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

We have seven male and seven 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 new performance T-shirts, courtesy of Fairfield County Bank.

Here are the male finalists:

Jake Benner, Westhill Baseball. Benner went 9 for 15 with four home runs, three doubles, 10 RBIs, eight runs and three walks. He homered in each of the first three innings in a win against Fairfield Ludlowe.

Andy Demopoulos, Darien Lacrosse. Demopoulos stopped 14 shots both in wins over Ridgefield and New Canaan.

Henry Dodge, Staples Lacrosse. Dodge won 15 out of 18 faceoffs in a 9-6 win over Greenwich.

Ben Graham, New Canaan Tennis. Graham went 3-0 and had the match-clinching win against Greenwich.

Bryan Kraus, Trumbull Baseball. Kraus threw complete-game shutouts against both Fairfield Warde and Fairfield Ludlowe.

Brady Lewis, Fairfield Warde Golf. Lewis, a sophomore, was medalist in the Mustangs’ first two matches and is fourth in the state in scoring average.

Jack McGuire, Ridgefield Tennis. McGuire had key wins at second singles against Stamford and third singles against New Canaan.

Here are the female finalists:

Emma AbbaziaGreenwich Lacrosse. Abbazia, a freshman, had four goals, an assist and five draw controls in her first game, a win over Staples.

Alana Goldhaber, Stamford Lacrosse. Goldhaber finished with 16 goals and eight assists as the Black Knights went 2-1.

McKenna Harden, New Canaan Lacrosse. Harden finished with eight goals, seven draw controls and four caused turnovers in wins over Darien and Greenwich.

Jensie Nicholas, Trumbull Golf. Nicholas carded a career-best one-under-par 35 in a season-opening win over Wilton.

Caitlyn Romero, Fairfield Ludlowe Softball. Romero went 6 for 9, with two home runs and eight RBIs in three wins.

Francie Stevens, Staples Track. Stevens won the 100 and 200 in, respectively, the state’s fifth- and second-best times in the state to date, in a meet against St. Joseph.

Lauren Wasiksowski, St. Joseph Softball. Wasikowski got all 21 outs by strikeout in a win over New Canaan and struck out 14 in a win over Darien.