Ordinarily, the player of the week runs earlier in the week, but it’s been well beyond hectic so I’m turning back time. Nominations for player of the week come from the coaches.
The sophomore attackman had four goals and two assists in a win over Hen Hud and six goals and five assists in a win over Greeley.
Nick Allen, Haldane: The senior long-stick midfielder picked up 24 ground balls, scored two goals and handed out four assists in wins over Peekskill, North Salem and Pawling.
Will Baffuto, Pelham: The senior pole checked Reed Malas and Brendan Sunday last week, picked up five ground balls and caused five turnovers.
Michael Dedvukaj, Yorktown: The senior attackman had six goals and one assist in a 10-9 win over Wilton.
Robert DiNota, Westlake: The freshman midfielder won 54 of 66 faceoffs in wins over Croton, Blind Brook and Rye Neck.
Jack Drillock, Pleasantville: The senior pole shadowed Henry Grass during a win over Bronxville, limiting the section’s all-time leading scorer to 1 goal and two assists.
Graham Goldheim, Briarcliff: The junior goalie had 15 saves in a win over Weston, Conn. and 14 saves in a win over Lakeland/Panas.
Tucker Hine, Haldane: The senior attackman had 15 goals and nine assists in wins over Peekskill, North Salem and Pawling.
Oscar Marchi, Pleasantville: The senior goalie made 18 saves in a win over Bronxville and eight apiece in wins over Sleepy Hollow and Irvington.
Gerard Martirano, Kennedy Catholic: The senior attackman had four goals, including the overtime game-winner, and three assists in a win over Albany CBA and five goals in a win over Mount St. Michael.
Dan Millner, Briarcliff: The senior attackman had a goal and three assists in a win over Weston, Conn. and five goals and one assist in a win over Lakeland/Panas.
Hunter Reynolds, North Salem: The senior goalie made 62 saves in four games, including 15 in a 13-12 overtime win against Hastings.
Anthony Sardo, Westlake: The junior attackman had 17 goals and 10 assists in wins over Croton, Blind Brook and Rye Neck.