The Staten Island High School Track and Field All Stars were announced this week.
Notre Dame Academy's Sierra Dinneen earned Athlete of the Year honors on the girls' side, while the NDA distance medley team claimed Relay of the Year.
Monsignor Farrell's Charles Crispi was the male Athlete of the Year, while St. Peter's DMR team took the relay of the year.
Susan Wagner's coaching staff collected Staff of the Year honors on both sides.
Girls' All Stars: Madelyn Rodriguez (New Dorp), Kathryn Altieri (Susan Wagner), Sierra Dinneen (NDA), Giavanna Comerford (NDA), Cassidy Williams (McKee/Staten Island Tech), Emma Newgarden (St. John Villa), Iniolowa Ogunfowara (Port Richmond), Sara Rutherford (St. Joseph-by-the-Sea), Jessica Prentice (ND), Nadirah Umrani Sanders (SW), Olivia DiTommaso (Hill).
Boys' All Stars: John Kelly (MF), Charles Crispi (MF), Will Cuthbertson (SW), Mahmoud Abdalla (SW), Jordan Thompson (SW), Enis Rama (SW), Michael Kieran (Sea), Steven Anzalone (Sea), Marc Carrera (SP), Ryan Tierney (SP), Domenick Joseph Boccia (SP).
Port Richmond's 4x200 relay team finished first at the Eastern State Championships with a time of 1:33.44
St. Joseph Hill's Olivia DiTommaso earned a second place finish at the Eastern State championships, hurling the javelin over 101 feet.
A quartet of Islanders helped lead the Xaverian JV baseball team to the city title game, where they ultimately came up short.
Mark Scamardella and Peter Ostensen hurled the Clippers past Monsignor McClancy, 3-0, and Monsignor Farrell, 4-2, en route to the final.
Scamardella fired seven shutout innings in the championship game before Archbishop Stepinac mustered its only run in the eighth inning for the win.
Fellow Islanders Chris Bailargeon and Joseph Paradise powered the Xaverian bats throughout the playoffs.