Jayden Burns, New London: The junior guard scored 21 points in No. 6 New London’s out-of-conference win over Cromwell, 66-60.
Ariana Rivas, Innovation: Rivas put up a double-double with 19 points and 14 rebounds in a 42-33 win over Terryville.
Cassi Barbato, Trumbull: The junior scored a game-high 27 points as Trumbull defeated Westhill 67-51.
Tristin Oberg, Windsor Locks: Oberg had 12 points and 15 rebounds in her double-double effort during a 43-35 victory against Bolton.
Maya Slisz, New Britain: Slisz scored a game-high 18 points as New Britain upset No. 6 Wethersfield 56-50.
Natasha Rivera, Ansonia: Rivera had a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds in a 54-48 win over Crosby.
Janessa Gonzalez, St. Paul: Gonzalez helped St.Paul to a 58-40 win over Oxford with her 26 points and 6 steals.
Kaysie Dupuis, Parish Hill: Dupuis scored 24 points, leading Parish Hill over Aerospace 53-33, for Parish’s 11th consecutive victory.
Brianna LeBrun, Northwest Catholic: The sophomore piled up 18 points and 18 rebounds for the double-double in a 61-52 win over Conard.
Lauren Keel, East Windsor: Keel scored 22 points in an overtime win against Valley Regional, 45-41.
GAMES TO WATCH
Wethersfield at Berlin, Monday, 6:45: Wethersfield may have the best chance to knock Berlin from atop the CCC standings, though it is riding a two-game losing streak entering the week.
Hillhouse at Sheehan, Monday, 7 p.m.: Hillhouse won the first matchup 51-50 but now the game moves to the Titans home floor. Sheehan already got revenge on Hand for its only other SCC loss.
Sacred Heart Academy at Hamden, Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Sacred Heart’s first loss of the season came against Hamden. The Sharks have won four games in-a-row, all by double digits, while the Dragons have dropped two straight.
Bacon Academy at New London, Thursday, 7 p.m.: Both teams have one loss in the ECC, both to NFA. This one looms large in the conference standings.
Staples at Stamford, Thursday, 7 p.m.: No. 3 Staples is atop the FCIAC standings with one loss in the league, Stamford is among four teams with two league losses, chasing the Wreckers.
Danbury at Norwalk, Thursday, 7 p.m.: Speaking of FCIAC teams with two losses in the league standings, both the Hatters and Bears will need this one to secure a top four seed in the tournament.
Bullard Haven at Abbott Tech, Friday, 6 p.m.: Abbott Tech has won seven in-a-row since dropping its only game of the season 53-42 to Bullard Havens. Each team has only one CTC loss and the winner of this, likely wins regular-season title.
Southington at Glastonbury, Friday, 6:45 p.m.: Two of the hottest teams in the state. Southington has won 11 of 12 while Glastonbury has won 12 of its last 13 with the only loss coming at the hands of No. 2 NFA.
Weston at Pomperaug, Friday, 7 p.m.: Big SWC matchup as Weston fights for a league playoff spot while Pomperaug keeps hopes of a top-four seed alive with a win.
Cromwell at Newington, Saturday, 10:30 a.m.: Breakfast and basketball as Cromwell takes on its third out-of-conference ranked team with a trip to No. 5 Newington.
— Scott Ericson