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June 11, 2013

Hickory lists 2013 scholar-athlete award winners

HERMITAGE — Hickory High Athletic Director Barb Dzuricsko recently announced that a total of 213 students (grades 9-12) earned Don McKay Scholar-Athlete awards.

To be eligible, students must maintain an A (93 percent or higher) grade-point-average through the academic year’s third 9-week grading period and compete in a PIAA-sponsored sport.

A total of 375 students competed in athletics this past year, Dzuricsko noted, meaning almost 57 percent qualified for the McKay Scholar-Athlete Award. Since the award’s inception, this is the highest total number of students to earn the honors, she reported.

Dzuricsko said students earning the awards can obtain them at her office, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Thursday, the next 2 weeks.

Following is the list of Scholar-Athletes:

SENIORS: Zachary Bair, Taylor Beck, Bryce Benic, Isaac Black, Camilyn Clemenza, Brianna Colbert, Kayleigh Collier, Michelle DeGerolamo, Matthew Delmonaco, Brant Dencher, Nicole DeSantis, Mark DiBattiste, Sarah Dorko, Jacque Faylo, Jocelyn Fiscus, Breanna Garthwaite, Nicholas Ghiates, Tyler Griffith, Rosalee Hearns, Mikaela Hicks, Joe Hines, Patricia Hinkson, Lauren Kizak, Alicia Koledin, Adam Kostka, Courtney Maniscalco, Shauna Marriott, Matthew Marzano Allyssa McClure, Robyn McGowan, Sharon Mettee, Nikki Morgenstern, Nelson Murphy, Michael Nardone, Allie Newmeyer, Kayla O’Kresik, Jeremy Orlik, Morgan Pellis, Nicholas Petrochko, Janet Plawky, Steven Piston, Brooks Pletcher, Calvin Pryts, Ashley Rose, Johnna Scheuermann, Tyler Schurko, Ciara Sonoga, Jarret Sonoga, Marcus Sonaga, Isaac Sutley, Victoria Tomko, Nick Vuich, Julia White, Derek Work, Abby Zreliak.

JUNIORS: Claire Abdul-Malak, Ashley Addicott, Nikki Arbanas, Evan Baughman, Elija Bombeck, Tom Cannon, Madison Collier, Ryan Elsey, Chris Galantis, Greg Galbo, Donte Green, Holly Grober, Brendan Hamilton, Erin Hoffacker, Alyssa Kostka, Sarah Lavoie, Brady Leunis, Luke Lewis, Wynter Linhart, Daulton Linton, Nathan Mastrian, Morgan McBride, Brett McBride, Chris McCown, Bailey McLaughlin, Rachel Mettee, Jamie Meyerowich, Chase Moretti, Chelsea Panin, Natalie Paoletta, Justin Peidle, Jenna Placzek, Ross Rosati, Heather Sabella, Jordan Shimmin, Melinda Sinkus, Michael Steach, Anthony Stigliano, Matthew Voytik, Zachary Walters, Trand Wright.

SOPHOMORES: Jackie Abraham, Austin Aikins, M.K. Bair, Rita Baldarelli, Kacie Beatty, Madison Bell, Annalise Bianco, Coulter Bishop, Kaitlyn Carpenter, Megan Chess, Patrice Clemenza, Billy Colbert, Noah Cole, Danielle Collier, Shanchi Dholu, James Dorko, Brianna Dzuricsko, Tess Elford, Hannah Fox, Cali Free, Michael Funera, Zach Gagliardi, Jordan Graves, MacKenzie Gruber, Jacob Hall, Sarah Harris, Kevin Hartenstein, Kyle Hartenstein, Brionna Henderson, Kyra Henderson, Ali Izzo, Gerald Koledin, Adam Krieder, Nichole LaCava, Brittany Lance, Noah Lapikas, Dominic Lenzi, Jacob Lineberger, Chelsea Marriott, Peter Martin, Evan Montgomery, Richard Murphy, Hallie Myers, Stephen Petrochko, Taylor Polanichka, Andrew Pursel, Breah Quatkemeyer, Brandon Rhoades, Victoria Russo, Amanda Saltsgiver, Justine Schultz, Haley Smith, Bella Spadafora, Megan States, Grace Stigliano, Sara Suler, Leah Svarney, Nicholas Tantuo, Theresa Tremmel, MacKenzie Weightman, Jackie White, Hope Wilterdink, Marissa Works.

FRESHMEN: Anna Abate, Taige Adler, Nathan Aikins, Chip Beck, Lexi Bible, Cailen Blaire, Isabelle Bleakney, Maggie Brown, Paige Brown, Kira Burkhauser, Alex Compeau, Matt Costello, Annie Cricks, Kristina David, Ethan Davis, Joey DeJulia, Simone Esters, Javon Flatt, Olivia Fustos, Hannah Gallagher, Lesley Gargano, Lauren Garthwaite, Austin Ghiates, Nate Goda, Katie Gustas, Abigail Hearns, Erin Hunter, Delaney Javens, Sam Kirila, Cameron Lawrence, Mikhaila Layshock, David Liszewski, Francesca Little, Jonathon Marrie, Nicole Marrone, Malayna Mason, Ryan Materna, Alexandra Maurer, Lauren McGonigle, Shaun McGowan, Abbey Murphy, Anthony Nardone, Alyssa Nichols, Reganne O’Brien, Colton Pellis, Andrew Pryts, Kaylin Shimmin, Haylee Sipos, Kaitlyn Slezak, John Smaltz, Michael Stefanick, Veronica Stefanick, Logan Stoots, Robert Thomas.

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