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Spring scholar-athletes earn state recognition

ALBANY, N.Y. (May 13, 2019) – Nearly 90 members of Albany High School’s spring varsity athletic teams - that's 44% - 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 third marking period this school year.


The boys' tennis, girls' lacrosse, girls' track and boys' track teams also earned recognition as NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete Teams, which means the team’s average GPA for 75% of the roster is 90 or higher.


Congratulations to all of our scholar-athletes!


Boys' track and field

Mustafa Abdulhusin

Jason Baker

Muiz Bayewu

PrincelyHans Besong

Barak Binyamin

Kerwin Blake

Henry Bourgeois

Michael Brusch

Hidayet Chowdhury

Jacob Choudhri

Ronan Costello

Kareem Davis

Amir El-Bahtity-Galban

Jason Eveleth

Andrew Farrell

Isaac Fong

Michael Gallagher

Graham Gordon

Devin Hendricks

Chai Kam

Santino Martinelli

Rahmene McDuffie

Michael McNeil

Asa Mohammed

Sean O'Neil

Daniel Pollydore

Edward Reiss,

Graham Richard

DeVante Richards

Maxwell Roper

Anthony Rouse

Pratik Saha

Patrick Santos

Joshua Sarfo

Jovahn Williams

Andre Woods


Boys' lacrosse
Israel Akande

Connor Joslin

Yonatan Eligberg

Miles Rosenzweig

Toussaint Santicola-Jones



Girls' track and field

Diavion Brown

Aliyah Bryant

Scarlet Carrera

Kayla Charles

Mia Christian

Zella Delrow

Sarahi Diaz DeLaCruz

Brianna Dollar

Annabelle Farrell

Anna Flanders

Elena Fasullo

Jada Gary

Aine Haugh

Jeanora Hooten

Omokhele Itebe

Allariasia James

Janoy Johnson

Dalia Levy

Syaira Liverpool

Teanna Lowe

Zequai Lue

Maura Mulholland

Lamaya Nelson

Raaby Omar

Claire Patnaude

Natalie Penna

Suzanne Penna

Alyrah Pettiway

Deneen Pringle

Aliyah Rivera

Alexandra Roter

Lanita Sanders Henry

Victoria Saunders

Anna Kate Sheehan

Ella Sleasman

Elli Sol Strich

Casey Su-Morrill

Sarah Tierney

Nicolette Ucci

Lanahria Whitaker

Abiyah Yahudah-Edwards





Boys' tennis

Adam Aleksic

Vince Alpas

Matthew Baker

William Bulmer

EJ Cabahug

Eldred Cabahug

Cabahug Jonas

Damien Cenzia

Kevin Deng

Aerick Gonzales

Masami Surisawa

Quinn Urich



Andrew Jop

Alexander Casciotti

William Klose

Vincent Lembo

Jeffrey Lembo

Ian Townsend



Olivia Aguado

Cheyenne McCain

Sydney Speanburg

Hayley Townsend


Girls' lacrosse

Kathleen Berry

Erika Bopp

Polina Cassella

Cole Churchill

Angelina Dennis

Courtney Fish

Raynaia Gilchrist

Alison Hayes

Tamia Jarrett

Rebecca Joslin

Ryann Murray

Sophia Pearlman

Sasha Post-Lais

Elizabeth Powell

Jennifer Powell

Jada Ruiz


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 more than 9,300 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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