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Fall scholar-athletes earn state recognition

ALBANY, N.Y. (Dec. 4, 2018) – More than 100 members of Albany High School’s fall varsity athletic teams have earned scholar-athlete recognition from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. The student-athletes each maintained an academic average of 90 or higher during the first marking period this school year.

 

More than 55 percent of the City School District of Albany's fall athletes earned grade point averages above 90. The girls’ tennis team had the most players (77.8 percent) with grade point averages higher than 90.

 

Congratulations to all of our scholar-athletes!

 

Boys' cross country

Matthew Baker

Barak Binyamin

Samuel Bromirski

Jason Eveleth

Isaac Fong

Devin Hendricks

Inul Huda

Jahirul Islam

Santino Martinelli

Michael McNeil

Maxwell Roper

Quinn Urich

Peter Wiley

Austin Wolfgang

 

Girls' soccer

Mya Noe Aung

Cecile Bamberger

Kaitlyn Bliss

Polina Cassella

Aine Haugh

Alison Hayes

Kennedy Jones

Sophia Pearlman

Emma Russell

Carly Ryan

Ahnicia Scott

Theologjia Sofi

 

Football

Jihad Ali

Caleb John

Andre Woods

Dan Delaney

Girls' cross country

Amelia Colafati

Brianna Dollar

Elena Fasullo

Ciara Haugh

Ella Hubbell

Dalia Levy

Nancy Lundberg

Lina Morse

Macy O'Neil

Claire Patnaude

Natalie Penna

Victoria Saunders

Liberty Seifert

Elli Sol Strich

Casey Su-Morrill

Rylyn Swierzewski

 

Girls' swimming
Maggie Carroll

Edith DeRosa-Purcell

Sarahi Diaz De La Cruz

Anna Flanders

Olivia Henry

Adina Kligerman

Brogan Monroe

Irene Nelson

Faith O'Toole

Mary O'Toole

Hans Samonte

Kiana Samonte

Mackenzi Stevenson

Jennifer Uzhca

Grace VanBowen

Delia Weinstein

 

Cheerleading

Diavion Brown

Bria Holloman

Janoy Johnson

Lamaya Nelson

Girls' tennis

Olivia Aguado

Sarah Bearden

Kathleen Berry

Brandi Briere

Cole Churchill

Sydney DeLong

Mimi Morse

Liv Nevo

JanilleAlessan Nuqui

Macy O'Neil

Rachael Prosper

Aliyah Rivera

Ella Sleasman

Caroline Stenard

 

Volleyball

Joselyn Andrades

Leah Gonzalez

Martha Gonzalvo

Htoo Hay Ma

Kelsey McGinn

Riley McGinn

Elaina Moisidis

Ryann Murray

Suzanne Penna

Ther Wah

 

Boys' Soccer

William Bulmer

Jacob Choudhri

Paul Criscione

Yonatan Eligberg

Nicholas Hillengas

Christian Mariscal-Dreby

Jonathan Masih

David NTI

Daniel Pollydore

Toussaint Santicola-Jones

Yan Nyein Thu

Israel Washington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The mission of the City School District of Albany is to work in partnership with our diverse community to engage every learner in a robust educational program designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for success. The district serves approximately 9,500 students in 18 elementary, middle and high schools. In addition to neighborhood schools, the district includes several magnet schools and programs, as well as other innovative academic opportunities for students, including four themed academies at Albany High School.

         
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