• Taylor Scully, Hand girls: Scored four goals in a 6-1 win over Lyman Hall.
• Caroline Monahan, Lauralton Hall girls: Scored four goals in Lauralton’s 6-1 win over Lyman Hall.
• Jill Klem, Cheshire girls: Had her first hat trick in the Rams’ 5-0 win over North Haven.
• Lukas Szymecki, Wethersfield boys: Scored five goals in Wethersfield’s 10-3 win over Middletown.
• Jordan Bunting, Amistad boys; Cristhian Zaldivar Public Safety boys: Both recorded hat tricks in Amistad’s 5-4 win.
• Kiley Harnish, Holy Cross girls: Had three goals and an assist in the Crusaders’ 8-1 win over Seymour.
• Angelique Rodriguez, Capital Prep girls: Scored six goals in the Trailblazers’ 11-0 win over Wilcox Tech.
• Claudia Benz, Westhill girls: Had a hat trick in a 4-4 tie with Staples.
• Jenna Covello, Terryville girls: Scored four goals in an 8-2 win over Shepaug Valley.
• Johana Campoverde, Platt Tech girls: Had two goals and four assists in Platt Tech’s 7-1 win over Prince Tech.
• Mikey Sciorentino, Shelton boys: Recorded a hat trick in the Gaels’ 4-0 win at North Haven.
• Naseem Thompson, Torrington boys: Scored all three of his goals in the first half of the Red Raiders’ 5-1 victory over Wolcott.
“Trumbull was a dynasty at that point, so just to be mentioned in the same sentence with a team like that during that decade is just amazing for us and an honor.”
Glastonbury girls soccer coach Joe Finocchiaro told the Hartford Courant about the Golden Eagles’ 49-game winning streak in the late 1990s. Glastonbury broke Trumbull’s record against Avon Thursday and now has won 50 straight games.
GET OUT AND GO
• Sheehan at Shelton girls, Monday, 7 p.m.: Will decide the SCC Oronoque Division title. Sheehan won at home in the first matchup.
• Fairfield Prep at West Haven boys, Monday, 7:30 p.m.: Can West Haven hand Prep its first SCC Hammonasset Division loss? The Jesuits won 3-2 at home last month.
• New Canaan at St. Joseph girls, Wednesday, 4 p.m.: New Canaan surprised Ridgefield last Thursday. Can the Rams do the same to the Cadets?
• Hand at Fairfield Prep boys, Wednesday, 4 p.m.: Arguably the two best teams in the SCC square off for a second time. First result was a scoreless tie at the Surf Club.
• Guilford at Cheshire, Wednesday, 6 p.m.: Possible home games in the upcoming SCC tournament and the tournament’s No. 1 overall seed could be up for grabs here.
• Cheshire at Guilford boys, Friday, 6 p.m.: Another tight, low-scoring game is expected after the two teams tied at 1 the last time around. The SCC Oronoque Division crown will also be decided here.
• Cheshire boys soccer coach Artur Branco won his 250th game Saturday night when the Rams beat Wilbur Cross 1-0.