A look at the top performances in high school football for Week 6: Hunter Agosti, Trumbull: The quarterback passed for three touchdowns and had one rushing as Trumbull defeated Stamford 48-0. Brad Barcello, Weston: Scored four touchdowns, one receiving and three on the ground, in Weston\u2019s 28-26 loss to Notre Dame-Fairfield. Cole Brisson, Cromwell\/Portland: The quarterback threw for four touchdown passes, from 4-, 57-, 35- and 8-yards out in Cromwell\/Portland\u2019s 49-0 win over North Branford. Tighe Cummiskey, Darien: Scored four touchdowns, three rushing and one receiving, and had 234 yards from scrimmage in No. 1 Darien\u2019s 56-36 win over Wilton. Two of his touchdowns came in the final quarter to solidify the victory. Tyler daSilva, St. Joseph: daSilva had the game-clinching sack to end Greenwich\u2019s comeback attempt in the No. 2 Cadets\u2019 24-20 victory. He also scored St. Joe\u2019s first touchdown on a 1-yard rush in the second quarter. Tyreice Dominique, Rocky Hill: Had 173 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries while going 5-for-6 in the air with a touchdown in Rocky Hill\u2019s 28-7 win over Farmington. Travis Edmondson, Rockville: Ran for 71 yards and a touchdown while also recording nine tackles and three sacks in Rockville\u2019s 33-6 win. Cam Edwards, Norwalk: Rushed for 160 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries and came up with several key tackles on defense in Norwalk\u2019s 17-14 loss to No. 3 New Canaan. Tabor Engle, Avon: Ran for 176 yards on 31 carries and scored the lone touchdown for Avon in its 7-3 win over Tolland. Alex Fratamico, Morgan: Caught 15 passes for 221 yards and three touchdowns in a 44-42 comeback win over SMSA. Matt McGuire, Oxford: Rushed for 138 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries in Oxford\u2019s 20-13 loss to Watertown. Andrew Nye, Morgan: Completed 38 of 39 passes for 517 yards and 5 touchdowns in a 44-42 win over SMSA. Also connected on three 2-point conversions as Morgran rallied from being down 42-14 in the third quarter. Tyler Rich, Shelton: The senior running back ran for 178 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries as Shelton defeated Hand 33-20. Matt and John Ryan, Rockville: Passed for a career high 271 yards with two touchdowns. He connected with his brother John five times for 120 yards and a TD in the 33-6 victory. Amari and Avery Robinson, Platt: The brothers combined for five touchdowns in Platt\u2019s 39-38 loss to Hall. Amari had two touchdowns and 148 rushing yards while Avery scored three touchdowns. Nick and Ryan Saccu, Masuk: The twin brothers combined for four touchdowns in Masuk\u2019s 44-7 win over New Milford. Nick had two rushing TDs while Ryan had a 50-yard pick six and a receiving touchdown. Jack Sharpe, Killingly: Helped Killingly remain undefeated with five touchdowns and 190 yards on 27 carries in a 32-7 win over Stonington. Jacob Shook, Sheehan: Scored two touchdowns and had the game-winning 2-point conversion in overtime as Sheehan defeated Amity 15-13. Caleb Smith, Newtown: The junior ran for a pair of second half touchdowns and more than 100 rushing yards to lead Newtown to a 33-7 win over Bunnell.