• Ryan Young, Foran boys: Scored with 14 seconds left to help the Lions salvage a 2-2 tie with Lyman Hall.
• Alexa Cornacchia, Hamden Hall girls: Scored four goals in Hamden Hall’s 6-2 win over Westover.
• Lindsey Savko, St. Joseph girls: Had a hat trick in the Cadets’ 4-0 win over Trumbull.
• Maddie Kiely, Haddam-Killingworth girls: Had a hat trick in the Cougars’ 4-1 win over Coginchaug.
• Makayla Bigard, Wilbur Cross girls: Recorded a hat trick in a 6-3 loss to Sacred Heart Academy.
• Jadyn Reily, Hamden girls: Scored three times, twice in the second half, in a 4-1 win over Branford.
• Andrea Basilicato, Guilford girls: Scored four goals and added an assist in the Indians’ 7-1 win over Branford.
• Mia Ciardiello, Hopkins girls: Scored four times in a 7-1 win over King and assisted on all three goals in a 5-3 loss to Rye (N.Y.).
• Luis Rodriguez, Whitney Tech boys: Scored all three goals for Whitney Tech in the first half of the team’s 4-3 loss to Harding.
• Jason Raunikar, Westbrook boys: Had a hat trick in Westbrook’s 4-1 win over Portland.
• Kaleigh Panek, Shelton girls: Had a goal and three assists in Shelton’s come-from-behind 4-2 win over Lauralton Hall.
• J.P. Viruet, Seymour boys: Scored three times in the first half in a 4-0 win over Ansonia.
• Jack Pelley, East Windsor boys: Had a hat trick in East Windsor’s 7-1 win over Classical Magnet.
• Cooper Kenecht, E.O. Smith boys: Scored three goals in a 5-1 win over Manchester.
• Caroline Bouge, Glastonbury girls: Had a hat trick in the Tomahawks’ 7-0 win over Southington.
• Miura Wiley, Cheshire Academy girls: Had a hat trick in the first half in a 9-3 win over Watkinson.
• Olivia Dubuc and Kelsey Burr, Sheehan girls: Dubuc scored three times and Burr assisted on all three in Sheehan’s 4-0 win over Wilbur Cross.
• Sophia Kenny, Pomperaug girls: Scored all four of her goals in the first half of the Panthers’ 6-1 win over Naugatuck.
“Last year if we didn’t play with a lot of intensity we’d still win. This team can’t do that.”
St. Joseph girls soccer coach Jack Nogueira told the Connecticut Post following his team’s 4-0 win over Trumbull on Sept. 19. The Cadets are the reigning Class L state champions.
GET OUT AND GO
• Lauralton Hall at Hand girls, Monday, 6 p.m.: If Lauralton Hall is going to win another SCC Quinnipiac Division title, it will have to go through new division rival Hand.
• Wethersfield at Glastonbury boys, Tuesday, 3:45 p.m.: Unbeaten Wethersfield visits the reigning Class LL state champions in a CCC matchup.
• Fairfield Prep at Shelton, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: The last two SCC tournament champions square off. First place in the SCC Hammonasset Division in the line.
• Lauralton Hall at Guilford girls, Friday, 7 p.m.: Bittner Park is the place to be for this SCC interdivision matchup.
• Guilford at Hand boys, Saturday, 6:30 p.m.: The two SCC titans may not be division rivals anymore, but that doesn’t put any less impact on the league’s top rivalry for soccer.
• The last three results have been ties, including a scoreless one against Fairfield Prep last Thursday night, but still no losses during the regular season for nearly three years for the Hand boys. The unbeaten streak has reached 46 games.
— Joe Morelli