It's time to take a look at the standout performers from Section V.
Your vote will determine who will be the Advantage Federal Credit Union's Athlete of the Week for Sept. 11-17. The players' credentials are listed above the poll — which will be live until 8 p.m. Tuesday. The winner will be announced on our Instagram page Wednesday morning.
Now, let's meet the candidates. And if the poll at the bottom of the page doesn't load, please click here.
A sophomore on the Webster Thomas field hockey team, she scored three goals and had an assist during a 9-0 win for the Titans over East Rochester.
McQuaid quarterback passed for three touchdowns and ran for another touchdown while the Knights defeated Fairport 35-28.
The Batavia Notre Dame girls volleyball star was named MVP of the 22nd annual Harley Allendale Columbia tournament. She led the team to first place and a 8-2 record on Saturday.
The Webster Thomas girls soccer star scored four goals and dished out two assists during a win over Rush-Henrietta on Sept. 11. Esders followed that up by scoring the game-winning goal in overtime of a 1-0 victory over Hilton on Wednesday.
Aquinas senior, who plays golf matches with the team at Mercy, was medalist of a match with Penfield after shooting a 4-under par score of 31 at Eagle Vale Golf Club.
Churchville-Chili running back scored two touchdowns while rushing for 120 yards on 22 carries during a 41-14 victory for the Saints.
Scored two goals for Penfield in a span of three minutes during the second half of the team's 2-0 soccer win over previously undefeated Spencerport. He also had an assist during a 3-0 win over Rush-Henrietta.
Pittsford Mendon field hockey player scored two goals and had an assist to help the Vikings remain undefeated with a 9-0 win over Irondequoit.
The Palmyra-Macedon swimmer won the 50 free and 100 back during a double dual meet against Spencerport and RCSD-United on Saturday, and won the 200 free during Thursday's win over Newark/Lyons.
The Rush-Henrietta tennis star came back to defeat Greece Athena's Erin McMichael 0-6, 6-4, 6-2 on Thursday.
Michael St. Denis
The Churchville-Chili boys volleyball star put down 21 kills and had three aces in Wednesday's win over Brockport, and 13 kills with four aces in last week's straight sets victory over Canandaigua.
Fairport junior scored three goals over two field hockey games, two against Hilton and a game-tying goal against Penfield that moved the matchup into overtime.
Bloomfield sophomore was medalist of four matches. He shot the lowest score at Crooked Pines Golf Club (39, including a bridie on the par-5 seventh hole), Lakeside Country Club (41), Parkview Fairways (41) and Bona Vista State Golf Course (41).
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