Softball: Top Performances (May 24)

A look at top performers in CIAC softball through Monday’s games:

Sydney Adolfson, Newtown: The ace threw a perfect game against New Fairfield to end the regular season, firing five innings with 13 strikeouts in the 12-0 win.

Emilee Bishop, East Haven: Bishop went 3-0 on the week, pitching 12 innings while allowing just nine hits and two walks and striking out 23 batters. She also hit a solo home run in the 2-0 win over Shelton.

Kat Gallant, Masuk: The senior ace thew a complete game shutout in the SWC quarterfinal 3-0 victory over Notre Dame-Fairfield. Gallant had 15 strikeouts over seven innings, building on last year’s SWC tournament performance in which she allowed one run in three games.

Anna Gedacht, Fairfield Ludlowe: Gedacht threw a complete game shutout in the FCIAC quarterfinal round to lead the Falcons to an 8-0 win over Warde. She struck out seven batters and allowed just four hits and one walk.

Della Jackson, Fairfield Ludlowe: Jackson went 8-for-15 over four games with eight runs scored and six RBIs, including a four RBI game against Danbury.

Grace Kantor, Jonathan Law: Kantor had a huge day in the 9-1 SCC quarterfinal victory over Amity. She had four RBIs on two home runs.

Haley Pucci, Danbury: The pitcher opened the FCIAC tournament with shutouts in both the quarterfinal and semifinal round. She has 29 strikeouts in 14 postseason innings, having allowed just five hits.

Mia Rubirosa, West Haven: Rubirosa came up big in the clutch in the opening round of the SCC tournament, throwing a complete game three-hitter with one walk and seven strikeouts as West Haven defeated Cheshire 4-1.

Brooke Tracy, Glastonbury: Pitched 12.2 innings last week, allowing eight hits while striking out 22 batters for Glastonbury over three wins.

Sam Sullivan/ Stella Blanchard/ Maddie Furniss, Southington: The trio of pitchers led Southington to a 4-0 final week of the regular season, allowing three runs in total against RHAM, Bristol Central, Waterford and Hall (two Top 10 teams). They also combined for a no-hitter in the 4-0 victory over Hall.