Jonathan Sakadelis, Marlboro football — Sakadelis had 15 tackles in blanking Highland in the annual “Black and Blue Bowl.”
Phil DeSantis, Tanner Harshberger, Marlboro football — Both Iron Dukes had two touchdowns apiece in the win over Highland.
Shaquez Nesbitt, Poughkeepsie football — Before he returned a kickoff 99 yards to set up the game-winning two-point conversion against New Paltz, he ran for 200 yards and scored three touchdowns.
Rob Tannenbaum, Arlington football — In beating Roy C. Ketcham in the Section 1 playoffs qualifying round, Tannenbaum scored five touchdowns and ran for a program-record 325 yards.
Ryan Schumacher, John Jay football — The quarterback passed for a touchdown and rushed for another against Suffern.
Dean Rotger, Our Lady of Lourdes football — Rotger passed for 220 yards in the Warriors’ victory over Pearl River.
Sam Giachinta, Haldane football — Giachinta had 109 yards and two touchdowns in the Blue Devils’ win over Pawling.
Haleigh Schanz, Arlington girls soccer — Schanz had two goals in the Admirals’ league-clinching win over Mahopac.
Kiley Longin, John Jay girls soccer — Longin scored the game-winner against Ketcham.
Katie Lillis, Spackenkill girls soccer — Lillis had the lone goal in a Spartans’ victory over Rhinebeck.
Samantha McClenahan, Marissa Giamportone, Michelle Giamportone, Rhinebeck girls soccer — Each recorded one goal against Ellenville.
Ryan Euell, Rhinebeck boys soccer — Euell scored twice against Spackenkill.
Vinny Colantuono, Arlington boys soccer — Colantuono scored twice against Mahopac.
Eddie May, Ketcham boys soccer — May had a goal and an assist in a win over John Jay.
Dennis Hare, Red Hook boys soccer — Hare notched a hat trick against Poughkeepsie.
Jair Cruz, Franklin D. Roosevelt boys soccer — Cruz scored two goals against Marlboro.
Jessica Schroedl, Roosevelt girls tennis — Schroedl captured her first-ever Mid-Hudson Athletic League title.
Emma Messenger, Grace Messenger, Marlboro girls tennis — The sisters collected a doubles MHAL title.
Cynthia Ma, Spackenkill girls tennis — Ma won at first singles to help lead the Spartans to the league title.
Keira Brown, Pawling field hockey — Brown scored the winning goal over Putnam Valley.
Katie Wall, Ketcham field hockey — Wall scored a goal and an assist to lead the Indians over Carmel.
Samantha DeCosta, John Jay field hockey — DeCosta scored twice to lead the Patriots over Pine Plains.
Kaylie Johnson, Webutuck field hockey — Johnson secured a hat trick in the win over Rhinebeck.
Rachael Torella, Arlington volleyball — Torella had eight kills, 20 assists, four aces, 14 digs and three blocks against John Jay.
Kirsten Zier, John Jay volleyball — Zier had six kills and six digs to lead the Patriots over Ketcham, and nine kills and seven digs against Arlington.
Jaclyn Smith, Pawling volleyball — Smith had 18 kills to lead the Tigers against North Salem.
Megan Fergus, Millbrook volleyball — Fergus had 13 kills, six aces, five digs and two blocks in a win over Dover.
Amber Mianti, Marlboro volleyball — Mianti had six kills, two blocks, seven aces and three assists against John A. Coleman Catholic.
Alyssa Boyles, Pine Plains volleyball — Boyles had 10 assists, five kills, four aces and three digs against Webutuck.
Conor Stack, Arlington cross country
— Stack took second at the Section 1 Coaches Invitational to lead Arlington to first place at the meet.
Sheena Dwyer-McNulty, Red Hook cross country — Dwyer-McNulty took first overall at the Millbrook Ben Boice Memorial Invitational.
Antonia DeMassio, Marlboro girls swimming — DeMassio won the 200- and 500-yard freestyles against Rhinebeck and Goshen.