Haley Oko, Shelton: Returns this week after a four-goal performance against Lyman Hall in an 8-1 win.
Kayla Howard, Hand: Also scored four times as the Tigers shut out Wilbur Cross 8-0.
Jess Kondic, Oxford: Scored three goals and added an assist to help the Wolverines top Torrington 6-0.
Mackenzie Gardner, West Haven: Goalkeeper posted three shutouts last week against Sheehan (1-0), Hand (0-0) and East Haven (0-0).
Kate Wickheisser, Oxford: Came through with a hat trick as the Wolverines topped Sacred Heart 8-0.
Kaila Lujambio, Mercy: Her hat trick helped the Tigers blank North Haven 5-0.
Gabby Tirado, Cheshire: Had two hat tricks last week against Lauralton Hall and Wilbur Cross.
Christina Orisini, Litchfield: Her hat trick and assist helped Litchfield beat Wamogo 7-0.
Maria Nolan, Granby: Had an eight-goal week: three each in wins over East Granby and Rockville and two more in the win over Bolton.
Sydney Segalla, Housatonic: Scored four goals in Housatonic’s 8-1 victory over Thomaston.
GET OUT AND GO
Guilford at Mercy, Tuesday, 3:45 p.m.: Guilford has yet to allow a goal this season. Mercy has allowed just one. Something has to give, right?
Holy Cross at Watertown, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Holy Cross hammered Wolcott 6-1 last week. Now can the Crusaders take care of the reigning NVL champion?
Morgan at Old Lyme, Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.: The reigning Shoreline Conference champion vs. the reigning four-time Class S state champion.
Suffield at Granby, Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.: These two titans shared the NCCC title last season. Last season’s regular-season matchup was a scoreless tie. Suffield’s last league loss was to Granby in 2011. Suffield has yet to allow a goal this season,
Ridgefield at McMahon, Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.: McMahon’s Peyton McNamara will try to solve Ridgefield’s defense that has yet to allow a goal this season.
Notre Dame-Fairfield at Weston, Saturday, 3 p.m.: Not only the top two teams in the Class M-S state coaches poll, but also a potential SWC tournament final preview.
Mercy at Shelton, Saturday, 5 p.m.: Rematch of last year’s SCC tournament final, won by Shelton in penalty kicks.