Matt Curtis, Northwest Catholic
Scored 35 points to help Northwest Catholic hand Windsor its first loss 78-74.
— Joe Morelli (@nhrJoeMorelli) March 3, 2021
Isaiah Sullivan, Bassick
Scored 31 points in the Lions’ 74-67 loss to St. Joseph.
Loudan Chupas, Hale-Ray
Scored 30 points in the Little Noises’ 59-55 loss to Old Saybrook.
Jojo Wallace, New Milford
Scored 29 points, including a pair of free throws with 0.1 seconds left, to help New Milford defeat Pomperaug 67-66.
Joey Johnson, Windham Tech
Scored 42 points and grabbed 28 rebounds in an 85-65 victory over Norwich Tech.
Michael Morales, Kaynor Tech
Scored 36 points in an 85-50 win over Vinal Tech.
Dylan Crowley, Gilbert
Scored 37 points in a 65-58 loss to Litchfield.
Dion Perkins, Seymour
Scored 40 points in the Wildcats’ 78-65 win over Oxford.
Juliquis Minnifield, Naugatuck
Scored 30 points in the Greyhounds’ 66-40 win over Watertown.
Zion Lott, WCA
Scored 37 points in a 80-74 victory over Holy Cross.
Justin Menard, Xavier
Hit the game-winning shot with 2.5 seconds left in the Falcons’ 46-44 win over Guilford. Menard then scored 35 points in a 79-72 win against Hamden in overtime.
Fourth Quarter | 2.5 left | Justin Menard ‘23 for the lead‼️
The sophomore has done it‼️
— Xavier Athletics (@athleticsXHS) March 4, 2021
Jaden Walker, MLC
In consecutive nights, Walker scored 37 points, including his 1,000th, in MLC’s 67-60 loss to Weaver, then set the school record by scoring 52 points in a 91-83 win over University in double overtime.
MLC 91, University 83
One night after scoring 39 points and his 1000th, Jaden Walker scored a school record 52 points to lead the Dragons to a double OT win! #ctbb @GameTimeCT @McFarland_Shawn @nhrJoeMorelli pic.twitter.com/j8A0Jn66Hh
— CREC Athletics (@CRECAthletics) March 3, 2021
Donovan Clingan, Bristol Central
Posted a pair of triple-doubles in a pair of road victories last week: 15 points, 25 rebounds and 10 blocked shots in the Rams’ 55-41 win over Farmington and 14 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in a 55-31 win over Southington.
Jon Jacobs, Aerospace
Had an all-around game of 27 points, nine steals, nine rebounds and seven assists in Aerospace’s 87-58 win over University.
Doran White, Stonington
Scored 28 points in an 86-83 loss to St. Bernard.
Tre Duncan, Sacred Heart
Scored 33 points in the 78-51 win over WCA.
Ryan Stratton, Old Saybrook
Scored 18 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to lift the Rams to a 59-55 win over Hale-Ray.
Elon Munroe, SMSA
Had 29 points and seven steals in SMSA’s 77-52 win over HMTCA.
Yianni Baribeau, Killingly
Had 23 points and 17 rebounds in a 64-48 win over Windham.
Nathaniel Smith, Woodland
Scored 27 points in a 57-39 win over Oxford.
Josh Burke, Canton
Scored 28 points to help Canton beat HMTCA 60-47 to extend Canton’s winning streak to 14 games.
— Kendall May won his 400th career game at Prince Tech. The Falcons defeated Vinal Tech 96-32. Prince Tech holds the state’s longest winning streak at 33 games.
Congrats to our one & only Coach Kendall May on his 400th win tonight…The Falcon family is extremely bless & proud to have you as our leader of the program #Salute #FalconPride @GameTimeCT @CTVarsity @McFarland_Shawn @nhrJoeMorelli @PTLegacy32 pic.twitter.com/s7pebZKyd3
— Prince Tech Boys Basketball (@PrinceFalconsBB) March 4, 2021
— Valley Regional coach Kevin Woods won his 200th career game in a 64-60 win over Portland.
— Westbrook’s Jack Naccarato scored his 1,000th career point in a 77-51 loss to Cromwell.
GAMES TO WATCH
East Lyme at Norwich Free Academy, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: East Lyme has emerged from the pack begind a stellar defense. NFA is the reigning Division I champion. Chances are this should determine the ECC South Division regular-season championship.
Staples at St. Joseph, Thursday, 5:15 p.m.: For higher seeding in the FCIAC tournament. Lucas Basich (Staples) vs. Jason James (St. Joseph) should be fun to watch.
Naugatuck at Sacred Heart, Friday, 6:15 p.m.: Sacred Heart won the first meeting on the road. How will the Greyhounds fare in the rematch?
Staples at Ridgefield, Saturday, 5 p.m.: Both teams suffered their first loss last week. Someone needs to emerge from this balanced FCIAC.
Hillhouse vs. Wilbur Cross at the Floyd Little Athletic Center, Monday, 7 p.m.: Due to Hillhouse being in COVID-19 quarantine the last two weeks, this will be the only regular-season matchup between the Elm City rivals. The other game will not be made up.
Fairfield Prep at Notre Dame-West Haven, Monday, 7 p.m.: Prep won the first meeting at its Alumni Hall. What happens in the rematch at the Green Knights’ Alumni Hall?