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Congratulations to Sandwich boys hockey forward Jack Connolly for being voted SBLive’s Massachusetts High School Athlete of the Week for March 14-20!

The sophomore scored the winning goal in double-overtime to lift the Blue Knights over Watertown, 3-2, for the Division 4 state title.

Connolly ran away with this week's honor, receiving 87.78% of the total vote.

If you would like to nominate an athlete, please email or message us on Twitter or Instagram at @sblivemass.

Here are the other athletes who were nominated for March 14-20:

Tony Felder Jr., Malden Catholic boys basketball: The senior guard dropped 38 points to lead Malden Catholic to its first MIAA Division 2 state championship with a 95-40 win over Norwood.

Ali Barry and Omri Merryman, St. Mary's boys basketball: Barry and Merryman both scored 19 points in the Spartans' 71-40 Division 3 state title win over Watertown.

Kyle Monahan, Maynard boys basketball: Led Maynard with 22 points in the Division 5 state title game win over Paulo Freire.

Michael Munroe, Hanover boys hockey: The freshman scored two goals and had two assists to lead Hanover past Marlborough, 5-3, for the Division 3 state championship.

Mallory Farrell, Algonquin girls hockey: Farrell scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lead Algonquin past Canton for the Division 2 state title.

Jasmyn Cooper, Oliver Ames girls basketball: The sophomore had a double-double (22 points, 10 rebounds) in the Tigers' 53-48 Division 2 state championship win over Norwood.

Amany Lopez, Springfield Central girls basketball: Lopez scored 16 points to lift the Golden Eagles past Andover, 43-40, in the Division 1 state title game.

Kellyn Preira, St. Mary's girls basketball: The junior had 16 points and seven blocks-including a game-tying blocked shot to avoid overtime- in the Spartans' 46-44 Division 3 state championship win over Rockland.

Isabel Hulse, Austin Prep girls hockey: The senior scored the game-sealing goal with 52 seconds remaining to put the finishing touch on Austin Prep's perfect season (27-0-0) with a Division 1 state title win over Arlington.