Top Performances For The Week

Top Performers

Four football teams received impressive performances by multiple payers on both sides of the ball in wins on Friday and Saturday.

Glastonbury: The duo of Keyion Dixon and Jake Madnick continued their dominance  in the CCC against East Hartford in a 49-8 win. Dixon rushed for 156 yards and scored on runs of 45 and 40 yards, and Madnick ran for 2 touchdowns and returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Frank Palowicz led the team on defense, making 11 tackles.     

East Catholic: Andre Brackett rushed for 166 yards and two TDs on 8 carries and Chris Amata ran for two scores in a 44-19 win against Tolland.

Rocky Hill: Grant Nieves led the offense in a 35-0 win against Rockville, running 136 yards and two touchdowns and returning a punt 50 yards for a TD. On defense linebacker Ricky Montalvo had 15 tackles, including a sack.

Cromwell/Portland: The Panthers outlasted North Branford in a 14-7win thanks to the contributions of seniors Nelson Carlson and Mersad Zilkic and junior Christian Sapp.  Carlson and Sapp combined to run for 201 yards and two touchdowns, and Zilkic dominated on defense with 11 tackles, two sacks and an interception.

Terrific Trio Leads Glastonbury Field Hockey to Two Wins

Maddie Norman, Joselyn Janeczek and Yasmeem Saed were front and center against Wethersfield and South Windsor. First, Norman and Janeczek each scored twice in Wednesday’s 7-0 win against Wethersfield. The next day, Saeed, a senior, scored with 13 seconds remaining to give the Tomahawks a 3-2 win at South Windsor.

 Boys Soccer

South Windsor’s Nick Heckt continued to pile up goals, scoring twice in Friday’s win against Hartford Public. Ahmed Talovic had a strong week for Suffield, scoring twice in wins against East Windsor and Windsor Locks. Finally, Ellington’s Alex Domingos had a huge game against East Windsor on Thursday, scoring three times in the win.

Girls Soccer

Maddie Clark and Brooke Bonadies scored three and two goals, respectively, in a 6-1 blowout of Fermi on Wednesday. Suffield’s Nicole Stryjek scored twice in shutouts of Windsor Locks and Ellington. Enfield’s Maddie Hawkins made 12 saves to help her team tie Somers.

 

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