• Noah Silverman, Berlin boys: Scored five goals, tying a school record, in the Redcoats’ 6-1 win over Bristol Central.
• Anthony Costa, RHAM boys: Had a hat trick in RHAM’s 7-3 victory over Bloomfield.
• Tess Atkinson, Berlin girls: Had three goals in Berlin’s 4-0 victory over Bristol Central.
• Alyssa Bergamini, Suffield girls: Recorded a hat trick in Suffield’s 6-0 win over Bolton.
• Angelique Rodriguez, Capital Prep girls: Had five goals in the Trailblazers’ 10-1 win over Bullard-Havens.
• Luis Rodriguez, Whitney Tech boys: Had three goals and an assist in a 6-0 win over Amistad.
• Kaleigh Panek, Shelton girls: Scored all six goals for Shelton in identical 5-3 losses to Cheshire, the latter in the SCC tournament quarterfinals.
• Julia Robillard, Lewis Mills: Had a hat trick in a 5-0 victory over Wamogo.
• Andrew Caplan, Sheehan boys: Had three goals and an assist in 6-1 win over Lyman Hall.
• Taylor Martins, Amity girls: Had a hat trick in a 4-3 win over Cheshire.
• Kenny Ofori, East Hartford boys: Had a hat trick in a 5-4 win over Bloomfield.
• Cooper Knecht, E.O. Smith boys: Had a hat trick in a 7-0 win over Enfield.
• Caroline Bogue and Megan Smith, Glastonbury girls: Had three goals apiece in the Tomahawks’ 6-0 win over Hall.
“I thought we outplayed them. We had a lot of the possession, but they went up 2-0 and went into a defensive shell. This is one of the better games we have played all year. The score does not show it. We are playing a really tough West Haven team. They have some kids who are like playing men against boys. They play to their strengths very well.”
Hamden boys soccer coach Ralph Romano told GameTimeCT.com about Hamden’s 2-0 loss to West Haven.
“There is nothing good about penalty kicks. That (finishing) has been our Achilles heel all year. We get great opportunities in most all of our games, but we don’t finish.”
Guilford girls soccer coach Scott McMahon told GameTimeCT.com in the Indians’ loss to Amity in PKs in the SCC tournament quarterfinals.
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• SCC boys tournament semifinals, Tuesday: For the second straight year, top-seeded Hand goes home, an upset loser in penalty kicks in the quarterfinals. This time, No. 8 seed Guilford advances to face No. 4 Fairfield Prep. Old SCC Housatonic Division rivals square off as No. 2 Shelton hosts No. 3 Cheshire.
• SCC girls tournament semifinals, Tuesday: No. 2 Cheshire and No. 3 Amity square off for the third time, having split the two regular-season meetings while top-seeded Hand hosts No. 5 West Haven.
• FCIAC tournament semifinals, Tuesday: Regular-season unbeatens No. 1 seed Greenwich and No. 2 Trumbull try to advance to the boys final while No. 1 St. Joseph and No. 2 Ridgefield try to make it a rematch in the girls tournament final.
• SCC tournament finals at West Haven, Thursday, 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.: Can the Shelton boys defend its title? Can the Hand girls win its first league championship outright since 2008?