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Nick Flammia (OF) – West Haven Baseball
West Haven trailed by a run in the bottom of the seventh Saturday and was on the verge of losing a third straight game. Junior Nick Flammia stepped to the plate and smacked a three-run home run to win the game. The Blue Devils are now 6-4 after the 10-8 walk-off win against Lyman Hall-Wallingford.
Erin Girard (P) – Bristol Eastern Softball
Freshman Erin Gerard had a day in a 17-0 drubbing of Avon Monday. She struck out each of the fifteen batters she faced—a perfect game in five innings. According to Sports on CT-69’s Kevin Roberts, she threw 46 strikes out of 60 pitches. She was also three-for-four at the plate with four RBI.
Brittany Romero (P) – Fairfield Ludlowe Softball
The senior captain propelled the Falcons to a 5-4 triumph over New Canaan Friday with a walk-off homer in the twelfth inning. Fairfield Ludlowe is 6-4 in 2017.
Paola Bronner (2B) – New Britain Softball
New Britain clipped Maloney-Meriden 2-1 Friday on a walk-off RBI double by senior Paola Bronner. The 7-3 Golden Hurricanes are a win away from qualifying for the state tournament and Bronner is an integral part. She hit three home runs and stole three bases in the first week of the season.
Lucie Picard (M) – Ridgefield Girls Lacrosse
The senior middie scored three of the four goals for the Tigers against Newtown Monday, including the game-winning goal in overtime. It was the fifth win of the season for Ridgefield.
Alex Preston (MH) – Darien Boys Volleyball
The Blue Wave for were able to gain a measure of revenge in its 3-2 (25-23, 20-25, 20-25, 25-19, 15-13) victory against its biggest FCIAC rival, Ridgefield—the team that beat Darien in the last two CIAC Class LL Championship games. The senior had 20 kills and 5 blocks just days after he picked up his 1000th career kill. CPTV covered the game as part of a Lights On CT presentation. Visit the following link for more information: https://cptv.org/boys-high-school-volleyball-darien-3-ridgefield-2/.
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