– Will Forrest’s late goal and Sean Keegan’s 28 saves led Ridgefield to a 2-1 win over Hamden. Matteo van Wees gave the Tigers a lead; James Smyth tied it for Hamden in the second. Stephen Richetelli made 26 saves.
– Xavier scored four goals in a row, the last by Austin Reid in the closing seconds, and beat Northwest Catholic 4-3. The Lions led 3-0; Ryan Sherba scored twice, then assisted on Tucker Alissi’s goal early in the second period. Aden Hotchkiss and Reid scored two apiece for the Falcons in the comeback. Jared Guidobono made 27 saves in the win.
– Vin Breda’s late power-play goal gave Suffield/Granby/Windsor Locks a 4-3 win over Simsbury. The Wildcats led 3-1 before Simsbury came back on late goals by Charlie Driscoll (power play) and Jake Magaw.
– Joey Neleber’s goal was the winner late in the second period in Guilford’s 3-1 win over New Fairfield/Immaculate. Jack Ring, who’d assisted on John Delucia’s tying goal in the first, put it away with an empty-netter.
– Jake Aloi and Joe Aloi scored in the third period as East Haven came from behind to beat Simsbury 5-4. Simsbury claimed a 2-0 lead on goals by Riley Chapman and Jake Magaw (three points), but the Yellowjackets got two goals from Joe Lorello and one from Nick Capone to make it 3-3 going to the third.
– Tim Arena scored two goals in Farmington Valley’s 4-1 win over South Windsor. Matt Arena and Sam Buchanan also scored. John Russo’s short-handed goal for South Windsor had cut the lead to 2-1 before the Generals finished it off.
– Paul Wilson scored in overtime as Conard beat South Windsor 2-1. South Windsor tied it in the third period on a goal by Jack McCluskey.
– Cal Wilcox made 30 saves as Woodstock Academy tied New Fairfield/Immaculate 1-1. The Centaurs beat NFI 6-5 earlier in the season in a matchup of two of last year’s Division III final four; NFI moved up to Division II this year. Alex Hess of NFI tied it in the second period, answering Nathan Deluca’s goal. Shane Conciatore made 24 saves for the Rebel Mustangs.
– Scott Bradley’s hat trick led Lyman Hall/HK/Coginchaug to a 4-2 win over Newtown. Dom Cartelli scored both goals for the Nighthawks. Cartelli had had a hat trick earlier in the week in Newtown’s 7-5 win over Masuk; Scott McLean added two goals. Elijah Begin scored twice for Masuk.
– Tag Weiss made 25 saves as Masuk beat Sheehan 7-0. Begin and Adam Montague each had five points, and Casey Bowler had three assists.