Maddie Barberan, John Jay volleyball — Barberan had eight kills, nine digs and one ace in a win over Our Lady of Lourdes.
Alicia Acosta, Rhinebeck volleyball — Acosta had 28 assists and five digs in the four-set win over Ellenville.
Megan Fergus, Millbrook volleyball — Fergus had 17 kills, four aces and 12 digs in topping Rhinebeck.
Irina Alekseeva, Beacon volleyball — Alekseeva had 18 kills, 14 assists and five aces in a three-set win over Lourdes.
Rachael Torella, Arlington volleyball — Torella had 30 assists, 13 kills and seven digs in beating Mahopac.
Alexis Sabatelle, Roy C. Ketcham volleyball — In a win over Carmel, Sabatelle had 40 assists and 10 digs.
Katie Wall, Ketcham field hockey — Wall finished with a hat trick to defeat Spackenkill.
Hannah Reck, John Jay field hockey — Reck scored twice in a win over Carmel.
Sarah McGowan, Arlington field hockey — McGowan made four saves in a shutout win over Mahopac.
Erik Stauderman, Stanley Garrant, Spackenkill boys golf — Garrant shot a career-low 32 with one eagle, two birdies and six pars in a win over Onteora. Stauderman shot a team-low 37 with two birdies and four pars at the par-36 Apple Greens Golf Course in Highland, as the Spartans won the Mid-Hudson Athletic League team championship.
Jeffrey Peters, Franklin D. Roosevelt boys golf — Peters was the medalist in the MHAL team championship meet with an even-par 36.
Katelyn Walsh, Arlington girls swimming and diving — Walsh won the 100- and 200-yard freestyles against John Jay.
Kaela Santos, New Paltz girls swimming and diving — Santos won the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly in a win over Marlboro.
Conor Stack, Arlington boys cross country — Stack won the Conference I League 1 5K race at the Section 1 League championships.
Caroline Timm, Lourdes girls cross country — Timm won the Conference I League 4 5K race at the Section 1 League championships.
Zachary Ropes, Lourdes boys cross country — Ropes won the Conference I League 4 5K race at the Section 1 League championships.
Camron Abalos, Spackenkill football — In beating Red Hook, the quarterback threw five passes that were caught in the end zone, threw for 215 yards, ran for 138 and returned a punt for a score.
Ryan Schumacher, John Jay football — Schumacher threw two touchdown passes and rushed for one more in a win over Mamaroneck.
Rino Tamburri, Marlboro football — The running back ran for 223 yards and four touchdowns, made 10 tackles and recovered two fumbles in blanking Wallkill.
Jaquon Futrell, Dover football — Futrell rushed for 361 yards and four touchdowns to break a program record against Pine Plains/Rhinebeck.
Parrish Durham, Arlington football — Durham rushed for three touchdowns and racked up 145 yards in a win over White Plains.
Luke Timm, Lourdes football — In beating John Jay-Cross River, Timm caught 12 balls for 241 yards and a touchdown, returned the opening kickoff 95 yards to the end zone, and picked off a pass.
Delvin Wood, Millbrook football — Wood generated 166 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Chester.
Tai-sean Dodd, Ketcham football — Dodd scored two touchdowns and ran for 111 yards in a win over Ramapo.
Nick Dillman, John Jay boys soccer — Dillman scored twice against Mahopac, including the game-winner.
David Siriboe, Ketcham boys soccer — Siriboe scored twice and made an assist against Carmel.
Dillon Ashong, George Pogyo, Arlington boys soccer — The duo each scored two goals apiece against Mahopac.
Ryan Espinoza, Spackenkill boys soccer — Playing forward against Millbrook, the goalie notched a hat trick.
Matt Wyant, Beacon boys soccer — Wyant scored in overtime to lift the Bulldogs over Ossining.
Ryan Euell, Rhinebeck boys soccer — Euell secured a hat trick against John A. Coleman Catholic.
Lia Kucera, New Paltz girls soccer — Lucera scored the game-winner against Roosevelt.
Michaela Raffaele, Highland girls soccer — Raffaele scored twice in the Huskies’ win over Poughkeepsie.