Athletes of the Month » February 2019

February 2019

Congratulations to our February Athletes of the Month!
Eric Long, Senior
Varsity Boys Basketball
 
"Eric is a dedicated team player that has given a tremendous effort this season. He has embraced his versatility on the court to help his team succeed as he was always willing to play hard in different positions. While averaging 8.2 points and 5.2 rebounds per game, Eric was selected to the New Life Holiday Shootout and Fannett-Metal Holiday all-tournament teams and was selected to play in the MIAC All-Star game." - Head Coach James DeStefano
 
Cassidy Perry, Senior
Varsity Girls Basketball
 
"Cassidy is an extremely dedicated teammate who has established a dominant role in our program as an all-around student-athlete. As she recently finished her high school career by becoming the all-time leading scorer with 1,780 points, Cassidy is also the all-time leading rebounder (1,109). Regardless of the school records she has set, Cassidy is a selfless player who thrives on challenges." - Head Coach Amy Mowl
Milana Bielucke, Junior
Indoor Track & Field
 
"With her steadfast commitment in practice, Milana has trained hard to improve her performance and endurance. She strives to become a fierce competitor in practice so that she can improve her personal best time in each competing event. Since the start of the season in November, Milana's personal best time has improved. At the most recent meet, Milana dropped her time from 9.1 seconds to 8.0 seconds in the 60 meters event." - Head Coach Ronnie Taylor
Laniece Oliver, Junior
Winter Cheerleading
 
"Laniece has always given us her best effort and works extremely hard. She has a positive attitude, adjusts to constructive feedback, and is always looking to improve on fundamentals. Laniece is a supportive teammate who genuinely cares for the team's success. She did a wonderful job performing at the ESDAA Cheerleading Competition." - Head Coach Aneesha Lane
 
Truth Dorsette, Junior
Varsity Wrestling
 
"Truth is a fearless wrestler and has proven his strength and speed by performing well in meets and invitationals. He is a passionate student of the sport, as he enjoys learning different techniques. Truth placed first in his weight class at the Willigan Wrestling Tournament and the Cougar Invitational." - Head Coach Joseph Abenchuchan, Sr.