Holy Cross’ athletic award winners
Marissa Valla and Noah Jesik were named Holy Cross’ female and male athletes of the year.
Following are the rest of the school’s athletic award winners:
Football: Luke Etherington, offence; Zac Bechard, defence; Wyatt Richie, The Robert Ferrelli Memorial Award.
Senior girls basketball: Caleigh Cunningham, MVP.
Senior boys basketball: Reuben Eshuis, outstanding leadership and dedication.
Junior boys basketball: Lucas Muon, rookie of the year; Johnny Pilliterri, The Jamie Fiocca Award.
Junior girls basketball: Emma Hemphill, MVP.
Senior girls volleyball: Alicia Mutch and Chiara Vanderzalm, MVPs.
Junior girls volleyball: Alicia Nichols, MVP.
Senior boys volleyball: Noah Jesik, MVP.
Boys hockey: Noah Jesik, outstanding leadership.
Girls hockey: Marisa Valla, MVP; Michela Belchior, outstanding leadership.
Curling: Nicholas Damiano, outstanding leadership.
Badminton: Emily Mindzak, outstanding leadership.
Girls soccer: Alicia Mutch, outstanding program contribution.
Boys soccer: Mateo Puentes, outstanding program contribution; Harrison Salter, The Jon Kovachs Memorial Award.
Baseball: Connor Rempel, outstanding program contribution.
Boys lacrosse: Noah Jesik, senior program contribution.
Girls lacrosse: Marissa Valla, Michela Belchoir and Meagan Mahoney, senior program contribution.
Golf: Bruce DeLuca, outstanding performance.
Squash: Gage Meller, outstanding participation.
Cross country: Taurie Cunningham, novice female outstanding performance; Ella Duguay, senior female outstanding performance.
Ski/snowboard club: Bryden Mathias, outstanding improvement.
Tennis: Hannah Kumarage and Amelie Merrill, outstanding leadership.
Rowing: Natalie Szewczyk, senior female outstanding performance; Evan Smith, junior male outstanding performance; Rocky Pepe, senior male outstanding performance; Trinity Griese, junior female outstanding performance; Jose Restrepo Jimenez, coxswain award for outstanding performance; Nina McGregor, Kristen French Memorial Award.