Brennan Staubley, Plainville: The keeper had two shutouts this week, one against 2017 Class M state champion Lewis Mills and the other against 2018 Class LL state champ Glastonbury.
Tyler Kobus, Coginchaug: Kobus had all three assists in a 3-0 Coginchaug win over Valley Regional.
Eric Leuchner, Fitch: The junior center midfielder had a goal and an assist in the team’s 3-1 win over Ledyard, moving the Falcons to 8-2 overall and 5-0 in the ECC D-2.
Kenley Lalanne, Stamford: The senior striker scored both goals in the Black Knights’ 2-0 win over Bridgeport Central.
James Grodzicki, Cromwell: The Cromwell keeper made 11 saves as his team upset Morgan 2-1 in the Shoreline.
August Saigne, Cheshire Academy: Saigne scored twice as Cheshire Academy beat Canterbury 3-2.
Cristian Guzman, Goodwin Tech: Guzman had a hat trick as the Gladiators rolled, 6-2 over Vinal Tech.
Derick Meza, West Haven: Meza scored two goals and had three assists for the Blue Devils, last week.
Ralph Ciarleglio, Branford: Ciarleglio scored twice and had an assist as the Hornets beat Bassick 5-2.
Mark Gergely, Shelton: Gergeley tallied two goals in the Gaels’ 3-1 victory over Amity.
GAMES TO WATCH
East Hartford at Hall, Monday, 3:30 p.m.: Hall poses the biggest threat to East Hartford’s unbeaten season.
Naugatuck at Holy Cross, Monday, 6 p.m.: Holy Cross has allowed three goals this season through its first nine games, Naugatuck has not lost in the NVL.
New Milford at Barlow, Tuesday, 4 p.m.: Both teams seem to be turning a corner in their seasons, this one will have SWC playoff implications.
Warde at Trumbull, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.: Warde is halfway to going undefeated in the FCIAC, Trumbull has allowed just two goals the last five games.
Weston at Newtown, Tuesday, 6 p.m.: The Nighthawks take their shot at knocking the unbeaten Trojans off their pedestal.
Hamden at Guilford, Tuesday, 6 p.m.: The Dragons are seeking revenge for one of their two losses this season.
Somers at Ellington, Wednesday, 6 p.m.: Can anyone stop Ellington in the NCCC? Somers hopes it has what it takes.
Wilton at Greenwich, Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.: They are allowing the lights to go on in Greenwich as the FCIAC’s biggest surprise, Wilton, comes to town.
Abbot Tech at Platt Tech, Thursday, 3:45 p.m.: Could be the best CTC matchup of the fall as both teams come in riding high atop the standings.
Maloney at Plainville, Friday, 3:45 p.m.: Two of the CCC’s four state finalists from last season meet up.
Hand at West Haven, Saturday, 6:30 p.m.: If the Westies are serious about making the SCC playoffs, a win here would go a long way.
Old Saybrook at East Lyme, Saturday, 9 a.m.: Enjoy breakfast at a nice ECC-Shoreline crossover game.
— Scott Ericson