James Pratt, Wappingers boys lacrosse — Pratt poured in six goals and made three assists in a win over Carmel, and had four goals and five assists in beating Our Lady of Lourdes.
Nik Baginski, Arlington boys lacrosse — Baginski scored five goals, including the game-winner, against Hendrick Hudson. He also had an assist.
Zeke Kopilak, Millbrook boys lacrosse — Kopilak scored five goals and distributed an assist to defeat New Paltz.
Ty Arnone, Dillon Rispoli, Lourdes boys lacrosse — Arnone scored seven goals and added an assist, while Rispoli scored six times and made four assists, in a win over Albertus Magnus.
Liz Halpin, Millbrook girls lacrosse — Halpin scored the winning goal against Red Hook.
Ciara Burud, Red Hook girls lacrosse — In beating Saugerties, Burud scored seven goals and had four assists.
Maryn Lowell, Arlington girls lacrosse — The goalie recorded her 500th career save in a win against Carmel.
Matteo Finocchi, Franklin D. Roosevelt baseball — Finocchi knocked in the winning run against Rondout Valley.
Adam Hilal, Lourdes baseball — Hilal let up one hit and struck out eight in a victory over Haldane.
Mike Bulgia, Arlington baseball — Bulgia finished 2 for 4 with five RBI in the Admirals’ victory over Putnam Valley.
A.J. Ramputi, Arlington baseball — Ramputi cracked a walk-off single to defeat Beacon.
Josh Koller, Spackenkill baseball — Koller tossed a complete game for his first varsity win, and was 2 for 4 with two RBI and a run scored against John A. Coleman Catholic.
Matt Barbieri, New Paltz baseball — Barbieri tossed six innings of two-hit ball in a win over Poughkeepsie, and singled and knocked in a run at the plate.
Stephen Merrill, Roy C. Ketcham baseball — Merrill drove in the game-winning run and finished with two RBI against Carmel.
Frank Alfonso, Highland baseball — Alfonso homered and drove in five runs to beat Poughkeepsie.
Austin Cole, Red Hook baseball — Cole struck out 13 batters to lead the Raiders to victory in the championship round of the Philip Amelio Memorial Tournament.
Cat Simmons, Pine Plains softball — Simmons finished 4 for 4 with a home run, two doubles and six RBI against Rhinebeck in the semifinals of the Philip Amelio Memorial Tournament.
Ally Muller, John Jay softball — Muller picked up her 30th varsity win against Mahopac, and at the plate she homered and had three RBI.
Olivia Zoeller, Pawling softball — Zoeller struck out eight in a complete-game effort against Haldane, and went 2 for 3 with two RBI at the plate.
Jackie Imperati, Lourdes softball — Imperati singled home the winning run, defeating Hendrick Hudson.
Georgina Christensen, Red Hook softball — Christensen smacked a grand slam and finished with five RBI in a win over Poughkeepsie.
Lily Moresco, Marlboro softball — Moresco went 3 for 4 with a double, a walk and two RBI in beating Saugerties.
DaVonia Lamar, Beacon softball — Lamar finished 3 for 4 with a double and three RBI in the Bulldogs’ win over Haldane.
Carissa Puncosdy, Roosevelt softball — Puncosdy doubled twice in a victory over Rondout Valley.
Matt Wyant, Beacon boys tennis — Wyant swept at second singles to help beat Walter Panas.
Albert Zhu, Lourdes boys tennis — Zhu swept at first singles in a victory over Ketcham.
Massimiliano Cutugno, Highland boys tennis — Cutugno won at first singles to help beat Pine Plains.
Kabongo Barry, Spackenkill boys track and field — Barry won the 100- and the 200-meter dashes at the Oval Office Invitational.
Rayvon Grey, Beacon boys track and field — Grey won the triple jump and the long jump at the Somers Lions Club Invitational.
Joe Morrison, Reece Ragusa, Eric Sbrollini, Conor Stack, Arlington boys track and field — The quartet won the 6,400 relay, helping lead the Admirals to a first-place finish at the Somers Lions Club Invitational.
Roosevelt crew — The boys first varsity eight, lightweight four, junior four and junior eight, and the girls junior eight, won races at the Triangular Regatta.
Poughkeepsie crew — The boys first varsity eight and single, and the girls first varsity eight, quad and single, all won races at the Triangular Regatta.
Wappingers crew — The boys junior four, senior four and junior eight, and the girls lightweight four and senior four, won races at the Triangular Regatta.
Rhinebeck crew — The girls varsity eight won its race at the Triangular Regatta.