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- — Michael Fornabaio


Luke Arseneault, Enfield co-op: Hat trick, including the go-ahead goal, in a 5-4 win over Hall.

Liam Brooky, Lyman Hall: His second goal gave the Trojans the lead in a 4-2 win over Watertown/Pomperaug; Dylan Gay’s second put it away.

Amaan Chaudhry, Cheshire: Helped Cheshire to a 2-2 tie with Wethersfie­ld with 48 saves.

Tiernan Curley, Fairfield Prep: Five points, including a hat trick, in a 9-1 win over Notre Dame-Fairfield.

Ashton Delmonico, Notre Dame-West Haven: Scored the winning goal in a 2-1 win at Mount Saint Charles in Rhode Island.

Aaron Kail, Staples: Made 26 saves in a 4-2 win over McMahon/Norwalk.

Max Larkin, Woodstock Academy: His second goal, in overtime, beat E.O. Smith/Tolland 6-5.

Colby LaSalle, Notre Dame-Fairfield: Made 36 saves in a 1-0 overtime loss to Xavier.

Anthony Malonis, Hamden: Hat trick in a 4-3 win over Simsbury.

Nick Megdanis, New Canaan: Two goals, including the winner, and an assist in a 3-2 win over St. Joseph.

Luca Minopoli, Trumbull: Two goals on 13 shots and an assist in a 6-3 win over Staples.

Jacob Nelson, Rocky Hill co-op: Scored in overtime in a 3-2 win over Conard.

Evan Oliver, Newington co-op: Had a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over Hall.

Gennaro Pompano, East Haven: Scored twice in a 3-0 win over the Eastern CT Eagles.

Eric Prates, Eastern CT Eagles: Made 23 saves in his varsity debut against potent Sheehan in a 3-1 loss.

Ben Rascati, Xavier: Scored on a rebound in overtime to beat Notre DameFairfi­eld 1-0.

Michael Rodriguez, Glastonbur­y: His second goal put away a 4-2 win over Wethersfie­ld.

Kevin Sandor, Hand: Had a goal and an assist in a 4-3 win over Guilford.

Jay Socha, Wethersfie­ld: Scored in overtime to beat Glastonbur­y 4-3.

Max Stephens, New Milford: Stopped 23 shots in a 5-1 win over Byram Hills (N.Y.)

Niko Tournas, JBWA: Scored six goals in a 9-0 win over the Shepaug co-op.

Ryan Tymon, Fairfield: Two early goals started off a 5-2 win over Ridgefield.


Greenwich at Hamden, Monday, noon: Hamden has won four in a row, and the Cardinals have won two in a row.

Bishop Hendricken at Notre DameWest Haven (Bennett), Monday, 2 p.m.: Hendricken’s second game in Connecticu­t got called off a week ago because of the threat of bad weather. Let’s hope the Hawks and Green Knights get to play this one.

Xavier at Darien (Darien Ice), Monday, 4:30 p.m.: Xavier has won four in a row in-state after a 2-2 start, but this will be the biggest test since that 2-2 start.

St. Joseph at Trumbull (Rinks at Shelton), Monday, 7 p.m.: The Coach Eddy Cup honors the late Eddy LeMaire. Two teams playing well, too: Trumbull’s among the top teams in D-II, and St. Joseph, though 1-6, lost those six games by a combined nine goals.

Ridgefield at Notre Dame-West Haven (Bennett), Wednesday, 6 p.m.:

Ridgefield opened the year against then-No. 1 Fairfield Prep: overtime (the Jesuits won). Ridgefield faced then-No. 1 New Canaan last weekend: overtime (tie). Hey, guess what the Green Knights are ranked? Plan for a few extra minutes, just in case.

South Windsor at Glastonbur­y (Trinity College), Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.:

It’s looking a little like one of those Division II years where anybody can beat anybody. Here’s a match of a couple of teams with quality wins.

Darien at Fairfield (Wonderland), Wednesday, 8 p.m.: The Mustangs are showing again that they’re for real. Competitio­n with some of the big-name FCIAC teams, like their win over Ridgefield and this one this week, can cement that.

Masuk at JBWA (Danbury Ice), Saturday, 12:40 p.m.:

The old SWC rivals came into Sunday third and tied-fourth in the Division III playoff-point standings.

New Canaan at La Salle Academy (R.I.), Saturday, 2:30 p.m.:

La Salle, 2-0 against Greenwich and Darien last week, makes its case for an FCIAC championsh­ip this week. Shame it doesn’t play Fairfield.

North Haven at Cheshire (Astorino), Saturday, 8 p.m.:

Cheshire has played some competitiv­e teams well the past few weeks, and it will host a couple of more this week, South Windsor on Monday and the Nighthawks here. North Haven has won four in a row.

Darien at Ridgefield (Winter Garden), Saturday, 8:30 p.m.: This caps three games against top-10 teams for the Blue Wave this week.

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