Oak Knoll: Anabelle Brodeur, Field Hockey – This past week Anabelle had six goals and three assists as Oak Knoll outscored its competition 18-0 and went 3-0. The junior accounted for half of the team’s points and  is the second leading scorer on the Royals team. Against #12 Madison she had one goal and two assists, against #13 Ocean City she recorded two goals and one assist and against Glen Ridge she had three goals.

Oak Knoll: Bella Henry, Soccer – Last Monday Bella made five saves in the sudden death overtime against cross town rival Summit leading to a 3-2 victory. On Tuesday, the sophomore recorded nine saves against Scotch Plains in another double overtime 0-0 tie. On Thursday, she closed out the week with another nine saves against New Providence in a 1-0 victory.

Union: Jasmine Jourdian, Gymnastics –  Jasmine placed 6th on bars at the Cougar classic and has qualified as an All Around for State Sectionals. She has placed 1st All Around in four meets this year

Union: Isaiah Stewart, Football – Isiah has 23 Receptions for 383 yards including five touchdowns. On defense he has 36 Tackles and one interception.

Union Catholic: Jon DiDario has combined remarkable balls skills, tremendous leadership, great field vision and a booming right foot to become one of the top center midfielders in Union County this season. The Union Catholic junior has five goals and three assists, including two long goals off free kicks and two goals in a 3-0 victory over Brearley. But it’s what doesn’t show up on the stat sheets that separates DiDario from most players in the county. Union Catholic boys soccer head coach Tim Breza said DiDario, a co-captain on the team, is a natural leader who was born to play soccer.

Union Catholic: Olivia Szyszkiewicz’s greatest strength as a volleyball player is that she has no weakness and has a knack for delivering in the clutch. Szyszkiewicz, a junior at Union Catholic, can play any position on the floor, always rises to the occasion when her team needs her most, and is a big reason why Union Catholic is 13-2 this season and ranked No. 7 in the state. Szyszkiewicz, who has 90 service points, 39 aces, 89 kills and 74 digs this season, always plays her best when the stakes are highest. A perfect example of that came this past Friday (Oct. 5), when she had four aces, seven service points, 10 kills, and six digs to help spark Union Catholic to a straight sets victory over Demarest, the No. 2 ranked team in the state. Union Catholic Head Coach Nancy Saggio said Szyszkiewicz is a complete player who she can always rely on in the clutch.