We are celebrating our January athletes of the month, chosen by their coaches for excelling in their respective sports! See a list of the athletes below, along with a message from each of their coaches.
Antonio Tortorello – Boys Basketball
Antonio has had a very nice season thus far, filling in both off the bench and as a starting point guard for the Warriors. He plays and practices with great discipline and his game has grown considerably over the last couple of months. His steady play on both ends of the floor has added to team depth and versatility.
Mariah Quigley – Girls Basketball
In the month of January, Mariah was first on the team in scoring (15.3 per game), second in rebounding (8.5 per game), and first in steals (3.3 per game). More importantly, she has defended some of the top players in the area, helping to lead a defense that held opponents under 30 points per game.
Trinity Davis – Volleyball
Trinity leads the team in kills with 117, digs with a 143 and blocks with 13. Even with the shortened season last year, this season’s performance puts Trinity in the top five for career records at Weedsport in all three of these categories as a junior. She is also currently second on the team with aces and third in assists.
Keegan Montreal – Girls Bowling
Keegan has a high game of 157 and her average went up 14 pins per game in January. She worked hard to improve and the results really showed how much she had put into it.
Ethan Reitema – Boys Bowling
Ethan bowled the highest score during a match in the month of January (237 vs US/PB). He also is usually one of the top 2 scorers for each match. Works hard to improve and is constantly adjusting to make himself and the team better.
Allison House – Swimming and Diving
After a year off, Alli has returned to the pool with a vengeance, posting some of her best times this season. Alli came up big in the teams win against West Genesee, winning both of her individual events and leading off the 400 free relay which clinched the win for the team. Her work ethic is exceptional, making every double-session practice over the Christmas break and still competing at the club level throughout the high school season.