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Mount Mercy Announces Athletic Award Winners

                Mount Mercy Academy recently held its First Quarter Honors Assembly.  Included in the assembly was the recognition and honoring of the fall sport athletes.  Members of the teams received their letters and pins, as well as special awards for scholar-athletes, Most Valuable and Most Improved Athletes and the Coach’s Award winners.

                Athletic Director Douglas Webster presented special awards to the Most Valuable Athletes, the athlete that the coach felt the team contributed the most to the team’s success, the Coach’s award which is given to the athlete who exhibits the best effort, attitude, dedication and team spirit and the Most Improved Athlete is given to the girl whose skills progress the most throughout the course of the season.

                Junior Katie Hughes (Orchard Park) was the Most Valuable Runner on the cross country team, junior Grace Harrington (West Seneca) earned the Coach’s award and junior Megan Jobson (Orchard Park) was the most improved.

                Sophomore Kate Ryan (Buffalo), a second team All-Catholic, was the Most Valuable Player on the varsity volleyball team, junior Brigid Burke (Buffalo) garnered the Coach’s award and sophomore Hannah Fredo (Buffalo) was the Most Improved.

                Senior First Team All-Catholic Mariah Rullan (Buffalo) was the Most Valuable Player on the soccer team and sophomore Gianna Lauciello(Orchard Park) won the Coach’s Award.  Sophomore Megan Reilly (Hamburg) was named the Most Improved.

                Junior Madelyn DiGiore (Lakeview) was the Most Valuable golfer, freshman Elisabeth Radwan (West Seneca) was named the Most Improved and senior Ally Foy (Buffalo) won the Coach’s Award. 

                The Coach’s Award for cheerleading was shared by senior Breanna Sikora (Buffalo) and sophomore Nele Bredebusch, a German exchange student.  Seniors Katherine Pappas and Abbigayle Reid  of Buffalo shared the Most Improved Award.

                The Coach’s Award was given to sophomore Emma Wilson (Buffalo) and the Most Improved was sophomore Laila Aloi (Orchard Park) for JV Volleyball. 

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