Awards for 6/5/21

AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Josh Carguello, Pulaski boys track and field. When the Blue Devils prevailed in the Onondaga High School League Patriot National division meet on June 2, Carguello took first place in the 400-meter dash, 800-meter run and 110-meter high hurdles.

The Amish Group Master Builder: Austin Racquet, Holland Patent boys lacrosse. Racquet, with his five goals and two assists, accounted for more than half the Golden Knights’ offense and propelled it to a 12-8 victory over the Chittenango Bears on June 1.

Atlas Fence All-Star: Michaela Delles, Indian River girls lacrosse. Delles, by herself, put on quite a show for the Warriors in its 12-4 victory over the Carthage Comets on June 1, accounting for eight goals, twice the total of the opposition, by game’s end.

E.J. Electric Electrifying Performance: Josh Budge, Central Square boys lacrosse. Putting together five goals and two assists, Budge was the central figure for the Redhawks as it put away the Rome Free Academy Black Knights 15-10 on June 2.

Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Male Athlete of the Week: Harley Wakeman, Mexico boys tennis. Wakeman’s three-set victory over Aiden Katleski was crucial to help the Tigers knock off the previously unbeaten Cazenovia Lakers by a score of 3-1 on June 3.

Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Female Athlete of the Week: Jordyn Badalato, South Jefferson girls lacrosse. Helped by Badalato’s big night of six goals and one assist, the Spartans, improving to 15-1 on the season, roared to a 19-3 win over Christian Brothers Academy on June 4.

Mirbeau Inn and Spa Megastar: Ryan Birchard, Auburn baseball. When the Maroons halted Cortland’s 15-game win streak in a 4-0 decision on June 2, Birchard threw a complete-game shutout, striking out 10 and allowing just two hits, while also driving in a pair of runs at the plate.

Nagle Turf Winning Moment: Anthony Cimino, Cicero-North Syracuse boys lacrosse, hitting the game-winning goal in the opening minute of overtime to deliver for the Northstars a 12-11 victory over the West Genesee Wildcats on June 1 at Bragman Stadium.

Shute’s Water Systems Star Performance: Shawn Colella, Marcellus boys golf. Colella never lost a single match in his high school career and capped it with a nine-hole 34 that completed another undefeated season for the Mustangs as it beat Pulaski 193-287 on June 1. Coach of the Week: Tim Mascari, Cazenovia baseball. In his first season at the helm, Mascari has helped the Lakers put together a 13-game win streak and roared to the regular-season championship of the Onondaga High School League Liberty National division.

Syracuse Fitness Store Standout: Shae McEvoy, West Canada Valley softball. When the Indians knocked off the previously unbeaten Cooperstown Hawkeyes 3-2 on June 2, McEvoy drove in two runs in the third inning and drove home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Syracuse Orthopedic Surgeons Student-Athlete: Louis Pinto, Clinton boys track and field. When the Warriors rolled to the Center State Conference Division I championship on June 2, Pinto had a winning high jump of 6 feet and top triple jump of 38 feet 1 inch.

Syracuse Sauna King Superstar: Grayson Brunelle, Skaneateles boys lacrosse. Brunelle picked up three goals and four assists as the Lakers, continuing its late-season charge, picked up a 14-11 victory over the LaFayette Lancers on June 1.

Tuscarora Golf Club Top Golfer: Sarah Falgiatano, Bishop Grimes girls. Falgiatano shot a 95 at the Woodcrest Golf Club to beat the field by three shots and claim individual honors during the June 3 Onondaga High School League championship tournament.

U.S. Army Male Athlete: Sean Burdick, West Canada Valley baseball. The Indians remained undefeated and handled the Waterville Indians 11-4 on June 2 as Burdick stood out at the plate, notching two hits, walking once and scoring three runs.

U.S. Army Female Athlete: Emily Toth-Ratazzi, Rome Free Academy girls track and field. With first-place finishes in the 800 and 1,500-meter run, Ratazzi helped the Black Knights win the Tri-Valley League Colonial division championship meet on June 2.