AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Michael Gaughan, Bishop Ludden boys soccer. When the Gaelic Knights upended the Bishop Grimes Cobras 4-0 on November 7, Gaughan carried his side along, putting in all four of Ludden’s goals.
Mirbeau Inn and Spa Megastar: Leah Rehm, East Syracuse Minoa girls soccer. Rehm’s goal was the decisive factor as the Spartans, completing an undefeated 11-0 season, fought past the Central Square Redhawks 1-0 on November 9.
Nagle Athletic Services Winning Moment: Paris Welker, Oriskany girls cross country, crossing the finish line in exactly 20 minutes, six seconds and getting clear of the field by more than 25 seconds in the November 7 Center State Conference championships.
Sports Center 481 Driving Force: Alena Weibel, Sauquoit Valley girls soccer. When the Indians roared past Oriskany 11-0 on November 9, Weibel was difficult to stop, not only getting three goals for the hat trick, but adding an assist.
Summitcars.com Coach of the Week: Pat Kennedy, Cicero-North Syracuse field hockey. When the Northstars that Kennedy coaches defeated Canastota 5-0 on November 12, it marked the conclusion of a 14-0 campaign, the first undefeated season in program history.
Syracuse Fitness Store Standout: Anna Rayhill, New Hartford girls soccer. The Spartans’ undefeated season reached another high point on November 7 with a 3-0 shutout over the Fayetteville-Manlius Hornets, highlighted by Rayhill’s pair of goals.
Syracuse Orthopedic Surgeons Student-Athlete: Jacob Verbanic, Tully boys soccer. Stopping 11 of the 12 shots he faced, Verbanic starred in goal for the Black Knights during a 3-1 victory over the Homer Trojans on November 9.
Syracuse Sauna King Superstar: Maddy Duggleby, Fayetteville-Manlius field hockey. In a clash between the Hornets and Baldwinsville on November 9, Duggleby’s goal made the difference as the Hornets edged the Bees by a 1-0 margin.
Tuscarora Country Club Top Golfer: Aidan Farmer, Baldwinsville boys golf. The Bees gained a 198-202 victory over the West Genesee Wildcats on October 16, helped there by Farmer shooting a 39 for nine holes as part of a well-balance team effort.
U.S. Army Male Athlete: Victor Lee, New York Mills boys cross country. It was Lee taking the individual title at the Center State Conference championship race on November 7, finishing in 17 minutes, 30.6 seconds, more than 18 seconds ahead of the field.
U.S. Army Female Athlete: Madison Scialdone, Whitesboro gymnastics. When the Warriors outscored East Syracuse Minoa/Liverpool 138.45-116.70 on November 7, Scialdone scored 9.25 on balance beam and led the all-around standings with 35.55.