Mya Johnson, Old Lyme: Had three assists in the Wildcats’ 6-0 win over Westbrook and had a hat trick in a 6-1 win over Coginchaug.
Ashley Wenzel, Berlin: Finished with four goals in the Redcoats’ 6-0 win over Middletown.
Olivia Dubuc, Sheehan: Scored with 38 seconds left to lift Sheehan past Lyman Hall 4-3.
Meadow Mancini, Watertown: Her four goals not only helped her reach 100 for her career, but also to beat Naugatuck 5-2.
Zoe Miller, North Branford: Had a hat trick in the Thunderbirds’ 7-1 victory over Hale-Ray.
Alana Snow and Sophia Vescera, Holy Cross: Both players scored three goals in the Crusaders’ 8-1 win over Ansonia.
Gia DeLorenzo and Kacey Lawrence, Masuk: Both players had hat tricks as Masuk beat Bunnell 6-0.
Jazzy Sztyler-Magee, Lewis Mills: Had a hat trick to help Lewis Mills blank Nonnewaug 6-0.
Izzy Newbury, Plainfield: Accounted for the game’s only goals to help Plainfield top Norwich Free Academy 3-0.
Fernanda Serna, Convent of the Sacred Heart: Had a hat trick to help Sacred Heart blank Hamden Hall 4-0.
Toni Domingos, Notre Dame-Fairfield: Scored three times in the Lancers’ 6-0 win over Bethel.
Sam Lockyer, King: Scored three times in the King’s 6-0 win over Forman.
“That is a good team. That is the best team we have seen this year. They were better all the way around from the coaches all the way down to the ball girls. They were better.”
Amity coach Owen Quigley said about Shelton following the Gaels’ 3-0 win.
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Staples at Ridgefield, Tuesday, 4 p.m.: Rematch of last year’s Class LL state championship game, won by Ridgefield. Both teams come in without a loss.
Immaculate at Newtown, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: A pair of one-loss South-West Conference teams duke it out under the lights. Newtown’s loss was in non-conference play (to Naugatuck).
Watertown at Wolcott, Wednesday, 6 p.m.: The remaining unbeatens in the Naugatuck Valley League square off in its only regular-season matchup.
Simsbury at Glastonbury, Thursday, 3:45 p.m.: Simsbury is coming off a loss to Southington Friday but should still make this pivotal CCC contest quite competitive.
Ridgefield at St. Joseph, Thursday, 4 p.m.: St. Joseph’s explosive offense against Ridgefield’s unyielding defense. Something has to give here..
Cheshire at Newtown, Saturday, 7 p.m.: Intriguing non-conference matchup with a suddenly hot Cheshire team invading SWC territory.
McMahon’s Chloe Ortolano broke the school record for goals in a 3-0 win over Trinity Catholic. Ortolano’s 38th goal broke the mark previously held by Kiki Koroshetz.
Bristol Eastern’s Myah Croze broke the school record for goals in a 5-4 loss to Enfield. Crozee’s 43rd goal broke the mark previously held by Christy Carone.