Gabby Tirado, Cheshire: Had a hat trick in the Rams’ 8-0 victory over Hamden.
Chloe Humphrey, Darien: Her hat trick helped Darien defeat New Canaan 3-2.
Toni Domingos, Notre Dame-Fairfield: Scored the game’s first three goals to help Notre Dame beat Kolbe Cathedral 8-0, then four more in a 6-0 win over Bunnell. Domingos is now the program’s all-time goals leader with 106.
Ava Ferrie, Branford: Had three goals and an assist in Branford’s 9-0 win over Career/Hillhouse.
Asia Vibert, Goodwin Tech: Her three goals helped Goodwin Tech defeat Classical Magnet 9-3.
Sophie Zacchera, Granby: Had a hat trick in Granby’s 5-0 win over Windsor Locks.
Kedarjah Lewis, Haddam-Killingworth: Had two goals and two assists in the Cougars’ 4-3 victory over East Hampton.
New Haven, Connecticut – Tuesday, November 26, 2019: Name: Kedarjah Lewis All Area: Soccer School: Haddam-Killingworth HS
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Darien’s Chloe Humphrey (4) looks for an opportunity during a girls soccer game at Darien High School on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019.
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Darien’s Chloe Humphrey (4) breaks away with the ball during the Wave’s girls soccer game against New Canaan in Darien on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. Humphrey had a hat trick as Darien won, 3-2.
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Notre Dame-Fairfield girls soccer player Toni Domingos is on the best goal scorers in the state.
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Mercy goalie Melina Ford blocks a shot in the second half against Daniel Hand in Madison on September 17, 2019.
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H-K’s Kedarjah Lewis tries to find a passing lane as Old Lyme defenders close in during the second half.
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Anna Zoccolillo (left) of New Canaan and Gabriella Tirado of Cheshire maneuver for position on November 14, 2019 in a Class LL tournament game in Cheshire.
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Melina Ford, Mercy: Posted shutouts in Mercy’s final two regular-season games against Hamden and Lyman Hall. Ford now has posted five shutouts.
Kendra Gregg, Waterford: Scored twice in Waterford’s 4-0 win over Norwich Free Academy and assisted on the only goal of the game to knock off previously-unbeaten Bacon Academy.
— Abbie Burgess of Killingly scored six goals in four games last week and has become the program’s all-time leading scorer with 73 goals.
— Joe Morelli
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