Boys lacrosse: Week 6 fine performances, Week 7 games to watch
Riley Burgmyer, Somers: Five goals and five assists in a 16-6 win over Conard.
John DeLucia, Guilford: Seven points, including four goals, as the Indians beat Xavier 14-10.
Andy Demopoulos, Darien: Made 15 saves in a 12-4 win over New Canaan.
Blake Epstein, Fairfield Warde: Scored six goals in a 16-7 win at Stamford.
Jack Feda, Greenwich: Scored seven goals in a 10-8 win over Iona Prep (N.Y.) to end the regular season.
J.J. Ford, Xavier: Scored in overtime to beat East Catholic 14-13.
Christian Hudson, Stonington: Five points, including a hat trick, in a 6-4 win over Canton.
Matt Lee, Morgan: Four goals and an assist in a 10-3 win over Old Saybrook.
Patrick McAleavey, Fairfield Prep: Seven goals and two assists as the Jesuits beat North Haven 14-3.
Ethan McVoy, Foran: Had four goals and three assists in a 13-4 win over Hamden.
Nick Pavone, Shelton: The Gaels beat North Haven 12-9 behind his three goals and four assists.
Chris Tillotson, Masuk: Stopped 15 shots in a 12-8 win over Foran.
Ryan Werner, Weston: Second goal, late, proved the winner in a 6-5 victory at Hand.
Games to watch
Cheshire at Guilford, Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.: Cheshire needs this one to qualify for the Class L tournament.
Shelton at Notre Dame-West Haven (Veterans Stadium), Wednesday, 6 p.m.: One of these two teams gets to finish the regular season at 10-6. They’ve both had nice seasons.
Waterford at Somers, Thursday, 5:30 p.m.: The Class-S-leading Spartans host Waterford, a team that could wind up leading Class M. The Lancers had a home game Tuesday night against East Lyme, the team that dealt them their only loss.
Granby at St. Paul, Thursday, 6 p.m.: Granby looked like it had a little roll going, topping Somers in overtime, winning a couple of more, and then it lost to McMahon 9-8 on Friday. After a game Tuesday at Suffield, this won’t be an easy one. The Falcons carried a five-game winning streak into Tuesday’s game at Northwest Catholic.
Simsbury at Glastonbury, Thursday, 6 p.m.: They’re the leading teams in the CCC, and Glastonbury is ranked No. 7, and they’ve both had some postseason success. They’re also among the top four seeds in Class L as Tuesday’s play begins.
Granby at East Catholic, Saturday, 2 p.m.: All the above Granby stuff, reiterated; as for the Eagles, they’d lost three out of four against some bigger schools. They got back to Class S on Tuesday, but it was defending Class S champion St. Joseph scheduled to come to town... until the rains came, so they met in Glastonbury instead.