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26 scholarships presented during 42nd Annual Booster Club Awards Dinner

The 42nd Annual Booster Club Award Dinner was held on Thursday, June 6th at the Pelham Country Club. All class of 2024 athletes were honored. Over $20,000 worth of scholarships was also awarded to several athletes. All were nominated by their respective coaches.

Female Athlete of the Year — Mia Orlando

Male Athlete of the Year — Kristian Howell and Nick Massaregli

Joe DelVecchio Award — Eddie Maher

Anthony Senerchia Jr. Award — Girl  Rebecca Nicholas Boy  Quinn Walsh

Jerry Valente — Girl  Ava Sobolak Boy  Will Crotty

Tom Roksvold — Girl  Elle Halvorsen Boy  Ryan Lacilla

Anthony Olivo — Isaiah Graves

Thomas Hynes Award — Girl  Kaitlyn Howell Boy – Silvio Morovic

Florio Award — Girl – Madeline Simon Boy – Jeremy Leak

Pelham Travel Soccer — Girl – Laura Shelton Boy  Nolan Proffitt

PYL Award — Girl  Leah Gilman Boy  Alex Caltenco

Pelham Hockey — Griffin Evans

Berberich Award — Girl  Olivia Medrano Boy  Connor Normoyle

Bill McDevitt Award — Amy Daugherty

Robert Blake Award — Kyle Chang

Matt Persanis Rugby Award — Sebastian Fisher

Symmetry — Jack Boyce

LHVA  Kady Finegan

Editor’s note: This announcement was provided by the Pelham Booster Club.

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