Noah Terzo - Wethersfield (Baseball): Terzo pitched a complete game, two-hitter and had 10 strikeouts in the Eagles 2-0 shutout of Rocky Hill on April 14. The senior, who has committed to pitch for Keene State next year, is one of Wethersfield’s aces on the mound this spring—helping the Eagles win three of their first four.
Jaime Anderson - Cromwell (Softball): Anderson tied a career-high with four hits and also scored two runs in the Panthers 10-1 win over Valley Regional on April 11. It was the senior’s third multi-hit game through five games. She has reached base in all five contests as Cromwell started the season 5-0.
Michael Bohlke - Newington (Track): Bohlke placed first in the 600 meter and 800 meter dash, running personal-bests and breaking the school record in both events at a meet in Rocky Hill on April 12. The senior, who has broken numerous running records and been part of state championship performances at NHS, has already announced he will continue his athletic and academic career at George Washington University next year.
Maddie Dillon - Rocky Hill (Softball): Dillon had a pair of big games last week, combining for six hits and scoring five runs as the Terriers won both games. The senior went 4 for 4 and scored four runs in a 21-3 victory over Hartford Public on April 11 and then added three hits, driving in one run and scoring another in a 7-2 win over Middletown on April 13. The win over the Blue Dragons was the team’s third straight.
Paddy Brown - Newington (Lacrosse): Brown scored a career-high eight goals as Newington defeated Bristol Eastern 9-4 on April 14. The junior, who is also the school’s starting quarterback in the fall, was aided by teammates Everett Hillman and Kyle Bross who had four and three assists, respectively.
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