Connecticut boys soccer top performances, games to watch

A look at some of the top performances in high school boys soccer this past week:

Owen Bull, Trumbull: The senior striker has scored nine of Trumbull’s 15 goals this season with three more last week, including both goals in a 2-0 win over Greenwich to help Trumbull remain unbeaten.

Joey Rose, Manchester: Rose accomplished every keeper’s dream, scoring on a long punt which took a huge hop over the Hartford Public keeper’s head for a goal. Rose also kept a clean sheet in goal in the 6-0 win.

Mario Milardo, Xavier: Milardo tallied a hat trick as the Falcons beat Hamden 4-2.

Genti Ismaili, Pomperaug: The freshman scored two goals in a 4-1 win over Barlow to help the Panthers stay undefeated.

Drew Monteserin, South Windsor: The junior forward scored goals in each of South Windsor’s three wins this week with two against East Catholic and one each against RHAM and McMahon in the CCC-FCIAC Challenge.

Chris Baukus, Montville: Baukus scored a goal and dished out three assists as Montville defeated Tourtellotte.

Braden Gilbey, Avon: Gilbey scored two goals for Avon as part of a 3-2 win over Ridgefield after trailing 2-0 at halftime in the CCC-FCIAC Challenge.

Lucas Almeida, Hall: The UConn-bound striker tallied a hat trick as Hall beat Bristol Central 5-1.

Nate DaCruz, Seymour: DaCruz scored three times in a 6-0 win over Derby.

Brennon Johnson, East Hampton: Johnson converted a penalty kick in the 64th minute as East Hampton defeated Morgan 1-0.

Nate Reiter, Litchfield: Reiter had four goals and an assist  in a 6-1 Litchfield win over Housatonic Valley.

Zach Lamitie, Norwich Tech: Lamitie had three assists as Norwich Tech remained unbeaten with a 6-0 win over Grasso Tech.

Muluken Marchand, Cheshire: Marchand had three goals for the Rams in a 7-0 victory over Branford.

Matthew Dima, Oxford:  Dima scored twice and added three assists for the Wolverines in a 5-0 win over Ansonia.

GAMES TO WATCH

Avon at Glastonbury, Tuesday, 3:45:Glastonbury has conceded one goal in six games, Avon has scored 12 in five games, but not against a defense as strong as the Guardians.

Brookfield at Bethel, Tuesday, 4: Neither team has lost yet. The question is can Brookfield stop GameTimeCT 25 to watch player Andreas Shaboo of Bethel?

Canton at East Hampton, Wednesday, 6: One of the best from the NCCC visits one of the best from the Shoreline.

Pomperaug at Weston, Thursday, 6: Two of the league favorites this season, the last two SWC champions and a rematch of the 2019 SWC final. Yes please.

Norwalk at Danbury, Friday, 3:45: Norwalk has emerged as an early favorite in the FCIAC, but if one team can slow down the Bears, it is the Hatters with a defense that has four shutouts in six games.