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Four champions were crowned over the weekend.

Surprisingly, there was very little drama in any of the Section 1 finals, but a number of players from all teams involved stood up and stood out. Before we jump into regionals, we’re spotlighting four individuals who played a starring role in a title win.

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Iona Prep’s K.J. Delane, Somers’ Miguel Iglesias, Tappan Zee’s Robert McKiernan, North Rockland’s Kevin Devine, Iona Prep’s Jack Dougherty, Fordham Prep’s Jack Freel and Byram Hill’s Michael Oronzio are the previous winners.

Scarsdale’s Colby Baldwin (1) gets between Mamaroneck’s Will Schlamme (12) and Brady Auker (15) during the Section 1 Class A championship game at Lakeland High School in Shrub Oak May 27, 2022. Scarsdale won the game 12-7.

Class A: Scarsdale caps season-long comeback with win over Mamaroneck

Class B: Rye goes back-to-back against Yorktown, moves the bar higher

Class C: Pelham solves Pearl River, runs away with the Section 1 title

Class D: Class C: Briarcliff was ready for the moment and took down Bronxville 

Colby Baldwin, Scarsdale

The junior midfielder is the reason behind the repeat. He came up with 18 faceoff wins during a 12-7 victory over Mamaroneck in the Section 1 Class A championship. Baldwin also had two goals and one assist.

Rye's John Hartzell Jr. (44) celebrates with his teammates and the Section 1 plaque after defeating Yorktown 14-6 in the boys lacrosse Section1 Class B championship game at Lakeland High School in Shrub Oak May 26, 2022.

Rye’s John Hartzell Jr. (44) celebrates with his teammates and the Section 1 plaque after defeating Yorktown 14-6 in the boys lacrosse Section1 Class B championship game at Lakeland High School in Shrub Oak May 26, 2022.

Johnny Hartzell, Rye

The senior midfielder and faceoff specialist ended the notion of a Husker comeback, winning 20 of 23 faceoffs during a 14-6 win over Yorktown in the Section 1 Class B championship.

Pelham's Chris Franchini (13) fires a shot for a first half goal in front pf Pearl River's Sean Miller (9) during the boys lacrosse Section 1 Class C championship game at Lakeland High School in Shrub Oak May 26, 2022. Pelham won the game 14-6.

Pelham’s Chris Franchini (13) fires a shot for a first half goal in front pf Pearl River’s Sean Miller (9) during the boys lacrosse Section 1 Class C championship game at Lakeland High School in Shrub Oak May 26, 2022. Pelham won the game 14-6.

Chris Franchini, Pelham

The junior attackman drove the getaway car. He delivered four goals and two assists for the Pelicans, who pulled away from Pearl River in the second quarter, posting a 14-6 win in the Section 1 Class C championship game.

Briarcliff's Brandon Rispoli (2) fires a shot for a first half goal against Bronxville during the Section 1 Class D championship game at Lakeland High School in Shrub Oak May 27, 2022. Briarcliff won the game 14-4.

Briarcliff’s Brandon Rispoli (2) fires a shot for a first half goal against Bronxville during the Section 1 Class D championship game at Lakeland High School in Shrub Oak May 27, 2022. Briarcliff won the game 14-4.

Brandon Rispoli, Briarcliff

The senior attackman was a next level catalyst for the Bears, who three-peated, collecting six goals and two assists in a redemptive 14-5 win over Bronxville in the Section 1 Class D title game.

Mike Dougherty covers boys soccer, boys lacrosse, girls basketball and golf for The Journal News/lohud.com. He can be reached at [email protected], or on Twitter @hoopsmbd, @lohudlacrosse, @lohudhoopsmbd and @lohudgolf.

This article originally appeared on Rockland/Westchester Journal News: Vote for the lohud boys lacrosse player of the week