AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Ashton Burian, Southern Hills football. When the Storm subdued the Solvay Bearcats 38-13 on October 8, Burian had a lot to do with it, carrying the ball 19 times and accumulating 182 yards while scoring three touchdowns.
The Amish Group Master Builder: Nadia Segal, Cazenovia field hockey. Segal’s first career hat trick, which included three goals and one assist, was part of the Lakers routing Cato-Meridian 10-0 on October 7 and clinching the Onondaga High School League regular-season championship.
Atlas Fence All-Star: Vassiana Klock, Jordan-Elbridge girls cross country. All that Klock did in the Chittenango Bears Twilight Invitational on October 8 was beat the field in the Varsity 2 race, the only girl to break the 20-minute mark as she won in 19 minutes. 57.9 seconds.
E.J. Electric Electrifying Performance: Miranda Stewart, Marcellus girls volleyball. Nearly getting a triple-double, Stewart’s eight kills, seven blocks, 10 digs, three aces and two assists helped the Mustangs beat the Skaneateles Lakers in four sets on October 5 and stay undefeated.
Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Male Athlete of the Week: Ahmed Dahir, Nottingham boys soccer. The state-ranked Bulldogs improved tIo 10-4 on the season and shut out the Corcoran Cougars 4-0 on October 7 as Dahir led the way with one goal and one assist.
Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Female Athlete of the Week: Cara Campaine, Oneida girls tennis. When the Indians upended Whitesboro 6-1 to earn the Section III Class B team tournament on October 8, Campaine was triumphant in first singles 6-2, 6-0 over Lauren Levitano.
Mirbeau Inn and Spa Megastar: Ashley Pawelczyk, Bishop Ludden girls soccer. Helped by a three-goal hat trick from Pawelczy, the undefeated, state Class D no. 4-ranked Gaelic Knights stayed that way, blanking the Manlius-Pebble Hill Trojans 5-0 on October 9.
Nagle Turf Winning Moment: Jah’Deir Reese, Liverpool football, going 79 yards for a touchdown on a screen pass from Jalen Graham early in the first quarter to set the tone for the Warriors knocking off state Class AA no. 5-ranked Cicero-North Syracuse 21-14 on October 8.
Shute’s Water Systems Star Performance: Raegan Dalrymple, Copenhagen girls soccer. When the Gold Knights improved to 8-4-1 with a 6-0 shutout of Alexandria Bay on October 7, Dalrymple kept converting until she finished with four goals and one assist.
Syracuse Fitness Store Standout: Tori Iannotti, Cicero-North Syracuse girls soccer. It was Iannotti’s goal late in double overtime from an impossible angle in the left corner that allowed the unbeaten Northstars to edge the Fayetteville-Manlius Hornets 2-1 on October 6.
Syracuse Orthopedic Surgeons Student-Athlete: Carson Campbell, Rome Free Academy boys cross country. It was Campbell crossing the finish line first in 17 minutes, 19.5 seconds to help his team edge Oneonta and take the Black Knights’ own Bill Coughlin Invitational on October 9.
Syracuse Sauna King Superstar: Elijah Rawleigh, General Brown football. The Lions turned back Bishop Ludden 47-26 in a clash of unbeaten Class C sides on October 8 as Rawleigh led the ground attack, gaining 148 yards on 17 carries and scoring a touchdown.
Tuscarora Golf Club Top Golfer: Anthony Maglisco, Westhill boys. With his three-under-par 69 at Beaver Meadows in the Section III Class B fall tournament October 5, Maglisco tied for first place among individuals and led the Warriors to the team title, too.
U.S. Army Male Athlete: Matt Rudisky, Living Word Academy boys volleyball. With his 52 assists, Rudisky was responsible for more than two sets’ worth of points as the Lions knocked off the Fayetteville-Manlius Hornets in five sets on October 9.
U.S. Army Female Athlete: Gwen Lister, Jamesville-DeWitt girls swimming. The Red Rams defeated West Genesee, Oswego and Cicero-North Syracuse in a five-day span from October 5 to 9 as Lister won five individual races and took part in a handful of winning relays, too.