Jackson Benigni, Hamden Hall: Knocked down seven 3-point shots en route to 30 points in the Hornets’ 87-60 victory over King and added 26 points in a 68-67 victory over Marianapolis Prep.
Davont Addison, Derby: Scored 30 points in a 88-85 triple-overtime loss to Watertown.
Diontae Eady, Law: Finished with 30 points to keep Law undefeated with a 70-52 win over East Haven.
Kerwin Price, Crosby: Poured in a career-high 47 points to help the Bulldogs cruise past Holy Cross 86-70.
Jean Lukaj, Naugatuck: Finished with 34 points in a 68-48 victory over St. Paul.
Justice Ellison, South Windsor: Poured in 38 points in a 90-69 loss to Manchester.
Andrew Brown, Xavier: Putback with two-tenths of a second remaining gave Xavoer a 46-44 victory over Hamden.
Carmen Afanador, Sheehan and Brian Berrito, Shelton: Afanador with a buzzer-beating shot with 1.4 seocnds left gave Sheehan the 71-69 win over Shelton. Berrito scored 32 points and added seven rebounds and six assists in the loss for the Gaels. Against Career, Berritto had 33 points and six steals in the loss.
Kevin Crawford, Bassick: Scored 32 points for Bassick in a 66-41 victory over Hillhouse.
Ryan McAleer, New Canaan: Makes steal at half-court, then has the presence of mind to get off a heave that banked in. The buzzer-beater gave the Rams a 52-49 win over Stamford.
Stephen Brady, East Hampton: Scored 32 points in the Bellringers’ 53-48 victory over Portland.
Nate Diaz, East Lyme: Made 14 3-pointers in three games: five against Bacon Academy, two against Norwich Free Academy and seven against Woostock Acaemy, all wins for the Vikings.
“We have good chemistry. When we get on the court it’s easy, it’s like breathing.”
Sacred Heart’s Jamaal Waters told the Waterbury Republican-American following the Hearts’ 90- 57 win over Holy Cross.
“As soon it left my hand, it felt good, and then I saw it go in and it was so surreal. It feels so weird right now. I’m just glad it went in.”
New Canaan’s Ryan McAleer told GameTimeCT.com after his half-court heave beat the buzzer and Stamford, 52-49.
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Hillhouse at Notre Dame-West Haven, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Green Knights put undefeated season on the line against the Academics.
Bassick at East Hartford, Wednesday, 6 p.m.: So East Hartford couldn’t beat the state’s No. 2 and 3 ranked teams. How about No. 4?
St. Joseph at Danbury, Thursday, 7 p.m.: St. Joseph has the look of an FCIAC contender. A win here and everyone will start paying attention to the Cadets.
Hamden at Notre Dame-West Haven, Friday, 7 p.m.: Notre Dame won the first time around in Hamden last month.
Waterford at East Lyme, Friday, 7 p.m.: ECC supremacy on the line … at least for now.
Hillhouse at Windsor, Monday, 5 p.m.: Academics conclude a rigorous non-conference schedule against the state’s third-ranked team.
Killingly’s Luke Desaulnier surpassed 1,000 points for his career in a 61-50 victory over New London.