Awards for 6/19/21

AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Will Delano, Westhill boys lacrosse. When the Warriors dethroned the LaFayette Lancers 20-13 on June 12 to claim the Section III Class D championship, Delano had a roll in more than half the scoring plays thanks to his nine goals and two assists.


The Amish Group Master Builder: Aubrey Fraher, Marcellus softball. Fraher pitched four times in six days, including a 10-2 victory over defending champion Oneida in the title game, leading the Mustangs to its first-ever Section III Class B championship.


Atlas Fence All-Star: Kathryn Morrissey, Skaneateles girls lacrosse. The Lakers’ perfect 15-0 season ended with a 14-6 victory over the Westhill Warriors in the June 12 Section III Class D championship game, with Morrissey picking up two goals and three assists.


E.J. Electric Electrifying Performance: Aiden Milburn, Baldwinsville baseball. Milburn’s home run and four RBIs helped the Bees overcome an early six-run deficit and defeat the West Genesee Wildcats 13-7 on June 12 to earn the Section III Class AA championship.


Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Male Athlete of the Week: Caden Yancey, Fayetteville-Manlius boys lacrosse. When the Hornets routed East Syracuse Minoa 21-6 to claim the Section III Class B championship on June 12, Yancey produced three goals and earned three assists.


Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Female Athlete of the Week: Doray DiLallo, Auburn softball. When the Maroons knocked off Jamesville-DeWitt 7-6 in the Section III Class A championship game on June 12, DiLallo contributed a single and double and scored three runs.


Mirbeau Inn and Spa Megastar: Matt Boule, Christian Brothers Academy baseball. It was Boule’s 5 1/3 scoreless inning on the mound with just three hits allowed that helped the Brothers top the Auburn Maroons 2-0 June 12 at Falcon Park and win the Section III Class A championship.


Nagle Turf Winning Moment: Mackenzie Prentice, Cicero-North Syracuse girls lacrosse, hitting the winning goal in the second overtime period to push the Northstars past Baldwinsville 12-11 on June 12 and win its first SEction III Class A championship since 1997.


Shute’s Water Systems Star Performance: Cole Narolis, Camden baseball. In a tense Section III Class B-1 championship game June 12, Narolis pitched three scoreless innings of relief, allowing the Blue Devils to hold off the Homer Trojans 11-9 and take the sectional title.

Summitcars.com Coach of the Week: Stephanie Rice, Jamesville-DeWitt girls lacrosse. Before she stepped down, Rice led the Red Rams to a fourth consecutive Section III Class C championship, knocking off Fulton 10-7 in the final after the Red Raiders beat J-D twice in the regular season.

Syracuse Fitness Store Standout: Jonah Shearer, Beaver River baseball. Shearer pitched a complete game, got two hits, scored two runs and earned an RBI to help the Beavers knock off unbeaten West Canada Valley 8-2 on June 12 and earn the Section III Class C-2 championship.


Syracuse Orthopedic Surgeons Student-Athlete: Mike Blowers, Skaneateles baseball. It took Blowers’ two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a late-game tie and push the Lakers past Holland Patent 3-1 to win the Section III Class B-2 championship on June 12.


Syracuse Sauna King Superstar: Kaitlyn Kibling, Bishop Ludden softball. The Gaelic Knights earned the Section III Class D championship on June 12, beating the Poland Tornadoes 11-8 as Kibling went three-for-three at the plate, scored four runs and earned four RBIs.


Tuscarora Golf Club Top Golfer: Gabe Williams, Waterville boys. When the Indians won the Section III small-school tournament on June 7 at Barker Brook Golf Club, Williams led the way by shooting a four-over-par 76 to take second among individuals.


U.S. Army Male Athlete: Connor Broadbent, Poland baseball. The Tornadoes defeated the DeRuyter Rockets 11-3 in the June 12 Section III Class D championship game as Broadbent belted a home run, added a double and finished the game with four RBIs.

U.S. Army Female Athlete: Danielle and Emily Birmingham, Pulaski softball. The Birmingham sisters combined for six hits and 10 RBIs, and Emily pitched a shutout, as the Blue Devils blanked Cooperstown 18-0 and won the Section III Class C championship on June 12.