High School Athletes of the Week

Commack's Jessie Berardi is safe at second as

Commack's Jessie Berardi is safe at second as Ward Melville's Chris Cepeda waits for the throw in a Suffolk baseball game. (May 6, 2013) (Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke)

CHRIS CEPEDA

WARD MELVILLE, BASEBALL

Keyed a three-game sweep over Commack in the final series of the Suffolk League I season to give Ward Melville the League I title. He also pitched a complete game in a 6-3 win.


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RYAN UDVADIA

SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER, TRACK

The junior won the 3,200 at the Loucks Games in 9:02.5. The time is a school record. Udvadia also won the meet's Most Outstanding Athlete award.

HANNA GREENFIELD

MILLER PLACE, TRACK

The senior was a quadruple winner in Miller Place's 108-38 win over Amityville. Greenfield won the 100 in 12.8 seconds, the 100 hurdles (16.0), the triple jump (34-7), and the long jump (16-8).

MAGGIE BILL

ST. ANTHONY'S, LACROSSE

She had 16 points in three games, including five goals in the Friars' 11-9 overtime win over Manhasset. Bill also had four goals and four caused turnovers in Wednesday's win over Garden City.

NICOLE SINACORI

LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN, LACROSSE

She had 26 points (21 goals) in three games last week, including nine goals and an assist on Wednesday against Rye Country Day.

JOSH CASTRO

SMITHTOWN EAST, BASEBALL

The senior first baseman went 2-for-2, including a solo home run and three RBIs in a 3-1 win over West Islip. The Bulls clinched the school's third league title in four years.

MIKE DAVANZO

WANTAGH, BASEBALL

He improved to 6-0 by scattering six hits and striking out six in a 4-3 win over Garden City to help the Warriors finish the regular season 19-0.

TIM ROTANZ

SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER, LACROSSE

He became the fourth player in Long Island boys lacrosse history to score 400 career points when he totaled six goals and six assists in an 18-6 victory over Rocky Point.

JIM BYRNS

MASSAPEQUA, LACROSSE

One of Long Island's leading scorers, he had a career-high eight goals and added an assist in a 16-6 win over Port Washington.

PAT DOYLE

HOLY TRINITY, LACROSSE

The senior had a career-high six goals to lead Holy Trinity in a 14-6 win against St. Dominic.

GREG EGAN

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, BASEBALL

The senior struck out 16 and allowed five hits in a 3-2 win over St. Anthony's. He is 5-0 with 63 strikeouts in 36 innings.

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