Here are the nominees for High School Athlete of the Week from SBLive in Pennsylvania January 22-28. Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting closes at 11:59 p.m. Sunday. Votes must be cast in the poll and votes sent via email will not be counted. If you would like to nominate in a future week, email [email protected]
Rowan Carmichael, Avonworth Boys Basketball
Hit four 3-pointers and led all scorers with 37 points in a 63-58 win over South Allegheny.
Shea Champine, Bishop Canevin, Boys Basketball
Despite losing to Highlands, Champine scored a game-high 50 points.
DaMario Crawford, Cathedral Prep Athletics
At the SPIRE Institute Preview Meeting in Geneva, Ohio, he set the school record for the 200 meters with a time of 22.42 seconds.
Demetris Crosby, North East Boys Basketball
The newcomer lost 37 points in a triple win in overtime against Seneca.
Vinnie Cugini, Aquinas Academy boys basketball
Another big week for Cugini, who recorded 57 points in a loss to Summit Academy and 40 points in a win over Rochester.
Mallory Daly, Seton LaSalle girls basketball
She posted a game-high 26 points in a win over Shady Side Academy. She also scored 24 points in a win over East Allegheny.
Bryce Epps, South Allegheny boys basketball
Scored 11 of his best 25 points in the first quarter as the Gladiators defeated Mars.
Mairan Haggerty, Neshannock girls basketball
Scored a game-high 28 points as the Lancers defeated Ellwood City 62-34.
Davion Hill, Neumann Regional Academy boys basketball
Scored 30+ points in each of his two games last week, 31 against Columbia Montour Vo-Tech and 38 against Muncy. He has conceded less than 30 goals just once in 18 games this season.
Ava Leroux, South Fayette girls basketball
Recorded a double-double with 16 points and 17 rebounds in a win over Indiana.
Jenna Muha, Shade girls basketball
Scored 43 of Shade’s 58 points in a 58-54 win over Blacklick Valley.
Janie Natale, Shenango girls basketball
Knocked down six 3-pointers and posted a team-high of 25 in the 62-57 win over Freedom.
Owen Nickerson, Corry Wrestling
In Corry’s win over Seneca, his pin in 1:34 in the heavyweight match was the fastest of the meeting.
Senaya Parker, Samuel Fels Girls Basketball
Had two 50 point performances last week as she lost 56 points in a win over Randolph Vo-Tech and 57 points against MAST Charter two nights later.
Tanner Pike swimming in Union City
Talk about versatile. By winning 50 freestyle and 500 freestyle in a match against Corry, he won the shortest and longest races of the day. He finished the meeting with three wins.
Tasso Sfanos, Martians Basketball
The final three points of his 40-point performance against North Hills came on the buzzer to give the Planets a 73-72 win.
Mekhi Valentine, Steel Valley Boys Basketball
On Friday night, Valentine scored 63 points in a 100-79 win over Brentwood and made 12 3-pointers. This came after a 39-point performance in a win over Keystone Oaks earlier in the week.
Iyanna Wade, Clairton girls basketball
For the first time in her high school career, the sophomore hit 50 points in a win over Steel Valley. She also scored 34 points in a 52-37 win over Ellis School and 23 points in a win over Winchester Thurston.