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Scholar/Athlete honors for Medina teams

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 27 June 2014 at 12:00 am

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TENNIS – Compiling a composite grade point average of 95.9 members of the Medina High varsity tennis squad have earned a New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete Team Award. In front are Tristan Sanders, Mike Griffin, Chris Keller, Tom Horgan, Kevin Capstick and Victoria Schicker. In the back row are Nick Bogan, Xion Baes, Addison Zavitz, Kristian Snyder, Brian Bogan and Brandon Harris.

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SOFTBALL – Members of the Medina varsity softball squad have achieved a composite grade point average of 92.051 to earn a New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete Team Award. In front are Hailey Jakubowski, Emily Kams and Allison Bensley. In the back row are Kelsey Evoy, Elizabeth Meyer, Bailey Allen and Amanda McCauley. Missing from the photo are Emma Ambrose, Emilee Austin, Carolann Tournier and Mackenzie Wright.

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GIRLS TRACK – Achieving a composite grade point average of 96.859 members of the Medina High girls track and field squad have earned a New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete Team Award. In front are Kathryn Bilicki, Martha Gardner, Elizabeth Newman, Kyla Leno, Madison Holland and Morgan Roach. In the back row are Taylor Miller, Katie Young, Molley Gross, Madeline Winters, Cassandra Sargent and Emma Gardner. Missing from the photo are Alicia Cochrane, Briana Bellan and Tessa White.

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BOYS TRACK – Members of the Medina boys track and field squad have compiled a composite average of 96.106 to earn a New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete Team Award. In front are Matt Prawel, Barry Rogenmoser, James Soha and Federico Rosario. In the back row are Zach Harris, Scott Barber, Matt Cochrane, Colm Cooper and Ryan Leffler. Missing from the photo are Austin Brown, Zach Laird, Anthony Pane and John Derting.