Leandra Echi, Beacon girls basketball — Echi recorded 25 of her team’s 58 points, as well as eight rebounds, to defeat Hendrick Hudson.
Lauren Schetter, Beacon girls basketball — Schetter had a double-double of 15 points and 11 rebounds to beat Hendrick Hudson.
Emily Ferreri, Our Lady of Lourdes girls basketball — Ferreri scored 27 points to lead Lourdes past John Jay.
Casey Schweitzer, Arlington girls basketball — Schweitzer tied for the game-high of 17 points in beating Roy C. Ketcham, and added five rebounds and four assists.
Issy Herrera, Spackenkill girls basketball — Herrera provided 22 points, three steals and three assists in a victory over Ellenville.
Allie Monteleone, Haldane girls basketball — In beating Putnam Valley, Monteleone posted 25 points, 14 rebounds and six steals. In a loss to Peekskill, she scored 30 of her team’s 42 points.
Julia Rusk, Marlboro girls basketball — Rusk’s 22 points helped the Iron Dukes top Highland.
Sam Fitzgerald, John Jay girls basketball — Fitzgerald’s 21 points helped her team top Ketcham.
Callia Cropp, Poughkeepsie girls basketball — Cropp tallied 22 points in a losing effort against Saugerties.
Malique Vaval-Paris, Beacon boys basketball — Beacon topped Peekskill behind Vaval-Paris’ 25 points.
James Anozie, Lourdes boys basketball — Anozie scored all 27 of his points in the first three quarters of Lourdes’ 21-point victory over John Jay.
Dean Rotger, Lourdes boys basketball — Rotger racked up 16 points, six assists and four steals in beating John Jay.
Justin Etts, Spackenkill boys basketball — The Spartans topped Ellenville behind Etts’ 26 points.
Jon Girard, Arlington boys basketball — Girard scored 20 points to lead Arlington in a victory over Ketcham.
Ryan Schumacher, John Jay boys basketball — The junior had 22 points to lead his team in a three-point win over Ketcham.
Tim Reilly, Ketcham boys basketball — Reilly scored 22 despite coming up short against John Jay.
Liam Perryman, Poughkeepsie boys basketball — Perryman filled the stat sheet with six points, 12 rebounds and four blocks in beating Saugerties.
Jay Albis, John Jay wrestling — Albis reached the semifinals of the Eastern States Classic before finishing sixth in the 113-pound weight class.
Danny Murphy, Ketcham wrestling — After losing in the round of 16 at the Eastern States Classic, Murphy wrestled back to finish sixth in the 145-pound class.
Brady Robin, Arlington wrestling — The Admirals’ 138-pounder reached the quarterfinals at the Eastern States Classic.
Ulises Olmedo, Arlington wrestling — Olmedo was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler among sophomores at the Chris Hernandez Memorial Tournament after winning the 106-pound category.
Bella Burda, Arlington indoor track and field — The senior won the invitational mile at the Hispanic Games to become the first Arlington athlete ever to qualify for the Millrose Games three times. She also won the 1,500- and 3,000-meter runs to help Arlington win the Section 1 League A meet.
Matt Bosse, Stephen Kelleher, Lourdes boys swimming and diving — Both Warriors earned a pair of individual victories and took part on the winning 400-yard freestyle relay team that gave Lourdes the victory over Arlington.
Emile Kuyl, Liam O’Donnell, New Paltz boys swimming and diving — The Huguenots each won two individual events in a road win over Cornwall.
Andrew Valentino, Marlboro boys swimming and diving — Valentino won a pair of events, the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke, in beating Poughkeepsie.
Joe Jurina, John Jay boys bowling — Jurina’s 669 series, highlighted by a 247 in the second game, helped the Patriots take a 5-2 decision over Ketcham.
Jillian Burns, John Jay girls bowling — Burns rolled a 592 series in a sweep of Ketcham.