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Eight Spring Athletes Attain All-Catholic Honors

                 Four athletes from both the softball and lacrosse teams achieved All-Catholic status this spring.  Six seniors, one sophomore and one junior were honored at the championship games for their respective sports.

Seniors Laura Gregory (Buffalo), Allison Rogowski (West Seneca) and Emily Lewandowski (East Aurora) returned to the First Team for softball.  This is the third straight year that Gregory and Rogowski were named as First Team All-Catholics and the second straight year for Lewandowski.  Gregory and Rogowski both pitched and played infield and Lewandowski was the team's second baseman.  All three will continue their playing careers in college.  Also earning All-Catholic honors for the first time was senior Fiona Danahy (Buffalo).  Danahy, a catcher and outfielder, was named a Second Team All-Catholic.

Senior Mary Barnes (Fredonia) and freshman Gracee Donovan (Orchard Park) were both selected as First Team All-Catholics in lacrosse.  Senior Abigail Hillery (Hamburg) and sophomore Sara Geiser were voted Second Team All-Catholics.  It was the first All-Catholic lacrosse honors for all four players.

"Attending Mount Mercy Academy is one of the best decisions I could have made. Since day one they have challenged me academically, to strive and succeed. For the past two years at Mount Mercy, I received so much help from all the teachers. They are always open to help me with any questions I have. My teachers have even taken time whenever they can to help me to do well with upcoming tests and quizzes. With their help I have been on both honor rolls, and have been a scholar athlete."

Bella Longo

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