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Matt Marx (G) – Bethel Boys Basketball
Senior guard Matt Marx made his second walk-off buzzer-beater in as many seasons when he finished off Stratford Tuesday with a lay-in. GameTimeCT.com has video of this basket from the 71-69 triumph courtesy of Dennis Morsey. Marx was also clutch Thursday in a 43-42 clipping of Masuk-Monroe, leading Bethel with 18 points.
JJ Pfohl (G) – Trumbull Boys Basketball
Wrecker Radio WWPT was there to capture the moment, Friday, (with student play-by-play star Cooper Boardman on the call) when JJ Pfohl erased Staples-Westport with a game-winning drive to the hole that beat the buzzer. The senior guard put up 19 in the 52-50
Sydney Rochette (G) – Aerospace-Windsor Girls Basketball
The Jets are 9-2 on the season following Wednesday’s 45-39 tight overtime win at Somers. Junior captain Sydney Rochette propelled her team with 24 points to lead all scorers, along with nine rebounds.
Casey Carangelo (F) – Thomaston Girls Basketball
The senior 6-foot forward averaged 33 points per game in three games this week. No wonder why she’s a 2016-17 McDonald’s All-America Game nominee! She started off Monday at Wamogo Regional with 30 points, continued with a career-high 38 versus Gilbert-Winsted Wednesday, and finished Friday with 33 points and 15 rebounds against Terryville.
Brian McKee (F) – North Branford Ice Hockey
Senior Brian McKee put together dominant back-to-back performances compiling 10 points in two games Milford and Cheshire. The T-Birds nipped Milford in a 7-5 contest, Monday, where McKee collected four goals and two assists. He scored three more Thursday as North Branford doubled up Cheshire 6-3. The Rams had beaten the T-Birds four times in their previous six meetings. NBHS is 4-2 in 2016-17.
Alex Stasiuk (F) – Xavier-Middletown Ice Hockey
The junior forward not only scored the snipe that sent Wednesday’s game versus defending Division I champion Darien into overtime, but he also notched the game-winner in the extra session. Xavier nabbed the comeback victory, 4-3.
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