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Power Rankings: CT softball (4/15)

by Jordan Griffith on
Wed, Apr 15, 2015 2:32 AM — @MSGV_JGriffith

Power Rankings: CT softball (4/15)
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Power Rankings: CT softball (4/15)

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Rank
Team
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1
3-0
1

The Spartans have rolled through their first three games, knocking off West Haven, Daniel Hand and Lyman Hall by a combined score of 26-8. Kim Petit is a perfect 8-8 from the plate so far this season. Amity has good tests against North Haven, Foran and Sheehan this week.

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Team
Rec
LW
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2
3-0
2

The Cadets topped Ludlowe 5-1, Barlow 5-1 and Harding 15-0 this week. Nicole Williams has been superb on the mound after being named All-State last year, while Lauren Pitney, Melissa Bike and Katie Gardella have swung the bat well.

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Team
Rec
LW
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3
2-0
3

 The Crusaders cruised in their opener against Shelton and then beat Sacred Heart Academy 3-2. Alexa Dawid, Ireland Miessau, Jackie Brewster and Lindsey Spitz have all swung the bat well.

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Team
Rec
LW
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4
4-0
4

The Blue Wave have been perfect through the first four games, defeating Harding, Masuk and Bridgeport Central in blowouts and Westhill 2-1. Darien, led so far by Erika Osherow, Rebecca DeMaio and Avery Malley, has outscored its opponents 54-6 this season.

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Team
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LW
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5
1-0
5

The Red Raiders beat Holy Cross 5-1. UConn-bound Marissa Morris is the true leader behind the plate for Torrington.

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Team
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LW
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6
2-0
6

The Golden Bears, the defending Connecticut Class S champions, have cruised early, defeating Gilbert 22-0 and Shepaug Valley 10-1. Thomaston will continue to rely on junior pitcher Morgan Sanson and sophomore first baseman Gabby Hurlbert.

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Team
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LW
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7
3-0
10

The Black Knights beat New Canaan, Trinity Catholic and Bridgeport Central handedly. Lauren O'Neill, Kelly DiPietro, Maddie Santora and Sara Staley have played well to start the year.

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Team
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LW
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8
3-0
NR

The Eagles have rolled so far, defeating Newtown, New Canaan and Nonnewaug by a combined score of 35-11. Harleigh Kaczegowicz, Samantha Platz, Taylor Brown and Lea Thompson should be the leaders this year.

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Team
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LW
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9
3-0
NR

The Cardinals beat Sacred Heart, Trinity Catholic and Wilton to start the year undefeated. Katie Piro has pitched well, while Colleen Bennett, Nicole Amato and catcher Eliza Ward have been hot at the plate.

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Team
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LW
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10
2-2
NR

Tough schedule to start the season for the Bruins, who beat Trinity Catholic and Jonathan Law, but fell to St. Joseph and Kolbe Cathedral. Kristen Acocella has been spectacular to start the season, while Kaylee Ree, McKenzie Pierce and Katie Powers have also played well.

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