After knocking off Owego twice and winning the Section IV title, the Norwich Purple Tornado are our 12 Sports Athletes of the Week.
After both taking home state titles, John and Brady Worthing are our 12 Sports Athletes of the Week.
After hitting his second half court shot of the season, Marathon’s Diego Castellot’s is our 12 Sports Athlete of the Week.
After scoring her 1000th career point for Owego girl’s basketball, Kaci Donovan is this week’s 12 Sports Athlete of the Week.
“He came in here with an expectation to win every game and he plays that way, he practices that way,” said Army head coach Jeff Monken.
In part two, 12 Sports sits down with the State Championship Game MVP Jarred Freije.
“Mainly adrenaline,” said Lavin “On the sideline, I was a little nervous at first, but as soon as I got in there and see my player’s eyes and I see that we’re all in this together and we’re going to keep moving on.”
The Chenango Fork’s girls soccer team finished its magical season Sunday defeating Holland Patent, 2-0 to win the state championship for the second time in three seasons.
It’s not often a freshman earns Most Valuable Players honors in a Section IV football championship game, but Tioga’s Emmett Wood accomplished that for the Tigers on Friday night.
“I’m losing sleep over these guys,” said Barr. “They like starting like that, making the games exciting, and they did tonight. They put on a show tonight.”