Athlete of the Week

Athletes of the Week - February 3-9
February 3-9
Morgan Beverly (Cheerleading): Morgan has been a varsity athlete since 8th grade and at times you forget how young she is. She pushes herself daily to better her team. This weekend at competition she was sick, yet you couldn't tell because she always gives 150%. She always does whatever I ask of her without a complaint or anything less than a smile. She is an athlete every coach wishes they had and is deserving to be recognized for what she does for her team on a daily basis.
Joey Brennan (Wrestling): Won his first-ever Section V Championship Saturday! Joey currently stands at 43-1 on the season and will travel to SUNY Brockport this weekend for a chance to move on to States!
Nick Call (Hockey): He has been a steadying force for us on Defense these last few months. He started the season for me at forward as I needed depth there. He was moved as we needed more skillful guys on D. He was also able to anchor our defensive unit as we had our senior captain and defensive leader out with injury and illness.
Aidan Harrington (Boys Track & Field): Won the LCAA Winter T&F Championships - 55 meters, 300 Meters, and 600 Meters and was named the Boys Track MVP.
Taylor Hutton (Girls Track & Field): Won the LCAA Winter T&F Championships - RaceWalk - setting a 10 second personal record and her third consecutive week of improved performances.
Athletes of the Week - January 27-February 2
January 27-February 2
Bella Condidorio (Girls Track & Field): Broke her career personal record by .22 and her season PR by almost half a second to win the 55 M Hurdles.
Jill Curtis (Girls Basketball): Jill had scored 22pts and 14pts last week to lead the Knights in 2 big performances. She also had a team high 9 rebounds vs. Dansville on Friday night!
Ian Kemp (Hockey): He has been fantastic for us this season. He has played in 17 of 17 games thus far. He has a very good save % (especially considering how young and inexperienced this team is) and is nearing the 500 save mark for the season. He played great in a key win 5-3 this weekend over Rush Henrietta.
Peyton Koukides (Swimming): At our league meet on Friday, she was part of TWO school record-breaking swims in the 200 Medley Relay and 400 Freestyle Relay. She also got PRs in the 200 IM and 100 Breaststroke.
Evan Sherwood (Boys Track & Field): Broke his 55 Hurdles PR to earn a provisional performance and tied his PR in Pole Vault.
Athletes of the Week - 1/20-26
January 20-26
Amara Condidorio (Girls Basketball): Last week she averaged 10.5 pts a game and 6 rebounds. Over the past week, she has worked hard on improving her skills during practice and has transferred that hard work over into the games.
Zack Eschberger (Hockey): Is tremendously important to our team. Unselfish, hardworking, intelligent... comes to play EVERYDAY!! He also had two goals last game vs Churchville and is really becoming a difference-maker.
Phil Hahn (Wrestling): Phil won a league dual on Thursday by pin, he continued into that Saturday where he pinned all 5 competitors and took 1st place at the Perry Wrestling Tournament.
Madison Laney (Cheerleading): Maddy filled in last minute for another flyer on our team who was injured on Wednesday. Maddy learned her part in one practice and only had one additional practice to make things work. Flying is one of the most difficult roles in cheerleading as it takes a lot of body control and can be scary. She stepped in like a champ without reservations and did the best she can for our game and competition this weekend. Without her we would not have been able to go out on the mat. Without a doubt in my mind she deserves to be an athlete of the week.
Jackson Locke (Swimming): Jackson had an outstanding swim on Friday against Attica! Swam the 500 free for the first time and won it with an amazing time of 5:51.33. The sectional cut is 6:30!
Jake Williams (Boys Winter Track & Field): Set personal records in both the 600 and High Jump.
Riley Wood (Girls Winter Track & Field): Set personal records in both the 4 x 400 and 4 x 200.
Athletes of the Week 1/13-1/19
January 13-19
Keri Biggins (Girls Basketball): Last week she averaged 5.5 pts and 4 rebounds a game. She brought a lot of energy every time she got into the game and never gave up on her team or herself. Keri also always brings a smile to everyone's face and is a big motivator when she is not in the game. She can always be heard cheering on and encouraging her other teammates.
Cody Lytle (Boys Basketball): Cody led the Knights last week having 14 pts, 6 Reb against Hornell, and 14 pts, 10 Reb against Livonia.
Megan Rinker (Cheerleading): Megan has worked hard all season long as a new full time flyer for our team. During our first competition, Megan proved that she deserves to be in her flying role by hitting all her stunts and not giving up even when things were hard leading up to this point. I am so proud of how well she represents our team and always brings a positive attitude and effort to be the best she can be each day.
Natalee Shepard (Swimming): She had an amazing swim last week with a PR in the 500 freestyle and helping BBL swimming!
Ryan Shirley (Boys Winter Track & Field): Has been pushing himself very hard in practice each day and continues to improve. He ran a career personal record Friday in the 1000 and brings the right attitude everyday to practice and meets.
Ashley Totten (Girls Winter Track & Field): Career personal record and FIRST place finish Friday night at Houghton College, plus had the fastest split on the 4 x 800 team that finished 3rd with their best time of the season as well as on the third place 4 x 400 team.
Athletes of the Week - January 6-12
January 6-12
Ethan Beswick (Boys Basketball): Ethan had a career-high of 23 points vs Cal-Mum last week to lead the Knights.
Skylar Mielke (Cheerleading): As we prepare for our first competition this time of the season gets very stressful and we need leaders to motivate and push themselves and their teammates. Skylar does this day in and day out. She does what's best for her team regardless of if she wants to or not. She will encourage them and be hard on them but they all know where she is coming from and respect her for it. She is incredibly deserving to be an athlete of the week.
Brian Roblee (Boys Winter Track & Field): Improved his 800 split to help the boys to a 6th place finish in the 4 x 800 Saturday. Brian continues to challenge himself every day in practice and his hard work is really paying off in meets.
Minori Swanson (Girls Winter Track & Field): Set Personal Records in the shot put and weight throw Saturday at RIT.
Athletes of the Week - 12/30-1/6
December 30-January 5
Nate Andrews (Wrestling): Nate went 5-0 at the ER tournament last Saturday to help lead the Knights. Nate is 24-2 overall this year and is wrestling at a very high level.
Brett Babcock (Swimming): Brett always shows up to practice and brings 100% every single day. On Friday 1/3 he won the 100 Freestyle with a 1:07.56 which I believe is a PR for him. He's really turning into a leader for this team.
Delcina Cassidy (Girls Winter Track & Field): Season PR in Long Jump (4th best indoor LJ), season PR in Triple Jump and tied her PR in High Jump. Finished 4th in Triple Jump.
Chris Gualtieri (Boys Winter Track & Field): Tied his career PR in pole vault with a 1 foot season PR (10' 6) and finished 4th in the event. He also had the fastest split on the 4 x 400 team that finished 6th.
Andrew Loftus (Boys Basketball): Andrew has been on a hot streak over the last 3 games leading the Knights to 3 big wins! His efforts: 12/30 - Roy-Hart 18 pts 8 rbs, 1/3 - Rochester Prep 23 pts 4 rbs, 1/4 - Pal-Mac 17 pts 10 rbs.
Bailey Logsdon (Girls Basketball): Being a captain this year, Bailey has shown great leadership skills and is always encouraging and cheering for her teammates.  She has been essential to our rebounding game both offensively and defensively so far this season.  She also contributed to a lot of turnovers and deflections during our Batavia Rotary Tournament. 
Athletes of the Week - 12/16-22 & 12/23-29
December 16-22
Maddie Condidorio (Swimming): She broke the Byron-Bergen school record for a six dive meet with a 183.45. This was only her third meet diving!! She's going to break it again before the season is over!!
Kailyn Tresco (Girls Basketball): In the game against Cal Mum she stepped up both offensively and defensively for the team. She scored 13 points, 4 rebounds, and a number of steals and deflections, which led to some big transition points.
December 23-29
Emily Eckdahl (Girls Winter Track & Field): Personal records in the High Jump and 1 inch away from a career PR in Pole Vault with a 6th place finish Saturday at RIT.
Luke Rider (Boys Winter Track & Field): Personal Records in the Weight Throw and Shot Put Saturday at RIT.
Athletes of the Week - December 9-15
December 9-15
Andrew Englerth (Wrestling): Andrew was 5-0 at the Churchville Chili tournament and is undefeated so far this year. He was also voted the most outstanding wrestler of the tournament.
Ally Flint (Girls Winter Track & Field): Career indoor personal record Saturday in the Shot Put and 3rd best career / best of the season personal record in Weight Throw. She finished 5th in Shot and 6th in Weight.
Keaton Hobart (Boys Winter Track & Field): Career personal records Saturday in the 1000 and 600.
Bryn Luckey (Girls Basketball): She averaged 21.6 points a game this week. Bryn was the top scorer for this week in all three games. She also contributed greatly to defense averaging about 4 steals a game this week. Being the point guard she has been able to take control of the game at both ends of the court, making a lot happen for us.
Aiden Soggs (Swimming): Aiden had a phenomenal meet on Friday against HAC. He dropped 12 seconds in his 100 butterfly which is unheard of. He also dropped a second in the 50 freestyle and 6.5 seconds in his 100 freestyle. I attribute this all to his work ethic, which seems to be relentless.
Athletes of the Week - December 2-8
December 2-8
Megan Benware (Girls Winter Track & Field): Megan high jumped 4'8 and finished 4th the first week of the season. She also finished the night as the number 1 Le Roy girl in the 300.
Kiaya Condidorio (Girls Basketball): Kiaya averaged 10.5 points last week, with 6 rebounds per game. Kiaya never gave up on herself or the team in either game, even when we were down. She was not only a positive influence on the floor, but also on the bench always encouraging her teammates.
Erik Schwab (Boys Winter Track & Field): Erik ran a 5:09 mile, setting a career mile personal record the first week of the season with his 9th place finish.
Athletes of the Week - October 14-20
October 14-20
Jake Hill (Football): Jake caught 2 TD passes running for 76 and 59 yards to help lead the Knights to a perfect 7-0 regular-season finish.
Olivia Johnson (Volleyball): Liv is a captain this year and 6 position player. Last week she totaled 23 kills, 30 digs, and 5 aces. She earned a game high in digs with 14 vs. Livonia. The Knights are currently 14-2 on the season!.
Emilee Scott (Soccer): A defender for the Knights who has come a long way this season earning a starting spot and since has been very solid for the Knights in the back. The Knights open their sectional play this week!
Athletes of the Week 10/7-13
October 7-13
Allie Beaumont (Volleyball): Allie doesn't have a ton of stats, but she has consistently worked hard every day in practice and shown a lot of improvement. She is passing nails right now, stepping into matches at crucial times, and being asked to fill multiple roles. She has a great attitude! Allie had two aces last week to end our match after subbing in when another player was in pain.
Charlotte Blake (Cross Country): Finished 14th at the LeRoy Invitational and then had her first XC win Tuesday at Byron Bergen and then finished 2nd Friday at Genesee County Park.
Zach Eschberger (Soccer): The sophomore defender's selfless play has been a very important part of a stingy defensive core.
Kyler LaCarte (Football): Kyler had a huge game for the Knights in their big win over previously undefeated LetSaw! Kyler playing in the QB position completed the game-winner TD pass to Cody Lytle! The Knights improved to 6-0 on the season.
Athletes of the Week 9/30-10/6
September 30-October 6
Aidan Harrington (Soccer): The Senior Captain has led the team to win 4 of their last 5 games, even scoring 2 goals as a defender.
Ian Kepple (Cross Country): Ian's time at the Le Roy Invitational improved 3:40 from week 2 when he raced on the same course.
Ellie Sorensen (Gymnastics): Ellie stepped up on Friday and Saturday and had two great routines on floor. Both scores helped our overall team total! She is a great leader and cheers on her teammates!
Ashley Totten (Cross Country): At Saturday's Invitational, Ashley finished 34th and was over 20 seconds faster than week 2 and 90 seconds faster than a year ago at the same meet.
Carson Tyler (Volleyball): Carson was a huge contributor in our win against a very competitive Livonia team. The Knights played Keshequa, Livonia, and Hornell last week winning all 3 to get 10-0 on the season. Carson totaled 24 service points, 11 aces, 22 kills, and 22 digs for the week.
Zach Vanderhoof (Football): The sophomore has been the anchor of the lines this year! This past week Zach had 5 tackles to lead the defense!
Athletes of the Week - September 23-29
September 23-29
Kyler LaCarte (Football): Came in to play QB for the Knights in the second half and also scoring the go-ahead TD. The Knights go 4-0 on the season.
Kenneth Saunders (Soccer): Junior goalkeeper, great week helping the Knights to 2 wins and earning the first shutout on the season.
Athlete of the Week 9/16-22
September 16-22
Megan Benware (Soccer): Scored two big goals on Friday to lead the Knights over defending champs Dansville 4-2. It was a solid win for the Knights in defeating the Mustangs who are the defending Sectional Champs.
Andrew Englerth (Football): Led the Knights to a huge 20-6 win over Cal-Mum/B-B with 2 running Tds running for a total of 158 yards on 16 carries.
Kayla Fussell (Volleyball): Kayla has stepped up this year as a captain. She is loud, encouraging, and playing very aggressively on offense. Last week the Knights beat Warsaw, Haverling, and Dansville. Kayla tallied 26 service points, 7 aces, 13 kills, and 16 digs.
Keaton Hobart (Cross Country): Helped secure the boys' wins Tuesday over Dansville and Kendall before having an outstanding race Saturday at the Midlakes Invitational. His time Saturday was almost equal to his time on the same course last November at the Sectional Championships.
Eliot Smith (Soccer): Senior defender, has been our most consistent and reliable performer this season. He is a model student and athlete, and his selfless play has helped the boys' soccer team to be competitive in an exceptionally strong LCAA Division 1 conference.
Ashley Totten (Cross Country): Finished 5th Tuesday to help lead the girls to a 6-0 record before showing dramatic improvement over last year at the Midlakes Invitational. Her time Saturday was 30 seconds faster than her race on the same course last November at the Sectional Championships.
Athletes of the Week - K Biggins, J Hill, H Johnson, E Schwab, G Slivinski, C Smith September 9-15


Gabby Slivinski (Cross Country): Tuesday Gabby was running in the middle of the pack of Pembroke and Livonia girls at a point in the race where our girls' team was potentially losing by one point to both teams. Gabby ran an outstanding final mile of the race to push through the pack and set up the girls for defeating Pembroke 25-30 and Livonia 28-30 to start the season 3-0.
Keri Biggins (Soccer): Keri had a huge week in goal for the Knights recording a combined 29 saves and a shutout to lead the team in 2 games.


Jake Hill (Football): Jake led the Knights to a big road win over ER/Gananda by 12 carries and 146 yards which also included a 99 yard TD run during a pivotal part of the game!


Hailey Johnson (Volleyball): Last week in big wins over Pavilion and Hornell, Hailey racked up 26 service points, 14 aces, 13 kills, 10 digs, and 34 assists between the two matches.


Cameron Smith (Soccer): Cameron, senior leader, scored the game-winning goal in overtime on the road in an important LCAA Division 1 matchup with Way-Co.


Erik Schwab (Cross Country): Tuesday Erik raced stride for stride with the top runner for Pembroke and outkicked him in the final moments of the race to give him his first career win. Erik's victory helped lead the boys to a 25-30 win over Livonia on their way to starting the season 3-0.