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FCIAC’s top performers for Wednesday, Feb. 24

With a full slate of events on Wednesday, including the FCIAC girls basketball and ice hockey semifinals, the diving finals, and the final day of the boys basketball season, there were plenty of star performers.

Here are just a few:

Steven Kreuch, Darien Diving

Kreuch captured the FCIAC diving crown with a dominating performance during the finals Wednesday at Westhill High School. The Blue Wave senior scored 494.35 points to win by nearly so over teammate Timmy Luz, the runner-up with 475.5. Kreuch moved up from a sixth-place finish last winter.

Camille Martinez, Stamford Girls Basketball

Martinez led the Knights with 25 points as they advanced to the FCIAC final with a 63-47 win over Trumbull at Fairfield-Ludlowe HS The junior nailed seven 3-point baskets, including two in the fourth quarter after the Eagles had cut into a double-digit lead and trailed by only five points.

Lejla Markovic, Warde Girls Basketball

Markovic scored a game-high 16 points to help lead the Warde Mustangs to a 51-49 victory over Ridgefield in the FCIAC semifinals Wednesday at Ludlowe HSA.

Brooke Deane, New Canaan Girls Ice Hockey

Deane scored two goals and dished out one assist as the Rams topped Ridgefield, 5-0, in the FCIAC girls ice hockey semifinals Wednesday at the Darien Ice Rink. Deane opened the scoring with an unassisted tally at 6:18, and added New Canaan’s third goal, again unassisted, at 2:55 of the second period. She also assisted on Gianna Bruno’s goal late in the second frame.

Chandler Kirby, Darien Girls Ice Hockey

Kirby started the scoring for the Blue Wave and finished with a game-high five points in their 8-0 shutout of Stamford/Westhill/Staples in the FCIAC semifinals Wednesday. Kirby made it 1-0 with an unassisted tally in the first period, and eventually collected two goals — both in the first period — and three assists.

Tyrell Alexander, Westhill Boys Basketball

Alexander scored 24 points in Westhill’s 82-58 win over Bridgeport Central on Wednesday. The victory clinched an FCIAC tournament berth for the Vikings.

Cole Prowitt-Smith, Ludlowe Boys Basketball

Prowitt-Smith had 23 points, including 15 on five 3-pointers, as Ludlowe secured an FCIAC tournament berth with a 75-59 win over Brien McMahon on Wednesday. He was also a perfect 6-for-6 from the free throw line.

Dimitry Moise, Trinity Catholic Boys Basketball

Moise had a double-double in Trinity’s 77-73 overtime victory against St. Joseph on Wednesday. He scored 26 points and reeled in 14 rebounds to lead the team in both categories.

New Canaan's Brooke Deane. — Dave Stewart/HAN Network photo

New Canaan’s Brooke Deane. — Dave Stewart/HAN Network photo

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