Awards for 1/29/2022

AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Isabella Scott, Altmar-Parish-Williamstown girls indoor track and field. Scott was victorious in the 55-meter dash, long jump and triple jump during the January 26 Onondaga High School League Division II championships at SRC Arena.

The Amish Group Master Builder: Josh Bono, Whitesboro ice hockey. When the Warriors shut out the Fayetteville-Manlius Hornets 4-0 on January 21, Bono carried the attack along, earning three goals for the hat trick.

Atlas Fence All-Star: Maria Dunsmoor, Hannibal girls basketball. Though Dunsmoor only had eight points in the Warriors’ 51-39 win over Christian Brothers Academy on January 26, she absolutely dominated on the boards with her 22 rebounds.

E.J. Electric Electrifying Performance: Andrew Gadizala, Clinton boys indoor track and field. Gadizala’s sweep of the shot put and weight throw helped the Warriors win the Division I title during the January 28 Center State Conference championships at Utica College.

Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Male Athlete of the Week: Brenton Hapgood, Homer boys bowling. With a 635 series and high game of 225, Hapgood helped the Trojans remain undefeated by knocking off the Bishop Grimes Cobras 7-0 on January 21.

Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Female Athlete of the Week: Augusta Boomhawer, Carthage girls volleyball. During the Comets’ five-set victory over the Watertown Cyclones on January 24, Boomhawer put together 20 assists, added 17 digs and got seven kills and four aces.

Mirbeau Inn and Spa Megastar: Quinn Smith, Fayetteville-Manlius boys swimming. Impressive victories in the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke by Smith helped the Hornets remain unbeaten and top the Liverpool Warriors 97.5-82.5 on January 25.

Nagle Turf Winning Moment: Dominick Sprague, Belleville-Henderson boys baskeball, netting 25 points to help the Rams knock the Sackets Harbor Patriots from the unbeaten ranks on January 28, prevailing by a score of 65-63.

Purcell Paints Hometown Hockey Hero: Hayden Scott, Cicero-North Syracuse boys. Scott’s pair of goals helped the Northstars earn its biggest victory of the season so far, toppling the state-ranked Cazenovia Lakers 4-2 on January 28.

Shute’s Water Systems Star Performance: Caleb Smith, Jamesville-DeWitt boys indoor track and field. The Red Rams won the SCAC Empire division championships January 27 at SRC Arena led by Smith, who was first in the 300-meter dash and long jump.

Syracuse Fitness Store Standout: Peyton Maneri, Auburn girls basketball. The Maroons maintained its win streak by handling the Central Square Redhawks 76-47 on January 28 as Maneri eared 16 points, seven assists, four steals and three rebounds.

Syracuse Orthopedic Surgeons Student-Athlete: Luke Gilmartin, Westhill boys basketball. Gilmartin did it all, from 15 points to nine assists, six rebounds and two steals, as the Warriors rolled past Utica Academy of Science 69-43 on January 22.

Syracuse Sauna King Superstar: Sasha Lelakowski, Fabius-Pompey girls volleyball. When the Falcons survived a five-set battle with the Faith Heritage Saints on January 27, Lelakowski provided some needed power with her 12 kills and three blocks.

U.S. Army Male Athlete: Jordan Koenig, Holland Patent wrestling. Koenig won all six of his bouts at 172 pounds as the Golden Knights were a perfect 9-0 to take the title at the Mustang Duals January 22 at Mount Markham.

U.S. Army Female Athlete: Kori Nichols, General Brown girls basketball. The Lions roared past the South Jefferson Spartans 65-36 on January 21 as Nichols set the pace thanks to her 18 points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals.

Zero Draft Defensive Standout: Nate Dziedzic, Chittenango boys volleyball. When the Bears won its first-place showdown with Vernon-Verona-Sherrill on January 28, Dziedzic keyed the defensive effort by earning eight digs and six blocks.