Vote For The Ruden Report-Fairfield County Bank Players Of The Week

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 get our POTW T-shirts, courtesy of Fairfield County Bank.

Here are the male finalists:

Brian Augustin, Stamford Football. Augustin finished with two sacks, two pressures, two tackles for a loss and five tackles in the Black Knights’ 34-14 win over Trumbull.

Ibrahim Danazumi, Fairfield Warde Football. Danazumi finished with seven receptions for 107 yards and a touchdown and added eight tackles and a sack in a 38-6 win over Bridgeport Central, the Mustangs’ first of the season.

Ryan Menozzi, Fairfield Ludlowe Football. Menozzi had the Falcons’ first and last scores, both on 21-yard catches, the latter with 36 seconds left for a 35-32 win over Brien McMahon.

Avery Mueller, Staples Soccer. Mueller scored all four goals in the Wreckers’ 4-1 FCIAC quarterfinal win over Fairfield Warde.

Cole Stevenson, Wilton Football. Stevenson had seven catches for 105 yards a pair of scores in a 24-10 win over Darien, the Warriors’ first since 2007.

Here are the female finalists:

Kassidy Bonney, Greenwich Volleyball. In a four-set win over Fairfield Warde, Bonney finished with 20 kills, 24 digs, two blocks and two aces.

Charlotte Moor, New Canaan Cross Country. Moor finished fourth to help lead the Rams to the CIAC Class L championship.

Carolyn Novia, Trumbull Volleyball. Novia finished with 16 digs in a straight-set win over New Canaan.

Marlena Steiner, Stamford Soccer. Steiner, a center back, moved up to forward with her team down 1-0 and assisted on one goal and scored the game-winner to help the Black Knights qualify for the state playoffs for the first time in program history.

Josie Tunney, Darien Soccer. Tunney scored on a 40-yard shot in a 1-1 tie with McMahon to help the Blue Wave earned the sixth seed in the FCIAC Tournament and scored from 20 yards in a 2-0 quarterfinal win over Greenwich.

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