UChoose Student-Athlete of the Week May 12, 2015

UChoose-transparent-logo-2This week’s nominees for CPTV Sports’ UChoose Student-Athlete of the Week! Voting ends Tuesday at noon (note new deadline day), so choose your favorite now and tell your friends and fellow fans to vote, too!

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Schuyler Blair - Ridgefield boys lacrosse
The junior attacker had two goals, including the game-winning goal in double-overtime as the Tigers (9-3) topped Staples-Westport 9-8 Thursday.

Lauren Cenci — Northwest Catholic girls lacrosse
The senior attacker scored seven goals in a 13-10 victory over South Windsor Tuesday.

Raeanne Geffert — Seymour softball
The junior righthander pitched a perfect game against Ansonia Friday, striking out 11 in a 15-0 victory. She began the week with a one-hitter in a 16-0 shutout of Sacred Heart in which she recorded the 100th hit of her career. Raeanne is 11-1 this season with a 0.55 ERA and 145 strikeouts.

Kyle Lutinski — New Fairfield boys lacrosse
The senior attacker’s goal ended a marathon four-overtime game against Newtown in a 6-5 win Thursday. The Rebels are 8-4.

Jim Magson — Hamden baseball
The senior third baseman/pitcher’s huge week began with scoring the game-winning run with an RBI in a 4-3 upset of then No. 1 Fairfield Prep. It got better. Magson hit two homers Wednesday, including a grand slam, and had eight RBI in 15-14 win against West Haven — picking up the pitching win in relief to boot. He continued his tear Friday, with another homer and five RBI in a 11-7 win over Guilford as Hamden won its third in a row to improve to 7-7. Magson has a 1.325 OPS (on-base average plus slugging percentage) in 2015 after hitting .118 last season.

Emily Schofield - Notre Dame-Fairfield softball
The junior’s three-run walk-off homer in the eighth gave the Lancers (12-3) an 8-5 win over New Milford. Monday, she had four hits and scored three times in a 10-3 win at Bethel and Saturday a home run in a 7-1 loss to Immaculate. Emily is a part of a Notre Dame offense that averages about 11 runs.