Athlete of the Week
November 2- 8
Keri Biggins (Girls Soccer): Keri had 8 saves against Geneseo letting in only 1 goal in a big win for the Knights last week! She also had 1 save against Mount Morris and for another shut out on the season.
Bella Biviano (Girls Cross Country): Bella had one of her best races of the season Saturday at home as she improved her time by over two minutes compared to earlier this season at home. The girls wrapped up a 14-3 season.
Keaton Hobart (Boys Cross Country): Keaton has been a key runner for the boys' XC team each day in practice and in Saturday's 28-29 victory over Avon, as well as wins over Wheatland-Chili and Cal-Mum. The boys wrapped a 15-2 season under Keaton's senior leadership.
Nicholas Vallese (Boys Soccer): Nick led the Knights' defense against top-ranked Bath in a hard-fought game in the wind and snow at Hartwood Park this week. Nick's leadership throughout the season has been an important piece of the Knights' success this year.
October 26-November 1
Austin Biggins (Boys Soccer): Austin scored his first goal this season this week against Dansville. His positive attitude and competitive drive have been an important part of the team's success this year.
Quinn Doty (Girls Cross Country): Quinn had important races both Wednesday at Alexander and Saturday at Geneseo to help the girls' teams to a 2 point win and a1 point win this week.
Bryn Luckey (Girls Soccer): Found the back of the net three times in three games last week to help the Knights pick up three big wins!
Joey Stephany (Boys Cross Country): Joey had his best race of the season Saturday at Geneseo with his fastest time of the season placing him 9th overall and 4th on the boys' team.
Nate Andrews (Boys Soccer): Nate has played every minute of every game and has helped lead the Knights defense to be rated among the best in the LCAA D1.
Ian Kepple (Boys Cross Country): Ian had an outstanding race Wednesday at Pembroke as he chased down a group of Pembroke boys for the majority of the race, catching them in the end and helping the boys team to a 26-30 victory. The boys also defeated Warsaw and Holley to extend their record to 6-2.
Ashley Michel (Girls Soccer): Scored two goals in our game against Letchworth and stepped up into a big center mid role during our Haverling game.
Riley Wood (Girls Cross Country): Riley positioned herself well in the girls' race and had a strong finish passing a key runner at Pembroke last Wednesday to be able to set the girls team up for victories over Pembroke, Holley, and Warsaw. The girls are now 7-1.
Dray Grayson (Boys Soccer): Dray is an outstanding teammate. His willingness to always put the team first has been inspiring!
Aiden Soggs (Boys Cross Country): Finished 5th overall Tuesday vs. Notre Dame and Keshequa and then 8th on Saturday at Oakfield Alabama.
Ashley Totten (Girls Cross Country): Finished 2nd overall Tuesday vs. Notre Dame and Keshequa and then 4th on Saturday at Oakfield Alabama.
Kailyn Tresco (Girls Soccer): Came back after missing the first two games and made a dramatic impact on our defensive unit. Held Livonia to one goal and is a big presence in the back.
Charlotte Blake (Girls Cross Country): Led the Knights to win over Way-Co and Byron Bergen last Wednesday with a 5th place finish.
Maddie Keister (Girls Soccer): Two goals and two assists in the first game and a goal and an assist in our second game.
Maveric McKenzie (Boys Soccer): Sophomore, midfield, tallied 4 goals in the first 2 games of the season!
Erik Schwab (Boys Cross Country): Led the Knights to win over Way-Co and Byron Bergen last Wednesday with a 3rd place finish.