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Zach Marquis (RHP) – Bristol Eastern Baseball
The senior completed a perfect game Monday at home against Rocky Hill. According to Paul Angilly and Josh Kestenbaum of the Bristol Press, Marquis tossed only 70 pitches (56 for strikes) and none of them were hit to the outfield. The Lancers are hanging around a very crowded CIAC Class L playoff race at 9-9 (No. 27).
Alessio Pressamarita (RHP) – East Hartford Baseball
The 165-pound sophomore struck out 13 and did not allow a single hit Monday. East Hartford beat down RHAM 14-0. The Hornets are 10-7—17th in Class L.
Izaiah Thompson (1B) – Plainfield Baseball
The 200-pound junior hit for the cycle in a 10-8 nipping of Killingly Tuesday. A cycle is a rare feat where a batter hits a single, double, triple, and home run in a given game. Thompson also drove in four runs in the game. The 13-7 Panthers await the start of the Class M playoffs after finishing the season with a loss against St. Bernard (Uncasville).
Sarah Lawton (RHP) – Holy Cross (Waterbury) Softball
The senior and two-time defending CIAC Class S Softball champion threw two perfectos last week and a no-no. And on Tuesday, she followed that performance with a no-hitter in an 8-0 win over Woodland. It was her fourth no-hit performance in five games. The Crusaders have won 18 consecutive games after a season-opening 1-0 loss at Seymour.
Allison McCormick (A) – Pomperaug (Southbury) Girls Lacrosse
The junior scored four goals including the game-winner in overtime Thursday against Masuk. The Panthers from Southbury knocked off the Panthers from Monroe 10-9 in a Southwest Conference quarterfinal matchup. They have now won 12 straight and are tied with East Lyme atop Class M with a 14-2 record.
Kaitlyn MacMullan (A) – Ridgefield Girls Lacrosse
With about a minute left in double-overtime Thursday, the senior terminated FCIAC foe Greenwich with a game-winning goal. The Tigers won a wild duel in the FCIAC quarterfinals, 15-14. MacMullan scored four goals in the game for 12-4 Ridgefield (sixth in Class L)
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