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Jeremiah Kendall (F/C) – Crosby-Waterbury Boys Basketball
The senior scored 82 points in two state tournament games this week. On Thursday, he helped Crosby top Bassick 82-74 to advance to CIAC LL Quarters by scoring 40 points. He also had 25 rebounds! This is Kendall’s third nomination of the season.
Seth Thomas (G) – Norwich Free Academy Boys Basketball
NFA is out of the state tournament after a loss to Hillhouse, the No. 1 team in the state Friday, but the junior did everything he could to keep them in it. He scored 24 points Wednesday including a long buzzer-beating shot as No. 7 NFA edged No. 10 Fairfield Warde, 56-53 (Poole, Norwich Bulletin). The Wildcats advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time since 2009, where Thomas scored 24—more points than anyone else in a loss to Hillhouse.
Andrew Jaworski (G) – Tolland Boys Basketball
Tolland will meet Brookfield Tuesday night in the CIAC Class M Semifinals for a berth into the title game at Mohegan Sun. The 6’2” senior guard averaged 30 points per game in three games this week. He scored 33 points against Plainfield in the quarters Friday (Tolland won 55-46), 39 points in a 66-59 win over St. Joseph Wednesday, and 20 against Granby Monday.
Nick Capone (F) – East Haven Boys Ice Hockey
The freshman scored 5 goals, Tuesday as the Yellow Jackets stung Amity Regional, 8-0 to advance to CIAC Division II Quarterfinals. East Haven was eliminated by South Windsor Saturday in a 1-0 defeat.
Peter Windas (G) – New Canaan Boys Ice Hockey
The senior goalie is the first netminder of the season to be nominated in the CPTV UChoose poll. He made 23 saves in a shutout victory (Fierro, Greenwich Time Sports) against No. 13 Greenwich Wednesday.
Ryan Black (F) – Woodstock Academy Boys Ice Hockey
The senior forward scored 5 goals and picked up 4 assists in an 11-1 blowout of Trinity Catholic, Thursday. The top-seeded Centaurs will meet Lyman Hall/HK/Coginchaug tri-op, Tuesday in the CIAC Division III Ice Hockey semifinals.
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