Maya Mlynarska, New Britain: Scored five times in the Hurricanes’ 8-0 victory over Hartford Public.
Olivia Dubuc, Sheehan: Scored the game’s first four goals in Sheehan’s 9-1 rout of Wilbur Cross.
Caroline Campion, Cheshire: Scored four goals in the Rams’ 5-2 win over North Haven.
Sam Forrest, Glastonbury: Scored three goals in the Tomahawks’ 4-1 win over Tolland.
Tessa McMillan, Granby: Recorded a hat trick in Granby’s 7-0 win over SMSA.
Ridgefield defense: Two more shutouts, both 2-0 for goalkeeper Lauren Castle and the rest of the Tigers against Fairfield Ludlowe and Greenwich, respectively.
Elizabeth St. George, New Canaan: Finished with a hat trick in the Rams’ 6-0 shutout of Stamford.
Stephanie Heck, Enfield: Finished with a hat trick in Enfield’s 7-1 victory over East Hartford.
Mackensie Sam, Brookfield: Totaled four goals in the Bobcats’ 7-1 victory over Stratford.
“That was our goal, to stop those two from scoring. I think (defender Keeley Kortze) did an amazing job on Kacey with that today; my other backs kept an eye on Gia and made sure she didn’t get space to get into.”
Newtown coach Marc Kenney told GameTimeCT on keeping Masuk duo Kacey Lawrence and Gia DeLorenzo off the scoreboard in a scoreless tie.
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Old Lyme at Hand, Monday, 6 p.m.: Key non-conference tilt that was originally supposed to be the season opener. How will Old Lyme fare at the Surf Club?
Farmington at Southington, Tuesday, 6 p.m.: Farmington owns a tie against Glastonbury already while Southingon suffered its first loss to Glastonbury in another CCC matchup. Can Southington rebound?
Hand at Guilford, Wednesday, 6 p.m.: Guilford has struggled in the early-going, but there’s nothing like facing your chief rival to get the adrenalin going.
Notre Dame-Fairfield at Newtown, Thursday, 4 p.m.: Does the SWC championship go through one of these two teams?
Mercy at Shelton, Friday, 3:45 p.m.: Good measuring-stick game for two of the SCC’s top programs.
Bristol Eastern’s Myah Croze now shares the school record of career goals with 42. She can become the all-time leader on Tuesday against Platt.