Amanda Critelli, Millbrook volleyball — Critelli finished with 14 digs and two aces in a 25-7, 25-18, 25-15 Class C state championship loss to Eden. The senior libero, who had 28 assists, five kills and four aces in the six round-robin games on the first day of the Final Four, earned a spot on the all-tournament team.
Meredith Dignan, Millbrook volleyball — The junior setter, who earned a spot on the all-tournament team, tallied nine assists, two kills and an ace in a 25-7, 25-18, 25-15 Class C state championship setback to Eden.
Kelly Vahos, Haldane volleyball — Vahos was named the most valuable player after leading Haldane to the Class D state title with a triumph over Randolph.
Katie Cunningham and Sara Chirico, Haldane volleyball — Cunningham and Chirico made the all-tournament team following Haldane’s Class D state championship victory over Randolph.
Bella Burda, Arlington girls cross country — Burda clocked a 10th-place time of 18 minutes, 52 seconds at the State Federation Cross Country Championships at Bowdoin Park. She is competing this weekend in the Nike Regional at Bowdoin Park.
Kathryn Bergin, Rhinebeck girls swimming — Bergin finished eighth in the 200-yard individual medley (2:08.07) and 500 freestyle (5:04.37) at the New York state public high school swimming and diving championships.
Caroline Murphy, New Paltz girls swimming — Murphy was 15th in the 100 backstroke in 59.84 at the state public high school swimming and diving championships.
Clara Baker, Arlington girls swimming — Baker placed 18th in the 100 butterfly with a time of 59.02 at the state public high school swimming and diving championships.
Bridget Rodezno, New Paltz girls swimming — Rodezno was 20th in the 100 freestyle, clocking 54.84 at the state public high school swimming and diving championships.
Hannah Monteleone, Haldane girls soccer — Monteleone scored in a 2-1 Class C state championship loss to Holland.
Bailey McCollum, Haldane girls soccer — McCollum had the goal in a 1-0 Class C state semifinal win over Lansing.
Ryan Cary, Marlboro football — Cary threw for 170 yards and a touchdown and ran for 99 yards and a touchdown to earn the game’s offensive MVP award in a 23-14 Class B state quarterfinal triumph over Pleasantville. The senior finished his career as the first Section 9 player to pass and rush for more than 2,000 yards in the same season.