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Brayan Aguilera (P) – Abbott Tech (Danbury) Baseball
The senior propelled the Wolverines to an eight-inning walk-off victory Thursday, when his double ended a 7-6 victory against University/Classical Magnet (Hartford). Abbott Tech has won five in-a-row after starting 2017 1-3.
Isaac Keehn (P) – Norwalk Baseball
The senior hurler threw a no-hitter Thursday vs. Trinity Catholic (Stamford). Keehn walked two batters and struck out nine. The Bears are 6-3.
Mark Bagdasarian (P) – Wethersfield Baseball
The sophomore tossed a no-hitter and struck out nine in Wethersfield’s 5-0 shutout of Bloomfield. The Eagles are 5-0.
Gabby Laccona (SS) – Westhill (Stamford) Softball
Last Monday, down eight runs in their last ups, the Vikings made an improbable comeback against Norwalk. Westhill sent 12 batters to the plate, including senior Gabby Laccona, who batted twice in the inning. She homered both times—a grand slam and then a three-run walk-off. Westhill improved to 5-1 in the 12-10 win.
Christian Paley (A) – Somers Boys Lacrosse
The senior feasted on Granby Memorial in two games this week, scoring 11 goals. Somers defeated Granby 22-7 Monday and then 18-6 on Friday. Paley scored six goals in the first game and then five goals in the next. Somers has outscored teams 116-25 this season (6-0). Bernadette Agruso nominated Paley for this award online and you can nominate your favorite student-athlete by filling out the following form: https://cptv.org/uchoose-nominate-student-athlete/.
Samantha Lee (A) – Sacred Heart Academy Girls Lacrosse
The Sharks won their first game of the season in dramatic fashion Thursday. The sophomore had the game winning goal against Lyman Hall as the Sharks dropped the Trojans 9-8. Thank you to Morgan McNabola for submitting this nomination at https://cptv.org/uchoose-nominate-student-athlete/.
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