Erie Times-News Breakout Athlete of the Week nominees

   January 27, 2013 12:59 am    7

 

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.

Boys basketball
Matt Votino, Hickory – Scored 19 points in a 60-33 win over Struthers (Ohio). He also had 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists in a 54-53 loss to Farrell.
Matthew Dogan, West Middlesex – Continued his impressive season with 24 points in a 67-56 win over LaBrae (Ohio). He then scored 31 points in a 99-51 win over Sharpsville. Dogan then scored 42 points in a 107-40 win over Rocky Grove.
Garrett Frable, Reynolds – The freshman had 22 points in a 54-48 win over Mercer. He also had 19 points in a 64-25 win over Jamestown.
Dalton Boggs, Lakeview – Had 22 points in a 64-41 win over Greenville. He also had 20 points in a 55-43 win over Iroquois.
Khalil Hopson, Sharon – Scored 28 points in an 81-75 overtime win over Meadville.
Nafis Brown, George Junior – Had 26 points in a 90-45 win over Slippery Rock.
Demetrius McClennan, VisionQuest - Finished with 33 points and 22 rebounds in a 70-39 win over Commodore Perry.
Nick Dickson, Cochranton – Scored 21 points in a 62-40 win over Jamestown.
Noah Jones, Franklin - Had 18 points in a 43-29 win over Grove City. He also scored 24 points and had 12 rebounds and five blocks in a 73-66 win over George Junior.
Kyle McKeen, Northwestern – Scored 28 points in a 75-54 win over Mercer. He also had 24 points in a 60-46 win over Union City.
Ike Jones, Farrell – Had 22 points in a 59-55 win over Slippery Rock.
Jason Clune, Meadville – Scored 20 points in a 57-55 loss to Hickory.
Mac Hartman, Kennedy Catholic - Finished with a career-high 27 points in a 78-52 win over Greenville.
Logan Way, Oil City – Scored 30 points and had 15 rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocks in a 62-50 win over Grove City.
Jake Wolf, McDowell – Had 16 points including a dunk in a 72-71 win over Middle Early College (N.Y.).
Jaymon Mason, General McLane – Scored 37 points, including 14-of-15 from the free throw line in a 68-57 win over Strong Vincent.
Melvin Henderson, East - Started off a strong week with 10 points in a 41-37 win over Girard. He also had 17 points in a 58-53 win over McDowell.
Andy Niland, Fairview – Had 21 points on five 3-pointers in a 63-45 win over Iroquois.
Valentine Sangoyami, Erie First – Scored 35 points in a 70-61 win over Christian Life.
Carl Anderson, Mercyhurst Prep – Finished with 19 points in a 55-44 win over Titusville.
Zach Mattson, Harbor Creek – Had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds in a 69-66 overtime loss to East.
Dawson Scotch, North East - Scored 16 points in a 58-31 win over Seneca. He also had 13 points in a 59-52 win over Bradford.
Matt Sandberg, Warren – Finished with 17 points in a 76-51 win over Fort LeBoeuf.
Sheldon Zablotny, Cathedral Prep – Scored 30 points in the Ramblers’ 69-46 win over McDowell. He also had 18 points in a 68-59 win over Warren.
Tanner McCall, Seneca – Scored 15 points in a 46-31 win over Bishop Canevin.
Malik Brinson, Central Tech – Hit the game-winner with 2 seconds left in overtime of an 82-81 win over Strong Vincent.
Dustin Pavlik, Saegertown – Scored 26 points in a 76-65 win over Conneaut (Ohio).

Girls basketball
Tanayja Sanders, Sharon – Had 16 points in a 58-41 win over West Middlesex. She also had 20 points in a 62-47 win over Wilmington.
McKenzie Popatak, Sharpsville – Put together an amazing week. She started off with 22 points and 20 rebounds in a 46-27 win over Mercer.
Corianne Hyduchak, Grove City – Finished with 15 points and 8 rebounds in a 46-29 win over Meadville.
Whitney Murray, Farrell – Had 19 points in a 53-23 win over Jamestown.
Casey Stringer, Lakeview – Scored 18 points in a 42-32 win over Greenville.
Jessica Burnett, Greenville – Finished with 21 points in a 42-32 loss to Lakeview.
Angelina Starr, Franklin – Scored 21 points in a 78-46 win over Sharon. She also had 18 points in a 91-25 win over Titusville.
Alexis Arkwright, Mercer – Had 21 points in a 62-50 win over Rocky Grove.
Madison Bernading, Cochranton – Finished with 16 points and seven steals in a 40-30 win over Cambridge Springs.
Michelle Jahn, General McLane – Collected 14 points, five rebounds and five steals in a 59-42 win over Glenville (Ohio). She also had 25 points in a 56-46 loss to Girard.
Deresha Fillyaw, East – Scored 13 points to help the Warriors win their third game with a 48-28 win over JFK (Ohio).
Maria Welch, Girard – Had 16 points and 10 rebounds in a 48-38 win over Seneca. She also had 18 points in a 56-46 win over General McLane.
Brenna Robbins, Mercyhurst Prep – Scored 15 points and had four assists in a 60-16 win over Fort LeBoeuf. She also had 14 points in a 57-14 win over Corry.
Shanice Morris, Villa Maria – Scored 15 points in a 56-18 win over Fort LeBoeuf. She also played a big role in the Victors’ 42-35 upset of Bishop Canevin with eight points.
Alex Breski, Iroquois – Finished with 19 points in a 69-24 win over Union City.
Nicole Papley, Slippery Rock - Scored 26 points in a 67-28 win over Titusville.
Alex Artise, North East – Had 21 points in a 54-31 win over Fairview. She also had 16 points in a 65-20 win over Northwestern.
Amanda Sonney, Seneca – Had 21 points in a 49-26 win over Iroquois.
Noelle Vallimont, Central Tech – Scored 15 points in a 60-23 win over Strong Vincent.

Boys swimming/diving
Tyler Lockhart, Oil City – Won three events in a loss to Grove City.
Thomas Somora, Grove City – Won three events in a win over Oil City, including the 200 free, the 500 free and a relay.
Adam Bleday, Titusville – The standout swimmer continued his strong season by dropping 4 seconds off his 200 free time against Hickory.
Brody Rodgers, Franklin – Dropped 26 seconds on his 500 time in two meets.
Mike Reed, North East – Won three events in a win over Girard.
Shane Kaliszewski, Iroquois - Earned four event wins in a sweep of General McLane.
Andrew Steehler, McDowell - Had two event wins in a sweep of Warren.
Robert Sikatzki, Fairview – Continued his impressive season with three event wins in a sweep of Harbor Creek.

Girls swimming/diving
Lauren Decker, Grove City – Earned three event wins in a sweep of Oil City.
Megan Bowser, Titusville - Swam a district-qualifying time in the 100 free in a win over Hickory.
Alexis Ziegler, Franklin – Had three event wins in a sweep of Rocky Grove.
Hannah Feucht, North East – Won four events in a win over Girard.
Ashley Benovic, Iroquois – Had four event wins in a sweep of General McLane.
Alyssa Linden, McDowell – Won four events in a sweep of Warren.
Rachel Taylor, Fairview – Had four event wins in a sweep of Harbor Creek.

Wrestling
Sam Breese, Lakeview – Won the Fred Bell tournament in the 285-pound class.
Jarray Norris, Sharon – Went 5-0 at the Sharon Duals.
D.J. Fehlman, Warren – Took home the 126-pound championship at the Fred Bell tournament.
Austin Andrews, Cochranton – Picked up his 100th win Saturday at the Fred Bell tournament and won the 170-pound championship.
Paul Deitz, McDowell – Earned his 100th win this past week against Cathedral Prep.
Ken Stoll, General McLane – Won the Fred Bell tournament championship at 138 pounds.
Jonas Reaugh, Jamestown – Won the 120-pound championship at the Fred Bell tournament.
Dan Geer, Franklin – Claimed the 195-pound championship at the Red Bell tournament.

 

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7 Responses to “Erie Times-News Breakout Athlete of the Week nominees”

  1. Josey says:

    No wrestlers from Ft Leboeuf or Saegertown?

    • Tom Reisenweber says:

      Josey,
      We received no nominations for wrestlers from either school. Fans are welcome to nominate someone every week.

      Thanks,
      Tom

  2. deb says:

    how come when i vote the page doesn’t allow me to vote more than once or it doesn’t allow me to vote from more than one electronic device(laptop, ipod, kindle, cellphone, etc)

  3. Judy Frable says:

    Great all around athlete

  4. deb says:

    I understand that, what I meant to say was why does it only let me vote once period, and not once a day at least? And how does that work, is it one vote per household, or email address?

    • Tom Reisenweber says:

      Deb,
      I believe it is based on network. So you can vote from work and home because they are different networks but say you are at home and your wireless devices are all linked into the same wireless internet, it would count as the same network.

      Thanks,
      Tom

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