Athlete of the Week

Athletes of the Week - 5/9-15
May 9-15
Cole Friedhaber (Boys Spring Track & Field): Tied his career Personal Record in the Pole Vault Friday at Eastridge, and also set new PR's in the 400 and 400 Hurdles. 
Katelynn Everett (Tennis): Only female out of 48 participants at sectionals Saturday.
Dana Reschke (Softball): Dana pitched 9 scoreless innings on the week, and went 3-10 with 5 runs scored and 3 RBI. Against Letchworth she delivered a 2 out, 2 strike triple in a tie game and then scored the winning run.
Katie Salphine (Girls Track & Field): Set a new Personal Record in the girls High Jump Friday, after running a PR Tuesday in the 200 and running a great race in the 400 at Warsaw. 
Mitch Hockey (Tennis): First time Le Roy has ever had a Section V singles champion. 
Brady Fix (Golf): Shot the low score of 40 to help win our final regular season match.
John Panepento (Baseball): In a five game stretch in which the Knights went 4 - 1 John had 5 hits including a single, 3 doubles and a Triple ...scored 7 times and had 7 RBI's. John is also a great leader on the field as well as in the dugout. 
Athletes of the Week 5/2-8
May 2-8

Aiden Soggs & Jack Currin (Tennis)
Peyton Koukides (Girls Track & Field): Set a career personal record Friday night at the Pembroke Invitational in the 400.
Kailyn Tresco (Softball): Went 3-8 with a double, RBI, 4 runs scored, and 3 walks. Kailyn also played outstanding defense from the Catcher position.
James Blake (Boys Spring Track & Field): Won the 400 meters on Tuesday vs. Geneseo and then Friday night at the Pembroke Invitational won the 200 meters to be the team's only first-place finish. 
Zack Eschberger (Golf): Second low score of a two win tri-match
Ethan Miller (Baseball): Ethan had an outstanding performance on the mound against a very tough Oakfield Alabama team. He threw a complete game allowing only 2 hits and striking out 7 to earn the victory. 
Athletes of the Week - 4/25-5/1
April 25-May 1
Charlotte Blake (Girls Spring Track & Field): Finished 2nd in the steeplechase at the highly competitive Penfield Invitational on Saturday. She also had great performances in the 800 and on the girls 4 x 400 team.
Andrew Draper (Golf): Andrew tied for second low score last match shooting a 46.
Jackson Spezzano (Baseball): Jackson earned a hard fought victory on the mound against York. In a 4 - 3 victory Jackson pitched very well giving up only 2 hits and striking out 11. During the week Jacskon offensively was 5 for 10 with 3 runs scored, 2 doubles and 2 RBI's.
Riley Wood (Softball)
Ben Robinson (Tennis)
Nate Yauchzee (Boys Spring Track & Field): Set personal records in both the Long Jump and Triple Jump Saturday at the Penfield Invitational. Nate also anchored the boys 4 x 100 team. 
Athletes of the Week - 4/18-24
April 18-24
Corina Dunn (Girls Spring Track & Field): Corina won the triple jump Wednesday at Letchworth and then set a personal record Saturday at Webster. She was also part of the 6th place 4 x 400 at the Webster Invitational. 
Hailey Johnson (Softball): In 4 games Hailey went 8-17 with 9 runs scored and 3 RBI. She also played outstanding defense at Shortstop.
Mitch Hockey (Tennis)
Brian Roblee (Boys Spring Track & Field): Brian won the 400 Hurdles Wednesday at Letchworth and then finished 2nd in ot at the Webster Invite Saturday. Brian also finished 4th in the 110 Hurdles and was on the 4th place 4 x 400 team at Webster.
Ryan Higgins (Baseball): Ryan had a tremendous week at the plate going 6 - 10 with 2 doubles 4 runs scored 10 RBIs and a 2-run Home Run.
Jack Tonzi (Golf): Jack shot a 49 against Livonia and was the second low score on the team.
Athletes of the Week (April 4-17)
April 4-17
Brady Fix (Golf): In the first Varsity golf match of the season the team traveled to Avon on April 5th.  Brady Fix led the team with a low score of 42 to secure the win and start the season off 1-0.
Ty Strollo (Baseball): In a three game stretch Tyler was 6 for 9 with 3 doubles 4 RBI and three runs scored. Ty is providing great leadership on and off the field.
Lily Uberty (Softball): Pitched a perfect game in the first game of the season vs. Warsaw. In a one run loss to Avon, she pitched a complete game allowing only 2 runs, and had a single and double at the plate.
Owen Williams (Tennis): Owen is 3-0 at 1st singles with wins over York, Warsaw, and Pavilion to help lead the Oatkan Knights to a team record of 3-0.
Athletes of the Week 2/21-27
February 21-27
Morgan Beverly, Brittany Lyness, Megan Rinker, & Christina Woodrow (Cheerleading): These four girls have put their heart and soul into our program from the moment they started. This weekend they left everything out on the sectional mat for their last performance with LVC. Although it did not turn out how we had hoped, they have always been a driving force behind so many great performances and all the work that goes on behind the scenes. These girls have left a lasting impression on their teammates that they will carry on through future seasons. It's been an honor to see them grow over their time in this program and I am so proud of the hard work they've always put in to continually better themselves and their team. They will truly be missed next year!
Merritt Holly (Boys Basketball): Merritt had 31 points and 12 rebounds in the boys' sectional quarterfinal win on Saturday.
Peyton Koukides (Swimming): She works her butt off every single day and she had a tough meet at sectionals last Friday. 
Athletes of the Week (2/14-20)
February 14-20
Mya Ace (Cheerleading): Mya is an 8th grader and the youngest member of our team. Although we all know she's the baby of the team you'd never know it when you see her in the air doing some of the hardest stunts we've ever attempted within our program. Mya is extremely determined to be the best she can be. She takes critique and applies it to continue to better herself and perfect all her skills. I am so excited to see what she accomplishes in her next four years! Keep working hard, Mya!
Angela Allen & Kailyn Tresco (Girls Basketball): Ang & Kailyn have served as our captains this season and gave absolutely everything they had in our sectional loss on Tuesday night in Dansville.
Charlotte Blake, Megan Benware, Riley Wood, & Quinn Doty (Girls Winter Track & Field): Won the girls 4 x 400 at Sectionals. Charlotte also won the 1500 and Megan won the High Jump. 
James Blake, Brett Babcock, Brian Roblee, & Jacob Elmore (Boys Winter Track & Field): Won the boys 4 x 400 at Sectionals.

Athlete of the Week - February 7-13
February 7-13
Abby Allen (Girls Basketball): Abby is a consistent competitor and never lets the team down. Her attitude and effort are positive and though she is a Sophomore, she leads the team by example. 
Sarah Coniglio (Cheerleading): Sarah is brand new to our team this season and has been put into a very important role. As a flyer on our team she has learned some very difficult stunts and continues to work on executing them to her best ability. This weekend at competition Sarah hit all of her stunts and pushed herself to be the best she can be for her team. She works incredibly hard and we can't wait to see what she continues to accomplish during her next few years on LVC!
Skyler Radley (Girls Winter Track & Field): Skyler improved her weight throw performance by an impressive 4 feet Friday night at Houghton College. 
Andrew Strollo (Boys Winter Track & Field): Andrew set a new personal record in the pole vault beating his previous performance by one foot Friday night at Houghton College.  
Athletes of the Week - January 31-February 6
January 31-February 6
Corina Dunn (Girls Basketball): Goose Dunn earned athlete of the week honors for the Girls' Varsity Basketball because of her commitment to putting in work in the less-glorified areas of the game. Goose pulled down 16 rebounds last week versus Letchworth and added 9 points as the Knights rolled 51-30. 
Alyssa Green (Swimming): Alyssa PRed in both the 50 and 100 free at the Genesee Region/Niagara Orleans Intersectional Meet.
Mitch Hockey (Boys Basketball): Mitch had 22 points in a win against HAC and 33 points in a win against World of Inquiry.
Ian Kepple (Boys Winter Track & Field): Led the boys 4 x 800 team to their fastest time of the season at the League Championships and a 2nd place team finish.
Ella Mattice (Cheerleading): Ella has been battling an injury and pushing herself to be ready for her team. When she needs to rest she’s the first one to step up and motivate those who are working and encouraging them to be their best. She’s a true leader on and off the mat and a great asset to our team.
Riley Wood (Girls Winter Track & Field): Led the girls 4 x 400 team to their fastest time of the season at the League Championships and a 2nd place team finish. 
Athletes of the Week - January 23-30
January 24-30
Angela Allen (Girls Basketball): Angela earned Athlete of the Week honors for her leadership, positive energy, and commitment to playing defense.
Brett Babcock (Boys Winter Track & Field): Brett finished 5th in the boys 600 and was on the 2nd place 4x200 team at the divisional championships. 
Mike Covert (Wrestling): Last weekend Mike finished second in the Perry tournament going 4-1 on the day. This week Mike wrestled three tough competitors going 2-1 on the week.  Next week Mike hopes to stand on the podium at the sectional tournament and move on to the state qualifier.
Brady Fix (Swimming): Brady set the new school record in the 50 Free at the GRL Championship meet! A great accomplishment for such a hard-working senior! 
Megan Rinker (Cheerleading): Meg has been out for a few weeks recovering from some health issues and is finally back. Even in her time off the mat she continued to be a strong leader and motivator for her team. Although she is still getting back into the swing of things she pushes herself daily to be able to be the best teammate she can be. Meg is a hard worker, she’s talented, and she’s dedicated. We are so happy to have her back on the mat with us!

Finn Shelby (Boys Basketball): Finn continues to be a huge part of the success for the Knights this season. He had 10 points, 10 rebounds and 2 blocks on senior night last week to help the Knights get their 11th win of the season. 
Athletes of the Week - January 17-23
January 17-23
Maura Dambra (Girls Basketball): She did everything we asked of her and we asked a lot.
Ava Gephart (Girls Winter Track & Field): Finished 6th in both the Shot Put and the Weight Throw and set a new personal record in the Weight Throw Friday night at RIT.
Jenna Saeva (Cheerleading): Jenna is such a hard worker and always puts her energy into whatever benefits the team. She’s a team player and doesn’t complain if I ask her to try something new. This week Jenna came back from being out and although it was a challenge for her to get her stamina back she never once complained. She competed twice this past week and gave 150% each time. Jenna is a true asset to our team and I can’t wait to see what she accomplishes in her next two years!
Erik Schwab (Boys Winter Track & Field): Finished 1st in the 1000 meters and 2nd in the mile Friday night - both with personal records for the season.
Natalee Shepard (Swimming): Led BBLR swimming w/ 6 first places and 2 second places last week! BBLR Girls swimming finished the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record to claim the league title!
Athlete of the week 1/10-1/16/22
January 10-16
Kaleb Berl (Swimming): Kaleb got a 1st and 3rd along with three 2nd place finished last week in two meets for BBL Swimming! He has been hard at work this season making great strides for the Knights!  
Quinn Doty (Girls Winter Track & Field): Quinn finished 2nd in the 600 meters, and was on the first place 4 x 400 team Friday at RIT. 
Cole Friedhaber (Wrestling): Cole went 5-0 this weekend at the Pavilion tournament and picked up a pin against Pavilion on Tuesday night. Cole has been battling a sore leg and was not at full strength in Saturday’s competition.  Cole is trying to get healthy and preparing hard for the upcoming sectional tournament where he hopes to step on the top of the podium.
Kailyn Tresco (Girls Basketball):  Kailyn poured in 16 points and grabbed 5 rebounds to lead the Knights. Her consistent effort and hustle continue to pace the Knights. 
Jacob Williams (Boys Winter Track & Field):  Jacob ran a 1-second personal record in the 55 m Hurdles and a 4-inch personal record in the high jump Friday night at RIT. 
Christina Woodrow (Cheerleading):  Christina is the type of athlete any coach wants. She comes in and works hard and never complains. She works to perfect her skills and doesn’t stop working until they’re looking their best. She is quiet but hungry for success and always puts her best foot forward for the sake of her teammates.
Athletes of the Week - 1/3-9
January 3-9
Bella Condidorio (Girls Winter Track & Field): Bella finished 1st in the 55 Hurdles,  2nd in the 55, and 3rd in the long jump with personal records in both track events.
Kenna MacKenzie (Girls Basketball): Kenna lead the Knights to a runner-up finish in the Batavia Rotary Club Tournament last week with a combined 18 points. She was also named to the Tournament All-Star Team.
Keegan Park (Boys Winter Track & Field): Keegan finished 2nd in the Weight Throw with a personal record.
Ashlyn Saunders (Swimming): Had another solid meet for BBL Swimming last week. She had a 3rd place finish in the Breastroke to help lead the girls team to another win in what has been a very successful season! 
Brynley Stella (Cheerleading): Brynley is new to our team this year and has stepped up across the board when we need her. She always says yes to anything I ask her to try. She’s been working hard to get her tumbling skills back and putting forth her best effort for the benefit of our team. She’s truly a team player and I look forward to seeing all the amazing things she’s going to accomplish in her time on LVC!
Dawson Wojtaszczyk (Wrestling): This past weekend Dawson placed 2nd at the LCAA tournament in the 102 weight class. Dawson’s current record this season is 14-3, this is the best record on the team, and as an eighth-grader is a special thing to do. 
Athletes of the Week - 12/20-1/2
December 27-January 2
Zach Flansburg (Boys Winter Track & Field): Set a career Personal Record (indoor and outdoor track & field) in the pole vault with his 3rd place finish over break. 
Mitch Hockey (Boys Basketball): Last week at the Batavia Lions Christmas Tournament Miitch scored 24 points against Roy-Hart and 28 points in the championship game against Attica. He was named MVP of the tournament in leading the Knights to a 7-1 record so far this year! 
Taylor Hutton (Girls Winter Track & Field): Set a career Personal Record in the Race Walk with her second-place finish over break.
Ella Mattice (Cheerleading): Ella is an important asset to our team in so many ways. She’s a powerhouse base always willing to work on skills until they’re right. She encourages her teammates to push through and do their best. She helped a ton with our Mod program in the fall and truly wants the best for our program as a whole. She’s a captain this year for all of the qualities described above and more. Awesome job, Ella!
Aiden Soggs (Swimming): Aiden lead BBL Boys swimming to their first win of the season last week with a very strong performance. He finished with 2 firsts, a 2nd, and a 3rd place finish. Way to go Aiden and BBL Swimming! 
Athletes of the Week - 12/13-19
December 13-19
Charlotte Blake (Girls Winter Track & Field): First place in 1500 with her career fastest time (indoor and outdoor). She also was on the 3rd lace 4 x 400 team and finished 5th in the 1000.
Zach Eschberger (Hockey): Zach helped lead BND Hockey to 3 wins last week scoring 3 goals and having 2 assists as the team won the David McCarthy Christmas Tournament for the first time in 19 years!
Brock Flint (Wrestling): Brock went 5-0 over the weekend at the South Seneca Tournament.  In the 5 matches Brock pinned 4 opponents in the first period and Brock showed that he was a superior wrestler.  Brock's overall record for the year is 10-2 leading the team. 
Mitchel Hockey (Boys Basketball): Led the Knights to 2 big wins scoring a combined 27 points, 5 steals, and 5 rebounds in wins over Perry and Warsaw! 
Brittany Lyness (Cheerleading): Brittany is a senior cheerleader who plays an important role on our team. She’s always willing to jump into any place we need her and has pushed herself to reach so many personal goals. She steps up helps our underclassmen and always puts her best foot forward.
Brian Roblee (Boys Winter Track & Field): 4th place in the 300 and 55 Hurdles and lead off the 3rd place 4 x 400 team.
Kailyn Tresco (Girls Basketball): Kailyn played her most complete game of the season in Friday night's 39-33 loss to Warsaw. Kailyn scored 9 points, had 2 assists, and grabbed 10 rebounds in the game. Kailyn is emerging as a consistent player and a leader within the program. 
Kara Valdes (Swimming): Kara helped keep the BBL swimming team undefeated last week with strong performances in the 400 Free Relay and 200 Free!
Athletes of the Week - December 6-12
December 6-12
Megan Benware (Winter Track): Megan broke her own school record in the High Jump last week setting the new bar at 5'-0. Way to go Megan! 
Morgan Beverly (Cheer): Morgan, a Senior, powerhouse, knows what it takes to be the best. Always leading her team 💪🏼!
Jackson Fix (Swimming): Jackson led BBL swimming in two meets last week. Friday he broke the 100 M Backstroke pool record at B-B with a new time of 57.04. The record had been set for 21 years! Way to go, Jackson! 
Merritt Holly (Boys Basketball): Merritt led the Knights in their two games last week vs. Livonia and School of the Arts with a combined 55 points and 30 rebounds. The sophomore is off to a great start this season.
Lindsey Steffenilla (Girls Basketball): Lindsey averaged 12 points a game and grabbed 12 rebounds this week as the Knights battled Cal-Mum & Livonia. Lindsey is committed to improving and doing the work on the court necessary for her team to be successful. She is a fluid athlete with an outstanding attitude and a key member of a team that is working to turn the corner.
Athletes of the Week - October 18-24
October 18-24
Angela Allen (Girls Soccer): Great work all year helping fortify the Knights Defense. Many games mark the opponent's best offensive player. 
Ryan Higgins (Football): A physical player who had 3 tackles this last week to help the Knights win their 7th win of the season. Ryan also is on the all-hair team! 
Emma Hobart (Volleyball): In two games this week,  Emma had 20 service Points, 7 aces, 6 digs, and 4 kills to help lead the Knights who finished the season 18-1!
Erik Schwab (Cross Country): Won his 5th league meet of the season Tuesday at Dansville helping to lead the boys team to a 17-2 regular season and winning the Division 1 title. Saturday at the Marion Invitational he finished 15th overall in a race loaded with class A and B schools. 
Finn Shelby (Boys Soccer): Finn, Senior midfielder, made a major impact for the Knights this fall. 
Athletes of the Week - October 11-17
October 11-17
James Blake (Cross Country): Had solid races Wednesday at Warsaw and then again on Saturday at the Rush / Hilton Invitational to help the boys to a 4th place finish against mainly Monroe County schools.
Ashley Michel (Girls Soccer): Ashley led the Knights to two big victories last week with 2 goals and 2 assists.
John Panepento (Football): John had a monster game Monday night at the QB position going 7-12 w/ 51 yards an 1 TD and then on the ground rushing for 34 yards and 2 TDs as the Knights won on Homecoming!
Kori Radley (Gymnastics): The Genesee Varsity gymnasts won their 1st league meet over Penfield-Webster on Friday evening with our best score of 116.9. Kori's scores counted towards the team's score and she had a personal best on the floor exercise with an 8.5. Kori is the team captain and is a true leader. Kori is very supportive of her teammates as well as always cheering for other gymnasts from other visiting teams. Kori is a pleasure to have on this team!!
Dana Reschke (Volleyball): Dana had 21 assists in two games last week to lead the Knights as they clinched the LCAA D2 Title!
Evan Sherwood (Boys Soccer): Evan scored 5 goals on senior night to lead the Knights to a big win over Cal-Mum!
Athletes of the Week - October 4-10
October 4-10
Charlotte Blake (Cross Country): Charlotte won her 4th league meet of the season week 4 at Geneseo. 
Bella Condidorio (Girls Soccer): Scored two goals and an assist last week as the Knights picked up two big wins!
Quinn Doty (Volleyball): She had 6 blocks and 15 digs in the week to lead the Knights to another undefeated week of action! 
Zach Vanderhoof (Football): Led the Knights stingy defense last week by racking up 8 tackles in a big road win over Letchworth/Perry/Warsaw! Knights are 5-1 on the season!
Nathan Yauchzee (Boys Soccer): Nate's selfless play, hard work and determination on the field has been an important part of the team's success this year.
Athletes of the Week - September 27-October 3
September 27-October 3
Kate Everett (Girls Soccer): Had 2 shutouts in goal for the Knights last week as they steamed rolled to some big wins! 
Brock Flint (Football): Rushed for 118 yards and had two TDs in the big win Saturday night over Wilson! Knights are now 4-1 on the season.
Andrew Greene (Cross Country): Ran the best race of his young career Saturday at the McQuaid Invitational finishing as the Knight's #4 runner. This serves as his first time cracking the team's top 5. 
Allie Ingles (Volleyball): Led the Knights last week with 43 kills, 31 service points, 28 digs! Knights are now 10-1 on the season!
Andrew Pocock (Boys Soccer): The junior defender helped lead the Knights to 2 victories this week and scored his first varsity goal. 
Athletes of the Week - September 20-27
September 20-26
Ian Kepple (Cross Country): Ian finished 6th Tuesday at Holley Canal Park helping the boys to extend their record to 6-0 defeating Holley, Alexander, and Wheatland-Chili.
Tony Piazza (Football): Tony led the Knights ground game last week running 12 for 117 yards as the team shut out Mynderse 57-0! 
Ben Pocock (Boys Soccer): Ben's outstanding play in goal and leadership in the back has been an important part of the team's success this season. 
Emilee Scott (Girls Soccer): Emilee anchors the Knights' defense, and is a great leader/captain. She helped lead the Knights to a 2-0-1 record for the week! 
Riley Wood (Volleyball): Riley led the Knights to big wins last week to two big wins and racked up 18 Aces & 25 Digs! Knights are now 6-1.
Athletes of the Week: September 13-19
September 12-19
Hailey Johnson (Volleyball): Hailey, one of the team captains and our floor captain, is a setter and right-side hitter. This past week she had Kills-15, Assists-31, Digs- 18 and Aces -6 to help lead our team! 
Maveric McKenzie (Boys Soccer): Tallied 3 goals and added 1 assist this week for his second hat trick of the season. Maveric's leadership on and off the field and has the knights off to a great start to the 2021 season!
Megan Rinker (Girls Soccer): Scored in both the Warsaw and Avon games last week to lead the Knights on the offensive side of the ball!
Adam Risewick (Football): Had 5 punt returns for 128 yards including a 60 yard TD, as well as 2 catches for 50 yards and 1 TD as the Knights shutout Hornell on Friday night! 
Aiden Soggs (Cross Country): Finished 4th at the Knights home meet Tuesday to help the boys start the season 3-0.