Cromwell sophomore Grace Mikan and Wethersfield senior Emma Klementon were selected as Athletes of the Week
Anna Sbriglio- Cromwell (Soccer): Sbriglio got off to a fast start this season, scoring two goals and dishing out three assists during the team’s first three games. The senior is not only productive and the best athlete on the field, but she is the unquestioned leader for a Panthers team that is off to a 3-1-1 start this fall.
Emma Klementon- Wethersfield (Soccer): Klementon has been spectacular so far this season, including five-goal performance in the first half during a shutout win over Middletown on Oct 6, and last Thursday she added her team-high ninth goal in a 4-0 victory over Rocky Hill. The senior, along with her twin sister Annie Klementon, were responsible for both goals in a 2-0 victory over Newington on the team’s Senior Night (10/2). Entering the week, the Eagles are atop the conference with a record of 7-0-1, outscoring their opponents 35-2 through eight games.
Grace Mikan- Cromwell (Cross Country): Mikan is coming off a second-team All-Shoreline Conference as a freshman last fall and has come back strong this season, finishing fourth overall and leading the way for the Panthers during a meet with East Hampton. The sophomore been atop the Panthers leaderboard in every meet so far this season.
Julia Remiszewski- Newington (Swimming): Remiszewski specializes in the backstroke and offers depths in the 200 IM and 100 Fly for Newington’s swim and dive team. The sophomore dropped more than two seconds off her lifetime best time in the 100 Backstroke in a first-place finish against Farmington on Oct 14 and coach Crystal Connery commended her on really stepping for the team during up a rebuilding year.
Alanna DePinto- Wethersfield (Swimming): DePinto easily won both the 200 IM and 100 Freestyle, along with being a leg on two first-place relay teams, in a win over Berlin last Friday. The sophomore has been a major reason why the Eagles are off to a 4-0 start this fall.
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