Vote for the Seacoast Athletes of the Week September 20-25

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Welcome to the third installment of Seacoast Athlete of the Week surveys for fall sports for boys and girls in 2021. Fans can vote for the nominees.

This week, and the weeks to come, you can vote for a female athlete and a male athlete of the week.

How can I vote?

Voting can be completed by the two ballots listed below.

Voting begins Monday September 27 and ends Thursday September 30 at midnight.

How do you know who wins?

The winners will be announced in an article published on Friday October 1 on seacoastonline.com and favor.com.

Can I nominate a candidate for the next polls?

Yes. Please nominate an athlete from Seacoast High School by emailing [email protected].

Here’s more information on nominees and polls for you to vote:

Boys:

Trevor Wozny, Marshwood, football:

Marshwood’s Trevor Wozny scored three goals in the Hawks’ 9-0 shutout win over Westbrook on Wednesday night.

Connor Allard, Exeter, golf:

Connor Allard helped Exeter win the four-team encounter on Wednesday as he shot a 32-medalist round at Rochester Country Club. Exeter totaled 184 and beat Dover (210), Spaulding (217) and Salem (229).

Cam Cornett, Marshwood, football:

The Marshwood High School football team improved to 3-1 during the season behind a trio of touchdowns by running back Cam Cornett. The senior star scored on a 61-yard pass, a 15-yard pass and added an 11-yard touchdown run. Cornett had 139 total yards.

Jeff Dekorne, Somersworth, football:

Following last week’s Player of the Week nomination performance by Somersworth starting quarterback Jeff Dekorne, he followed up with a three touchdown recall in Saturday’s 58-7 win over Bishop Brady in a division IV. Dekorne scored on a 71-yard rush and returned two interceptions for touchdowns, at 85 and 45 yards.

Hayden Henriksen, York, football:

York High School running back Hayden Henriksen had a momentous date on Friday as he couldn’t stop scoring. Henriksen scored five touchdowns to lead York to a 55-14 Class C victory over Westbrook for Homecoming. The versatile fullback rushed for 156 yards on nine attempts and caught 10 passes for 209 yards – all in the first half. Henriksen made three touchdown catches and ran for the other two scores.

Girls:

Isabelle Young, Marshwood, soccer:

Making her second consecutive appearance, Isabelle Young of Marshwood came back even stronger. Young scored six goals to lead the Hawks to a 13-0 loss to Westbrook on Tuesday.

Caroline Burke, Exeter, volleyball:

Caroline Burke was a force in Exeter’s 3-1 win over Timberlane on Tuesday, registering 33 assists, six digs and six aces. Then, 24 hours later, in a 3-1 Division I win over Portsmouth, Burke tallied 32 assists and 20 digs in Wednesday’s win.

Sara Camargo (16) from Oyster River hits the bridge with help from Kyla Chase of Pembroke.  (To file)

Sara Camargo, Oyster River, football:

Sara Camargo has kept Oyster River (4-0-2) undefeated this season as her hat trick and assist led the Bobcats to a 5-0 shutout victory over Plymouth in a Division II game. Camargo also got an assist in Monday’s 5-1 win over Pelham.

Sofia Ranalli, Portsmouth, football:

The Portsmouth High School Girls’ football team will be difficult to score as opposing teams take the pitch against them. In Thursday’s win, goalie Sofia Ranalli recorded her fourth cry of the season, in eight games, as the Clippers beat Concord 2-0 in a Division I game. Ranalli was also in goal for the 3 win. -2 from the Clippers against Windham on Tuesday.

Chloe Slovenski, York, volleyball:

York High School sophomore Chloe Slovenski made her presence felt as she collected 36 assists, two aces and two assists for the Wildcats in a 3-1 win over Kennebunk on Wednesday. In Monday’s victory, Slovenski collected nine aces and 15 assists.


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