D.J. Ransom, Wilcox Tech: Scored 30 points, including the 2,000th of his career, in Wilcox Tech’s 78-52 win over East Hampton.
Chris Speaker, Wolcott Tech: Poured in 48 points as Wolcott Tech beat Vinal Tech 103-71..
Jaylin Hunter, East Catholic: Scored 30 points in a 75-45 win over Manchester and 25 points in a 74-52 victory at Windsor.
Kerwin Prince, Crosby: Scored 31 points in the Bulldogs’ 92-47 victory over Watertown.
Hunter Smith, Gilbert: Finished with 33 points in Gilbert’s 84-76 loss to Shepaug.
Stephen Brady, East Hampton: Scored 35 points in the Bellringers’ 75-51 win over Westbrook.
Dion Perkins, Seymour: Scored 33 points in a 76-60 win over Derby.
Jahwan Cody, Derby: Scored 32 points in a 81-64 loss to Torrington.
“I only need 300 more to catch the great (Danbury girls coach) Jackie DiNardo.”
— Immaculate coach Nelson Mingachos said after winning his 200th game, a 60-40 victory over Brookfield.
GET OUT AND GO
Trumbull at Danbury, Wednesday, 7 p.m.: No. 1 seed in the FCIAC tournament on the line here.
SCC tournament opening round, at site of higher seed, 6:30 p.m.: Hamden is the defending champion. Notre Dame-West Haven and Amity are the top two seeds.
CCC tournament opening round, at site of higher seed, Thursday, 7 p.m.: East Catholic is the defending champion, but Windsor, Manchester and Glastonbury are all hoping to unseat the Eagles.
SWC tournament, at site of higher seed, Friday, 7 p.m.: Notre Dame-Fairfield is the defending champion. Immaculate is the top seed.