With the Memorial Day holiday, we are releasing the survey later than usual and announcing the winner one day late. However, it’s time to vote for Lohud High School Baseball Player of the Week.
This week’s voting will last until 2 p.m. Wednesday, so take a look at the candidates and their credentials and vote for the player you think deserves the honor most.
We’ll announce the winner at 6 p.m. Wednesday on lohud.com.
If you can’t see the poll, click here to vote.
Jack Cahill, Albertus Magnus
In what has been a 3-0 week for the Falcons, the junior went 6 for 7 with a home run and nine RBIs. He has won several matches in victories over Tappan Zee and Nanuet, including an RBI four-way match against Tappan Zee. He also hit a three-run homerun against Nanuet.
Spencer Dessart, Bronxville
The senior right-hander pitched a two-hitter and struck out 18 goals in a 2-0 win over Saunders. He also went 4 for 8 at home with a double, a triple, three runs scored, five RBIs and a stolen base.
Jackson DiLorenzo, Panas
The sophomore threw a grand slam to lead the seventh in what turned out to be a 4-3 win over Hen Hud on Tuesday. The right-hander didn’t need such drama in the rematch when he pulled out 12 to claim a 4-1 win this weekend.
Zach Marrone, Mamaroneck
The senior hit a pair of clutch home runs to fuel the Tigers to league wins last week. First, Marrone hit a three-run homerun in an 8-0 win over New Rochelle, then he hit a two-run shot in a 4-0 win over White Plains.
John Nisco, Sleepy Hollow
The junior had six hits last week, including one home run and three doubles. He also scored five runs and got five RBIs and is now batting .509 this season.
Tony Roman Jr., Port Chester
Roman completed 10 races last week in just three games for the Rams. He went 5 for 9 at home with two doubles, a triple and a grand slam.
Max VanZetta, North Clarkstown
VanZetta reached base six times in three games last week, but he earned a nomination for an eight RBI game against Pearl River. VanZetta, who also had a brace and three walks for the week, threw a grand slam to start her big day at home.
Kevin Weitman, Yorktown
The senior improved to 7-0 for the season while throwing full games against Mahopac and Carmel. Weitman finished the week allowing no earned runs on 11 hits and a walk while cutting eight innings in 14 for the Huskers.
Derek Woods, rye
The junior had a big week on the mound and on the plateau for the Garnets. He allowed a earned run on six hits and struck out nine runs in 10⅔ and went 8 for 11 with two homers and nine RBIs at home. He had three hits, including a home run, and pitched a full game in a win over Hen Hud.