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2002 YMCA-Tribune Review Scholar Athlete Banquet Award Recipients

| Sunday, May 19, 2002

Baseball

Chris Deluzio, Canevin Catholic

John Matthew Lenart, Greensburg Salem

Kevin Slowey, Upper Saint Clair

Michael Dukovich, Hampton

Basketball

Adam Souply, Frazier

Allison C. Murtha, Vincentian Academy

Amanda Stanonik, East Allegheny

Bernard J. O'Keefe, Seton-La Salle

Brain W. Walsh, Quigley Catholic

Carmen Bruce, Schenley

Chelsea Erin Smith, Grove City

Dan Obermeier, Hampton

Dominque Kelly, Peabody

Elizabeth Garbutt, Laurel Highlands

Erin Solada, Serra Catholic

Jennifer Jean Ward, Saint Joseph

Kate Barker, Baldwin

Katherine Wheeler, Burrell

Keri Bisceglia, Blackhawk

Kristin Kalervo, Monaca

Leigh Sulkowski, Upper Saint Clair

Lindsey Averill, South Park

Marisa Smith, Valley

Marques Johnson, Upper Saint Clair

Ryan M. Carr, Mohawk

Samantha Solada, Serra Catholic

Sidney Thomas, Westinghouse

Cheerleading

Jamie Cain, Steel Valley

Julie Schwab, Butler

Margaret Sabo, Rochester

Sara Andreyo, Steel Valley

Cross Country

Andrew Krieger, Canon McMillian

Ann Galiardi, Franklin Regional

Brian Campbell, Grove City

Carly LaBuff, Gateway

Daniel Mazzocco, Baldwin

Jessica Perry, Peters Township

Ruth Mick, Seneca Valley

Sarah Oravetz, Moon

Stephanie Ellen Madia, North Allegheny

Diving

Troy Kaczorowski, Bethel Park

Field Hockey

Bridget Meacham, Seton-La Salle

Stephen Hoskins, Chartiers Valley

Football

Adam Bozick, Uniontown

Anthony Daniel, Oliver

Anthony DiNardo, Aliquippa

Benjamin Boni, Hopewell

Benjamin M Benzio, Connellsville

Bob Tudi, Central Catholic

Brad Kissell, Altoona

Bradd William Bartos, North Allegheny

Brandon Gilbert, Carrick

Carl Williott, Mount Lebanon

Dan McKenna, Franklin Regional

Jason R, DeMeo, Trinity

Javonn Bradley, Rochester

Karell Lane, Westinghouse

Keith D. Kadish, Monessen

Kelvin Drewery, Perry

Luke Getsy, Steel Valley

Mark R. Farris, North Hills

Mickey Cooper, Beaver

Ryan Kwiecinski, McKeesport

Ryan Wotus, Baldwin

Steve Breaston, Woodland Hills

Thomas C Detruf, Jeannette

Tyler Palko, West Allegheny

William Gabonay, Geibel Catholic

Golf

Leia C. Eckert, Ringgold

Ryan Zurowski, Burgettstown

Gymnastics

Anne St. Clair, North Allegheny

Jackie Morally, Baldwin

Hockey

Doug Johnston, North Catholic

Thomas N. Talamo, Greensburg Cenral Catholic

Rowing

Meghan Boyle, Oakland Catholic

Soccer

Adri Cox, Ringgold

Amy Scalise, North Hills

Amy Tirmacco, Quaker Valley

Benjamin Heatwole, Salisbury-Elk Lick

Brain Morelli, Vincentian Academy

Chris Hasselhoff, McKeesport

Christina Basilone, Springdale

Colby James Owens, Kittanning

Daniel Rapsinski, Valley

Derek Freund, Shaler

Eric Vincent, Mars

Holly Law, Upper Saint Clair

Jennifer Pergola, Ringgold

Justyn Hanks, East Allegheny

Kaitlin L. Klingensmith, Greensburg Central Catholic

Kelly Dick, Mars

Lauen Ayer, Quigley Catholic

Lauren Whitlatch, Jeannette

Leslie Barnhart, Karns City

Lyndsey McCaskey, Butler

Matthew Cusick, Neshannock

Tom Sochacki, Shadyside Academy

Softball

Amanda Bonarrigo, Homer-Center

Amy Aloi, Riverside

Breanne Pereira, North Allegheny

Danielle Miller, Allderdice

Elissa Spiker, Mapletown

Lauren Romano, Woodland Hills

Swimming

Andrew S. Rogers, Ringgold

Courtney Choura, Oakland Catholic

Danielle L. Gainor, Greenville

Elizabeth Engelmeier, Mount Lebanon

Matthew Ziders, Moon

Meredith McDermott, Carlynton

Nathan J. Horrell, Ligioner Valley

Robert B. Malinoski, Penn Hills

Stephanie Faskow, Peters Township

Tennis

Brett J. Warren, Pine Richland

Celeste McDonald, Hopewell

Craig Alpert, Allderdice

Kristina Cankner, Mount Pleasant

Mindy Hall, Mount Pleasant

Drew Raab, Quaker Valley

Track

Aaron Rape, Freedom

Christopher J. Hodge, Mohawk

Danielle Painter, Butler

Jessica Miller, Freedom

Jessica Weston, Sharon

Jocelyn Lindsey, Waynesburg Central

Justin Gavazzi, Canon-McMillian

Kristen Neveu, Rochester

Lani Gholston, Gateway

Lisa Lindquist, Moon

Melissa Stewart, Indiana

Volleyball

Ashley Musser, Western Beaver

Chrissy Bartek, Plum

Evan Sterling, Cornell

Gena Elerby, Farrell

Irene Monteverde, Chartiers Valley

Lakia Gordon, Farrell

Meredith Goodge, Canon-McMillian

Wrestling

Adam J. Brochetti, Kittanning

Alica B Black, Westinghouse

Brian Sticca, Greensburg Salem

C.J. Wonsettler, Bentworth

Matthew Cassidy, Plum

Nick Kozer, Derry

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