Top Connecticut high school field hockey performances from Week 5

Branford’s Nina Shamas

Branford’s Nina Shamas


Izzy Butler, Newtown, F, Sr.: Scored twice, including one on a penalty stroke, and added three assists in a 6-1 SWC win over Immaculate. Has 10 goals and 10 assists on the season.

Elizabeth Kendra, Wilton, M-F, Jr.: Had a goal in a 2-2 tie with Glastonbury.

Margaret Morgan, New Fairfield, D, Sr.: Team captain achieved dream of scoring first varsity goal before graduating. Morgan scored on an offensive corner and assisted the following offensive corner to lead the Rebels to a 7-1 win over Wamogo.

Emma Nahon, Staples, M, Jr.: Had three goals combined in a 6-1 FCIAC win over Stamford and 7-0 win over Trumbull.

Leah Nelson, Conard, Forward, Sr.: Had four goals and an assist combined in a pair of 3-0 wins over Southington and Granby.

Rilee Reutenauer, Sheehan, G, So.: Had 22 saves in a 5-0 loss to SCC rival Guilford and 15 saves in a 2-0 loss to SCC rival Hand. Has 115 saves for the season. “Rilee is literally standing on her head each game for this young team and keeping us close in each game,” Sheehan coach Katie Gill said. “Hand didn’t score until the third quarter and she kept Guilford scoreless in the second half.”

Sofia Reyes, Fairfield Ludlowe, F, Jr.: Using exceptional speed, Reyes scored four goals in a 7-0 FCIAC win over Danbury.

Sadie Ruiz, Wethersfield, M, So.: The attacking midfielder had two goals and an assist in a 4-1 CCC win over Somers and had two assists in a 3-0 CCC win over Farmington.

Reagan Schoen, Newtown, F, Sr.: She scored her first hat trick of her career in a 6-1 SWC win over Immaculate. She has 11 goals and four assists.

Nina Shamas, Branford, G, Sr.: Last week, the Hornets had a 2-0 SCC win over Amity and 9-0 SCC win over Lyman Hall to give Shamas seven straight shutouts and nine total for the year.

Sammy Slough, Wilton, M-F, Jr.: Had two goals in a 6-0 FCIAC win over Fairfield Warde.

Olivia Toto, North Branford, F, Sr.: Had three goals in a 4-0 Shoreline Conference win over Haddam-Killingworth.

— Dan Nowak