The Cadets are really just rolling, knocking off Wilton, Trumbull and Westhill this week. Nicole Williams has been lights out of late, while Lauren Pitney, Kayla Giacobbe, Madeline Meier and Hannah Hutchinson are getting it done at the plate.
The Crusaders fell 9-5 to undefeated Cheshire, but beat Foran and Hamden easily. Alexa Dawid and Lindsey Spitz are keeping the team rolling, along with Jaclyn Brewster.
Another tough week for the Spartans who fell to two good teams in East Haven and Mercy. Amity did knock off Sheehan and will look to bounce back against Cheshire at home on Wednesday. Katie Koshes, Morgan Perry and Jenna Dilorenzo are leading the way.
The defending Connecticut Class S champions rolled through their only two games, knocking off Litchfield 24-0 and Housatonic Regional 10-0. Junior pitcher Morgan Sanson, Alexa Milius, Jensyn Cleveland and Nina Barone continue to roll for the Golden Bears.
Strong bounce back for the Blue Wave as it beat Trumbull, Greenwich and Wilton handedly. Erika Osherow is hitting her stride again on the mound, while Rebecca DeMaio, Kelly Vodola and Cassidy Schiff had solid weeks.
The Red Raiders fell 2-0 to undefeated Southington, but beat St. Paul Catholic, Wilby, Woodland and Derby. Ali DuBois and UConn-bound Marissa Morris played great in the loss to Southington, which now has a 58-game winning streak.
The Tigers fell to Greenwich, but bounced back with a great win over Trumbull. Kailey Westington, Gwendolyn Ellis and Kayleen Walter are the leaders for Ridgefield, which has a tough stretch of Westhill, Danbury and Darien ahead.
The Bears enter the rankings on a four-game win streak, topping Warde, Ludlowe and Stamford this week. Ali Brown has done it on the mound, in the field and at the plate for Norwalk, while Dina DiBlasio, Allie Hall, Sam Troetti, Jessica Otto, Leslie Garcia and Katie Sciglimpaglia have also played well.
The Eagles came back down to earth as their seven-game winning streak was broken. Trumbull has lost three straight in a brutal stretch, falling to Darien, St. Joseph and Ridgefield. Harleigh Kaczegowicz, Samantha Platz, Taylor Brown and Lea Thompson will help try and get things back on track heading into the playoffs.
The Vikings fell to two very good teams in St. Joseph and Oxford to snap a six-game winning streak, but are still in the race for a playoff spot. Casey Decine, Kaira Ramon, Edyliese Aquino, Adrianna Gambino, Juliana Tarzia, Adrianna Gambino and Jordan Benzaken have led the way. Stamford, Danbury, Warde, Fairfield Ludlowe, Joel Barlow, Kolbe Cathedral and Jonathan Law are on the bubble.