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Vote now: Who should be SBLive Pennsylvania's high school athlete of the week (May 14-20)?

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Pennsylvania high school athlete of the week May 14-20

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Pennsylvania high school athlete of the week for May 14-20. Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Votes must be made in the poll and emailed votes will not count. If you would like to make a nomination in a future week, email

Ryan Apaliski, Hampton baseball

In a 9-0 win over Ringgold in a first-round game of the WPIAL playoffs, he struck out 17 hitters and took a no-hitter into the final inning.

Katie Armstrong, Burrell softball

In a 5-1 victory over Mohawk in the WPIAL Class 3A quarterfinals, she struck out 16 hitters and allowed just three hits in a complete game win.

Luca Bertolasio, Hickory baseball

In a win over Franklin, he hit a pair of homers and drove in five runs. He finished the day 4-for-5 at the plate.

Michael Cahill, East Allegheny baseball

Threw a complete game shutout and struck out 12 hitters in a 6-0 win over Waynesburg.

Jenna Clontz, Armstrong softball

Drove in all five runs as the River Hawks defeated Thomas Jefferson 5-3 in the WPIAL Class 5A quarterfinals. Three of her runs came on a homer in the third inning that gave Armstrong the lead for good.

Neely Hawn, Shady Side Academy girls lacrosse 

In the WPIAL Class 3A quarterfinals, she scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to beat Upper St. Clair 11-10.

Nathan Hugaboom, Honesdale baseball

The senior went 5-for-6 with a pair of doubles and six RBIs as the Hornets defeated Holy Cross 15-3.

Alivia Lantzy, Avonworth softball

In a 10-0 win over Central Valley, she allowed just two hits and struck out nine in five innings while also hitting a pair of homers and driving in four runs.

Rachel Lorson, Jersey Shore softball

In a 13-10 win over Shikellamy on Saturday, the senior had three hits including a double and a homer and drove in four runs.

Mackenzie Moore, Erie Cathedral Prep softball

The freshman went 3-for-3 with a pair of homers and five RBIs when the Ramblers beat Conneaut Area 11-2.

Zach Oliver, Blackhawk baseball

Ended the 5-4 win over Thomas Jefferson in the first round of the WPIAL playoffs by hitting a walk-off two-run double in the bottom of the ninth inning.

Owen Ostrowski, Canon-McMillan boys volleyball

Finished the game with 30 kills as the Bic Macs defeated Norwin in four sets in the WPIAL Class 3A quarterfinals.

Tyler Pitzer, South Fayette baseball

In a 7-0 win over Armstrong, he threw 6.2 innings, giving up just three hits and striking out eight. At the plate, he hit a home run in the first inning.

Luke Racop, Union City baseball

The freshman tossed a no-hitter and struck out nine batters in a 6-0 win over Eisenhower.

Lexi Rich, McDowell girls lacrosse

In a 16-6 win over Fairview, she found the net for the 100th time in her high school career.

Ben Ryan, Indiana baseball

Had four hits, including two doubles and a triple, and drove in four runs as Indiana beat Laurel Highlands 12-4.

Brady Rzodkiewicz, Harbor Creek baseball

Allowed just two hits and struck out 11 while not walking a single batter as the Huskies beat Seneca 6-0.

Lindsay Scheffler, Fox Chapel girls lacrosse

In a 12-7 win over Canon-McMillan, she scored four goals, including her 50th tally of the season.

Karen Sickle, Old Forge softball

In a win over Lakeland on Monday, she went the distance and struck out 15 while allowing just a pair of hits. And then on Wednesday in a five-inning win over riverside, she threw a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts.