Daniel Barron- Newington (Lacrosse): Barron scored a pair of goals and served up 3 assists, registering a season-high five total points, in Newington’s 11-7 victory over Rocky Hill on April 20. The sophomore has been a consistent force on the offensive end for an Indians team that is 8-2 heading into the week.
Erin Slavin- Rocky Hill (Softball): Slavin was 3-for-3, scoring three runs and driving in two more as Rocky Hill hammered Bloomfield 20-5 on April 17 at Elm Ridge Park. The freshman then had a few timely hits in a 6-3 win over Conard, which was the Terriers third win in their last five contests entering this week.
Riley Grenier- Wethersfield (Volleyball): Grenier combined for 65 assists in back-to-back wins over Enfield on April 17 and 22. The senior setter is averaging over eight assists per sets for an Eagles team that won their first nine matches this spring.
Tyler Baldwin- Cromwell (Baseball): Baldwin pitched a complete-game, two-hitter, striking out six in a 4-1 win over Morgan on April 17. The junior helped his own cause from the plate scoring a run and driving in another on two hits.
Cyan Gonzalez- Newington (Softball): Gonzalez had three hits, including the game-winning RBI in extra innings as Newington held off RHAM 9-8 on April 24. The senior shortstop has followed up her All-State junior campaign with another great season, leading the Indians in doubles and is tied for the team lead in hits.
Nate Schmidt- Cromwell (Golf): Schmidt was the medallist, shooting a 41 (+5) as Cromwell defeated East Hampton 177-197 on April 25. The senior has been a consistent force all spring and is leading a solid group of Panthers on the links.
Justin Fraleigh- Rocky Hill (Baseball): Fraleigh hit a grand slam as Rocky Hill and Simsbury battled into extras on April 24. It was the first career four-run dinger for the junior, who has helped the Terriers turn the season around. Following a 0-4 start, the team won three games in three nights, steamrolling Bulkeley/Weaver, Bloomfield/Aerospace and E.O. Smith by a combined score of 42-4.
Vincent Milluzzo- Wethersfield (Golf): Milluzzo shot a course best 42 (+6) against Newington on April 23. The Eagles lost a close one to the Indians, falling 182-185, but it was the second time in four outings that the sophomore swinger earned medallist this season, also finishing atop the leader board in the season-opening tournament against Glastonbury and Windsor.
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