• Kathryn Arena, Shelton girls: Had two goals and three assists in Shelton’s 8-2 win over Sacred Heart Academy.
• Gabriella Prisco, West Haven girls: Had two goals and three assists in West Haven’s 5-1 win over North Haven.
• Connor Moore, Platt Tech boys: Scored all three goals in Platt Tech’s 3-0 win over Cheney Tech.
• Ethan Sargent, Bolton boys: Had a hat trick in Bolton’s 7-2 win over Classical Magnet.
• Angelique Rodriguez, Capital Prep girls: Scored five goals in a 9-3 win over Bullard-Havens and had a hat trick in Capital Prep’s 9-0 win over Platt Tech.
• Imani Jenkins, Capital Prep girls: Scored four goals in the Trailblazers’ 10-3 win over Windham Tech and added three more in a 9-3 win over Bullard-Havens.
• Ashley Wright, Staples girls: Had a hat trick in the Wreckers’ 9-0 win over Greenwich.
• Kelsey Walicki, Med-Ed Prep girls: Had a hat trick in a 6-2 win over Public Safety/Aerospace.
• McKenzie Sullivan, Suffield girls: Had three goals and two assists in a 7-1 victory over Somers.
• Luis Rodriguez, Whitney Tech boys: Had a hat trick in a 3-0 win over Amistad.
• Alex Kells, Bunnell boys: Had a hat trick in the Bulldogs’ 6-1 win over Kolbe Cathedral.
• Caroline Bogue, Glastonbury girls: Scored four goals in the Tomahawks’ 8-0 win over Simsbury.
• Ashton Reina, Old Saybrook boys: Had a hat trick in the Rams’ 4-0 win over Hale-Ray.
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• Lauralton Hall at Mercy girls, Monday, 3:45 p.m.: Mercy rallied from two goals down to earn a tie with the Crusaders the last time around. Both teams trying to bounce back from losses last week to Guilford and Hand.
• Guilford at Hand girls, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.: Speaking of, the two border rivals played to a scoreless tie in the first matchup on Sept. 10.
• Hall at Farmington boys, Wednesday, 6 p.m.: Farmington hasn’t allowed a goal in six straight games since a season-opening loss to Glastonbury. Hall has allowed just one goal. Something has to give in this CCC matchup, right?
• Cheshire at Shelton boys, Friday, 7 p.m.: Former SCC Housatonic Division rivals and current top-10 ranked teams square off under the lights.
• Morgan at Sheehan girls, Saturday, 7 p.m.: Intriguing non-conference matchup between two teams that could be dangerous come postseason time.
• Old Saybrook boys coach Sam Barnes earned his 200th career victory Thursday night with the Rams’ 4-0 win over Hale-Ray. Barnes is currently 200-134-42 in 21 seasons as a head coach with the Rams.