Abby Charron, Canton: The senior had a two triple-doubles, last week. She had 12 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in Canton’s 72-46 win against Ellington and 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in Canton’s 69-39 victory over Granby Memorial.
Cassi Barbato, Trumbull: The junior scored 22 points to lead Trumbull High to a 46-41 victory over No. 7 Stamford.
Kate Joyce, Weston: The senior guard had 24 points and 18 rebounds in a win over Stratford, 50-36.
Jaida Vasquez, Plainville: In a 59-58 loss to Hartford Public, Vasquez lead all scorers with 30 points, 8 rebounds and 5 steals.
Braeden LeBeau, North Branford: LeBeau went for 24 points and 13 rebounds as North Branford won a thriller over Haddam-Killingworth 54-52.
Karissa Zocco, Newington: The sophomore led the team with 17 points, hitting five 3-pointers as No. 4 Newington defeated Sheehan 53-47.
Natalie Panagrosso, Lyman Hall: The junior center scored a career-high 22 points as part of a victory over Cheshire, 63-44.
Carly Graves, Portland: The junior guard had 23 points in a 62-37 defeat of Tourtellotte.
Sara Wohlgemuth, Hand: Hand beat Lauralton Hall, 66-34 with Wohlgemuth scoring a game-high 27 points.
GAMES TO WATCH
Newtown at NFA, Monday, 5:30: No. 4 NFA has knocked off a ranked team the last two weeks. Will the No. 2 Nighthawks be the third?
Hall at Southington, Tuesday, 6:45: No. 9 Southington is looking to avenge its only loss of the season, having won 10 in-a-row since losing to Hall in December.
New London at Cromwell, Tuesday, 7: Cromwell plays perhaps the toughest out-of-conference schedule in the state, but has not yet won outside the Shoreline this season. The No. 8 Whalers will be a big challenge.
Hand at Wilbur Cross, Tuesday, 7: This is the first of two meetings between two teams contending for the top spot in the SCC with both teams entering with just one loss each in the league.
Stamford at Hamden, Wednesday, 7: Great midseason FCIAC-SCC crossover between two perennial Class LL contenders. Games like this are what get you home state playoff games.
Norwalk at Trumbull, Thursday, 7: The two preseason favorites in the FCIAC finally get to face-off on the court. These two teams have won the last three FCIAC titles.
Holy Cross at Naugatuck, Thursday, 7: Holy Cross’ offense has been explosive in the NVL, scoring over 60 points in all of its victories. Naugy has yet to allow 60 to any opponent.
E.O. Smith at Berlin, Friday, 6:45: Berlin just got Ashley Wenzel back from injury, adding an all-state caliber talent to a team with only one loss.
East Haven at Shelton, Friday, 7: Shelton has won six-straight for the second time this season. East Haven poses the biggest test for the Gaels thus far.
Nonnewaug at Thomaston, Friday, 7: Nonnewaug’s top spot in the Berkshire League standings is at stake as it travels to play the always tough Thomaston.