Blue Devils Capture State Scholar-Athlete Awards

The New York State Public High School Athletic Assn. honored Huntington teams and athletes.

November 29, 2017

Ten fall varsity athletic teams at Huntington High School have earned prestigious New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete Awards based on the grade point averages of respective team members.

Huntington’s girls’ swimming and diving, field hockey, girls’ cross country, boys’ cross country, golf, girls’ soccer, boys’ soccer, girls’ tennis, girls’ volleyball and boys’ volleyball all received state scholar athlete team awards. Dozens of individual Blue Devil athletes were also recognized.

To receive team recognition, the team’s average GPA for 75 percent of the roster must be equal to or greater than 90.00. Higher athlete GPAs can be used offset lower ones. However, only students with a 90 or above receive scholar athlete pins, even if a student with a lower GPA was used in the calculation.

Although the Blue Devil varsity football squad didn’t qualify for the scholar athlete team award, a dozen individual players were recognized as state scholar athletes after spectacular classroom performances during the recent fall season.

“This is a wonderful honor for our hardworking student-athletes,” said Georgia D. McCarthy, district director of health, physical education and interscholastic athletics. “These young men and women have set high goals for themselves, both athletically and academically and we are very proud of them.”

Huntington’s individual NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Award recipients include:

Girls’ swimming and diving: Patricia Arceri, Hannah Bailin, Gretel Cassell, Caelan Clayton, Gaia D’Anna and Sasha Koulakova.
Field hockey: Brooke Biernacki, Lianna DeChiaro, Madelyn Kye, Lauren LoScalzo, Morgan Minicozzi, Julie Rogel, Kaitlyn Sage, Maya Santa-Maria, Anna Wickey and Holly Wright.
Girls’ cross country: Nicole Arenth, Katherine Burton, Hadley Clayton, Yasmin Khilji-Neal, Alexandra McKenzie, Christina Nigro, Diya Rai-Gersappe, Valerie Rogel, Ella Siepel and Erika Varady.
Boys’ cross country: Robert Caputi, Christopher Carmen, Matthew Fallon, Aidan Heller, David Marroquin-Lopez, Ethan Mcguinness, Andrew McKenzie, Gabriel Medina-Jaudes, Nicolas Sanin, John Segreti, Jason Verville and Graham Young.
Golf: Kyle Chin, Kyle Colleluori, Tyler Gerbavsits, Jack Giamo, Matthew Giamo, John Lourenso, Mackenzie McManus, Anthony Puglisi, Joseph Sclafani and Patrick Sclafani.
Girls’ soccer: Nicole Abbondandelo, Christina Aureliano, Niamh Condon, Isabella Floro, Jordan Forte, Natalie Gonzalez Alexandra Lourenso, Ainsley Lumpe, Charlotte Maggio, Nicole Muszynski, Kiara Rafailan, Cathryn Ricciardelli, Katie Seccafico, Alyssa Sorensen, Marissa Stafford, Amber Stieve and Sarah White.
Girls’ tennis: Christie Baade, Ashlyn Case, Christiana DeLuca, Cameron Fehrs, Sara Frawley, Emma Grassi, Meagan-Elise Malone and Tallulah Pitti.
Boys’ volleyball: David Fredericks, Matthew Girimonti, Nicholas Inman, Christopher Martin, Candido Martinez, Joseph Mead, Raul Orozco, Samuel Roberts and Richard Rongo.
Girls’ volleyball: Kiara Gelbman, Alexandra Heuwetter, Catherine Jamison, Rachel Moss, Shaye O’Beirne, Madelyn Reed, Julia Rogan, Lindsay Saginaw and Isabella Toscano.
Boys’ soccer: Tyler Abedin, Natale Amato, Christian Bellissimo, Aidan Forbes, John Langton, Kolby Rappel, Julien Rentch, Nicholas Thompson and Joshua Yanuck.
Football: Natale Amato, Sam Bergman, Henry Cartwright, Ulixis Colato, Patrick Durand, Luke Eidle, Elay Galdamez- Santos, Jonathan Koumas, Alex LaBella, Trevan Meagher, Robert Meagher and Jack Stewart.

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