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Myah Crozse, Bristol Eastern: Her hat trick helped Bristol Eastern top Platt 7-0.
Chanille Assevero, Stamford: Finished with a hat trick in the Black Knights’ 4-0 win over Norwalk.
Julia Nichols, Northwest Catholic: Her goal with 2.7 seconds left in the second overtime period gave the Indians the 3-2 win over Berlin.
Niaya David, SMSA: Accounted for all three goals in SMSA’s 3-2 win over East Windsor.
Azria Malloy, Nonnewaug: Came through with a hat trick in Nonnewaug’s 5-0 win over Litchfield.
Suzie Imetovski, Seymour: Also had a hat trick as Seymour shut out Torrington 5-0.
Kate Shaffer, Conard: Also had a hat trick in Conard’s 6-0 win over Maloney.
Jade Strassner, Avon: Her three goals helped Avon triumph over Bristol Eastern 5-1.
Britney Couceiro, East Granby: Her hat trick helped East Granby edge Somers 4-3.
Aiden Kreitier, Weston: Her three goals helped Weston beat Stratford 4-0.
Lewis Mills defense: Saturday’s 5-0 win over Northwestern was the team’s ninth straight shutout. Lewis Mills has outscored opponents 66-0 this season.
East Haven: Defeated Hand for the first time in program history, winning 1-0 on a goal by freshman Emily Pycela.
“Their goalkeeper made one of the best saves you’ll see in the whole FCIAC this season. Unbelievable save.”
— Staples coach Barry Beattie said about Ridgefield goalkeeper Lauren Castle. Staples and Ridgefield played to a scoreless tie, keeping both teams unbeaten.
“What we wanted to prove was that we are a strong enough program to compete with anyone in the SCC.”
— East Haven coach Jake Hackett following the team’s 1-0 win over Hand. This was the first time East Haven has ever beaten Hand.
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Ridgefield at St. Joseph, Monday, 4 p.m.: Ridgefield comes off its first loss to New Canaan, which was the first team to score a goal against the Tigers this season. Game was postponed from Thursday due to inclement weather.
Cheshire at Amity, Wednesday, 3:45 p.m.: Amity shut out Cheshire the first time around, but the Rams are playing much better now.
Cromwell at Morgan (Indian River Complex), Saturday, 10:30 a.m.: Morgan will be looking to avenge its lone loss in a potential preview of the Shoreline Conference tournament final.
Weston at Watertown, Saturday, 4 p.m.: Love these non-conference matchups late in the season. Should prove beneficial for both clubs as the postseason approaches.
New Canaan became the first team to not only score on Ridgefield, but also defeat the reigning Class LL state champions 1-0 on Saturday.
Maria Nolan scored her 50th career goal in Granby’s 5-0 win over Ellington.
Who is the girls soccer top performer this week?
Aiden Kreitier, Weston
Lewis Mills defense
Chanille Assevero, Stamford
Myah Crozse, Bristol Eastern
Suzie Imetovski, Seymour
Kate Shaffer, Conard
Julia Nichols, Northwest Catholic
Niaya David, SMSA
Azria Malloy, Nonnewaug
Jade Strassner, Avon
Britney Couceiro, East Granby
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