Connecticut's top boys soccer performances from the CIAC semifinals and championships

Samir Dishnica, Cheshire: The SCC Player of the Year was also the best player in the Class L championship game, earning MVP honors with a  goal and assist. He also scored two goals in the Rams' 3-2 win over Guilford in the semifinals.

Owen Hoffman, Ellington: Hoffman was named the MVP of the Class M championship game after his game-winning PK.

Maximo Ferrario, Greenwich: With two goals and a converted penalty, Ferrario was named the Class LL championship game MVP.

London Sweeney, Old Saybrook: Junior collected seven saves and his 13th shutout of the season, leading Old Saybrook to its fourth-straight Class S championship.

Nico Figueroa, Greenwich: Figueroa saved one penalty kick in the Class LL championship and stopped two in the shootout in the semifinals against Fairfield Prep. Greenwich won four of its five tournament games on penalty kicks.

Mario Milardo, Xavier: Milardo scored twice as Xavier won its Class L semifinal win over Middletown.

Cole Leavitt, Ellington: Leavitt stopped a penalty kick in the semifinals, helping the Knights reach the Class M title game after beating Tolland on PKs 4-3.

Lucas Almeida, Hall: Almeida scored the game-tying goal in regulation and converted a PK in the shootout as Hall beat Norwalk on penalties in the Class LL semifinals.