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Athletic director recaps springs sports season



June 28, 2018 -- Michael Free, director of health and athletics for Marcellus Central School District, offers the following wrap-up of the spring 2018 athletic season:

Softball

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The team ended the season with a 15-3 overall record, winning the Liberty League Championship. The team qualified for sectionals but lost a tough game in the Section 3 quarterfinals to Camden, 5-7.

The OHSL awards went to the following Marcellus softball players: Isabel Rodolico and Emily Weeks (honorable mention); Hannah Durand, Aubrey Fraher and Emma MacLachlan (Second Team All-League); Caroline Trytek and Evelyn Webster (First Team All-League).

The team was recognized as an NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team, and individuals recognized as Scholar Athletes are: Alyssa Cook, Trisha Curtin, Emily Durand, Hannah Durand, Aubrey Fraher, Shannon Kellar, Emma MacLachlan, Elaina Mahoney, Jessica Majo, Caroline Trytek and Emily Weeks.

Baseball

The baseball team ended the season with a 10-10 overall record. They qualified for sectionals and played a hard fought game at Westhill in the quarterfinals but lost 2-10.

OHSL awards went to the following players:  Ben Beratta and Ryan Pierce (honorable mention); Ben McFall and Aiden Shea (Second Team All-League); and Matthew Spicer (First Team All-League).

The team was recognized as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team, and individuals recognized as Scholar Athletes are: Sam Grattan, Brayton Johnson, Max McAuliff, Patrick O’Hara, Ryan Pierce, Jack santariello, Aiden Shea, Jacob Walters, Hugh White.

Boys lacrosse

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The team ended the season with a 12-6 overall record and made it all the way to the sectional semi-finals, where they lost 4-12 to Camden.
OHSL awards went to the following players: Matt Connell, Matthew Reich, Wright Seeley and Ian Sylcox (honorable mention); Emmett Barry and Liam Tierney (Second Team All-League); Robert LoBello and Gabriel Van Order (First Team All-League); and Gabriel Van Order (All-CNY Award).

The team was recognized as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team, and individuals recognized as Scholar Athletes are: Luke Ingianni, Michael Kaczor, Sean Madden, Wright Seeley, Brian Suarez, Ian Sylcox, Liam Tierney and Sean Tierney.

Girls lacrosse

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The team ended the season with a 13-5 overall record. The team beat General Brown 21-10 in the sectional quarterfinals, but lost to South Jefferson 3-10 in the semi-finals. OHSL Awards went to the following players: Sarah Hutchings, Kaleigh Kemp and Rebecca Nutting (honorable mention); Taylor Reich, Grace Coon and Emma Hutchings (Second Team All-League); and Anna Vetsch, Lily Powell and Katherine Locastro (First Team All-League). 

The team was recognized as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team, and individuals recognized as Scholar Athletes are: Kenai Cameron, Grace Coon, Sarah Hutchings, Emma Hutchings, Kaleigh Kemp, Lillian Locastro, Katherine Locastro, Margaret Moses, Rebecca Nutting, Lily Powell, Taylor Reich, Anna Vetsch and Katy Wangsness.

Girls golf

The team was undefeated this spring with a 12-0 overall season record and the regular season OHSL Liberty League champions, the OHSL Liberty League Tournament Champions and the Section 3 Tournament Champions. For the second year in a row, Mary Colella
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qualified for and competed in the NYSPHSAA State Championship Golf Tournament. Mary played well in the State Tournament and was awarded the Sportsmanship Award for Section 3 at the State Tournament. Congratulations!

The team was recognized as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team, and individuals recognized as Scholar Athletes are:  Grace Alexander, Mackenna Caryl, Mary Colella, Anna Fern, Morgan Glass, Elizabeth Hammerschmidt, Erin Hass, Emma Holzwarth, Lauren Keyes, Kendall Koloski, Elise LaBombard, Nicole Losito, Colleen Marsh, Sophia Matthews, Megan Mitchell, Brooke Spaeth, Bronte Stahl and Ilah Welsh.

Boys golf

The team was undefeated this spring, with an 11-0 overall season record.  They are currently undefeated for the last three seasons and have a 35-0 win streak.  The boys were the regular season OHSL Liberty League champions and the Section 3 Champions. This year, Shawn Colella and Carter Austin qualified for and competed in the NYSPHSAA State Championship Golf Tournament. Carter placed 75th, and Shawn placed 23rd and was the top scorer from Section 3. Congratulations!

OHSL awards went to the following players. David Bosak, Patrick Morocco and Lee Piekiel Second Team All-League) and Carter Austin and Shawn Colella (First Team All-League). 

The team also was recognized as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team, and individuals recognized as Scholar Athletes are: David Bosak, Shawn Colella, Sam Hayduke, Sean Libera, Matt Mathieson, Pat Morocco, Lee Piekiel, Matthew Reagan, Justin Schoeneck, Lukas Stasyuk and John White.

Boys and girls track and field

Girls

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The girls team had several athletes qualify for and compete at the Section 3 Championship meet this spring: Morgan Gould and Olivia Bird in the 1,500-meter; Maggie Strempel in the 3,000-meter; Emma Stuart in discus; Hanna Dellostritto in shotput; Macie Szalach in 100-meter and 400-meter hurdles; Sophie Shaw in high jump; Alaura Cushman in the 400-meter; Macie Szalach, Alaura Cushman, Carolyn Carlic and Violet Moncavage in the 4 x 400 relay: Olivia Bird, Morgan Gould, Violet Moncavage, Emma Garn in the 4 x 800 relay. Julianna Szczech set a school record in the pole vault and went to the NYS Qualifier meet. Maggie Strempel also represented the team at the NYS Qualifier meet in the 3,000-meter.

The team was recognized as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team, and individuals recognized as Scholar Athletes are: Amy Francesconi, Lindsey Balman, Olivia Bird, Carolyn Carlic, Halley Dellostritto, Carly Frajda, Emma Garn, Morgan Gould, Olivia Kittelberger, Violet Moncavage, Emma Murphy, Faith Norstad, Audrey Plogman, Pimpisuth Sakulrungsap, Sophia Shaw, Meaghan Strempel, Emma Stuart, Macie Szalach and Alexandria Wennberg.

Boys

The boys team had several players qualify for and compete in the Section 3 Championship meet: Ryan White and Nick Patterson in the 100-meter; Ryan White in the 200-meter; Ethan Mosure in the 1,600-meter; Joe Riccardi in the 3,200-meter; Nick Roseboom in the 3,000-meter steeplechase; Kyle Brown in shotput; Jackson Masters and Dan Balman in the high jump; Nick Patterson in the long jump and triple jump; Riley Burns, Nick Patterson, Ryan White and Dan Balman in the 4 x 100 relay; Riley Burns, Dan Balman, Jackson Masters and Tom Hoey in the 4 x 400 relay. Nick Patterson qualified to compete in the NYS Qualifier meet in long jump and triple jump and placed fourth and seventh, respectively. Joe Riccardi also competed in the NYS Qualifier meet in the 3,200-meter and placed fourth.

The team also was recognized as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team, and individuals recognized as Scholar Athletes are: Josh Bartolotta, Josh Boos, Kyle Brown, Noel Burkett, Riley Burns, Vincent Byrne, Jaiden Capozzi, Grayson Hoag, Trevor Guerrina, Tom Hoey, Jonah Kwasnowski, Jackson Masters, Ethan Mosure, Nate Murphy, Joe Riccardi, Nick Roseboom, Paul Stewart, Peter Tulowiecki and Ryan White.

Boys tennis

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The team ended the season with a 5-7 overall record, and the following individuals qualified for the Section 3 Championships: Andrew Kammer, first singles, who made it to the Quarterfinal round in the Sectional Championship; Justin Costa and Shawn Manke in first doubles; and Dan Wrona and Noah LeFever, second doubles, who made it to the Quarterfinals in the Sectional Championship.

The team also was recognized as a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team. The individuals that were recognized as Scholar Athletes are: Christopher Barbaro, Justin Costa, Dakota Dubar, Tyler Guerrina, Andrew Kammer, Shawn Manke, Nate Murphy, Tyler Szalach, Matthew Vitale and Dan Wrona.

Congratulations to all of our athletes on an outstanding season, and to all of our Scholar Athletes, All-League, All-CNY award winners!

NYSPHSAA honors those teams whose student athletes excel in the classroom. NYSPHSAA requires minimally that 75 percent of the team’s roster of athletes have a grade point average (GPA) of 90 percent and higher in the marking period during the season to qualify as a Scholar Athlete team. The individual students that contributed to the team GPA are recognized with a scholar athlete pin. Athletes that maintained a GPA of 90 percent and higher whose team did not meet the requirements are also recognized.
 
 
 
 


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