STEPHEN DUTTON,

ROCKY POINT The 140-pound senior won his fourth Suffolk title, pinning Riverhead's Edwin Perry in 3:35. In the semifinals, Dutton eclipsed the Long Island wins record held by 2000 Shoreham-Wading River grad Jesse Jantzen. Dutton has 223 career victories.

DANIEL CATALDI,

GREAT NECK SOUTH The 140-pound senior defeated defending Nassau champion Dylan Palacio of Long Beach, 9-4, to earn Most Outstanding Wrestler and Champion of Champions honors.

JON WARD-ADAMS,

CENTER MORICHES The senior scored 40 points in a victory over Mercy for the League VII champs, who are the No. 1 seed in Class B.

TOBIAS HARRIS,

HHH WEST The Tennessee-bound senior showed off his versatility with a triple-double and two double-doubles for the undefeated Colts, the No. 1 seed in Class AA.

EMMA O'CONNOR, KELLENBERG O'Connor had 13 points, 15 rebounds, 10 assists, six blocks and four steals in a 58-50 win over St. Mary's and 25 points, 13 rebounds, six steals and four assists in a 46-37 win over St. Anthony's.

KALEIGH CRAIG,

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WANTAGH The sophomore had 27 points and added 12 rebounds to lead Wantagh over Seaford in the first round of the Class A playoffs.

STEFANIE KLAPPER, ROSLYN Klapper had 24 of her 29 points in a 31-21 second half for Roslyn in a 53-44 win over New Hyde Park in the first round of the Nassau Class A playoffs. She added 13 rebounds.

STEVE SEIDELMEYER,

ST. ANTHONY'S The junior made 21 saves to lead St. Anthony's over Fordham Prep in a 6-2 win in the Division A hockey semi.

KEVIN HARVEY,

CALHOUN Harvey took first in the 3,200 and the 1,600 meters at the Nassau Class A boys track championships.

COLBY LUBMAN,

COMMACK She took first in the 55-meter dash and the 300 at the Suffolk state girls track qualifier.