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Each week during the sports seasons, TC3 recognizes the outstanding accomplishments of a student athlete.
Taylor Policay, Softball
Taylor (Lansing H.S./Lansing) caught fire this week, blasting five home runs ove a span of five games. For he week she went 10-for-14 with 18 RBI, helping the Panthers to a 6-2 record. She also earned Region III Athlete of the Week honors for her efforts.
Stephen Park, Lacrosse
Stephen (Homer H.S./Homer) ended his TC3 career in style, helping the Panthers to an exciting 12-10 win over Herkimer. Park scored a career-high five goals in the win, including the final goal that sealed the win in the closing seconds. He finished the season with 22 goals and his career with 36, tied for the third most in TC3 history.
Sean Streb, Baseball
Sean (Lansing H.S./Lansing) had a big week for the Panthers, helping the team to its first win of the season. In Tuesday's victory over Alfred State, Sean went 3-for-5 with a double, an RBI, and two runs scored. The rest of the week included a strong pitching effort of eight strikeouts in 8.2 innings of work. He finished the week 6-for-13 at the plate and is now hitting a team-best .379 on the year.
Sara Ford, Softball
Sara (Ithaca H.S./Ithaca) earns Athlete of the Week honors after the Panthers softball team opened Region III play with a doubleheader split. Sara was the winning pitcher in the circle and also hit a homer during the doubleheader. It was her first win and her first extra-base hit of the year.
Mike Hartnett, Lacrosse
Mike (Cortland H.S./Cortland) is the first Athlete of the Week for the spring season. He has netted at least four points in each of the first four lacrosse games, with six goals in the win over Cayuga and six points on two goals and four assists in the season opener against Morris.
Tyseem Lyles, Men's Basketball
Tyseem (Health Professions H.S./Brooklyn) earned the MSAC tournament MVP honors by helping the Panthers to the championship. In the semifinal against Corning he had 11 points, seven rebounds, four steals, and two assists. He followed that up with a huge championship game, finishing with 21 points, nine rebounds, nine assists, five steals and a blocked shot.
Jaanai Beckford, Men's Basketball
Jaanai (Northstar Christian Academy/Yonkers) helped the Panthers to two wins with another pair of solid games. Against Onondaga he filled the stat sheet with a season-high 16 points and nine rebounds, three assists, three steals, and two blocked shots. He followed that up with 11 rebounds, seven points, two assists, and one blocked shot against Cayuga. Despite just missing a double-double in both games this week, Beckford has turned the trick five times this season.
Chelsi Rosa, Women's Basketball
Chelsi (Bainbridge-Guilford H.S./Bainbridge) netted a career-high 16 points to lead the Panthers in scoring in the team's lone game this week. She matched her best effort by going 3-for-4 from three-point range and was a perfect 3-for-3 from the foul line as she reached double figures in scoring for the third time this year. The freshman also pulled down seven rebounds and recorded a steal Wednesday.
Nicole Goodwin, Women's Basketball
Nicole (Newfield H.S./Newfield) opened the week by helping the Panthers to a big overtime win over Jefferson. She scored 10 points - her second straight game in double figures - while also pulling down seven rebounds and blocking six shots. She followed that game up with a solid outing against Broome; four points, three steals, two rebounds, and another blocked shot.
Devin Redden, Men's Basketball
Devin (St. Mary's H.S./Buffalo) helped the Panthers to two wins this week. In Wednesday's game against Cayuga, he had a huge first half with 15 points, four rebounds, and two assists before finishing with a game-high 23 points and 10 rebounds and four assists. He followed that up with a ten-point performance against Finger Lakes, helping the Panthers retain the lead in the Mid-State Athletic Conference race.
Tyseem Lyles, Men's Basketball
Tyseem (Health Professions H.S./Brooklyn) had two big games this week. In the win over Corning, he scored 15 points, grabbed six rebounds, swiped six steals, handed out four assists, and blocked two shots. Against Onondaga he led the team with 23 points while also recording four rebounds, four steals, three assists, and one blocked shots.
Becca Holton Tomasdottir, Women's Basketball
Becca (Cape Fear Academy (N.C.)/Reykjavik, Iceland) poured in 29 points in TC3's 59-54 win at Broome Saturday. The game marked the end of a big scoring week for the freshman, as she also led the Panthers with 15 points in Thursday's game at Jefferson and 15 points in Tuesday's game against Finger Lakes. She leas the team in scoring and through the first 13 games of the season has reached 20 points or more four times.
Adam Park, Men's Basketball
Adam (Spencer-Van Etten H.S./Lockwood) continued his inspired play this week, helping the Panthers to a perfect week that vaulted the team into the top five in the regional rankings. Adam has provided leadership on and off the floor, showing the value of hard work, perseverance, and dedication. In Saturday's win at Mohawk Valley, he grabbed nine rebounds and blocked two shots. For the year he is tenth in the region in field goal percentage and leads the Panthers in blocked shots and is second in rebounds.
Audrey Kate Ordway, Women's Basketball
Audrey Kate (Dryden H.S./Dryden) put her name in the TC3 record book this week, pulling down 26 rebounds in Wednesday's game against Herkimer. She followed that up with a strong weekend at Corning's Tarantelli Classic, earning all-tournament honors after posting a double-double of 11 points and 13 rebounds in the championship game and a near double-double of 10 points and nine rebounds in the opener.
Brandon Reed, Men's Basketball
Brandon (Corcoran H.S./Syracuse) helped the Panthers to a perfect 3-0 week. He started with a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds in the win over Schenectady County Community College Tuesday, scored 14 points in Saturday's win at Holyoke Community College, and finished the week with 19 points and eight rebounds in Sunday's win at SUNY Adirondack. The sophomore has blocked at least one shot in each of the last five games as the Panthers have improved to 4-2 on the year.
Meghan Ideman, Women's Basketball
Meghan (Moravia H.S./Moravia) played a big part in TC3's first win of the season. In the 69-68 victory over SUNY Delhi, she had a great stat line of 16 points, 16 rebounds, six assists, and four steals - team bests in each category. Through three games this year she leads the team in rebounds and is second in assists and steals.
Amy Filupeit, Women's Soccer
Amy (Margaretville H.S./Arkville) helped the Panthers earn a tie in this week's contest against nationally-ranked Herkimer County Community College. The freshman scored the lone TC3 goal, her second goal of the year. She also has two assists this year, putting her into a tie for third-most points on the team with six.
Mark Scott, Men's Soccer
Mark (Twin Tiers Christian Academy/West Danby) continued his strong play of late, scoring a goal and two assists in the win over Jefferson Saturday. Starting for the first time this season, Mark wasted little time in getting on the board. His goal just three minutes into the game set the tone for the Panthers win.
Taylor Liebowitz, Women's Soccer
Taylor (Emmaus H.S./Macungie, Penn.) helped the Panthers to a pair of wins this week. In the 4-0 win at Cayuga on Thursday, she notched her second goal of the season. She followed that with an assist in Sunday's 5-0 win at Genesee. She ended the week tied for third on the team in scoring with six points.
Stephanie Feeko, Volleyball
Stephanie (Windsor H.S./Windsor) continued to lead the TC3 volleyball team's attack this week, helping the Panthers earn a win over Columbia-Greene on Saturday. During Saturday's pod matches, she recorded a team-best 33 kills, including 23 in a five-set match with Fulton-Montgomery.
Jesse Kohler, Men's Soccer
Jesse (Minisink Valley H.S./Westtown) is the TC3 Athlete of the Week after a perfect week in goal for the #4-ranked Panthers. He recorded six saves in the 1-0 win at Hudson Valley to start the week on Wednesday, and followed that up with a five-save effort in the 8-0 win over Corning Saturday.
Michael Raftu, Men's Soccer
Michael (Marata Valle H.S./Manhattan) earned Athlete of the Week honors after helping the Panthers to a pair of wins. Against #4-ranked Mohawk Valley, Michael scored the game-winner in the second half of the win. The second game of the week also was decided by a Rafu goal, as he scored the game-winner in the team's win over SUNY Delhi.
Erika Faberzak, Women's Soccer
Erika (Cortland H.S./Cortland) had a big week on the attack, providing offensive pressure in each of the three games. After several near misses, she broke through in a big way, scoring the game-winner in Saturday's win over Niagara. With the score tied at 0-0 in the second half, she ended a flurry in the offensive end by lifting the ball up over the keeper's head and into the net. Her first collegiate goal gave TC3 the 1-0 win.
Sean Streb, Men's Soccer
Sean (Lansing H.S./Lansing) made a strong first impression for the Panthers, playing a solid pair of games this weekend at the Herkimer Coliseum Classic. In Saturday's overtime win, his goal with 14:20 left in regulation tied the game and helped send it to extra time. On Sunday, Streb had another solid game, playing a big role in keeping the Panthers within striking distance until the final horn.
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