We have five male and five female finalists for The Ruden Report-Fairfield County Bank Player of the Week votes.
The votes will run until noon on Thursday. The winners will receive our Player of the Week T-shirts.
Here are the male finalists:
Mozi Bici, Greenwich Football. Bici set a state record with eight sacks in the Cardinals’ win over Ridgefield.
Brian Howell, Fairfield Ludlowe Football. Howell scored three touchdowns and had a late interception to preserve the Falcons’ win over Danbury.
Chris Prizio, Trumbull Soccer. Prizio didn’t allow a goal during the FCIAC tournament and was named MVP after the Eagles’ 1-0 win over Danbury in the final.
Drew Pyne, New Canaan Football. Pyne, a junior, set the school record for career passing yards in a win over Norwalk.
Jaden Shirden, St. Joseph Football. Shirden rushed for 172 yards and scored the deciding touchdown in the Cadets’ win over Staples.
Here are the female finalists:
Ali Castro, Trumbull Volleyball. Castro finished with 36 assists and was named MVP as the Eagles defeated Westhill for their first FCIAC title.
Marissa Healy, Staples Swimming. Healy broke the league record in the 100 butterfly and tied it in the 50 freestyle at the FCIAC Championships.
Claire Middlebrook, Ridgefield Soccer. Middlebrook was named the most valuable player in the Tigers’ 1-0 win over New Canaan in the FCIAC final, leading a defense that allowed one goal in the tournament.
Maddie Muldoon, Greenwich Swimming. Muldoon won the FCIAC diving championship.
Brinsley Rushe, Darien Field Hockey. Rushe was named the most valuable player for her defensive play in the Blue Wave’s 2-1 win over Staples in the FCIAC final.