CT High School Girls Basketball Top Performers, Games to Watch.

Ayanna Franks, Windsor: The junior scored her 1.00th Career point against Northwest Catholic, scoring 29 points in the game.

Nalyce Dudley, New London: Dudley scored her 1,000th Career point in New London’s win over North Kingstown (RI).

Rayne Durant Hamden Hall Durant scored her 1,000th Career point in a win over Convent of the Sacred Heart, scoring 27 points and deducting 14 rebounds in the game.

Marissa Nudd, Bacon Academy: Nudd had a career high and then surpassed it, scoring 29 points in Bacon’s win over Stonington and 30 in a win over Waterford.

Madison Roman, Ludlowe: Roman had a triple-double with 14 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds in a win over Hillhouse.

Elian Wood, Somers: The junior scored a game-high 17 points in the Spartans’ 50-36 win over Suffield.

Casey Mulligan, Woodland: Mulligan scored 21 points in Woodland’s win over Kaynor Tech.

Keana Criscuolo, North Branford: Criscuolo had 27 points in North Branford’s 47-48 win over Old Saybrook.

Sarah von Dohlen, Staples: The freshman had 21 points in Staples’ 53-45 loss to Danbury.

Nohely Santana, East Windsor: Santana scored 20 points in East Windsor’s 41-33 win over Tolland.

Leah Pergola, Torrington: The senior led by 22 points as the Raiders defeated Gilbert 66-45.

Mya Zaccagnini, Holy Cross: Zaccagnini had 25 points, 11 rebounds and 7 steals as the Crusaders defeated NVL rival Seymour 62-53

Carly MacDougald, Windsor Locks: The senior scored 17 points in the Raiders’ 44-34 win over Plainville.

Lauren Thompson, SHA: Thompson had 17 points in a win over Windsor and 20 points against Springfield Central at the Hoop Hall Classic

Mikayla Walton, Oxford: Walton led Oxford with 24 points, 19 of which came in the first half as Oxford beat Kennedy 61-49.

Maddie Topa, Northwest: The sophomore had 20 points in a 40-25 win over Nonnewaug, 22 against Somers and 21 in a win over Terryville.

Adela Cecunjanin, Cromwell: The senior had a double-double with 15 points and 17 rebounds in Cromwell’s 59-30 win over Canton.

Colleen Blackman, flawless: In Immaculate’s 55-43 win over Stratford, Blackman hit 5 3-pointers on her way to 21 points.

Lily Johnson, Sufffield: Johnson had a career-high 26 points, along with 11 rebounds, 6 assesses and 6 steals in a win over East Windsor.

Callie Cosgrove, Conard: The runner-up surpassed Hall by 35 points as Conard defeated his rival 55-25.

Haleigh Orzel, St Paul: Orzel made 7 3-pointers and scored 21 points in the Falcons’ win over Oxford, 51-44.

Claudia Schneider, Pomperaug: The senior went on with 25 points, 10 rebounds, 6 steals and 4 blocks in a 57-32 win over Masuk.

Kaleigh Bodak, Haddam Killingworth: Bodak had a double-double with 25 points and 12 rebounds in a win over Old Saybrook.

games to watch

Valley Regional at Fitch, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.: Valley has nine straight wins going into a conference crossover game in late January against the Falcons, who have won six out of seven.

#6 Hand at #3 Mercy, Thursday 7 p.m.: Hand took the first meeting between the two, 53-50, but now the action is shifting to Middletown.

No. 4 SHA in No. 1 Hamden, Friday 6 p.m.: The first game between the two was an overtime thriller won by the Dragons, who have been unbeaten and No. 1 since then. Battle of Hamden Round II.

Granby in Bolton Thursday 6pm: Bolton is trying to avenge his only loss of the season after winning eight straight games since losing to the Bears on December 29.

No. 10 New London at EO Smith, Saturday noon: In GameTimeCT’s Top 10 poll, just 12 points separated the Whalers and Panthers as they meet in this superb late-season crossover.

Pomperaug in New Milford, Monday 6 p.m.: The Green Wave (11-2) rolls in the SWC and wins eight times in a row as they host Claudia Schneider and Pomperaug (11-2).

No. 2 Ludlowe in St. Joseph, Tuesday, 7 p.m.: The last two unbeaten teams in the FCIAC go head-to-head and it could be one of the last chances a team has to put a blemish on the Falcons in the regular season.


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