Bristol Smith, John Jay football— Smith rumbled to 159 yards and two touchdowns in trouncing North Rockland 29-8.
Delvin Wood, Millbrook football — Wood ran for 139 yards and two touchdowns, and caught a 22-yard touchdown to beat Tri-Valley 34-0.
Camron Abalos, Spackenkill football — In a victory over Rondout Valley that ensured a playoff spot, Abalos ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns, threw for 115 yards and intercepted a fourth-quarter pass.
Jaquon Futrell, Dover football — Futrell had 296 yards and five touchdowns on the ground in the first half of a 60-0 win over Ellenville.
Rino Tamburri, Marlboro football — The running back racked up 234 rushing yards and four touchdowns, and made 13 tackles, in rolling over Red Hook 62-13.
Cameron Shorey, Beacon football — In a loss to Byram Hills, Shorey ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns, and caught two passes for 42 yards and a touchdown.
Gabby Prichard, Spackenkill girls soccer — Prichard notched a hat trick against Onteora.
Michelle Giamportone, Rhinebeck girls soccer — Giamportone had two goals and an assist in a shutout of Millbrook. She also had three goals and three assists in shutting out Pine Plains.
Katelyn Rosa, Beacon girls soccer — Rosa, an eighth-grader, scored her first varsity goal in a loss to John Jay-Cross River.
Bailey McCollum, Haldane girls soccer — McCollum accounted for two goals and three assists in beating Pawling 6-0.
Mike Ciardullo, John Jay boys soccer — The Patriot became the first opposing player to score on Arlington this season, as John Jay handed Arlington a 1-0 loss.
Chris Stamper, Spackenkill boys soccer — The lone goal in the Spartans’ win over Ellenville came on Stamper’s penalty kick in the 56th minute.
Terrel Davis, Beacon boys soccer — Davis accounted for three goals in Beacon’s 5-0 win over Walter Panas.
Alfredo Sosa, Millbrook boys soccer — Sosa scored twice against Pine Plains, including the game-winner late in the second half.
Ethan Hart, Franklin D. Roosevelt boys soccer — Hart had six goals and an assist between a pair of 6-0 wins over Poughkeepsie.
Ryan Euell, Rhinebeck boys soccer — Euell had two goals and an assist in a 3-0 victory over Pine Plains.
Jenna Fusco, John Jay field hockey — Fusco scored both her team’s goals in the second half to top Roy C. Ketcham 2-1.
Kristen DeSousa, Ketcham field hockey — DeSousa made 14 saves in a 2-1 loss to John Jay.
Kenya Blue, Webutuck field hockey — Blue recorded two of Webutuck’s three goals in a shutout of Ellenville.
Rachel Beam, Catie Gomm, Pine Plains field hockey — The Bombers duo split four goals in a victory over Onteora.
Fiona Weinstein, New Paltz field hockey — Weinstein scored three goals to help defeat Poughkeepsie.
Caroline Timm, Our Lady of Lourdes girls cross country — Timm placed first in the Brewster Bear Classic.
Maranda Sears, Arlington girls tennis — Sears earned a 6-2, 6-2 first-singles win in a 4-3 victory over Ketcham.
Taylor Felicello, Marlboro volleyball — The setter had 22 assists and three kills in a four-set win over Rondout Valley.
Irina Alekseeva, Beacon volleyball — In a five-set win over Ossining, Alekseeva had 28 kills, her fourth 20-plus-kill match of the season.
Nini Sher, Spackenkill volleyball — Sher’s 24 kills and eight aces helped the Spartans edge Marlboro 25-21, 16-25, 25-15, 18-25, 27-25.Jaclyn Smith, Clara Lombardo, Pawling volleyball — In sweeping Mahopac, Smith had 15 kills and 13 digs, and Lombardo had 26 assists.
Brenna Nelson, Spackenkill volleyball — Nelson had 24 assists in a sweep of Rondout Valley.
Megan Fergus, Millbrook volleyball — Fergus had 16 kills and 10 digs in a three-set victory over Roosevelt.
Kira Payman, Rachael Torella, Arlington volleyball — In a four-set win over John Jay, Payman had 20 kills and 24 digs, while Torella had 27 assists and 22 digs.
Jeffrey Peters, Roosevelt boys golf — Peters fired a three-over-par 39 at Dinsmore Golf Course in a five-stroke victory over New Paltz.
Austin Lundstedt, Red Hook boys golf — Lundstedt’s two-over-par 38 at Red Hook Golf Course came in a loss to Rondout Valley.