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.
Friday’s doubleheader at Central Connecticut State could be the final time brothers Nick and TJ Wegmann take the field together. The Apalachin natives are our 12 Sports Athletes of the Week.
"I hit behind her and I just know that when she gets up there that I’m going to hit again," said Susquehanna Valley senior Hannah Haskell.
"It is certainly a lot better to coach her than to coach against her," said Maine-Endwell head softball coach Joe Mancinelli.
"His shot is insane," said Chenango Forks senior Sean Wiser. "I mean I’ve never seen a sophomore shoot like that."
"His raw-talent level is unbelievable," said Vestal boy’s lacrosse head coach Chris Dutkowsky.
"If he continues to work and develop in some of those other areas," said Kowalsky. "He’s certainly going to give himself a chance to be a regular NHLer."
"When Jess steps into the batter’s box, I think we’re all confident," said Binghamton softball head coach Michelle Johnston.
Seton Catholic junior Julia Hauer set two personal milestones last week.