Vote For The Athletic Gaines-Ruden Report Male And Female Players Of The Week

We have six male and female finalists for the Athletic Gaines-Ruden Report Male and Female Players of the Week.

The votes will run until noon on Thursday. The winners will receive our Player of the Week T-shirts.

Here are the male finalists:

Contavio Dutreil, Trinity Catholic Basketball. Dutreil scored 71 points in games against Bridgeport Central, Trumbull and Career.

Malcolm Going, Danbury Track. Going won the 600 at the State Open Championships in a time of 1:20.40.

George Harrington, Staples Wrestling. Harrington won the Class LL championship at 285 pounds with a 3-2 decision.

Joseph Palmieri, Trumbull Wrestling. Palmieri won the Class LL championship at 182 pounds with a 4-3 decision.

Kevin Remson, Norwalk/McMahon Hockey. Remson scored all three goals in a 3-2 win over Westhill/Stamford.

Izaake Zuckerman, Fairfield Warde Wrestling. Zuckerman pinned FCIAC champion Simon Preston to win the Class LL championship at 160 pounds.

Here are the female finalists:

Genevieve DeWinter, Greenwich Track. DeWinter won the 600 in 1:35.93 at the State Open Championships.

Chrissie Fiore, Darien Basketball. Fiore finished with 40 points, 17 rebounds and 7 steals in two regular-season wins and 19 points in an FCIAC quarterfinal loss to Trumbull.

Arianna Gerig, Staples Basketball. Gerig scored 32 points in a 54-53 regular-season win over Fairfield Ludlowe.

Brooke Kelly, Stamford Basketball. Kelly scored 30 points in an FCIAC quarterfinal win over Norwalk.

Olivia Parisi, Fairfield Warde Basketball. Parisi scored 22 points in an FCIAC quarterfinal win over Ridgefield.

Tess Stapleton, Fairfield Ludlowe Track. Stapleton won the 55 hurdles at the State Open Championships in 8.36 seconds.

 

2 Comments on "Vote For The Athletic Gaines-Ruden Report Male And Female Players Of The Week"

  1. Barbara Stilley | February 20, 2018 at 8:12 pm |

    Izaake zuckerman was amazing because he came back from being down and beaten Love it!

  2. WRESTLER JOE PALMIERI HAS A RECORD OF 35=-1 . HE’S GREAT !

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