Honoring top senior male athletes

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Tayvon Hall (West Hempstead)
Hall made his presence felt on the football field and track for the Rams, earning All-County honors in both sports. He’ll play football at Maine after racking up 41 career touchdowns, including 20 as a senior to go along with more than 1,600 rushing yards. His track resume includes a county outdoor title and state qualifier win in the Long Jump.

David Hawley (South Side)
The Conference II-A MVP and a finalist for the Diamond Award, Hawley was arguably the best leadoff hitter in the county this spring and helped the Cyclones to a conference title. He batted .473, with an on-base percentage of .585, with 35 hits and 25 steals without being caught. The All-County center fielder is set to attend Nassau Community College.

Travais Hylton (Baldwin)
An electrifying three-sport athlete, Hylton is set to play baseball at Tuskegee University in Alabama after ranking among Baldwin’s leaders in almost every offensive category. He also proved a handful on the gridiron, scoring 13 touchdowns, as well as the hardwood by leading the Nassau Class AA champion Bruins in assists, steals and three-pointers while averaging 12 points per game. 

Anthony Martelli (V.S. North)
A three-sport standout who quarterbacked the Spartans to a spot in the Conference IV title game, Martelli is headed to NYIT’s baseball program after earning Nassau’s top individual honor — the Diamond Award. The shortstop/pitcher hit .505 with 35 RBIs and 20 steals, and went 4-0 on the mound. His nine homers, including four in the playoffs, led all of Long Island.

Treyvon Mask (Baldwin)
Mask, who is headed to the University of Buffalo on a track and field scholarship, won the Nassau Class AAA 400 Hurdles title this spring and has been a part of several winning relays. Mask also enjoyed a huge season on the gridiron as a senior. He had 17 touchdowns and helped the team to the Conference I championship game. 

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