St. Francis athletic award winners
Mark Mesiha (10), shown in this file shot was named St. Francis’ male athlete of the year. BPSN photo.
Sophia Al-Kayed and Mark Mesiha were named St. Francis’ athletes of the year.
Al-Kayed competed in basketball, soccer and squash while Mesiha was on the basketball and soccer squads.
Following are the rest of the high school’s athletic award winners:
Junior girls basketball: Rachel Bufalino, outstanding leadership.
Senior girls basketball: Abby Ruetz, MVP.
Boys cross country: Samuel Nolan and Nicholas Young, outstanding performance.
Football: Ethan Reid, outstanding offensive player; Mitchell Demers, outstanding defensive player.
Golf: Joshua Holjak, boys outstanding effort.
Tennis: Cory Monterosso, boys outstanding performance; Dylan Wall and Alexandra Bula, girls outstanding performance.
Boys volleyball: Quinton Duemo, junior outstanding performance; Alexander D’Elia, senior outstanding performance.
Boys basketball: Grady Vandersloot, junior outstanding leadership; Tyrell MacLennan, senior MVP.
Curling: Evan Garland, boys most improved; Margret Akinlosotu, girls outstanding participation.
Hockey: Nick Young, varsity boys MVP; Matteo Costantini, junior boys MVP; Carly Thurston, girls outstanding leadership
Ski club: Wyatt Disher, most enthusiastic.
Swimming: Rebeca Hayden, girls outstanding commitment; Hunter Young, boys most improved.
Girls volleyball: Jenna Pasquale, junior outstanding effort; Lydia Seif, senior outstanding performance.
Badminton: Lydia Seif, girls outstanding participation; Cory Monterosso, boys outstanding effort.
Baseball: Cole Carpenter, MVP.
Slo-pitch: Chantal Girard, MVP.
Rowing: Keeghan Shanahan,novice oarswoman of the year; Maceo Tripodi, novice oarsman of the year; Grace Gill, junior oarswoman of the year; Luka Kartvelishvili, junior oarsman of the year; Francesca Siconolfi, senior oarswoman of the year; Stuart Wing and Hunter Young, senior oarsman of the year.
Soccer: Sophia Al-Kayed, girls outstanding performance; Alex D’Elia, boys outstanding performance.
Squash: Cory Monterosso, outstanding performance.
Track and field: Nicholas Young, boys MVP; Teresa Spedaliere, girls MVP.