Kevin Aldrovandi , Carver: The senior forward/midfielder/sweeper registered a goal and two assists in a 6-0 shutout of Monomoy on Tuesday. His first assist was a cross from the right side corner at the top of the box to the left side, converted by Tyler Johnson.
Nick Fontana , Marshfield: The junior midfielder missed the first 16 games of the regular season after breaking his leg playing for his club team, the Scorpions, but returned in the finale, scoring a goal in a 5-0 win over Plymouth North on Tuesday.
Gabby Kenyon , Notre Dame Academy (Hingham): With three defenders around her, the senior captain turned around and snuck a bending ball into the net from the 6-yard line in a 4-0 shutout of Hingham on Monday, capping her four-goal performance.
Ally O’Rourke , Braintree: The sophomore forward scored the first and third goals in a state tourney-clinching win over Weymouth on Monday. The former was a right-footed blast from 12 yards out to the left side of the net.
Julia Schneider , Cardinal Spellman: In a mass of players, the junior keeper sprawled out from the ground to get her left foot on the ball for a save that preserved a 1-0 shutout of Brockton on Monday.
Cappiello’s Top 10 boys’ teams
(Records through Wednesday, with next game listed)
1. Silver Lake (17-0-1); Sunday, vs. Milford/Xaverian winner, 6
2. Oliver Ames (11-0-5); state tourney
3. Norwell (15-2-1); Monday, vs. Seekonk/Dover-Sherborn winner, 2:30
4. West Bridgewater (14-1-2); state tourney
5. Norton (12-2-4); state tourney
6. Cardinal Spellman (12-1-4); state tourney
8. Brockton (12-4-2); Sunday, vs. Bridgewater-Raynham, 5
7. Apponequet (12-1-3); Monday, vs. Medway/Foxborough winner, 6
9. Cohasset (13-4-2); state tourney
10. Hingham (13-4-1); state tourney
Cappiello’s Top 10 girls’ soccer teams
1. Dedham (15-1-5); Monday, vs. Norwell/Bristol-Plymouth winner, 6
2. Scituate (15-1-2); Sunday, vs. Milton/Pembroke winner, 5
3. Duxbury (14-1-3); state tourney
4. East Bridgewater (14-2-1); Sunday, vs. Case/Cohasset winner, 5
5. Notre Dame (16-2); state tourney
6. Cardinal Spellman (13-1-2); Monday, vs. Old Rochester/Coyle & Cassidy winner, 4
7. Oliver Ames (12-2-4); vs winner of Plymouth South/Walpole, Sunday, 5 p.m.
8. Apponequet (12-2-2); Sunday, vs. Plymouth North, 5
9. Rockland (11-4-2); state tourney
10. Canton (10-3-3); Sunday, vs. Holliston, 3
Game of the week
Brockton vs. Bridgewater-Raynham, Sunday, 5 p.m. – The Big Three champion, led by its top scorer, senior forward Kevin Fortes will take on the Old Colony crown holder, fronted by captain Evan Henriques.