Erie Times-News Breakout Athlete of the Week nominees

   December 30, 2012 1:23 am    0

 

Fans can vote for the Breakout Athlete of the Week on the top right corner of the page. Voting continues through Tuesday at 11:59 p.m. with the winners being featured in the Erie Times-News. Fans are encouraged to nominate athletes by 5 p.m. each Saturday by sending an e-mail to sports@timesnews.com. Athletes who have won this season are no longer eligible.

Note: There were no swimming events this past week. As a result, there are no swimming polls.

Boys basketball
Jaymon Mason, General McLane – Scored 23 points, including 16 in the first half, as the Lancers routed Cambridge Springs 70-26. He also had 27 points in a 69-51 win over Northwestern.
Corey Shinko, Northwestern – Had 18 points in a 71-32 win over Ripley (N.Y.).
Matt Hansen, McDowell – Had 16 points and was a spark for the Trojans in a 72-56 win over Lampeter-Strasburg.
Malquan Pullium, Strong Vincent - Scored 24 points in a 67-62 loss to Sto-Rox.
Zak Price, Meadville - Erupted for 37 points in 10 3-pointers in a 60-48 win over Seneca. He then had 24 points in a 65-51 win over St. Francis Catholic (Canada).
Bryce Turner, Seneca - Paced Seneca with 20 points in a 60-48 loss to Meadville. He also had 18 points in a 55-41 win over Cochranton.
Kendall Bonnett, Girard – Scored 17 points in a 57-22 win over Greenville in the Iroquois tournament. He also had nine points in the championship game to be named to the all-tournament team.
Logan Kallay, Erie First – Had 24 points in a 72-40 win over Commodore Perry in the Commodore Perry tournament.
Joey Lobenthal, Iroquois – Finished with 17 points in a 61-44 win over VisionQuest.
Deishaaron Gilmore, Central Tech – Scored 12 points for the Falcons in a 90-44 win over Brockway.
Andrew Niland, Fairview – Was named the tournament MVP at the Bishop Guilfoyle tournament. He started off with 22 points in a 69-58 win over Cathedral (Canada) before scoring 29 points in a 66-60 overtime loss to Bishop Guilfoyle.
Sheldon Zablotny, Cathedral Prep – Had 23 points in a 84-57 win over East and reached 1,000 career points.
Matt Votino, Hickory – Scored 21 points in a 50-39 win over Lampeter-Strasburg.
Jeff Thompkins, Kennedy Catholic – Finished with 19 points in a 61-47 win over Harbor Creek.
Carl Anderson, Mercyhurst Prep – Had 19 points in a 53-50 loss to North Catholic.

Girls basketball
Maria Welch, Girard – Had nine points and 10 rebounds to lead the YellowJackets to a 42-29 win over Cambridge Springs in the Corry tournament. She then had 18 points and 11 rebounds in an 81-33 win over Meadville to win the Corry tournament.
Shauntia Vactor-Pope, Meadville – Scored 14 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 45-26 win over Corry in the Corry tournament.
McKayla Zilhaven, Cambridge Springs - Had 16 points in a 42-25 win over Corry in the Corry tournament.
Chloe Wright, Mercyhurst Prep – Put together a terrific showing in the Mercy (Md.) tournament. She started off with 15 points and 14 rebounds in a 51-44 win over Mercy (Calif.) before scoring 12 points in a 40-36 loss to Mother of Mercy (Calif.).
Michelle Jahn, General McLane – Had 16 points and seven rebounds in a 58-22 win over Fairview in the Conneaut tournament.
Alexis Bowen, North East – Was named tournament MVP at the Saegertown tournament after two solid performances.
McKenzie Popatak, Sharpsville – Had 19 points in a 49-30 loss to North East.
Rachel DiBartolomeo, Saegertown – Finished with 18 points in a 44-27 win over Titusville.
Karissa Cratty, Youngsville – Scored 22 points in a 48-23 win over Union City.
Theresa Fachetti, Harbor Creek – Had 20 points in a 65-30 win over Northwestern in the Iroquois tournament. She then had 20 more points in a 48-28 win over Iroquois to be named the tournament MVP.
Lexi Grinnell, Commodore Perry – Finished with 18 points in a 52-47 loss to AC Valley in the Commodore Perry tournament. She then had 11 points in a 34-17 win over Jamestown.
Holly Grober, Hickory – Scored 16 points in a 61-27 win over Mercer in the Hickory tournament. She then had 18 points in a 70-23 win over Farrell as the Hornets won the Hickory tournament.
Mallory Torr, Sharon - Had 14 points in a 62-42 win over Youngstown East. She then scored 15 points in a 55-50 win over Brookfield (Ohio).
Raven Rozantz, Fairview - Scored 19 points in a 48-36 win over West Middlesex in the Conneaut tournament.
Lindsey Shidemantle, Conneaut - Connected on two free throws in the final minute of overtime to give the Eagles a thrilling 48-46 win over General McLane in the Conneaut tournament championship.

Wrestling
Sam Breese, Lakeview – Dominated at the Lakeview Duals by going 5-0 in the heavyweight matches.
Jake Reaugh, Jamestown – Went 5-0 at the Lakeview Duals in the 132 pound class.
Jarray Norris, Sharon – Won the 126-pound championship at the Redbank Valley tournament.
Jon Hennegan, Mercer - Claimed the heavyweight championship at the Redbank Valley tournament.
Gavin Kroesen, West Middlesex – Took home second place in the 132-pound class at the Redbank Valley tournament.
Austin Matthews, Reynolds – Won the 152-pound championship at the prestigious Manheim Central tournament.
Dalton Matthews, Franklin - Went 5-0 during the Lakeview Duals. He wrestling at 170 pound and had five pins during the event.
Jericho Hartle, Oil City – Went 3-1 at the Lakeview Duals with all three wins coming by fall.
Richard Knisley, Eisenhower – Dominated the 138-pound class at the Warren Duals with an undefeated record.
D.J. Fehlman, Warren – Finished with a perfect record at the Warren Duals in the 132-pound class.
Jaykup Durlin, Youngsville – Was the only Eagle to go 5-0 at the Warren Duals and wrestled in the 220-pound class.
Devan Brown, Saegertown – Took second at the loaded Canon-McMillan tournament.
Ryan Morris, Corry – Won the 195-pound class at the Southmoreland tournament.
Forrest Christmann, Slippery Rock – Claimed the heavyweight championship at the Southmoreland tournament.
Andrew Welton, Central Tech – Dominated at the Central Tech Duals with a 5-0 record.
Austin Andrews, Cochranton – Won the 170-pound class at the Redbank Valley tournament.
Zach Luben, Meadville – Went 5-0 at the Lakeview Duals, including three pins in the 145-pound class.

 

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