Daevyon Lovelace, Michael Anderson, Emeka Yearwood, Jaden Wynn - Cromwell (Track & Field): Lovelace, Anderson, Yearwood, Wynn combined to break the 13-year old school record in the 4x100 relay, running a 44.07 and finishing as the runner-up at the Class M finals on June 2 at Willow Brook Park. Wynn also finished 3rd individually in the 100 meter dash and 5th in the 200 meter dash, while Anderson broke a school record and placed 4th in the 300 meter hurdles
Noah Terzo - Wethersfield (Baseball): Terzo pitched six scoreless innings as the Eagles defeated Woodstock in the Class L second round. The senior, who will pitch at Keene State College next year, helped lead the Eagles to 17 wins this spring and was one of four WHS players, along with Ethan Lemos, Cam Righi, and Anthony Pretter, to be named all-conference.
Brayden Bayek - Rocky Hill (Track & Field): Bayek placed 3rd in the 3200 meters at the Class M finals on June 2 at Willow Brook Park in New Britain. The junior ran a personal-best 9:41.12, while senior teammate Matthew Rostkowski placed 9th overall at the same event, also running a personal-best (10:05.48).
Michael Bohlke - Newington (Track & Field): Bohlke won both the 1600 meters and 3200 meter at the Class L championships at Willow Brook Park in New Britain on June 1. The senior, who will run for George Washington University next fall, ran a 4:19.62 to edge Callum Sherry of Conard in the one-mile and then broke the school record by running a 9:07.99 in the two-mile, besting runner-up Eamon Burke of Xavier by over two seconds.
Tyler Powell - Middletown (Baseball): Powell pitched a complete game, allowing three hits, as the Blue Dragons rallied for a dramatic 5-4 win over Torrington in the second round of the Class L tournament. The junior, along with senior Dan Lapham, had back-to-back sacrifice hits in the top of the 7th inning to take the lead before Powell took the mound to close it out.
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