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Thursday, July 24, 2014
Honoring top senior male athletes
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Steven Ryan/Herald
West Hempstead's Tayvon Hall will play football at the University of Maine.

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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