Justice Ellison, South Windsor and Oliver Milledge, Greenwich: Ellison’s 54-point outing included six 3-pointers as South Windsor fell to Greenwich 86-76 in double overtime. Milledge scored 30 points in the win for Greenwich.
Kyle Daniels, Wilbur Cross: Had 30 points, including 22 of 25 from the free-throw line, in the Governors’ 85-84 loss to Hamden.
Jay Jay Brennan, Waterford: Finished with 31 points to earn tournament MVP honors for the Lancers in a 73-52 win over Xavier in the Artie Kohs Classic tournament final.
Kazell Stewart, Prince Tech: Scored 42 points and grabbed 21 rebounds as Prince Tech beat Bloomfield 89-75.
Dev Ostrowski, East Lyme: Scored 42 points as the Vikings rallied to force overtime, then beat New Britain 65-63.
Marquan Watson, Waterbury Career: Posted a double-double (30 points, 17 rebounds) in a 95-75 win over Crosby.
Nate Tabor and Jamaal Waters, Sacred Heart: Both players scored 33 points in a 82-73 loss to Our Savior Lutheran (N.Y.).
Vincent Martinez, Maloney: Scored 31 points in a 60-51 victory over Wilcox Tech.
Ta’zhon Daniels, Hillhouse: Finished with a career-high 32 points, along with five steals, for the Academics in a 78-46 win over Guilford.
Quannel Straughter, West Haven: Finished with 30 points as West Haven rolled past RHAM 88-52.
John Shannon, Foran: Finished with 30 points as the Lions were able to handle Platt Tech 66-44.
“I saw the clock. No one was coming to the ball. So I said, ‘Let me get the ball, go to the (3-point) line, make sure my feet were behind the line.’ I made sure to double-check. It looked good. I didn’t hear the buzzer (sound).”
— Hamden’s Heston Tucker said following his buzzer-beating 3-point shot to lift Hamden over Wilbur Cross 85-84.
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Windsor at East Hartford, Wednesday, 6:45 p.m.: Interesting spot here for both teams, Windsor coming off an out-of-state loss and East Hartford looking to be a bona fide CCC contender.
Hillhouse vs. Wilbur Cross at Floyd Little Athletic Center, Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Elm City rivals renew acquaintances while still trying to get the kinks out as the 2019 calendar year commences.
Ridgefield at Trumbull, Thursday, 7 p.m.: Ridgefield came from behind late to beat Bunnell, then held its own against Bassick, now gets an undefeated Eagles’ team in an intriguing FCIAC matchup.
East Catholic at Manchester, Friday, 6: 45 p.m.: East Catholic needs to be careful here.
Crosby at Sacred Heart, Friday, 7 p.m.: Lost some luster with Crosby’s pair of losses already, but you can be sure the Hearts won’t take the Bulldogs lightly in what should be an up-and-down affair.
Trumbull at Waterford, Saturday, 2 p.m.: Props to Trumbull taking a January road trip up Interstate-95 for a non-conference matchup of unbeatens.
Connor Raines surpassed 1,000 career points at Notre Dame-West Haven in the Green Knights’ 63-43 win over West Haven.