AJ Edwards, Amistad: Poured in 38 points, including seven 3-point shots, in a 85-51 win over Branford.
Aidan Godfrey, Cheshire: Had 31 points, 22 rebounds and seven blocks in the Rams’ 77-69 win over Platt.
Justin Collins, Rockville: Posted a double-double (24 points, 27 rebounds) in the Rams’ 61-51 win over Bolton.
Timmond Williams Trumbull: Finished with a career-high 39 points in the Eagles’ 84-70 win over Stamford.
Nasir Williams, SMSA: Scored 36 points in a 102-79 loss to HMTCA.
Kyle Daniels, Wilbur Cross: Scored 32 points in a 68-48 win over Career.
Kevin Crawford, Bassick: Finished with 30 points, 11 rebounds and six assists in the Lions’ 64-58 win over Hamden.
James St. Pierre, Ridgefield: Finished with 31 points to lead the Tigers past Stamford 71-46.
Dev Ostrowski, East Lyme: Finished with 33 points in a 87-54 win over Fitch.
“I had to come to terms with this over the summer. We have enough talent to be in the lead and push the basketball. The kids want to play that way, so, we made a lot of changes in our practice schedule. Everything is a lot faster, now and we are playing quicker.”
Trumbull coach Buddy Bray said following the Eagles’ 84-70 win over Stamford.
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Saulsbury Invitational at Wilbur Cross, Thursday, 1 p.m.: Fourth annual affair tips off with Kolbe Cathedral versus Amistad, followed by Weaver vs. Career, the Wilbur Cross girls hosting Mercy and the Cross boys hosting Hamden.
Fairfield Holiday Tournament at Fairfield University, Thursday, 6 p.m.: Fairfield Warde opens against Notre Dame-Fairfield, followed by Fairfield Prep hosting Ludlowe. The consolation and championship finals will be held Friday.
The Connecticut Vs. New York High School Basketball Showcase, Friday, 6 p.m., Saturday, 2 p.m.: Sacred Heart hosts Weaver on Friday, then the tournament moves to the Palace at Crosby on Saturday featuring three undefeated teams in the preseason top 10: No. 6 Bassick against Upper Room Christian (Dix Hills) at 2 p.m., No. 3 Windsor facing Old Saviour Lutheran (Bronx) at 6, and ends with the No. 1 Hearts facing Brooklyn Democracy Academy at 8.
Notre Dame-West Haven Christmas tournament final, Saturday, 1 p.m.: First time being held and also at two different venues. West Haven hosts Notre Dame on Thursday and Stamford faces RHAM. The consolation game on Saturday begins at 11 a.m. at Notre Dame, followed by the final.
Bunnell’s Maximus Edwards surpassed the 1,000-point barrier for his career in the Bulldogs’ overtime loss to Kolbe Cathedral.