CIAC boys soccer top performances, games to watch

Kyle Sullivan, South Windsor: The senior goalkeeper was on point throughout the game, but especially stopping a penalty to save the shutout as South Windsor beat Enfield 3-0. It was Sullivan’s fifth clean sheet of the season.

Owen Bull, Trumbull: Bull has scored 14 goals this season, having scored three against Bridgeport Central and two more in a 3-2 win over Stamford.

Tony Catanzaro, Conard: Catanzaro scored a hat-trick in Conard’s 5-0 win over Northwest Catholic.

Declan Wywoda, right: The junior keeper made 26 saves against Notre Dame-West Haven and 23 against hands a few days later.

Lucas Luzuriaga, Greenwich: The senior scored twice as Greenwich beat New Canaan 3-1.

Sebastian Kadlof, Morgan: Kadlof scored the winning goal in the 69th minuteth Minute when Morgan got past Montville 1-0 in a Shoreline ECC crossover.

Sal Alessio, Stonington: The freshman scored all three goals in the Bears’ win over Killingly, putting the team at 6-1-1.

Jefferson Padilla-Rosales, O’Brien Tech: O’Brien defeated Goodwin Tech 2-1 behind two Padilla-Rosales goals.

Kris Bocchio, Midtown: The senior scored the decisive goal and later converted a penalty five minutes from time, giving the Dragons a 3-2 win over EO Smith

Rafael Gazcon, Westhaven: Gazcon converted a penalty in the 74th minuteth minute as West Haven overtook Hillhouse/Career 2-1.

Chris Kokines, Simsbury: Simsbury upset Farmington 3-1 behind a hat-trick by Kokines.

Jose Pacheco, St. Bernard: Pacheco helped St. Bernard stay unbeaten with two goals in a 5-0 win over Grasso Tech.

Matthew McLeod, Fairfield Prep: McLeod scored the winning goal with 33 seconds remaining as Prep beat Cheshire 2-1.


Old Saybrook at Morgan Tuesday 3:45 p.m.: Undefeated Old Saybrook tops the Shoreline standings and has conceded just two goals this season. A trip to Morgan (7-2-0) will be their toughest test yet.

Pomperaug at Bethel, Tuesday, 6 p.m.: Bethel has 31 goals in eight games, but Pomperaug hasn’t conceded more than one goal in any game this season.

Newington at Glastonbury, Thursday, 3:45 am: It’s no surprise Glastonbury are undefeated but the Nor’Easters go into October unbeaten which few saw coming. Now they face their toughest test with the Guardians.

Farmington at Hall, Thursday, 6 p.m.: The last two CIAC Class LL champions and two of this season’s top contenders for that title go head-to-head.

Norwalk in Warde, Thursday, 6 p.m.: When Warde host Norwalk they like to do so on their grass pitch where this is being played. The Mustangs have only one loss and the Bears are undefeated.

Notre Dame-West Haven in Cheshire, Friday 6pm: With the field of the SCC tournament set in a few weeks, these two teams could look back on this game as their turning point for better or worse.

Barlow in Oxford, Saturday noon: Saturdays are for CIAC conference football crossovers and this one is going pretty well as Barlow comes out of the SWC and takes on an Oxford team who haven’t lost yet but also have to play outside the NVL.