Roy-Hart presents annual athletic awards

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 10 June 2020 at 9:20 am

Contributed Photos Roy-Hart’s Athletes of the Year Kayla Hagen and Ozzy Moore

The accomplishments of Roy-Hart’s student/athletes over the past school year were recognized in an on-line slide show awards program released by the Athletic Department on Tuesday.

The Outstanding Athlete Awards were presented to seniors Kayla Hagen who competed in swimming, cross-country and tennis, and Ozzy Moore who competed in cross-country, swimming and track.

Hagen, who was named Niagara-Orleans League Female Swimmer of the Year, set school swim records in the 50 Freestyle, 100 Free and 100 Backstroke. She was also on the record setting 200 and 400 Freestyle Relay teams.

Moore earned first team N-O All-League honors in cross-country after placing third at the All-League meet. He also was on Roy-Hart’s winning 200 and 400 Freestyle Relay teams at the All-League swim meet.

Hagen and Will Rickard received the N-O League Scholar Athlete Award while Matt Scott and Samantha Choate received the Niagara PAL Award.

Kennedy Lang, Michael Huntington and Jamie Seib shared in receiving the Roy-HEART Award.

Noah Draper received the Bruno Pacini Award, Hagen the David Brown Memorial Award and Maddie Ciemny the Bill Holahan Coaches Award.

In addition, Will Rickard and Ed Hahn received the Brian Weaver Memorial Award, Reed Albee and Samantha Choate the Dan Seefeldt Memorial Award and Moore and Anna Rickard the Wally Sidebottom Senior Academic/Athletic Excellence Award.

Six Year Awards were presented to Hagen (swimming) and Kennedy Lang (cross-country).

A Five Year Award was presented to Madison Ohol (swimming).

Most Valuable Player Awards were presented to Gavin Ciarfella (wrestling), Kayla Hagen and Amanda Hill (girls swimming), Carter Green (boys swimming), Shelby Wolf (girls basketball), Tommy Ragonese (boys basketball), Maddie Ciemny (volleyball), Kara Choate (girls soccer), Aidan Bligh (boys soccer), Colin Dodge (boys golf), McCarthy Lang (girls golf), Mike Huntington (football), Sam Choate (field hockey), Ozzy Moore (boys cross-country) and Anna Rickard (girls cross-country).