Girls basketball top performers/games to watch
Kameryn King, Mercy: King double-dipped, scoring 26 in 61-56 win over Sheehan, coming back two days later with 21 against Wilbur Cross in a 51-37.
Anna Paulman, Ludlowe: Sophomore scored a season-high 27 points in the Falcons 65-46 win over Bassick.
Taniyah Thompson, Hamden: The senior put in 24 points as Hamden handed Trumbull its first defeat of the season 46-44.
Allie Palmieri, Trumbull: The sophomore did all she could, scoring a game-high 26 points in Trumbull’s loss to Hamden.
Mia Juodaitis, Cheshire: The senior guard lit it up, scoring 31 points in the Rams 61-47 victory over Lauralton Hall.
Vanessa Stolstajner, Cromwell: The senior tallied 22 points in a 47-33 win over Coginchaug.
Erin Carucci, Northwest Catholic: The senior scored a game-high 20 points in a defeat of Southington 50-35.
GAMES TO WATCH
Hamden at East Haven, Wed. 7: Another To 10 tango for Hamden.
Wilbur Cross at Hand, Fri. 7: Want to make the SCC playoffs? You need to win game like this.
Northwestern at Lewis Mills, Fri. 7:15: Lewis Mills gets another shot at top team in the Berkshire League.
St. Joseph at Stamford, Fri. 7 p.m.: The real battle in the FCIAC will be for the last four league playoff spots, these two firmly in the mix.
Norwalk at New London, Sat. 3: As good as it gets in mid-January as unbeaten Bears travel to face the Whalers.
Newington at Windsor, Mon. 6:45: 10-1 vs 10-1 in battle of Top 10 teams from the CCC.
Coginchaug at Cromwell, Mon. 7: Coginchaug needs a change of course to qualify for Shoreline tournament after dropping three of five.