Vote for the NJ1015 HS Athlete of the Week [3/14]
NJ101.5 is doing something very special this year to honor those special athletes who excel in any given week in their respective sport. YOU help determine the weekly winner. It’s time to cast your vote in this week’s NJ1015 High School Athlete of the Week.
Here are this week’s top athletes you can vote for:
Wrestling – Andrew Stevens, Sr., 285, Camden
Stevens decisioned Robbinsville’s Tyler Gildner 3-0 in the 285-pound final at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City at the NJSIAA Championships to become Camden’s first wrestling state champion in history. He finished the season a perfect 37-0.
Boys basketball – Jack Herrmann, Sr., G, Rumson-Fair Haven
Herrmann had 23 points and 10 rebounds in a 72-54 upset of second-seeded Lakewood and then poured in a game-high 23 points in a 71-69 win over sixth-seeded Willingboro to lead Rumson to the Central Jersey Group II final as the No. 10 seed. Herrmann also scored his 1,000th career point in the Bulldogs’ last regular-season game before the state playoffs started.
Girls basketball – Stephanie Davis, Sr., F, Weequahic
Davis posted a rare quadruple-double with 16 points, 15 rebounds, 11 assists and 10 steals to help second-seeded Weequahic knock off third-seeded Lincoln, 59-41, in the NJSIAA North Jersey II, Group II semifinals. Weequahic is now one win away from its first sectional title in school history.
Ice hockey – Zach Flake, Sr., Goalie, Morris Knolls
Flake capped a tremendous state tournament with 25 saves in a 2-0 win over Bridgewater-Raritan that gave Morris Knolls the NJSIAA Public A championship. He finished the season with six shutouts, including four in the state playoffs, and stopped 89 of the 91 shots he faced in the tournament to help his team win its first state title since 2005.
Wrestling – Johnny Sebastian, Sr., 182, Bergen Catholic
Sebastian defeated Brearley’s Joey Balboni 6-4 in overtime at 182 pounds to win the third state title of his career and earn Outstanding Wrestler honors at the NJSIAA Individual Championships in Atlantic City. Sebastian, who is headed to Northwestern University, finished the season 38-2.
**Now it’s time to cast your vote for your favorite! Vite as often as you like for your favorite. Voting ends Friday 3/14 at noon.