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Honor Roll: Perugino, Woody fuel football teams; send in nominations

Every day, high school athletes around the mid-Hudson Valley amaze on the field and on the court.

Zaahir Woody leaps to make a catch in the Roy C. Ketcham High School football team's game against Arlington on Sept. 9.

Zaahir Woody leaps to make a catch in the Roy C. Ketcham High School football team’s game against Arlington on Sept. 9.

Each week, the Journal celebrates those feats. And, you can help recognize the best performances, too.

The Journal’s Honor Roll feature will appear on http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com each week and in the print edition of the Journal on Thursdays. It’s compiled from the results reported through the previous seven days. But you are invited to nominate the players you think should be recognized and add to the Honor Roll.

Email your suggestions to PJSports@poughkeepsiejournal.com by 9 p.m. each Monday, or Tweet #PJHonorRoll, and they may be included in the weekly roundup.

Dhayquem Lewinson, Spackenkill football

Dhayquem Lewinson, Spackenkill football

Dhyquem Lewinson, Spackenkill football — Lewinson had 12 carries, 124 yards and three touchdowns to lift the Spartans against Chester.

Cody Homa, Eric Manfredi, Millbrook football — Homa rushed for 197 yards while Manfredi rushed for 157 in the Blazers’ win over Sullivan West.

Ricardo Yolas, Arlington football — Yolas scored the winning touchdown to lift the Admirals past Roy C. Ketcham, after scoring on a 54-yard run earlier in the game.

Zaahir Woody, Roy C. Ketcham football — The receiver snagged four touchdowns against Arlington.

Jaden Navarro, Beacon football — Navarro threw two touchdown passes and rushed for one to lead the Bulldogs against Peekskill.

MoQuez Dickens, Poughkeepsie football — Dickens racked up 300 yards and scored four touchdowns in the Pioneers’ win over Monticello.

John Perugino, Marlboro football — Perugino scored five touchdowns the Iron Dukes’ loss to James I. O’Neill.

Thomas Klipp, Spackenkill boys soccer — Klipp scored twice in the Spartans’ win over Ellenville.

Matt Oliveira, John Jay boys soccer — Oliveira scored the go-ahead goal and added an assist, as the Patriots beat Port Chester.

Owen Sagerman, Red Hook boys soccer — Sagerman scored five goals to lift the Raiders past Highland.

Bethuel Yebouet, Franklin D. Roosevelt boys soccer — Yebouet scored the game-winner in double overtime to lift the Presidents over Poughkeepsie.

Cerissa DiValentino, New Paltz girls soccer — DiValentino scored four goals in the Huguenots’ win over Highland.

Michelle Giamportone

Michelle Giamportone

Michelle Giamportone, Rhinebeck girls soccer — Giamportone notched a hat trick as the Hawks beat Webutuck.

Molly Feighan, Arlington girls soccer — Feighan had a hat trick in the Admirals’ win over Horace Greeley.

Nini Sher, Spackenkill volleyball — Sher had seven kills, 10 assists, 12 aces and a block in a win over Pine Plains.

Sam McKenna, Millbrook volleyball — McKenna had eight kills, four aces and five digs, lifting the Blazers past Dover.

Anna Booz, Rhinebeck volleyball — Booz had six aces, 12 assists and a kill in a sweep against Webutuck.

Morgan Corless, Red Hook volleyball — Corless recorded eight aces and 16 assists in a sweep of Highland.

Erik Stauderman, Spackenkill boys golf — Stauderman shot a 5-under-par 31 at McCann Memorial Golf Course, as the Spartans defeated Dover.

Jeffrey Peters, player of the year, Franklin D. Roosevelt boys golf

Jeffrey Peters, player of the year, Franklin D. Roosevelt boys golf

Jeffrey Peters, Roosevelt boys golf — Peters carded a 33 at Dinsmore Golf Course to lead the Presidents to a victory against Poughkeepsie.

Kelsey Mulligan, Ketcham field hockey — Mulligan had a hat trick in the Indians’ win over White Plains.

Dorothy Dalton, Poughkeepsie girls tennis — Dalton won 6-2, 7-5 at first singles to help lead the Pioneers to their first win in girls tennis since 2014.

Cynthia Ma, Spackenkill girls tennis — Ma won at first singles in the Spartans’ sweep of Wallkill.

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