Dion Perkins, Seymour
Scored 37 points, including the 1,000th of his career, in an 81-66 victory over Oxford. Perkins becomes the eighth player in school history to accomplish the feat.
The Cats moved to 3-0 with a 81-66 win over Oxford. This young man @1kdion became the 8th boy in school history to surpass 1,000 pts. in a career. He had 37 pts, 13 reb, 6 steals, 4 assists, 3 blocks and 4 dunks. #impressive #ctbb pic.twitter.com/sW3Im8Uodd
— Seymour High School Boys' Basketball (@Seymour_Hoops) February 24, 2021
Zach Johnson, Morgan
Scored 29 points in the Huskies’ 69-54 win over Haddam-Killingworth.
Nate Alviti, New Fairfield
Posted a huge double-double (28 points, 29 rebounds) in the Rebels’ 78-64 win over New Milford.
Jalen Gordon, Capital Prep
Made 10 steals to tie team record set by Andre Drummond in 2009. Capital Prep defeated University 77-42.
— Capital Prep Bball (@CPrepbball) February 23, 2021
Dylan Matulis, Terryville
Scored 29 points in a 79-38 win over Housatonic.
Marshall Gada, East Lyme
Scored 29 points in the Vikings’ 65-57 win over St. Bernard and added 24 points in a 47-44 win over New London.
Troy McKoy, Windsor
Had a pair of 31-point games for the Warriors, 83-58 over Enfield and 86-60 over Conard.
James Anderson, Bacon Academy
Scored a career-high 28 points in Bacon Academy’s 60-50 win over Stonington.
Simon Smith, Oxford
Scored 28 points in the Wolverines’ 81-66 loss to Seymour and scored 25 points in a 70-63 loss to Derby.
Jon Jacobs, Aerospace
Had 32 points in Aerospace’s 68-47 win over Weaver.
Tyah Pettaway, Middletown
Junior scored 30 points in the unbeaten Blue Dragons’ fifth victory of the season, 74-44 against Platt.
— Putnam’s Colby Livingston scored his 1,000th career point against Lyman Memorial.
— Sheehan’s Jack McDonnell scored his 1,000th career point against Lyman Hall.
GAMES TO WATCH
New Canaan at Staples, Tuesday, 5 p.m.: Two contenders trying to supplant Ridgefield as FCIAC champion.
Waterford at Norwich Free Academy, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: As the ECC South Division turns, these are two of several teams jockeying for position.
West Haven at Wilbur Cross (FLAC), Friday, 7 p.m.: The two time-defending SCC champions have just the one loss to Notre Dame-West Haven while West Haven is only a few days back after being in quarantine for two weeks.
Notre Dame-West Haven at West Haven, Monday, 7 p.m.: The road to the SCC championship always seems to go through New Haven. But these two squads next door certainly wouldn’t mind playing for the title later this month.