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- — Joe Morelli


Victor Payne, Cromwell: Scored 36 points to help the Panthers defeat Old Saybrook 69-51.

Jayson Penney, Coginchaug: Had 24 points, nine rebounds and nine assists in the Blue Devils’ 71-59 win over Haddam-Killingwor­th.

Shane Weber and Caden Borges, Brookfield, and Arik Dagnan, Pomperaug: Weber poured in 46 points and Borges added 27 more to help the Bobcats outscore Pomperaug 100-77. Dagan scored 35 to lead the Panthers.

Connor Evans, Lewis Mills: Posted a double-double (24 points, 20 rebounds) in a 78-70 double-overtime win against Maloney.

Drew Williams, WCA: Williams scored 28 points in WCA’s 89-63 win over Seymour.

Jhani Barge, Ansonia: Scored 34 points to lead the Chargers past Derby 74-43 and had 32 more in the Chargers’ 79-65 loss to Crosby.

Weston LaBrecque, Rockville: Scored 35 points, leading Rockville to the 72-54 victory over Granby.

Elijah Parker, Holy Cross: Scored 28 points to help the Crusaders defeat Wilby 63-55.

Mekhi Conner, Notre Dame-West Haven: Scored 28 points in the Green Knights’ 71-62 win at Xavier.

Jason Robinson, Crosby: Scored 30 points, including the 1,000th of his career, in the Bulldogs’ 79-65 win over Ansonia.

Caden Drezek, Seymour: Scored 33 points in an 89-63 loss to WCA.

Isaac Aguilar, Avon: Scored 24 points in a 61-42 loss to Conard and added 22 more in a 59-51 win over Rockville.

Mamush Ciccarello, Hale-Ray: Scored 39 points in a 76-53 loss to Morgan.

Brody Belanger, Windham Tech: Scored 26 points and made his 100th career 3-point shot in Windham Tech’s 92-73 win over Ellis Tech.

Sean Racette, Trumbull: Scored 26 points in the Eagles’ 62-46 win over Norwalk.

Anthony Nimani, Platt: Scored 31 points in the Panthers’ 67-53 win over Bristol Central.

Declan Regan, Newtown: Regan scored a career-high 27 points in Newtown’s 59-46 win at Stratford.

Cam Perkins, Danbury: His 36 points helped the Hatters win at St. Joseph 73-65.

Brandon Naccarato, Westbrook: Scored 31 points in the Knights’ 52-38 loss to Morgan.

Jonny Broas, Oxford: Scored 29 points in the Wolverines’ 58-48 win over Watertown.

Eddie Dwake, Morgan: Scored 24 points in the 52-38 win over Westbrook and added 20 more in the 74-55 win over Hale-Ray.

Joe Rusczyk, Portland: Scored 28 points in the Highlander­s’ 79-41 win over Haddam-Killingwor­th.

Lucas Pivovar, Shelton: Made a pair of free throws with 1.4 seconds left in a tie game in overtime to help Shelton go on to defeat Career 59-55. Pivovar finished with 22 points.

Brandon Powell, Canton: Scored 25 points in Canton’s 54-52 win over previously-undefeated Windsor Locks.

Freddie Camp, Northweste­rn, and Reed Woerner, Shepaug: Camp scored 31 points in the 76-70 win for Northweste­rn. Woerner led Shepaug with 35 points.


Wilbur Cross senior Christian McClease surpassed 1,000 career points in the Governors’ 79-38 victory over East Haven.

Riley Fox became the all-time leading scorer at Conard, passing Jack Phelan in the 61-42 win over Avon.


Danbury at Warde, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: How will Danbury respond off its first loss of the season? Excellent FCIAC road test for the Hatters.

Cromwell at Morgan, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Cromwell came to Clinton with a 17-0 record last season and left Morgan High with its first loss. Can it happen again in this Shoreline Conference tilt?

Kennedy at WCA, Friday, 7 p.m.: Kennedy ended WCA’s 11-game winning streak last Friday. WCA gets a shot at revenge a week later.

Ridgefield at Windsor, Saturday, 7 p.m.: The back end of a home-and-home series. Ridgefield coming off handing Danbury its first loss on Saturday. Windsor won at Ridgefield last season 65-62.

Kolbe Cathedral at Brookfield, Monday, 7 p.m.: Kolbe needs to be careful here: Bobcats already have 11 victories this season. Kolbe needs to stay one game behind Notre Dame-Fairfield in the SWC standings.

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