Awards for 9/2/2023

AFLAC Amazing Athlete: Ty’Nez Harp, PSLA-Fowler football. Harp completed all five of his passes, four of them for touchdowns, and got 230 yards in the Falcons’ 48-7 victory over Oswego on September 1.

Atlas Fence All-Star: Payton Taylor, Fabius-Pompey girls soccer. The Falcons began its season August 31 with a 1-0 victory over Marathon, and it was Taylor netting the game’s only goal.

Byrne Dairy Prime Performer: Luke McQuaid, Jamesville-DeWitt boys volleyball. Earning 14 kills, McQuaid led the reigning state Division II champions Red Rams to a season-opening three-set sweep of Central Square on August 31.

Empower Federal Credit Union Rewarding Effort: Demetrius Blake, Central Square boys soccer. The Redhawks defeated Chittenango 2-1 on August 30, helped by Blake assisting on both of his team’s goals.

Ethan Allen Award of Excellence:  Owen Frechette, Baldwinsville boys golf. Shooting a 38 for nine holes, Frechette helped the Bees edge Cicero-North Syracuse Blue 204-205 on September 2 and extended the team’s win streak to 17.

Fitness Forum/Ultimate Goal/Sports 481 Fabulous Effort: Jahbari Clarke, Bishop Ludden football. Clarke scored his team’s first two touchdowns, helping the Gaelic Knights defeat Nottingham 35-28 on September 1.

Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning Outstanding Athlete: Hannah Deacy, Cato-Meridian girls volleyball. Between her 16 assists and five aces, Deacy led the Blue Devils to a three-set sweep of Institute of Technology Central on August 30.

JKS Roofing Super Standout:  Jack Gregory, Christian Brothers Academy boys golf. The Brothers handled Westhill 195-217 at Drumlins on August 30 and stayed undefeated, Gregory shooting a 35 for nine holes.

Mooney Marketing Group/Bristol 7 Enterprises Major Performance: Reid McMurtrie, Cazenovia field hockey. Netting four goals, McMurtrie led the Lakers to a 5-0 shutout of East Syracuse Minoa September 1 in the Fayetteville-Manlius Tournament.

Nye Automotive Mark of Excellence: Samantha Stokley, Copenhagen girls soccer. Helped by Stokley’s three-goal hat trick and an assist, the Gold Knights put together an 8-1 romp over Sandy Creek on September 1.

Purcell Paints Prime Performer: Cydney Pitman, Skaneateles girls volleyball. The Lakers claimed a five-set battle with Central Square on August 30, with Pitman getting 15 assists, five digs, three kills and two blocks.

Revitalize! CNY Rewarding Performance: Nadia Foley, Holland Patent field hockey. Foley carried the Golden Knights’ offense in a 4-1 win over Vernon-Verona-Sherrill on September 1 with a three-goal hat trick plus an assist.

Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists Student-Athlete: Tali Connor, Living Word Academy boys volleyball. The Lions defeated Liverpool in four sets on August 31, Connor dominating the front line with 16 kills and seven blocks.

University Sports Shop/Manny’s Major Moment: Lah Eh Soe, Utica Proctor boys soccer, netting the only goal in the second half as the Raiders defeated reigning three-time state Class B champion Skaneateles 1-o August 31 in the Cicero-North Syracuse Optimtist Tournament.

Upstate Urology Upstart: Jane Razza, Liverpool field hockey. The Warriors beat Little Falls 7-3 in its August 29 season opener as Razza, a freshman, debuted with four goals and an assist.

U.S. Army Athlete of the Week: Bradley Livesey, Oswego boys soccer. Livesey notched the game’s only goal and helped the Buccaneers edge the Mexico Tigers 1-0 in the September 1 season opener.

Wilkins RV Winning Player: Selena Chen, Fayetteville-Manlius girls tennis. Chen’s straight-set singles victory over Laine Zoanetti keyed the Hornets holding off Baldwinsville 4-3 on September 1.

Zero Draft Defensive Standout: Laura Bartlett, Fulton girls volleyball. Picking up 14 digs, Bartlett helped Fulton improve to 2-0 on the season with a four-set victory over Homer on September 1.