• Frederick Cisse, Career/Hillhouse boys: Had three goals and an assist in a 5-3 win over North Haven.
• Michael Dilger, Valley Regional boys: Assisted on three goals in the Warriors’ 4-0 win over Coginchaug.
• Mohamed Kourouma Wilbur Cross boys: Had three goals and one assist in a 8-3 win over East Haven.
• Kaitlyn Loura, Cheshire girls: Recorded a hat trick in the Rams’ 5-1 win over Hamden.
• Cheshire defense, boys: Posted three shutouts this week (Lyman Hall 5-0, East Haven 5-0. Guilford 1-0) and now has six in its last seven games.
• Megan Doubleday, Wolcott girls: Recorded a hat trick in Wolcott’s 5-0 win over Seymour.
• Mikey Sciorentino, Shelton boys: Recorded a hat trick in the Gaels’ 3-1 win over Career/Hillhouse.
• Salah Oumorou, West Haven boys: Recorded a hat trick in the Westies’ 6-1 win at North Haven and in a 3-0 win over Career/Hillhouse.
• Katie Vita, Hamden girls: Recorded a hat trick in the Green Dragons’ 5-0 win over North Haven.
• Ally Carbutti and Carly Jacobs, Lyman Hall girls: Both players scored three goals apiece in the Trojans’ 8-2 win over East Haven.
• Shaquan Facey, Hartford Public boys: Had all three goals in Public’s 3-1 win over Newington.
• Naseem Thompson, Torrington boys: Had a hat trick in the Red Raiders’ 4-0 win over Waterbury Career.
• Sam Darko, Public Safety boys: Scored four goals in a 6-3 win over Hale-Ray.
• Kevin Linn, Law boys: Had a hat trick in the Lawmen’s 4-2 victory over Sheehan.
“It (the goal) was what we have come to expect from Gabi (Prisco) and Lauren (Lewis). They give everything they have. When you have that, you always have a chance.”
West Haven girls soccer coach Pete Trenchard told GameTimeCT.com about West Haven’s tying goal in an eventual 2-1 win over Branford.
GET OUT AND GO
• Shelton at Cheshire girls, Monday, 6 p.m.: Former SCC Housatonic Division rivals square off. Shelton won 1-0 last month. Cheshire vying for the top seed in the SCC tournament. This may not be the last time these teams tangle this season.
• Hand at Guilford boys, Monday, 7 p.m.: First time around was a scoreless tie between these two border rivals. Hand earns the top seed in the SCC tournament with a win.
• Glastonbury at Hall, Thursday, 6 p.m.: Both CCC powerhouses have a pair of losses, but this is still a matchup of teams that can make long postseason runs.
SCC, SHORELINE TOURNAMENT OUTLOOKS
• SCC and Shoreline tournaments, Saturday, sites, times TBA: Shelton is the defending SCC champion in both boys and girls while Old Lyme is the same in the Shoreline. All four teams will get a chance to defend. The Shoreline playoffs expand to six teams with the top two seeds getting first-round byes.