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Kyle Brennan (LHP) – Sheehan-Wallingford Baseball
The senior lefty was clutch for the Titans in a relief victory Thursday. According to the Record Journal, Brennan pitched 4 1/3 perfect innings out of the bullpen in a game that Sheehan would win 5-4 in extras over city rival Lyman Hall. With Thursday’s win, Sheehan qualified for the state playoffs. Brennan also pitched two scoreless innings earlier in the week against Lewis Mills.
Ben Casparius (P) – Staples-Westport Baseball
Casparius struck out 13 and no-hit Stamford last Wednesday. He also had 5 RBI in the 18-0 defeat of the Black Knights. The 6’2”, 210 pound senior can fulfill his commitment to North Carolina, or as GameTimeCT.com reports, he could turn pro.
Olivia Peterson (LF) – North Haven Softball
North Haven improved to 9-1 last Monday thanks to a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh from sophomore Olivia Peterson. She also homered in the game–a 3-2 triumph over Foran-Milford.
Rachel Hedden (A) – Lewis Mills Regional Girls Lacrosse
The senior attacker put up 8 goals for Lewis Mills last Thursday, propelling the Spartans to a wild 16-15 overtime victory. It was the fifth in a row for the Spartans.
Juliana Henry (G) – Masuk-Monroe Girls Lacrosse
Masuk trailed New Milford 7-5 last Tuesday at the half. The freshman goalie was subbed for the second half and did not allow a goal. She made six saves for the Panthers who won 12-7.
Nate Schliphack (OH) – Rockville Boys Volleyball
The Rams swept their season series with Hall-West Hartford Friday behind 20 kills from Nate Schliphack in a 3-0 (25-18, 26-24, 25-15) win. The second set was the most critical of the match. The Rams trailed 5-1 early, but then Schliphack got on the serve. Rockville won the next six points and although Hall stayed around in the set, the Rams would ultimately win it 26-24 to take a commanding two-game lead. A video profile of this game will soon be available here: https://cptv.org/boys-high-school-volleyball-rockville-3-hall-west-hartford-0/.
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