Vote for the NJ1015 High School Athlete of the Week [10/28]
NJ101.5 is doing something very special this year to honor those special athletes who excel in any given week in their respective sport. And YOU help determine the weekly winner! It’s time to cast your vote for this week’s NJ101.5 High School Athlete of the Week.
Here’s how it the voting works: Each week, we have a new group of NJ student-athletes who have shined for their respective teams. You can cast your vote for your favorite athlete. Voting ends on Friday at NOON. Find out the winner when they are announced on NJ1015.com at 2pm. Each weekly winner will get a plaque and at the end of the school year we’ll honor all our winners with a very special awards banquet.
Football: – Khani Glover, Sr., RB, Jackson Memorial
Glover became just the second rusher in school history to go over the 300-yard mark with 303 yards and three touchdowns in a 62-44 win over Lacey that set the school single-game record for points.
Football: Ryan Adzima, Jr., QB, Wallington
Adzima exploded for 478 yards passing, going 28-for-42, and throwing for five touchdowns to power a 45-42 win over Weehawken. He has thrown for 2,213 yards and 22 touchdowns and also has run for four touchdowns in seven games.
Field hockey: Austyn Cuneo, Jr., F, Eastern
It was a special week for Cuneo as she scored three goals in an 11-0 win over Cherry Hill East to set the national scholastic record for career goals with 193. She passed Florence’s Lexi Smith, who finished with 191 in 2012. Making the record even more impressive is that Cuneo is only a junior.
Girls Soccer: Chrissy Weyrauch, So., F, Ridge
Weyrauch scored off a throw-in by teammate Gigi Cifelli two minutes into overtime to give Ridge a 1-0 win over Bridgewater-Raritan to win the Somerset County Tournament championship.
Boys Cross Country: Mike McClemens, Sr., Christian Brothers Academy
McClemens won the fastest race in state history, setting a course record at Ocean County Park in 14:43 over the 3.1-mile layout as four runners went under 15 minutes for the first time ever in a high school 5-K race in New Jersey. McClemens’ time is the second-fastest ever for a New Jersey high school cross country runner, and he led CBA to a team average of 15:04.4, the fastest in New Jersey history and No. 2 all-time nationally.