Aysia Henderson- Middletown (Volleyball): Henderson had 10 kills in a come-from-behind five-set victory over Rocky Hill last Thursday. Fellow senior Makayla Thompson had seven aces as the Blue Dragons rallied from a 2-1 deficit to win the opening match of the season.
Zack Randazzo- Cromwell (Soccer): Randazzo started the season with a bang, scoring four goals in the Panthers 12-0 shutout of North Branford last Thursday. The senior is helping assume the primary goal-scoring responsibilities left by 2019-graudate Anthony Caracoglia.
Gracie Manushi- Rocky Hill (Volleyball): Manushi had seven kills and served up nine aces in the Terriers hard fought five-set loss against Middletown. Manushi is one of a half dozen seniors who will look to lead the Terriers back into the state tournament following a four-win season in 2019.
Mike Bohlke / Sam Geisler- Newington (Cross Country): Bohlke and Geisler were top-place finishers as Newington opened the season with a victory over Platt. The returning all-state runners head a strong team at NHS that is coming off a top-three finish at the Class L finals in 2019.
Olivia Thompson- Wethersfield (Swim & Dive): Thompson won both the 200 and 100 Freestyle events as the Eagles defeated Newington 102-73 in the opening meet of the season. The captain is one of nine seniors on a deep Wethersfield squad.
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