Top performers Ellie Pergolotti, Cheshire: Had a hat trick and added an assist in the Rams\u2019 7-0 victory over North Haven. Jada Ijeh, Sacred Heart Academy, and Ari Mullin, Hamden: Ijeh scored the deciding goal in overtime to help the Sharks defeat Hamden 4-3. Mullin scored all three goals for Hamden. Sophia Gabriel and defense, Guilford: Gabriel had a hat trick in Guilford\u2019s 4-0 win over East Haven and the defense posted its eighth and ninth shutouts (also 1-0 against Branford) to win the SCC B Division championship. Melina Ford, Mercy: Posted shutouts in Mercy\u2019s two SCC Division C tournament games against Sacred Heart Academy (2-0) and Cheshire (1-0) to win the division tournament title. Ford was the Division A Most Outstanding Player and finished the season with eight shutouts. Sam Forrest, Glastonbury: Scored three goals to help Glastonbury defeat Tolland 6-1 and added another pair as Glastonbury beat South Windsor 3-0 and won the CCC\u2019s Region C crown. Asia Vibert, Goodwin Tech: Her three goals helped Goodwin Tech defeat Capital Prep 6-2. Granby defense: Defeated Windsor Locks and Suffield by identical 4-0 scores to win its NCCC region and post its 10th and 11th shutouts. Granby allowed just two goals. Bella Pilato, East Haven: Had a hat trick in East Haven\u2019s 4-1 win over Wilbur Cross. Noelle Garretson, Shelton: Had a hat trick to lead Shelton past Foran 5-0 to claim the SCC Division C championship. Rian Goertz, Weston: Freshman scored both goals in the second half to lead Weston over Notre Dame-Fairfield 2-0 and win the SWC South Division title. Ruby McSherry, New Milford: Scored both goals to lead New Milford over Newtown 2-0 and win the SWC North Division championship.