Amara Condidorio (Basketball): The freshman paced the Knights with 32 points over two games last week for the Knights who picked up a big road win in Warsaw and came close to beating Letchworth.
Josh Englerth (Wrestling): He was crowned LCAA champion this weekend and dominated his opponent in the finals 18-4. This puts his season record to 31-1 and an overall record of 158-53 in his career.
Brady Fix (Swimming): The freshman led BBL swimming to a big win last week over Attica with 2 big wins in the 200IM and 100 Breaststroke.
Laura Neumann (Cheer): This past week we had an athlete break a finger and needed to rework our routine for our competition on Saturday. This is a stressful thing to do in such a short time and Laura was constantly keeping her team focused and in a right frame of mind. At competition, Laura was continuing to keep her teammates positive even when she herself was a little nervous. She continues to put her team first before herself and in cheerleading, this is an extremely important quality.
Chase Bordonaro (Track & Field): Set two career personal records (55 and long jump) and a season PR in the 300 as well as an automatic performance Friday night @ RIT!
Andrew Englerth (Wrestling): Went undefeated at the East Rochester Duals this past Saturday. Andrew currently has a record of 25-2 this season!
Ally Flint (Track & Field): Set two career PR's in both shot put and weight throw Friday night RIT. Her Weight Throw PR was an impressive 3.5 foot improvement (22' 1" --> 25' 7.5")!
Peyton Koukides (Swimming): The freshman swimmer led our Byron-Bergen/Le Roy swimming team to a big win over Oakfield-Alabama/Elba last week in their home meet!
Kiaya Condidorio (Basketball): Had 10 points to lead the Knights in a big win last week vs. Byron-Bergen!
Quinn Kacur (Track & Field): Raced among her best performances in both the 4x400 and open 400 including an aggressive move 250 meters in when a runner started to pass her.
Cole Rauscher (Wrestling): Cole went 9-0 at this week's tough Bolivar Richburg Wolverine scuffle, he received no forfeits and had many big wins by pin to help the team go 5-4 overall.
Ethan Smith (Basketball): Named to the All-Tournament team for his play in the Batavia Lions Club Tournament.
Katie Carmichael (Track & Field): In her first track & field meet, she put up the fastest girls 55m time, best shot put, and had one of the top 200 relay splits on the girls team. She provisionally qualified for sectionals in shot put and has started to become a solid leader of the girls team.
Josh Englerth (Wrestling): Josh is off to a great start this season with a blistering record of 11-0 in his matches. He helped lead the Knights to the team championship at the Steve Garland Memorial Team Tournament @ Pavilion HS on Saturday!
Skylar Mielke (Cheerleading): Skylar has been so determined in preparing for our first competition and continues to keep her teammates motivated and on track to success. She works hard, stayed focused on both short term and long term goals for herself and her team, and tries anything I throw at her.
Reece Tresco (Basketball): Reece led the Knights scoring a combined 48 points and pulling down 48 rebounds in the Varsity Boys games vs. Perry and Cal-Mum.
Grant Gilligan (Cross Country): At the GRAA-LCAA XC Championships Thursday, he ran 1:15 faster than the Le Roy Invitational and an impressive 3:30 faster than last year's League Championships.
Ashley Totten (Cross Country): Finished 26th overall and 12th in Division 1 at the GRAA-LCAA XC Championships Thursday. Her time was 1:34 faster than the Le Roy Invitational a month earlier.
Abbigail Woodworth (Volleyball): Abbie has stepped up her game the last two weeks. She brings an energy to the court and celebrates the small victories throughout the match. She has worked hard and improved throughout the season. The Knights play in the semifinals Thursday v. Dansville @ Avon HS, 7pm!
Katie Carmichael (Soccer): The junior center back played a huge presence for the team in the back down the stretch for the Knights who finished their season last Friday night in the Quarterfinals.
McKenna Cone (Cross Country): Helped the girls team to 3 wins Tuesday at Avon to ensure the team finished with tying the best record in school history, then Saturday finished as the girls #2 runner with the best race of her season so far.
Kayla Fussell (Volleyball): Helped lead the Knights to 3 big wins last week t finish the regular season 15-3. They will host a Section V Quarterfinal match this Saturday at home.
Nicholas Vallese (Soccer): The sophomore midfielder's relentless work ethic helped lift Le Roy to a hard-fought Sectional quarterfinal win over School #58/WOI. The Knights advance to the Final Four for the 3rd time in school history this Wednesday night!
Keaton Hobart (Cross Country): Tuesday at Geneseo, Keaton ran his best race of the season finishing in the top 5 for the boys team and helping lead the team to victories over Geneseo and Wayland-Cohocton.
Lizzie Williams (Volleyball): Had her best match yet. She got the opportunity for more playing time and took full advantage of it. She played great defense and had 14 service points and 1 ace.
Olivia Johnson (Volleyball): Liv has worked hard all season long and played her best match yet this past week on Friday. Olivia was outstanding in the back row against Cal-Mum, registering 15 digs, helping to propel the team to a 4-set win over rival, CM!!
Courtney Kacur (Cross Country): Finished 2nd overall at the Midlakes Invitational Saturday after winning Tuesday to lift the girls team to a one point win to extend their record to 11-2 on the season.
Ethan Pocock (Cross Country): Finished 7th overall at the Midlakes Invitational Saturday. His performance Tuesday helped the boys team to a close victory Tuesday extending their record to 12-1 on the season.
Reece Tresco (Football): Had a big night down in Bath on Friday night leading the Knights with 6 rec. 156 and 4 TD's en route to a big 27-8 road victory. The Knights are now 3-3 on the season!
Roan Mallaber (Soccer): The senior captain scored 3 goals this week and led the team to a 3-1 win over league opponent Attica and an exciting 4-4 tie against state ranked Letchworth-Warsaw.
Maxin McKenzie (Cross Country): Maxin had his 4th top 20 finish at the McQuaid Invitational in 4 years becoming the first Le Roy runner to do so. He now has the 3rd, 5th, 8th and 10th fastest times ever by a Le Roy runner on the McQuaid course. His performance helped lead the boys to their best team finish since 2008.
Macy Purdy (Soccer): Macy had 4 assists last week and the game-winning goal in overtime against Perry/Mount Morris for the Knights who are riding a 3 game winning streak!
Cody Lytle (Football): Led the Knights to a big win over Cal-Mum/B-B Friday night! Cody had 5 receptions for 55 yards and on the defensive end had 2 big interceptions.
Andrew Loftus (Cross Country): Ran a solid race Tuesday to help lead the boys to 6-0 over Kendall, Alexander, and Bath and then improved his Le Roy Invite time by 1:22 compared to last year and 36 seconds faster than any other race at Le Roy.
Ethan Smith (Soccer): Tallied 3 goals and 1 assist last week helping lift the Knights over Pavilion/York and battle to a 1-1 tie in a tightly contested game with Avon.
Riley Pasquale (Volleyball): Riley is a 5-year starter, a captain, and leads the team on and off the court. She led the team in both of our wins last week against Cal-Mum and Aquinas. Riley tallied 19 service points, 7 aces, 12 kills and 19 digs between the two matches. She even had a perfect passing average in the Aquinas match.
Kyler LaCarte (Football): Stepped in to play QB. Had 14 carries for 59 yds, 1 TD and was 3-4 for 61 yds and a TD.
Maddie Keister (Girls Soccer): She scored our lone 2 goals against Warsaw and had a goal and an assist in our win against Caledonia.