Molly Rotondo, Lauralton Hall girls: Had a goal and three assists in the Crusaders’ 4-1 victory over Mercy.
Caroline Monahan, Lauralton Hall girls: Scored four goals in a game for the second straight week, this time against Cheshire in a 5-2 win.
Joey Wix, Granby boys: Scored four goals in Granby’s 5-1 victory over Somers.
Justin Phillips, Old Saybrook boys: Had a goal and three assists in the Rams’ 5-2 win over Coginchaug.
Justin Berger, Oxford boys: Scored three goals in a 7-0 win against St. Paul.
Mya Johnson, Old Lyme girls: Had a hat trick in a 5-0 win over Ledyard.
Allie Augur, North Branford girls: Has posted four straight shutouts in goal, including three last week.
Maria Nolan, Granby girls: Had a hat trick in a 7-0 win over Somers.
Alyssa Bergamini, Suffield girls: Had a hat trick in a 7-0 win over SMSA.
Luca Mazzella, Cheshire Academy boys: Had a hat trick in a 6-1 win over Wooster.
Jhan Carlos Bermeo, Morgan boys: Had three goals and an assist in the Huskies’ 6-0 victory over Hale-Ray.
Luis Lanez, Harding boys: Scored all three goals as Harding won at Notre Dame-West Haven 3-2.
Alec Erskine, Coventry boys: Scored four times in a 9-4 win over HMTCA.
Curtis Arcari, Berlin boys: Scored all three goals as the Redcoats defeated RHAM 3-1.
Kevin Linn, Law boys: Scored all three goals in the Lawmen’s 3-0 win over city rival Foran.
Francesco Torzulli, Platt boys: Had a hat trick as the Panthers beat Bloomfield 4-3 in overtime.
Spencer Gangi, Shelton boys: Scored all three goals as the Gaels won at Cheshire 3-0.
Mitchell Lyons, South Windsor boys: Had three goals in a 6-1 win over Rocky Hill.
Jordin Comstock, East Granby girls: Scored three goals in a 3-0 win over HMTCA.
Charles Sakouvogui, Career/Hillhouse boys: Had two goals and three assists in a 6-0 win over East Haven.
Jason Weinstein, Trumbull boys: Had a hat trick in a 6-0 win over St. Joseph.
“We didn’t score that last goal to win. But we’re leaving happy.”
–Middletown girls coach Rachel Lemke told the Middletown Press after the Blue Dragons rallied from 4-0 down to tie Glastonbury 4-4 last Wednesday.
GET OUT AND GO
St. Joseph at Ridgefield girls, today, 7 p.m.: A little more than 48 hours after tying Trumbull, the Cadets have to make the trek to Tiger Hollow for yet another FCIAC showdown.
Farmington at South Windsor boys, Tuesday, 3:45 p.m.: South Windsor gets a visit from the reigning Class LL state champions in a key CCC tilt.
Law at Cheshire girls, Friday, 6 p.m.: Law served notice on the SCC by beating the defending champions last month. The Rams will be looking for payback at home
Hand at Newtown girls, Saturday, 7 p.m.: Tigers have been hot in the SCC since a season-opening loss. Newtown, an SWC power, is currently undefeated.