Will Henle, Northport, bowling: The junior captain rolled his first career 300 in Game 2 of a 665 series to lead Northport (7-6) in a League II win over Commack.
Sarah Ciresi, Bethpage, gymnastics: The junior took first place in the all-around with a 34.9 and won the uneven bars with a 9.25 for Bethpage (7-0) in a Conference I win over Long Beach. Ciresi has won the all around in all seven of her dual meets this season.
Justin Plaschka, Hauppauge, swimming: The junior broke three school records in Hauppauge's 103-78 loss to Smithtown. Plaschka won the 200-yard IM in 1:54.26, swam a 21.03 in the 50-yard freestyle, and set the school record in the 100-yard breaststroke, swimming a 1:01.11.
Jesse Dellavecchia, East Islip, wrestling: Went up in weight from 99 to 106 pounds to defeat Suffolk runnerup Steven Lee of West Babylon, 4-3, in the Redmen's 70-12 win.
Dayshawn Taylor, Longwood, track: The junior won the Large Schools 55-meters at the Suffolk Last Chance meet. He timed 6.80.
Chris Araoz, Wantagh, wrestling: He decisioned Justin Cooksey of MacArthur, 10-6 at 126 pounds, as the Warriors defeated the Generals 45-16 for the Nassau dual-meet championship.
Ryan Udvadia, Shoreham-Wading River, track: The junior won both the Small Schools 1,600 meters (4:31.34) and 3,200 meters (9:39.57) at the Suffolk Last Chance Meet.
Calvin Mora, Brentwood, wrestling: He defeated Rich Pollina of Commack, 4-3 at 220 pounds in double overtime as the Indians edged Commack, 36-35.
Mike Guzzardi, Mt. Sinai, boys basketball: He scored 23 points, including the 1,000th of his career, and the winning layup in overtime of a 58-56 victory over Miller Place.
Tidell Pierre, Hempstead, boys basketball: He scored 22 points, with 11 rebounds and six assists, in the Tigers' 49-45 upset of Farmingdale.
Chris Burkley, Harborfields, boys basketball: He tied a school record with nine three-pointers and totaled 31 points in the Tornados' 85-56 victory over Eastport-South Manor.
Boogie Brozoski, Long Island Lutheran, girls basketball: The sophomore scored her 1,000th career point in a 56-35 victory over St. John the Baptist.