Julia DiConza, Staples
The senior has 11 goals and four assists this season, including a single-game school record four goals in a 6-1 win against Norwalk on Tuesday. The Wreckers have outscored opponents 46-3.
Molly Harding, Glastonbury
In three games the junior attacker had three goals and two assists, including two against Conard in a 3-0 win Monday. Glastonbury is 11-0 this season. Coach Maureen Perkins said Harding’s speed and quickness creates challenges for other teams.
Natalie Huber, Amity
The Spartans pulled off a SCC upset when the senior captain scored the game-winning overtime goal against two-time defending Class M champion Guilford for a 2-1 victory. She also had two goals in a 6-0 win over Lyman Hall.
Jess Leon, Staples
The junior had three assists in a 6-1 win over Norwalk on Friday. The Wreckers are 8-0. She has three goals and six assists on the season and has committed to play Division I women’s hockey at Bucknell.
Abby Peterson, Glastonbury
In three games the senior defender had three goals — all on penalty corners. Glastonbury is 11-0. She has committed to play field hockey at RPI.
Nina Shamas, Branford
Coach Pete Frye said the Hornets have a young defense and the goalie is one reason the Hornets are 4-5. She had 17 saves in a 4-0 loss to Guilford. She leads the SCC with 97 saves (.830 save-percentage), including two games where she had no shots taken on her and one shot taken and saved in the other.
Gianna Socci, Trumbull
The senior midfielder, All-FCIAC and All-State last season, led the Eagles to three wins last week. She has controlled the middle of the field, leading Trumbull to a 10-0 regular-season record. Socci had a hand in all three Trumbull goals (1 goal, 2 assists) in the Eagles’ win over Fairfield Ludlowe on Oct. 30. The victory clinched the FCIAC East Regional regular-season title. Socci leads the team with eight assists on the season.
Taylor Stone, Old Saybrook
The senior center forward is the Rams (7-1-1) leading scorer with 15 goals and seven assists. She scored the game-winning goal on Monday in a 3-2 OT win against Valley Regional. Stone has had two games this season where she scored a hat trick. She also scored two goals in a 4-3 loss to North Branford. Old Saybrook is the only team to have scored on North Branford this season.