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Adrenaline Week 1 Player of the Week

Shane Sajewicz, Central

The headline player on Central heading into the year was Cam Leiter and after one week, it was a long list for a team that scored 26 runs in the first two games.

Sajewicz was the Golden Eagles’ hit machine during Week 1, going 7-for-13 with two doubles and eight RBI to lead the team in average (.538) and RBI. The junior left-hander also gave Central three innings of work on the mound in Thursday’s 13-10 win over Southern, allowing two runs and striking out five.

As the top vote-getter between the two polls, Sajewicz is the winner of a $25 gift card to Burger 25 in Toms River. He nearly doubled up runner-up Reece Moroney of Rumson-Fair Haven, whose team happened to beat Central on Saturday behind the sophomore second baseman's big day.

Red Bank Catholic senior Shane Panzini. (Photo by Matt Manley)
Red Bank Catholic senior Shane Panzini. (Photo by Matt Manley)

Week 1 Pitcher of the Week

Shane Panzini, Red Bank Catholic

Panzini entered the season regarded as one of the state's best pitchers and a potential early-round pick in the MLB Draft and he has not disappointed so far. The Caseys senior put on a clinic in two outings to start the year - one on opening day and another five days later at one of the state's premiere showcase events of the high-school season.

After firing a two-hit shutout with 14 strikeouts at Toms River North on April 19, he one-upped himself with a one-hitter and 15 punchouts in a win over Delbarton on Saturday at the Autism Awareness Challenge in North Brunswick. So for those keeping track, in two starts, Panzini is 2-0 with 29 strikeouts, four walks and three hits allowed in 14 shutout innings.


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