AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Madison Clark, Mount Markham softball. When the Mustangs put together a 5-0 shutout of the Canastota Raiders on May 24, Clark proved dominant in the pitcher’s circle, only allowing one hit and amassing 16 strikeouts.
The Amish Group Master Builder: Tyler Blake, Cortland baseball. Blake struck out 13 in 6 2/3 innings, only allowing four hits and two walks, and also drove in a run as the Purple Tigers, moving to 13-0 on the season, fought past the Fulton Red Raiders 3-1 on May 27.
Atlas Fence All-Star: Parker Tedford, Chittenango boys track and field. All that Tedford did in the Bears’ 85-56 victory over Institute of Technology Central on May 27 was win both the 100 and 200-meter sprints and also get first place in the 110 high hurdles and 400-meter hurdles.
E.J. Electric Electrifying Performance: Joe Papa, Christian Brothers Academy boys lacrosse. Papa set a new career mark with eight assists, most of them to Declan Landers (nine goals), to help the Brothers roll past the Homer Trojans 17-3 on May 27.
Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Male Athlete of the Week: Luke Arvantides, Baldwinsville baseball. It was Arvantides’ RBI single in the top of the 12th inning that allowed the Bees to pick up a 5-4 victory over the Cicero-North Syracuse Northstars on May 23.
Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Female Athlete of the Week: Hannah Boyle, Cicero-North Syracuse girls track and field. Boyle has twice broken the school record in the 400-meter dash, doing so again on May 26 during the Northstars’ 98-24 victory over the West Genesee Wildcats.
Mirbeau Inn and Spa Megastar: Bella Pepe, Utica-Notre Dame girls golf. The Jugglers earned a 191-251 victory over the Central Valley Academy Thunder on May 25, with Pepe leading the way thanks to her nine-hole score of 41 in hot, humid conditions.
Nagle Turf Winning Moment: Jake Wardel, Cazenovia boys tennis, defeating Chris Cuomo in straight sets 6-2, 7-5 for the clinching point as the Lakers knocked off Christian Brothers Academy 3-2 in a clash of two undefeated sides on May 27.
Shute’s Water Systems Star Performance: Ramsey Burnard, Indian River boys lacrosse. The Warriors got the best of the Carthage Comets 11-7 in a May 25 Frontier League showdown as Burnard poured in four goals and added a pair of assists.
Summitcars.com Coach of the Week: Bill Dean, Auburn girls lacrosse. The Maroons’ dominance this season goes beyond an 11-0 record, as in these 11 games Auburn has never scored less than 12 goals in a game and, in total, has averaged better than 20 goals per contest.
Syracuse Fitness Store Standout: Lana Thousand, Onondaga softball. Thousand was dominant at the plate with a home run, two doubles, a single and four RBIs which helped carry the Tigers to a 12-3 win over the Skaneateles Lakers on May 22.
Syracuse Orthopedic Surgeons Student-Athlete: William Hilton, New Hartford boys lacrosse. The Spartans pushed past the Rome Free Academy Black Knights 14-7 on May 26 in large measure due to Hilton’s production as he backed up a three-goal hat trick with four assists.
Syracuse Sauna King Superstar: Carlie Desimone, Baldwinsville girls lacrosse. The Bees got payback for an earlier loss to Cicero-North Syracuse, prevailing 10-5 on May 27 at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium led by Desimone’s season-best total of three goals and two assists.
Tuscarora Golf Club Top Golfer: Grant Spicer, Fabius-Pompey boys. It was spicer shooting a two-over-par 74 at The Pompey Club to claim individual honors during the Onondaga High School League Patriot National division tournament on May 24.
U.S. Army Male Athlete: Luke Gilmartin, Westhill boys lacrosse. The Warriors got its best win of the season over reigning state Class D champion LaFayette 11-8 on May 27 in large measure due to Gilmartin’s production as he got five goals and two assists.
U.S. Army Female Athlete: Camryn Shenk, Camden softball. Shenk nearly hit for the cycle with a single, double and triple, scored four runs and recorded three RBIs for the 13-2 Blue Devils as got an 18-0 shutout over the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Red Devils on May 24.