Monday, February 29, 2016

February 2016 Athletes of the Month

February 2016 Athletes of the Month
By Michael McCaffrey

Hockey – Ryan Dodge
Coach Brendan McCann on Ryan Dodge, Ryan capped off a successful 2015-2016 regular season with a fantastic month of February, where he scored three goals to finish the year with a team leading 11. Asides from his offensive output, he also excels on the defensive side where his line continuously shuts down their opponents' offense.”

Boys Indoor Track & Field – Benjamin Hauk
Coach Angus MacDonald on Benjamin Hauk , “Benjamin has improved leaps and bounds over the course of this season.  He was our top distance scorer and led the team in the 2mile, mile, 1000m, and the 4 by 800m split.  Benjamin recently made it to the division 4 all state meet and was the first GDRHS distance runner to ever do so.”

Boys Basketball – Tyler LeClerc
Coach Greg Gilllette on Tyler LeClerc, “Tyler LeClerc. Tyler is always one of the first and last players at practice. He has a tremendous work ethic which has paid off late in the season. Tyler has been extremely clutch for us down the stretch both defensively and offensively.”

Girls Indoor Track & Field – Brianna Fischer
Coach Colleen Naboicheck on Brianna Fischer, Brianna's enthusiastic, positive attitude and energy is prevalent at every practice and meet.  It's contagious and motivates her teammates.

Gymnastics – Auste Subaciute
Coach Bill Kane on Auste Subaciute, Captain Auste finished her high school gymnastics career being the gymnast that contributed the most number of points for our team for the second year in a row.  She represented GD at the Senior Super Bowl and also qualified for high school State individuals!  She has been a great leader on our team and she will be missed next year!  We all wish her great success next year in college!

Varsity Girls Basketball – Jordan Wynn

Coach Mark Hennelly on Jordan Wynn, “Jordan is second in rebounding average (6.2 RPG) on the 16-4, Mid-Wach B League Champion Crusaders. Her 17 points helped propel the Crusaders to an upset of Belmont High School in the Spartan Classic over February vacation. Jordan is a tenacious, unselfish, intelligent young lady who will fulfill any role that is asked of her and is a constant source of encouragement/support for her teammates at all times.” 

Girls Alpine Ski - Alissa Johnson
Coach Rick Temple on Alissa Johnson, “Girls Team Captain Alissa Johnson has finished up her High School racing career by qualifying for the Massachusetts State Championship Race. She exemplifies leadership and positive attitude, and will be missed by her team and coach.”

Boys Alpine Ski – Will Premru 

Coach Rick Temple on Will Premru, “Boys Team Captain Will Premru finished up his Junior year by qualifying for the Massachusetts State Championship Race. His hard work and dedication has paid off with outstanding results.”

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