Holy Spirit speedster Asia Young is our latest 97.3 ESPN High School Athlete of the Week winner. Congrats to her!

Meanwhile, this week, we have a new set of local student-athletes who shine on their respective fields, and each is now in the running to take home this week’s Athlete of the Week award.

You can cast your vote below as many times as you’d like, and then you can hear the winner announced live on the South Jersey Sports Report with Mike Frankel every Saturday morning beginning at 9:00.


Marquese Bell, Track and Field, Bridgeton - The sophomore cleared 6-foot-10 to become the top high jumper in the state at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.

 

Anthony Boselli, Baseball, Holy Spirit - The senior had a three-run triple to lead the Spartans to their first South Jersey championship in 31 years - he also had 3 hits in the semifinal game.

 

Rachel Stremme, Track and Field, Ocean City - The Penn recruit ran the anchor leg on the Raiders 4x800 meter relay team that won its 2nd straight state championship.

 

Carly Testa, Softball, St. Joseph - The Caldwell recruit had 2 hits in the first inning as the Wildcats scored nine times in the opening inning to win their second straight South Jersey championship - she reached base 4 times and scored 3 runs.

 

Denny Brady, Baseball, Buena - The East Carolina recruit pitched a 4-hitter, struck out 14 and had a double & 2 singles to lead the Chiefs to their 3rd South Jersey title in 4 years.

 

Caleb Williams, Track and Field, St. Joseph - The senior won the 200 meters to help the Wildcats win the state championship, he then finished second in the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.