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.

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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 – Spencer Aukamp, Sr., QB, St. Joseph’s-Montvale

One of the state’s top quarterbacks, Aukamp threw for 206 yards and a touchdown on 14-for-26 passing and also ran for 53 yards in a 38-14 win for the No. 1 Green Knights over DePaul in a showdown between the state’s top two teams.

Field hockey – Carol Middough, Sr., F, Shore Regional

Middough scored three goals and had an assist in a 5-0 win over Freehold Boro to give Shore Regional its 15th straight Shore Conference Tournament title and 19th overall. She also set the single-season school record with 62 goals for one of the state’s top programs. Her 62 goals is the sixth-highest single-season total in New Jersey history.

Boys soccer – Ryan Hammer, Jr., F, Manalapan

Hammer scored both goals, including the game-winner in the 65th minute to power a 2-1 comeback win over Rumson-Fair Haven to give Manalapan the Shore Conference Tournament championship, its first since 2006 and third in school history.

Girls cross country – Josette Norris, Sr., Tenafly

Committed to the University of North Carolina, Norris became the first girl in state history to run under 18 minutes at Darlington Park in Mahwah twice when she won the Bergen County Meet of Champions title with a time of 17:57, 52 seconds faster than the second-place finisher.

Girls soccer – Sydney Rosa, Jr., F, East Brunswick

Rosa scored two second-half goals to power a 2-1 comeback victory over Old Bridge to give the Bears the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament championship, their 26th in program history.