Panas junior Jackson DiLorenzo was named the winner of lohud’s first Baseball Player of the Week, which was announced last Tuesday.
Please consider last week’s top performers and vote for the most deserving player in this week’s poll.
The poll will remain open until 5 p.m. Tuesday and allow readers to vote for the top performer. The candidates were chosen based on the recommendation of the coaches and statistics reported to Journal News and lohud.com.
There will be a new Player of the Week poll every Monday throughout the season.
Please review the nominees and vote for your choice on lohud.com.
Player of the week: See last week’s poll results
Ryan Bailey, Iona Prep
In a week that saw him commit to West Point, the sophomore right-hander threw six scoreless innings on one hit and struck out nine. On offense, he went 3 for 7 with two runs scored and two stolen bases.
Bobby Chicoine, Byram Hills
The elder powered the Bobcats to a 3-0 week. He went 7 for 10 with two doubles and a pair of homers. He also struck back 14 goals in a win over Hen Hud.
Chris Civetta, John Jay-Cross River
In two games on the mound, Civetta went 1-0 while striking out 16 and allowing just one earned run on four hits in 10 innings. He blanked Nanuet, then pitched three no-hitter innings against previously undefeated Panas. He also had three hits, three runs scored and one RBI.
Sam Dalsimer, Rye Neck
The senior pitched 13 innings and allowed just one run on seven hits, walked four and struck out 21 against Valhalla and Westlake. The latter was a complete victory.
Sean DeBernardo, White Plains
The sophomore right-hander was economical in a 1-0 shutout of Nyack. He only needed 77 pitchers to throw a three-hit shutout.
AJ DiBenedetto and Aidan Schultz, Eastchester
This duo propelled the Eagles 5-0 to a perfect start. DiBenedetto went 6 for 12 with two doubles, a triple, a home run, five runs and nine RBIs. Schultz was 4 for 9 with two homers, four runs and six RBIs. Both home runs came on his first college start, which was capped off with a three-point shot to cap a win over Nanuet.
Robbie Gilchrist, North Salem
The senior did it all for the Tigers, going 2-0 with 18 strikeouts while allowing just four hits and an earned run in 8⅔ innings. He also went 7 for 13 with four doubles and five RBIs, including a two-run homer.
Ethan Jacquette, Bronxville
The junior went 4-for-5 with a double, a home run, two walks, six runs, five RBIs and four stolen bases in a pair of wins.
Josh Kaplan, Suffern
The senior went 10 of 13 in four games, all Suffern wins. He had four extra hits, two walks, five runs scored and 12 RBIs. He also picked up a win on the mound against Carmel, striking out seven in the process.
Mike Korchinski, Albertus Magnus
The senior, who caught every inning in a 3-0 week for the Falcons, had five hits – a triple – and seven RBIs. He had the hit in a comeback win over Clarkstown South.
Luke Marino and Rohan Patel, Stepinac
A big part of Stepinac’s strong start was the quality of the tee shot. These two starters combined to pitch 10⅔ innings and allowed two runs while striking out 18.
Nick Mazzotta, Catholic Kennedy
As the Gaels continued to win behind extinguished pitchers, the senior shortstop fueled the offense. He went 4 for 6 with five RBIs in a pair of CHSAA wins over Stepinac and Cardinal Hayes. Mazzotta threw two long homers against Stepinac.
John Nisco, Sleepy Hollow
The senior went 11 for 16 with five extra hits (including the No. 3 home run), eight runs scored and eight RBI for the week. He had seven hits and six RBIs alone in a doubleheader on Saturday.
Jack Raspanti, Pearl River
The senior receiver, a team captain, led the Pirates to a 4-1 week. He hit .583 (7 for 12) with a triple, a home run, nine RBIs and seven runs scored.
Josh Shea, Hen Hud
The senior went 2-0, posting wins over Mahopac and Yorktown. He pitched 13⅓ innings, allowing just two earned runs on nine hits, two walks and 18 strikeouts.
George Vallecillo, Brewster
The second shut out Lourdes in six innings and struck out 12 and also scored an RBI brace in the 6-1 victory.