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Myah Croze, Bristol Eastern: Another week, another hat trick for Croze in Bristol Eastern’s 4-0 win over Maloney.
Leah Policarpio, Bristol Eastern: Had a hat trick in a 4-1 victory over East Catholic.
Kayla Field, East Hampton: Hat trick helped the Bellringers remain unbeaten with a 7-0 win over Hale-Ray.
Julia Alicea, E.O. Smith: Her hat trick helped E.O. Smith top East Hartford 8-1.
Sydney Neumeth, RHAM: Accounted for all three goals in RHAM’s 3-0 win over Berlin.
Caroline Campion, Cheshire: Came through with a hat trick in the Rams’ 9-0 win over North Haven.
Chanille Asseevero, Stamford: Produced a hat trick in the Black Knights’ 5-3 win over Bridgeport Central.
Maddie Fried, St. Joseph: Accounted for all three goals for the Cadets in their 3-0 win over New Canaan.
Tatianna Jones, Hamden: Her hat trick helped the Green Dragons shut out North Haven 4-0.
Alexis Szymecki, Wethersfield: Scored all four goals as Wethersfield blanked Newington 4-0.
Meadow Mancini, Watertown: Her hat trick propelled Watertown past Seymour 7-2.
Jenn Lliguizaca, Sacred Heart/Kaynor Tech: Scored four goals in a 7-5 triumph over Ansonia.
Sydney Segalla, Housatonic: Her three goals helped Housatonic top Gilbert 6-0.
Suffield defense: Shutouts against Rockville (5-0), East Granby (7-0) and Bolton (6-0) gives Suffield 12 in as many games.
Molly Rotondo, Lauralton Hall: Her hat trick helped Lauralton Hall beat Wilbur Cross 7-1.
Gabriella Groves, Sacred Heart Academy: Had three assists in the Sharks’ 5-0 win over Hamden.
Reese Purdy, Cheshire Academy: Her hat trick helped the ‘Cats defeat Hamden Hall 5-0.
Leya Vohra, Shelton: Her hat trick helped Shelton beat Law 5-0.
“We could have had three or four goals at halftime. They had three or four good chances and scored two goals, we probably had 10 chances and scored one goal. Sometimes it’s not your day, but you can’t keep saying that, you have to figure it out.”
Darien coach Leigh Parsons told GameTimeCT in the Blue Wave’s 2-1 loss to Westhill.
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St. Joseph at Staples, Monday, 4 p.m.: Top seed in the FCIAC tournament on the line here, as we ll as an unbeaten regular season for both these clubs.
Shelton at Mercy, Monday, 4 p.m.: Regular-season finale for both teams. No. 1 seed in the SCC tournament also on the line here. Tournament begins on Saturday.
FCIAC tournament quarterfinals, Thursday: St. Joseph, Staples and Ridgefield have all clinched home games. St. Joseph is the defending champion.
SWC tournament quarterfinals, Friday: Newtown will be the top seed. Immaculate, the defending champ, is the No. 5 seed.
SCC tournament quarterfinals, Saturday: Shelton and Mercy will host games. So will Amity while the other spot is still up for grabs. Hand should get a chance to defend its title and reach the championship game for the third straight year.
Shoreline tournament opening round, Saturday: Morgan controls its destiny to earn the top seed and a first-round bye into the semifinals. North Branford is the defending champion.
Sacred Heart/Kaynor Tech qualified for the CIAC state tournament for the first time in 22 years after beating Ansonia 7-5.
Lewis Mills allowed its first two goals of the season to Nonnewaug in a 6-2 win Friday.
Who is the girls soccer top performer of the week?
Gabriella Groves, Sacred Heart Academy
Tatianna Jones, Hamden
Molly Rotondo, Lauralton Hall
Reese Purdy, Cheshire Academy
Leya Vohra, Shelton
Caroline Campion, Cheshire
Meadow Mancini, Watertown
Leah Policarpio, Bristol Eastern
Maddie Fried, St. Joseph
Myah Croze, Bristol Eastern
Chanille Asseevero, Stamford
Sydney Neumeth, RHAM
Alexis Szymecki, Wethersfield
Kayla Field, East Hampton
Julia Alicea, E.O. Smith
Jenn Lliguizaca, Sacred Heart/Kaynor Tech
Sydney Segalla, Housatonic
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