Medina student athletes earn School of Excellence Award
Medina High has earned an inaugural New York State Public High School Athletic Association School of Excellence Award for having at least 75 percent of its varsity teams earn a state Scholar-Athlete Team Award.
In all 15 of Medina’s 19 varsity squads earned the Scholar-Athlete Award over the past academic year. To earn a Scholar-Athlete Team Award 75 percent of the team’s roster must have an average of at least 90.
“It’s pretty impressive,” said Medina Athletic Director Eric Valley. “It was a pretty impressive year both academically and athletically.”
The Medina squads which earned Scholar-Athlete Team Awards include Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Girls Volleyball, Field Hockey, Golf, Cross-Country and Football Cheerleading during the fall season; Girls Basketball, Girls Swimming and Boys Swimming during the winter season and Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse, Girls Track and Tennis during the spring season.
One other N-O school, Wilson, also earned the School of Excellence Award.