Tyler Thomas, Amity: Finished with 32 points in a 61-54 loss to Cheshire and added 35 in a 87-74 win over Fairfield Warde.
Delshawn Jackson, Prince Tech: Had 34 points in a 101-39 victory over Norwich Tech, had 26 points in a 66-62 win over Immaculate.
Tyler Arbuckle, St. Paul: Had 38 points in a 90-89 double-overtime win against Derby.
Jordan Brown, Danbury: Had 35 points in a 74-62 win over McMahon.
Sean Conway, Fairfield Warde: Had 35 points in a 67-47 win over New Canaan and an additional 35 points in a 87-74 loss to Amity.
Nazeer Priar and Damar Whitaker, Abbott Tech: Both players scored 36 points last week, Priar in a 54-50 win over Platt Tech and Whitaker in a 70-37 win over O’Brien Tech.
Raheem Solomon, Sacred Heart: Had 35 points in a 93-45 win over Ansonia and 28 points and 17 rebounds in a 74-55 win over Waterbury Career.
Jaekwon Spencer, Bristol Central: Had 35 points and 18 rebounds in a 61-50 win over Hartford Public.
Jackson Benigni, Xavier: Had 30 points in a 69-49 win over West Haven.
“Whomever did the schedule took care of us this year. We have a tough week with Xavier, Cross and then Hamden. Then we have Amity. It’s a brutal schedule, but it’s good preparation for the state tournament learning how to play in these type of environments.”
Notre Dame-West Haven coach Jason Shea said following Notre Dame’s 58-56 loss at Wilbur Cross.
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New London at East Lyme, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: The ECC Game of the Week, Part I. East Lyme won by 16 back on Jan. 9.
Bassick at Holy Cross, Wednesday, 7 p.m.: The Lions’ impressive non-conference road schedule continues with another top-10 matchup, this time against one of the NVL’s best.
Kolbe Cathedral at Notre Dame-Fairfield, Friday, 7 p.m.: First of two meetings in an eight-day stretch, but this is the one that counts in the SWC standings — and probably the last obstacle between Notre Dame and an undefeated season in league play.
East Lyme at Ledyard, Friday, 7 p.m.: ECC Game of the Week Part II. Vikings trying to avenge their only loss thus far to the Colonels back on Jan. 11.
St. Luke’s at Hamden Hall, Saturday, 2 p.m.: The Fairchester League championship is likely on the line. Hornets already won this past week in New Canaan.
East Catholic’s Joey Reilly, a junior, surpassed 1,000 career points in a 76-41 win over Maloney.