Annie Acquavita, Cheshire: Acquavita passed the 100-goal mark for her career when she netted five in Cheshire’s 22-9 win over Branford on Tuesday. She also had two assists to give her seven points in the game.
Cameryn Antler, Mercy: The senior netted seven goals as Mercy defeated Lauralton Hall, 16-10. Mia Carbone had six goals in the win.
Claire Carew, Northwest Catholic: Carew had six goals and one assist and surpassed 100 goals for her career as Northwest Catholic downed RHAM 17-10.
Alexis DeLucia, Montville: DeLucia scored seven goals and had one assists as the Montville Indians defeated New London 18-8.
Annie Eddy, Cheshire: Eddy had five goals and one assist in the Rams’ 14-10 victory over Newtown and then scored a game-high seven goals in a 22-9 win over Branford.
Georgia Hoey, Ludlowe: Hoey made nine saves and allowed just three goals as Ludlowe defeated town rival Warde for the first time in seven years, 9-3 on Thursday. She then made 12 saves when the Falcons defeated Pomperaug 13-12 on Saturday. It was Pomperaug’s first loss this spring.
Ashley Humphrey, Darien: The junior had nine points on three goals and six assists as the Blue Wave rolled past Greenwich 21-8. That followed a four-assist performance in Darien’s 11-10 win over rival New Canaan on Saturday.
Lily Ivanovich, St. Joseph: Ivanovich had 12 points with six goals and six assists in the Cadets’ 19-4 win over Kennedy Catholic (N.Y.).
Sarah Jaques, Darien: Jaques scored a game-high five goals as No. 1 Darien defeated No. 2 New Canaan 11-10 at Dunning Field on Saturday. Jaques then had six goals during a 21-8 rout of Greenwich on Monday.
Jessie Kilburn, North Branford: Kilburn, a senior co-captain, scored nine goals and had two assists for 11 points in North Branford’s 15-9 win over Morgan.
Olivia Osterberg, Trumbull: Osterberg collected 11 saves as the Eagles defeated West Haven 12-6.
Jessica Russo, Fitch: Russo had four goals, including the winner in the final minute, as Fitch topped Morgan 17-16.
Brianna Shaw, Branford: The junior scored six goals to lead the Hornets to a 13-7 win over Lauralton Hall.
Emma Sabbadini, Stonington: Sabbadini racked up 11 points on five goals and six assists in Stonington’s 21-10 win over RHAM. Teammate Hannah Lamb scored seven goals.
Lydia Tinnerello, Old Lyme: Tinnerello scored seven goals and had one assist to lead Old Lyme to a 23-12 romp over Haddam-Killingworth.
Annie Uyeki, North Haven: The senior had seven points on three goals and four assists as North Haven edged Mercy 13-12.
GAMES TO WATCH
Glastonbury at Cheshire, Thursday, 6 p.m.: The 8-2 Tomahawks take on the 11-1 Rams in a battle of teams bound for the Class L playoffs.
New Fairfield at Pomperaug, Thursday, 7 p.m.: The undefeated Rebels take on the Panthers, who are looking to bounce back from their first loss.
Darien at Wilton, Friday, 3 p.m.: No. 1 Darien squares off with No. 3 Wilton with just a week to go before the FCIAC tournament begins.
Glastonbury at Minnechaug (Mass.), Saturday, 11 a.m.: Glastonbury continues a tough stretch of games as it heads north to face a 9-3 Minnechaug team.
Greenwich at New Canaan, Saturday, noon: Another key FCIAC battle as No. 6 Greenwich takes on No. 2 New Canaan at Dunning Field.
Canton at New Fairfield, Saturday, 4 p.m.: A clash between two Class S contenders.
Staples at Ludlowe, Saturday, 7 p.m.: One more FCIAC showdown of playoff-bound teams. Staples is ranked No. 4 and Ludlowe is No. 8.
Simsbury at Canton, Monday, 3:45 p.m.: Both teams lost for the first time this season last week and are looking to regain momentum for the playoffs.
Darien at Longmeadow (Mass.), Monday, 5 p.m.: Longmeadow faces its third FCIAC team this season. The Lancers lost to Greenwich and New Canaan on the road in April, and get top-ranked Darien at home.
Ridgefield at Wilton, Tuesday, 6 p.m.: A rivalry game between No. 7 Ridgefield and No. 3 Wilton. This could also be an FCIAC quarterfinal matchup just three days later.
Staples at New Fairfield, Tuesday, 6 p.m.: A big test for both teams. New Fairfield is the defending Class S champion and Staples is having its best season in years.