#7 Taylor Carney/Olean Softball
We start this week's countdown with Taylor Carney of Olean. She pitched a two-hitter as the Huskies eliminated top-seeded City Honors in the Class B playoffs.
#6 Ray Clogston/Newfane Baseball
Ray Clogtson of Newfane checks in at number six. The senior hit for the cycle for the first time in his career and scored four runs in the Panthers win over Allegany-Limestone in the Class B semifinals.
#5 Ronald Bautista/Grover Cleveland Baseball
We stay on the diamond for number five and Grover Cleveland's Ronald Bautista. The junior pitcher fanned 14 Lafayette batters and had a three-run double as the Presidents captured their first Cornell Cup since 1992.
#4 Ray Peoples/Cleveland Hill Track & Field
Number four is Ray Peoples of Cleveland Hill. Ray won the 100 and 200 at last weekend's ECIC Track & Field Championships and broke the ECIC record in the 200 with a time of 21.7 seconds Monday's Little 4 meet.
#3 Jamie Wallschlaeger/Gowanda Baseball
Jamie Wallschlaeger of Gowanda is number three. He went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI as the Panthers knocked off top-seed Newfane on Thursday. He also picked up two pitching victories, going the distance against Akron and Fredonia.
#2 Chelsea Plimpton/Williamsville South Softball
Williamsville South's Chelsea Plimpton is number two. In three wins this week, she recorded her 75th and 76th career shutouts and pitched her 10th career perfect game to take ownership of the state record in both categories.
#1 Joe Resetarits/Hamburg Lacrosse
And this week's top spot goes to Joe Resetarits of Hamburg. The junior led the Bulldogs with five goals and four assists against Williamsville South and had five points in the win over Sweet Home. He leads the Bulldogs with 62 goals and 98 points this season.
Congratulations Joe Resetarits, this week's Super 7 Athlete of the Week.