Top Connecticut high school girls soccer performances from Week 6

Top performers

Ada Forbes, North Haven: Scored five goals in North Haven’s 7-0 victory over Hamden.

Dillyn Patten, New Canaan: Her hat trick helped the Rams beat Norwalk 4-0.

Haley Shaw, Cheshire: Her hat trick helped the Rams top Lauralton Hall 5-1.

Brooke Lacey, Bethel: Hat trick led Bethel past Masuk 5-0.

Melina Ford, Mercy: Posted three shutouts last week against East Haven (5-0), Shelton (3-0) and Guilford (1-0) last week to give her 11 for the season.

Gianna Mendez and Emily Pycela, East Haven: Mendez scored three goals and Pycela had three assists in East Haven’s 6-1 win over Wilbur Cross.

Zoey Wood, Notre Dame-Fairfield: Had a five-goal game for the second time, this one against Bunnell in the Lancers’ 7-0 victory.

Tess Ferrie, Branford: Ferrie had a hat trick in a 6-1 win over North Haven.

Aimee Girard, Waterford: Scored twice, including a penalty kick, as Waterford defeated Plainfield 4-3 to clinch the ECC Division II regular season championship.

Maddie McLeod, Ledyard: Had a hat trick in the Colonels’ 6-0 win over Windham.

Games to watch

FCIAC tournament quarterfinals at site of higher seed, Thursday: St. Joseph, Fairfield Ludlowe, Fairfield Warde and Staples are the top four seeds and will host Greenwich, Ridgefield, Wilton and New Canaan, respectively.

Suffield at Granby, Friday, 6 p.m.: Suffield snapped Granby’s 37-game winning streak last month.

Southington at Glastonbury, Saturday, noon: Glastonbury won the first matchup of these CCC powers on the road on Sept. 25. Southington hasn’t lost since. Glastonbury is coming off a loss to Hall last week.

— Joe Morelli