Brielle Behuniak, Naugatuck: The senior 10 kills and 15 assists in the Greyhounds’ 3-0 win over Oxford on Thursday.
Meredith Blinn, RHAM: The Sachems’ senior collected 20 digs in a three-set shutout of South Windsor on Monday.
Ali Castro, Trumbull: The Eagles’ setter had 76 assists and 23 digs in a two-game span in which Trumbull topped Warde 3-2 and Shelton 3-1.
Ana Castro-Rodriguez, Masuk: The Panthers’ junior setter and captain racked up 50 assists during a five-set win over Immaculate on Monday. She also had 9 aces, 5 kills and 3 digs.
Bailey Cenatiempo, Trumbull: The junior collected a combined 31 kills and 51 digs as the Eagles defeated Warde and Shelton in back-to-back matches.
Elaina Cummiskey, Darien: Cummiskey had 10 kills, 3 aces, and 9 digs in the Blue Wave’s 3-0 sweep of New Canaan on Thursday.
Naliah Grannell, Hamden: The senior hitter racked up 25 kills, 9 blocks and 5 digs in a 3-0 shutout of Foran.
Paula Hernandez, Woodstock Academy: The senior hitter had 25 kills, 39 digs and 3 aces while leading the Centaurs to a 3-1 victory over Darien on Saturday.
Kate Joyce, Weston: The senior collected 16 kills, 34 digs and 7 aces during back-to-back victories over Pomperaug and Bethel.
Becca Mayer, SMSA: The senior dished out 36 assists and had 10 digs, 3 kills and 2 aces in SMSA’s 3-1 win over Ellington.
Betsy Sachs, Westhill: Sachs led the Vikings with 19 kills, 5 aces and 4 blocks during a 3-1 victory over Ludlowe in a key FCIAC match on Monday.
Emily Semedo, WCA: Semedo, a senior, collected 14 kills, 9 aces and 5 blocks in the Spartans’ 3-2 win over Sacred Heart.
Jackie Soderlund, Ludlowe: Souderlund had a game-high 17 kills and four blocks in the Falcons’ 3-1 victory over St. Joseph.
MATCHES TO WATCH
New Milford at Masuk 6 p.m., Thursday: After winning its first 12 matches, New Milford has dropped two of three. The Green Wave will try and right the ship against the 12-3 Panthers, who have won four straight.
Law at Amity, 5:30 p.m., Thursday: Both teams are in the thick of the SCC playoff race. Amity took the first meeting, 3-1, at Law on October 2.
Newtown at Woodstock Academy, 5:30 p.m., Friday: Since stumbling out of the gate, Woodstock Academy has been on a tear, winning 10 straight including a 3-1 win over Darien on Saturday.
Trumbull at Greenwich, 5:30 p.m., Friday: With the regular season winding down, both Greenwich and Trumbull are looking to wrap up FCIAC quarterfinal home matches.
Amity at Guilford, 5:30 p.m., Monday: An SCC battle between last year’s Class LL champion, Amity, and this year’s front-runner Guilford. Guilford pitched a shutout at Amity in the first meeting back on October 4.
Law at Shelton, 6, Monday: Law’s second chance at revenge in as many games. The Gaels topped the Eagles 3-0 on October 4.
Seymour at Woodland, 6 p.m., Monday: Seymour has yet to drop a set this season, but will get a challenge from Woodland, which has won 13 of 15 matches so far.
SMSA at Coventry, 5 p.m., Wednesday: Last year’s NCC champion travels to Coventry to take on the unbeaten Patriots.
Joel Barlow at Newtown, 5:30 p.m., Wednesday: A classic SWC match-up with the conference tournament on deck.
Seymour at Naugatuck, 6 p.m., Wednesday: The two NVL powers clash in the final match before the postseason. Seymour is 16-0, while Naugatuck suffered its first loss on Tuesday and is 16-1.