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Kyle Atherton, Trumbull: Six ground balls in a 12-11 overtime win over St. Joseph.
Jack Broggi, North Haven: Third goal came in overtime to beat Southington 11-10.
Andy Demopoulos, Darien: Made 10 saves in the No. 1-vs.-No. 2 showdown vs. Ridgefield, a 14-6 Blue Wave win.
Blake Epstein, Fairfield Warde: Four goals and five assists in an 18-3 win over McMahon.
Jake Fratarcangeli, Fairfield Ludlowe: Two goals and an assist in a 7-4 win over Xavier.
Alex Hird, Notre Dame-West Haven: Scored four goals in a 6-5 win over Hall.
Seth Hurt, Ledyard/Griswold: Made 12 saves in a 6-3 win over Old Saybrook.
Ben Huynh, Stonington: Scored in overtime to beat Old Lyme 9-8.
Tim Krutz, Cheshire: Three goals and three assists in a 15-3 win over Foran.
Tim Lynch, Somers: A goal and three assists in a 16-1 win over Suffield.
Ethan McVoy, Foran: Scored a school-record 10 points in a 17-1 win over Stratford.
Nick Meier, Bethel: Hat trick in an 8-6 win over Brookfield.
Will Montesi, Greenwich: Overtime goal lifted the Cardinals past Wilton.
James Nicholas, Northwest Catholic: Four goals and two assists in a 14-1 win over E.O. Smith.
Scott Pion, St. Bernard/Wheeler: Four goals in a 9-8 overtime win over Lyman Hall.
Andre Sokk, Newtown: Had 10 ground balls and forced a turnover to set up the goal that beat Barlow 9-8.
Alec Spiers, Old Lyme: Four goals and five assists in a 17-1 win over Old Saybrook.
Alek Turi, Glastonbury: Four goals in an 11-6 win over Hand.
GAMES TO WATCH
Ridgefield at Greenwich, Wednesday, 4:30 p.m.: Two of the big FCIAC teams meet early. The Cardinals are off to a 3-0 start; the Tigers lost their championship rematch against Darien on Friday.
Mercer Island (Wash.) at Wilton, Thursday, 7 p.m.: One of Washington’s stronger teams, Mercer Island makes an eastern trip most years, like in 2014, when it visited Barlow (winning) and Wilton (losing). With several Division I commits, it was set to play at Yorktown (N.Y.) on Tuesday.
Briarcliff (N.Y.) at New Fairfield, Saturday, 11 a.m.: Briarcliff’s third and final game against Connecticut teams (it beat Newtown and lost at Ridgefield on Monday), which will not be enough to qualify the Bears for the CIAC tournament. (OK, this is a recycled joke from LaSalle Academy in hockey season. Apologies.)
Wantagh (N.Y.) at Barlow, Saturday, 1 p.m.: A regular spot on the Falcons’ schedule, though Wantagh has won seven in a row from the Falcons.
Darien at Manhasset (N.Y), Saturday, 2 p.m.: The No. 1 Blue Wave make their first of three out-of-state trips this year, and their first to Long Island. In all, there are no fewer than eight games Saturday between New York and Connecticut teams.
Brunswick at New Canaan, Saturday, 4 p.m.: Ranked No. 9 in the nation going into Wednesday’s game against Taft, the Bruins visit New Canaan, which by this game will have had a couple of tries at its first win after two out-of-state losses.
Wilton at Fairfield Prep, Saturday, 7 p.m.: It’ll be the first top-10 test for the Jesuits, while the Warriors come in somewhat more battle-tested.
East Catholic at Simsbury, Monday, 6:30 p.m.: Simsbury had won a regular-season meeting from the Eagles three years in a row before East Catholic’s 13-12 victory last season at Simsbury.
Staples at Greenwich, Tuesday, 1 p.m.: Greenwich got through Wilton in overtime on Saturday and gets a chance at another FCIAC rival here.
Weston at Newtown, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: The Trojans’ hot start picked them up some support in the poll. This should be a nice early-season SWC matchup between teams that have received votes the first two weeks.