Who was voted Athlete of the Week? See all the winners for the spring season!

Each week, we have many talented student-athletes turning in outstanding performances! See who was voted Boys and Girls Athlete of the Week in each of our spring polls here.

And make sure to cast your vote each week — the polls run from Tuesday evening until 8 p.m. Thursday!

Week 8: May 8- 14 *Final polls of the regular season!*

Girls Athlete of the Week: Lexi Waring, Council Rock South

Sophomore pitcher Lexi Waring pitched two complete-game no-hitters in one week.
Sophomore pitcher Lexi Waring pitched two complete-game no-hitters in one week.

The sophomore standout had an unforgettable week! Waring pitched two complete-game no-hitters in back-to-back starts against Souderton and Council Rock North.

In addition, Waring also shut down high-powered Archbishop Wood, holding the Vikings to one hit and no walks while striking out nine in 4 1/3 innings of relief to secure the Golden Hawks 4-3 win. In 20 innings of work that week, Waring gave up one earned run and struck out 35 batters.

Her dominance has carried over into the postseason, as she pitched a one-hit shutout, walking two and striking out seven, to lead the Golden Hawks to the first-round win over rival CR North in the first round of the District One Class 6A playoffs.

Boys Athlete of the Week: Tommy Bryson, Harry S. Truman

Tommy Bryson recorded his 500th career save for Harry S. Truman lacrosse
Tommy Bryson recorded his 500th career save for Harry S. Truman lacrosse

The senior made sure the Tigers ended their season on a good note. The goalie made 18 saves in net and recorded his 500th career save in the Tigers’ 10-7 win over William Tennent. The win ended a 34-game losing streak for Truman!

Week 7: May 1- 7

Girls Athlete of the Week: Tess Kearney, Hatboro-Horsham

The Hatters' senior was an impossible out at the plate, highlight by her hitting a grand slam that gave the Hatters a lead they wouldn’t lose against Cheltenham. She finished 2-for-3 with four RBIs and two runs scored.

In a win against Wissahickon, Tess went 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs and two runs scored, & she had two hits & two RBIs in a win over Upper Moreland. In addition, Kearney went 3-for-4 with one RBI against Abington and 3-for-3 with one RBI against Methacton.

In five Hatters’ wins in the past two weeks, Tess went 12-for-18 (.667) with 10 RBIs. She received a full 50 percent of the votes.

Boys Athlete of the Week: Jake Kozlowski, Neshaminy

The senior slugger came through with a clutch hit in Neshaminy’s game against CB West.  In the bottom of the seventh with the bases-loaded, Jake hit a walk-off RBI-single to drive in the winning run, giving Neshaminy the 6-5 win! He finished with three hits, a double and three RBIs. He received 39 percent of the vote.

Week 6: April 23- 30

Girls Athlete of the Week: Sienna Lawson, Central Bucks West

The junior pitcher has been nearly unhittable lately. In two starts last week, Lawson allowed a total of three hits, two walks and one earned run while striking out 22 batters. Both resulted in wins for the Bucks.

When facing SOL Patriot Division leading Pennsbury, Lawson gave up four hits and didn't walk a batter. She struck out nine, recording her 100th strikeout of the season, and gave up a lone earned run the pitchers’ duel which ended in a Pennsbury win. Earlier in the month, Lawson pitched a four-hit shutout with nine strikeouts in a complete-game 1-0 win against Souderton.

Boys Athlete of the Week: Owen Wheeler

The senior pitcher threw a complete-game no-hitter against CR South. Wheeler struck out 15 in the 5-0 win & celebrated the first no-hitter of his varsity career. In his next start, Wheeler gave up just two hits and struck out nine through 6 1/3 innings to secure the Titans’ 3-1 win over Bensalem.

Wheeler, a three-sport varsity athlete, also plays football and basketball for CB South. He has committed to the University of Maine for baseball.

Week 5: April 17- 22

Girls Athlete of the Week: Carlie Nydick, William Tennent

The junior pitched a gem against Lower Moreland, allowing just two hits while striking out seven and walking one in a complete-game shutout. In three appearances last week, including one in relief, Nydick gave up nine hits while striking out 14 and showed poise in working out of a bases-loaded jam without allowing a run to score.

Nydick’s coach noted how she has stepped up this season to become a leader on and off the field. In addition to providing support to her teammates, Nydick is known for her great sense of humor and keeps her teammates smiling.

Boys Athlete of the Week: Trevor Lugara, North Penn

The sophomore was in complete command against Neshaminy, giving up three hits in a complete-game shutout. He walked just one batter while striking out six in the 3-0 win. Fresh off of that standout performance, Lugara delivered another gem, giving up three hits and one walk in the Knights’ 3-2 win over CR South.

Week 4: April 9- 16

Girls Athlete of the Week: Averi Dockery, Pennridge

The sophomore threw a complete-game no-hitter, walking two and striking out 15, in the Rams’ win over CB West. Dockery had an RBI-double in the game, & in the Rams' win over CB East, she had a double, home run and 4 RBIs. Then, against CB South, Dockery gave up two hits and struck out 16, and also had a pair of hits, including a home run, & 4 RBIs to complete the Central Bucks sweep!

Boys Athlete of the Week: Jack Kennedy, Lansdale Catholic

The Crusaders goalie turned away 10 shots on goal and recorded a shutout in a 15-0 win against Roman.

Week 3: April 2- 8

Girls Athlete of the Week: Kayla Clarkson, Bensalem

The junior pitcher came up huge for the Owls against an undefeated Bristol team. Clark allowed just two hits while striking out 11 for a complete-game shutout, securing the Owls’ first victory of the season with the 2-0 win.In her next start, Clarkson struck out 15 batters, a team record for strikeouts in a game, leading the Owls to their second straight win.

Clarkson saw limited varsity time in her first two seasons, and mostly played in the outfield, but stepped up when the Owls needed a pitcher this season.

Boys Athlete of the Week: Michael Walsh, Holy Ghost

Trailing by one run in the seventh inning, Walsh delivered a two-out, two-run walk-off single to give the Firebirds a 3-2 win over Penn Charter.

Week 2: March 26- April 1

Girls Athlete of the Week: Brooklyn Roe, Villa Joseph Marie

The senior Jem scored her 100th career goal in Friday's game against New Hope-Solebury. Roe had seven goals, two assists, four ground balls and one draw control in the game. Earlier in the week, Roe, an Ursinus-commit, netted nine goals, along with four assists, in a win over Nazareth Academy.

“Brooklyn leads our team with compassion and understanding of how to help her teammates compete and play smart lacrosse,” head coach Stephanie Magnone said. “They look up to her for inspiration as well as bringing fun to the team.  She is a powerful midfielder who plays with such intensity and control that her opponents fear her. I look for Brooklyn to accomplish so much more this season and in her college playing career!”

Boys Athlete of the Week: Sam Lewis, Council Rock North

The senior scored his 100th career goal for Council Rock North in Thursday’s 10-9 win over Souderton.Lewis finished with six goals, including the game-winner. In their previous game, Lewis scored four goals and assisted on another three in a win over Truman.

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Girls Athlete of the Week: Brianna Slack, Bristol

Slack’s freshman season couldn’t have started any better. In her first two starts, Slack was splendid in the circle, allowing three hits and striking out 15 in the Warriors’ 3-2 win over Renaissance Academy. In another matchup against RA, Slack earned the victory after giving up four hits and striking out 13 in a complete game. She also had two hits and drove in three runs in the 6-3 win.

She received 48 percent of the vote.

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Boys Athlete of the Week: Geno Bianco, Lansdale Catholic

The Crusaders' senior slugger had a huge day at the plate against Jenkintown. Bianco was a perfect 4-for-4, which included a double and triple, and scored four runs hitting leadoff for the Crusaders in a 13-4 win. He also added an RBI and stolen base to his impressive stat line.

Bianco received half of all votes with 50%!

This article originally appeared on Bucks County Courier Times: Who was voted Athlete of the Week: Spring results Bucks, Montco