Connecticut's top boys soccer performances (Nov. 1)

Lucas Almeida of Hall boys soccer

Lucas Almeida of Hall boys soccer

Scott Ericson

Dusty Gibbon, Wilbur Cross: The senior goalkeeper kept a clean sheet against Foran for his 10th shutout of the season. Then in Cross’ first ever SCC tournament win, Gibbon saved a point-blank shot with 2:00 remaining and stopped two penalty kicks in the shootout.

Owen Bull, Trumbull: Bull scored four goals and added an assist as the Eagles rolled over McMahon in the FCIAC quarterfinals 6-0.

Lucas Almeida, Hall: The UConn-bound senior became Hall’s all-time leading scorer with his 96th career goal against Conard. Almeida scored two goals in the game. He broke the previous record of 94 goals held by Yuri Fishman, who graduated in 1981.

Nigel Cunningham, O’Brien Tech: Cunningham scored three goals and had an assist in the Condors 6-0 win over Wright Tech.

Ivan Rojas, Norwalk: Rojas had an assist and scored the game-winning goal with 11:00 to play on a direct kick from 35 yards out, completing an unbeaten season for the Bears in a 2-1 win over previously undefeated Trumbull.

Travis Lipinsky Litchfield: Lipinsky had a Cowboy hat trick as Litchfield picked up a Berkshire League win, 6-3 over Housatonic.

Nick Carvalho, Greenwich: Carvalho scored off a corner kick with 45 seconds remaining in overtime as Greenwich advanced in the FCIAC quarterfinals with a 2-1 win over Danbury.

James Naples, St. Paul: Naples' hat trick accounted for all of St. Paul’s goals in a 3-2 win against Woodland.

Michael Kluger, Hopkins: Kluger scored a goal and added an assist in a 3-0 Hopkins win over Cheshire Academy.

Brian Ferreira, Platt Tech: Platt Tech of the CTC tied East Haven of the SCC 2-2 behind two goals from Ferreira.

Peyton Luther, Ledyard: Luther tallied a hat trick in a 3-0 win over Waterford.

Colby Dunnack, Windham Tech: Dunnack scored the game-tying goal with six seconds remaining as Windham tied Norwich Tech 1-1.

Rocco Smith, Shepaug Valley: Smith scored two goals in a 3-2 road win at Nonnewaug.

Ryan Stillman, Windsor: The senior scored two goals, lifting Windsor to a 3-2 win over Conard.

Silas Creaven, WCA: The keeper made 10 saves to preserve a 3-0 win over Kennedy.

Graylen Wilson, Pomperaug: Wilson was strong in net for Pomperaug, finishing the season with 7 shutouts and no games with more than two goals allowed for the 9-3-4 Panthers.

Dylan Miller, Maloney: Miller scored both Maloney goals in a 2-2 tie with Southington.

Ryan Riviezzo and Justin Cardinale, Wolcott: Wolcott beat Naugatuck for the first time in 16 years behind a goal and assist each from Riviezzo and Cardinale.]

Joshua Hardwood, Northwestern: The keeper made 10 saves in Northwestern’s 4-1 victory over Wamogo.

Brandon Tavares, Stonington: The goalkeeper made six saves, several in spectacular fashion as the Bears defeated ECC rival Bacon Academy 1-0.