points in Greenwich’s 63-53 win over Fairfield Ludlowe.
• Armani Sawyer, Norwalk: Hit a three-pointre to send the game into overtime, then hit the winning basket in the extra session to give Norwalk the 56-55 win over Westhill.
• Kyle Brennan, Sheehan: Buried a shot from well over half-court as the buzzer to end regulation sounded. Shot forced overtime and Seehan went on to beat Guilford.
• C.J. Seaforth, Hamden: Finished with 30 points to help Hamden outlast Xavier 83-73 in double overtime.
“He’s been such a big part of my life since I was a freshman in high school. He was my teacher, my coach, my colleague, my mentor and probably most importantly, he was my friend. That’s a pretty big cycle to go through.”
Coginchaug coach Todd Salva on his predecessor, Wally Camp, who passed away Wednesday at 87.
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• Hillhouse at Fairfield Prep, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Prep won seven straight in this series and and after Hillhouse snapped the skid, Prep won the league championship in what has turned into the SCC’s best rivalry.
• Sacred Heart at Crosby, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Can Crosby rebound off the beatdown it took against Kennedy last Friday? The premier rivalry in the NVL the last few seasons.
• Fairfield Warde at Wilton, Thursday, 7 p.m.: Battle of FCIAC unbeatens. How many people would have guessed that?
• Hamden at Hillhouse, Thursday, 7 p.m.: Tall order for Hamden to come into the Floyd Little Athletic Center and pull the big upset.
• East Hartford at East Catholic, Friday, 7 p.m.: Biggest game in the CCC to date?
• Notre Dame-West Haven at Bergen Catholic (N.J.), Saturday, 6:30 p.m.: Notre Dame has already beaten Archbishop Molloy (N.Y.) Now comes another out-of-state test for the Green Knights.
• Shelton’s Jeff Stockmal scored his 1,000th point in the Gaels’ 68-59 overtime win against East Haven.
• Westbrook did not even attempt a single free throw Friday night – a rarity at any level – yet was able to come from behind in the fourth quarter to beat previously-unbeaten East Hampton 57-50.