Top high school athletes for the week ending May 3, 2014

Mike Grady of East Meadow wins the boys Mike Grady of East Meadow wins the boys 3200 meter race. (April 20, 2013) Photo Credit: Steven Ryan

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TOM ARCHER

St. John the Baptist, baseball

Went 7-for-11 with five runs scored and five RBI as the Cougars won three times and moved to 11-2 in the CHSAA.

MIKE ARONOW

Sachem North, lacrosse

Forced a turnover in overtime that led to Sean O'Brien's winning goal against Ward Melville in overtime.

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PETER BYRNES

Smithtown West, baseball

Senior righthander is 5-0 after a 12-0 win over Newfield, his fourth shutout this season. Also recorded a save during the week and has allowed only 17 hits in 322/3 innings.

PATRICK DALLON

Rocky Point, lacrosse

Made 16 saves, including three one-on-one stops in the fourth quarter of a 8-5 victory over Glenn.

ALLEGRA FILS-AIME

Port Jefferson, track

Won the triple jump, going 34 feet, 101/2 inches in a 94-47 win over Stony Brook. Fils-Aime also won the 100 meters in 13.3 seconds, the 200 in 27.3 and the long jump, going 15-31/2.

SAMANTHA GEIERSBACH

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West Babylon, lacrosse

Had a career-high 12 points (seven goals, five assists) in a win over Commack.

MIKE GRADY

East Meadow, track

He won the 800 meters in 2:02 and the 1,600 in 4:40 at a tri-meet.

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NICK IADAVEIO

Mineola, baseball

His double scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning in a 10-9 win over Valley Stream North. He picked up the win after pitching 12/3 innings in relief. He also had run-scoring double to tie the score in 5-4 win over VSN.

ALISON JOHNSON

Longwood, lacrosse

Set a single-game school record with 10 goals in a 20-15 win over Riverhead.

NIKKI ORTEGA

Middle Country, lacrosse

Had eight points in a win against Smithtown West and had nine points (four goals, five assists) in a win at Ward Melville.

JAMIE ORTEGA

Middle Country, lacrosse

Had seven points against Smithtown West and six points against Ward Melville.

DANIEL SHLEIMOVICH

Syosset, tennis

Went 2-0 on the week including a 6-0, 6-3 win over Allen Delman of Great Neck North.

DANIELLE THOMAS

Riverhead, track

Won the pole vault, clearing 7 feet, 6 inches and the triple jump, going 33-101/2 in a 78-72 win over Copiague. She also took second in the long jump, going 14-83/4.

BRENDAN SPAGNUOLO

Chaminade, baseball

No-hit St. Dominic, previously the only undefeated team on Long Island, striking out seven and walking four in a 10-0 win. He also allowed four hits and struck out six in 51/3 innings in a 6-0 win over Kellenberg.

ZACH WILKINS

Lindenhurst, baseball

Pitched a four-hitter and struck out five with one earned run in a 3-1 win over Half Hollow Hills East, a pivotal victory in League II. He also had two hits in an 8-4 win over Hills East.