Dion Perkins, Seymour: Scored 38 points in a 82-75 loss at Kennedy.
Jayden Racca, New Fairfield: Scored 42 points in a 88-70 loss to Masuk.
Derrick Jagello, Naugatuck: Scored 34 points in a 74-50 victory oevr Watertown.
Lorenzo Washington, Sacred Heart: Scored 38 points, 25 in the second half, to lead the Hearts past Crosby 74-63.
Justin Penney, Coginchaug, and Zach Johnson, Morgan: Both scored 30 points in Morgan’s 62-58 win.
Corey McKeithan, Windsor: Scored 36 points in the Warriors’ 116-60 victory over Bulkeley.
Kazell Stewart, Prince Tech: Had 27 points, 17 rebounds and six blocked shots in a 87-39 win over Goodwin Tech.
Amir Spears, Windsor: Scored 36 points, half of them in the fourth quarter, to help Windsor come from behind to defeat Hillhouse in overtime, 83-74.
Jon Khazzaka, Nonnewaug: Scored 35 points in Nonnewaug’s 77-53 win over Shepaug Valley.
Jackson Benigni, Hamden Hall: Scored 38 points in a 80-69 loss to the Gunnery and added 32 points in the Hornets’ 87-61 win over King.
Cade Ensinger, Valley Regional and Mike Sitro, North Branford: Posted a triple-double (14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists) in the Warriors’ 61-40 victory over North Branford. Sitro had 21 points and 24 rebounds in the loss.
“Tonight, we didn’t look like No. 2 (ranked). We didn’t look like No. 10. … We got fortunate. We got lucky. The better team probably didn’t win.”
Windsor coach Ken Smith following the Warriors’ 83-74 overtime win last Wednesday at No. 4 Hillhouse. The Warriors trailed the entire second half before rallying to force overtime.
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Trinity Catholic at Fairfield Ludlowe, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Pretty important game early on for both teams to not suffer FCIAC loss No. 2.
Bristol Central at Innovation, Wednesday, 6:15 p.m.: Intriguing non-conference matchup with 7-footer Donovan Clingan coming to New Britain to face last year’s Division V state champions off to a good start behind L.J. Hazelwood.
Sacred Heart at Holy Cross, Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Holy Cross is next up with the chance to break Sacred Heart’s 111-game winning streak against NVL competition.
Glastonbury at Middletown, Thursday, 6:45 p.m.: Middletown had then No. 1 Windsor on the ropes before falling to the Warriors at the GHPA High School Basketball Classic last month. The Blue Dragons are poised to be a CCC contender once again, as are the Tomahawks from Glastonbury.
Law at West Haven, Friday, 7 p.m.: A pair of teams that would like to earn home games in the opening round of the SCC tournament for the second straight season. Law won the first time around in December.
Staples at Trumbull, Friday, 7 p.m.: Staples has all the other FCIAC teams in its rear view mirror — for now. Trumbull may have lost a lot from last season but the squad is still an FCIAC contender despite the two early losses.
New Canaan’s 61-38 victory over Danbury was the first for the Rams over the Hatters since 2010.