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Jeremiah Kendall (F) – Crosby-Waterbury Boys Basketball
The 6’4” senior went off Friday night, propelling the Bulldogs to a 95-90 overtime edging of city-rival Kennedy. He picked up 41 points and 9 rebounds in a victory that allowed for Coach Nick Augelli (655 wins) to move into a tie for the most wins in Connecticut high school basketball history. Eight of Kendall’s 41 came in the overtime frame. (Joe Palladino, Rep-Am Sports)
Doug Hostetler (G) – Somers Boys Basketball
Congratulations to new 1000-point club member Doug Hostetler! The 5’11” senior surpassed the milestone with 30 points in a 79-54 drubbing of Two Rivers, Monday. Somers defeated Two Rivers 79-54. Hostetler also grabbed 14 rebounds.
Raelynn Voislow (G) – Windsor Locks Girls Basketbal
The senior’s 25 points assisted the Raiders in a squeaker, Thursday. Her teammate Addy Pelletier pushed Windsor Locks over the Somers Spartans, 45-44 Thursday when she nailed a three-point jumper to win the game with 0.5 seconds left. Voislow notched her 1,000th career point in victory. She won the CPTV UChoose Student-Athlete of the Week award last February.
Joe Aloi (F) – East Haven Ice Hockey
The senior (12 goals, 15 assists in 2016-17) had three goals as 8-4 East Haven knocked off West Haven 7-4, Monday.
Devon McShane (Pole Vaulter) – Hand-Madison Indoor Track and Field
The senior broke a two-year old SCC Indoor Track & Field record set previously by a fellow Daniel Hand pole vaulter (Ian Bergere, 2015), Friday. His jump of 14’ 6.25” was the reason why he was recognized as the meet’s top male performer. The Hand boys finished second to Hamden, 81-59 in the team event. (Derek Turner, GameTimeCT.com)
Bridget Chiaravalle (Sprinter) – Danbury Indoor Track and Field
The senior won three golds at the 2017 FCIAC Indoor Track and Field Championships, Thursday. Chiaravalle captured the 55M Hurdles, 55M Dash, and 300M Dash, helping Danbury repeat as Girls FCIAC team champions with 122 points. Ridgefield (93) finished in second, five points ahead of New Canaan (88).
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