#7-Tyler Nelson/Jamestown Hockey
We start the coundtown with Tyler Nelson from the Jamestown hockey team. Tyler recorded two goals and an assist in Sunday's Western Large School Championship game.
#6-Jamal Webb/East Basketball
Number six is East High's Jamal Webb who led the Bulls with 26 points in last Friday's playoff win over Roy-Hart.
#5-Thomas Ruffino/Nichols Basketball
We stay on the hardwood for number five with Thomas Ruffino. He led Nichols with 22 points in the Vikings win over Canisius to earn a spot in this Sunday's Manhattan Cup Championship Game..
#4-Joelle Connelly/Pioneer Basketball
Joelle Connelly checks in at number four. She led Pioneer with 24 points, 24 rebounds, and 7 blocks as the Panthers claimed the Girls A-2 title...
#3-Nick Melligan/Niagara-Wheatfield Hockey
We go back to the frozen pond for number three. Niagara-Wheatfield's Nick Melligan had two goals and an assist as the Falcons wrapped up a perfect 22-0 season and the Western New York Club Large School title.
#2-Kacie Mills/Kenmore East Basketball
Kacie Mills of Kenmore East checks in at number two. She led the Bulldogs with 21 points in the win over Williamsville East for the Girls A-1 title.
#1-Isaac Patterson/Niagara-Wheatfield Swimming
And this week's Super 7 Athlete of the Week is Isaac Patterson of Niagara Wheatfield. Isaac anchored the team's three record-setting relay wins at last week's Section VI Championships as the Falcons became the first team to sweep since Orchard Park did it in the 1999-2000 season. He also finished second individually in the 50 free.
Congratulations Isaac Patterson, Super 7 Athlete of the Week.