The "Fidelis Care High School Sports Athlete of the Week" program will recognize players who are stars on and off-the-field. Student athletes from the Capital Region, southern Vermont and western Massachusetts who demonstrate leadership, dedication and perseverance in school and in the community can be nominated by coaches, athletic directors and sports fans for this honor.
The program will recognize not only the best athletes on each team, but also those who dedicate time to youth groups, volunteer organizations, or have overcome a personal obstacle or illness.
Send your story ideas and nominations to the WNYT Sports Department at email@example.com.
Congratulations to all of our athletes!
Jessie Show is more than just a tremendous basketball player for Mekeel Christian Academy. She's also a great student who comes from a great family who gives back to her community. She is the perfect choice for this week’s Fidelis Care Athlete of the Week.
The Columbia High School senior's basketball accomplishments are well-documented but she is also part of school record relay teams in track.
There is a long line of success at Queensbury High School when it comes to skiing and our Fidelis Care Athlete of the Week only strengthens that chain. Eliza Blood grew up in a sport that is now part of her future.
Meet our latest Fidelis Care Athlete of the Week, Sarah Stewart from North Warren.
The La Salle Institute senior has been a big part of the Cadets' return to hockey success and his toughness was on full display in a game earlier this season.
The Stillwater High School senior has been a motivating and inspirational part of the bowling team in the wake of the loss of its head coach to cancer.
Jake Bundy has battled through knee pain and somehow continued to wrestle at a high level. Bundy is a three sport athlete at CBA who also finds time to give back to the community. Chris Onorato introduces us to this week’s Fidelis Care Athlete of the Week.
Nick Wilsey, a senior at Middleburgh Central School may strike you as a rare three sport athlete. From the crashing of bowling pins to the gruntwork of shot put to the gracefulness of golf.
The Shaker High School senior is unafraid of any challenge and proves it every day on the ice as she plays with two hockey teams and aspires to become a doctor.
The Waterford-Halfmoon High School senior has found a career path due to a life-threatening allergy he's dealt with his entire life and the 4-year varsity player recently joined the 1,000-pt club
The Averill Park senior has made speedy improvements to his indoor and outdoor track events and makes a big impact in the community as an Eagle Scout.
Watervliet senior Collin O'Brien's pre-match tendencies set him apart in the sport of wrestling, but on the mat he fits right in with a long line of successful Cannoneers' wrestlers.
Olivia Jack is an intersection of talent of work ethic. It's a path that could very well lead the Scotia-Glenville junior to the Olympics.
The sharpshooter from Saratoga Catholic draws inspiration from a family member, who while she was alive, was his biggest supporter
Andrew Murphy is a senior from Glens Falls, whose unique talents and personality on the football field leave the competition in its speedy wake.
The Hoosick Falls senior is as reliable as they come in the field hockey defensive backfield and the discipline she has in the sport, she uses every day in life and her pursuit of the Air Force or Naval Academy
The senior from Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville is known for much more than her play on the field.
The Shaker High School senior is making waves in Section 2 and New York State on her way to Johns Hopkins
The Shenendehowa High School senior delivers on the "straight power" he says his sport requires while keeping a straight A in the classroom
The Rensselaer High School senior is tough to tackle in football and in life
The Saratoga Springs High School senior soccer player has stepped up at home and continues to excel is school and in sports
Albany Academy junior swimmer Emily Murphy has overcome a series of surgeries for rare diseases and is back in the pool.
The Shenendehowa student has elevated his gymnastics skill level to a 10 and is coming off a state championship and third place finish at nationals
The Johnstown High School senior is a 3-sport star who maintains an "A" average and is part of the school's New Visions program, gaining real world medical experience at Nathan Littauer Hospital.
The Columbia high school junior soccer player is giving Albany city kids an opportunity to play the sport she loves through the Albany PAL.
The CBA senior quarterback is committed to play football at Harvard where he will also be a pre-med student.