We round up top performers from the weekend’s football games and look ahead to next week.
Angel Arce, Maloney: Threw for 196 yards and three touchdowns, completing 11 of 18 passes in an 18-14 win over North Haven.
A.J. Barber, Greenwich: Racked up 182 yards on eight catches, three of them for touchdowns, in a 45-13 win over Norwalk.
Henry Beck, Staples: Ran for 154 yards on 16 carries in a 7-0 loss to Ridgefield.
Jaiden Bickham, Ledyard: Ran 19 times for 216 yards and two touchdowns in a 44-21 win over Montville.
Aiden Boeshans, Simsbury: Threw for 175 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score in a 39-0 win over South Windsor.
Niko Bouzakis, Farmington: Caught nine passes for 137 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-0 win over E.O. Smith.
Aidan D’Amato, Tolland: Caught three touchdown passes in a 35-24 win over Barlow.
Jermayne Daniels, McMahon: Two touchdowns in a 41-7 win over Wilbur Cross.
Jordan Davis, Sheehan: Ran for four touchdowns and 215 yards on 14 carries in a 50-7 win at Brookfield.
Matthew Dougherty, Trinity Catholic/ Wright Tech: Was 20-for-35 for 217 yards and three touchdowns in a 21-20 loss to Trumbull.
Deontray Eaddy, Bullard-Havens: Ran for 202 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries in a 59-12 win over Platt Tech.
Evan Faiella, Coginchaug co-op: Two interceptions and a touchdown reception in a 39-14 win over Valley Regional/Old Lyme.
Brandon Fratta, North Branford: Went 22-for-32 for 363 yards and five touchdowns in a 61-14 win over Cromwell/Portland.
Georgio Ghazal, Shelton: Ran 23 times for 186 yards and two scores in a 41-20 win over NFA.
Dean Habeeb, Ridgefield: Two interceptions in the Tigers’ 7-0 win over Staples.
Isaiah Hammonds, Torrington: Caught two touchdown passes in a 36-14 win over Wolcott.
Thomas Ligi, Holy Cross: Scored three first-quarter touchdowns three different ways in a 54-12 win over Sacred Heart/Kaynor Tech.
Jalen Madison, Brunswick: Ran for 193 yards and two touchdowns in a 17-0 win over Cheshire Academy.
Alex Marshall, Bristol Eastern: Ran for 149 yards in a 14-0 win over Pomperaug.
Jake McAlinden, Cheshire: Ran for 197 yards and three touchdowns and had his first two career interceptions in a 35-20 win over Fairfield Warde.
Colin McCabe, Hand: Ran for three touchdowns in the Tigers’ 56-13 win over Wethersfield.
Chris Mierez, Rockville: Had eight carries for 86 yards and two touchdowns, and made 14 tackles in a 14-7, double-overtime win over Granby/Canton.
Jackson Moore, Coginchaug/Hale Ray/East Hampton: Caught 11 passes for 174 yards and three touchdowns and also had an interception in the Blue Devils’ 39-14 victory over Valley Regional/Old Lyme, the program’s first over the Warriors.
Eric Pino, Windsor Locks/Suffield/East Granby: Scored four touchdowns and ran for 154 yards in a 35-20 win over the Coventry co-op.
Xavier Powell, Watertown: Two interceptions, a fumble recovery, a touchdown run and two touchdown passes in a 35-0 win over Seymour.
Miles Ricks, Newtown: Ran 12 times for 88 yards and the winning touchdown as the Nighthawks beat West Haven 21-14.
Christian Salaman, Lyman Hall: Ran 15 times for 101 yards and two touchdowns in a 29-6 win at East Catholic.
Roberto Salas, Platt: Ran for 216 yards and a touchdown in a 39-14 loss at Notre Dame-West Haven.
Jack Sharpe, Killingly: Had 13 carries for 98 yards and the game-tying touchdown in a 14-7 win over Berlin.
Jaden Shirden, St. Joseph: Four first-half touchdowns in a 56-14 win over Wilton.
Anthony Simpson, Bloomfield: Had a 45-yard touchdown run, a 10-yard touchdown reception and a 22-yard touchdown interception return in a 48-0 win over Hillhouse.
Kyle Vaccarella, Fairfield Prep: Scored two touchdowns and blocked a punt in a 37-28 win at Fairfield Ludlowe.
Charles Walcott, Guilford: Ran for 193 yards and three touchdowns in a 37-3 win over Avon.
John Wise, New Canaan: Four touchdowns in the first half of a 54-7 win over Stamford.
Jackson Zalinsky, Notre Dame-West Haven: Threw for 238 yards and three touchdowns, ran for two, and helped the Green Knights win 39-14 over Platt.
Games to watch
All dates and times subject to change (public health):
Bacon Academy at Waterford, 4 p.m.: An early battle for ECC Division II supremacy, with both teams 3-0. Their common opponent is very common: Both teams beat Stonington 35-7.
Northwest Catholic at Berlin (Sage Park), 6:30 p.m.: Two CCC teams coming off a loss, Northwest to Weston (the Lions’ second in a row after falling to Plainville), Berlin in a top-20 battle to Killingly.
Bloomfield at Plainville, 6:30 p.m.: The Warhawks’ biggest test yet? Plainville is 3-0, coming off wins against Northwest Catholic and Law, a couple of well-regarded Class S and Class M teams. No. 7 Bloomfield is coming off three easy victories.
Branford at Sheehan, 7 p.m.: Sheehan hasn’t had to sweat much in three games, except when it had a slim lead over New Fairfield before burying the Rebels in the second half in Week 2. Next up is another preseason Class M well-regarded team, Branford, who comes in at 1-2 after a loss to… New Fairfield.
St. Joseph at New Canaan, 7 p.m.: In our preliminary list, this one was in all-caps. The No. 2 Cadets, their offensive showcase and stingy defense, meet up with Drew Pyne and the No. 9 Rams at Dunning Stadium.
Guilford at East Haven, 7 p.m.: A nice little SCC Tier III matchup between 3-0 teams. Both started out with a close one in the conference, East Haven over Foran, Guilford coming back to top Branford. They’ve both had an easier time of it the past couple of weeks in scheduling-alliance games.
Maloney at Middletown, 7 p.m.: Two teams that have drawn support in the also-receiving-votes portion of the GameTimeCT poll, though the 3-0 Spartans made a move this week off their win over North Haven. Middletown is 2-1, with its only loss to No. 1 Hand, and regained a poll vote this week.
Cheshire at Shelton, 7 p.m.: Tall task for the Rams, who got back on track last week against Fairfield Warde after a loss to Hall, to go into Finn Stadium and face the Gaels. Cheshire has some weapons, but Shelton’s defense hasn’t let much happen in three games.
Trinity Catholic/Wright Tech at Stamford, 2:30 p.m.: Off a narrow loss to Trumbull on Friday, the new co-op heads to Stamford for the first leg of the city championship. The co-op hosts Westhill on Nov. 9 for the second part, and Stamford and the Vikings finish it on Thanksgiving morning at Westhill.
Hamden at Xavier, 6 p.m.: Xavier dodged an 0-3 start with a win at New London on Saturday and plays its home opener against Hamden, which lost to New Milford on Friday (a different kind of Green Bowl) for the Green Dragons’ first defeat.