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Winter Sports Banquet Wraps Up Season


Lucas Saunders '13
Staff Reporter
March 22, 2013

Durfee's winter sports teams wrapped up their seasons at the sports banquet on Friday, March 22, in the the Nagle Auditorium. The teams in attendance were boys' and girls' basketball, boys' and girls' track, ice hockey, boys' swimming and dive, and wrestling. Many athletes received their first varsity letters, and some also received individual awards on their accomplishments in each sport.


Boys' Basketball:
Big Three All Star- Chris Chardon
The 6th Man- Rick Texeira
Coaches Award- Emmanuel Fernandes
Unsung Hero- Chris Chardon

Girls' Basketball:
Big Three All Star- Toni-Marie Migliore, Bailey Brooks, Brianna Camara
Defensive Player of The Year- Toni-Marie Migliore
Offensive Player of The Year- Brianna Camara
Most Valuable Player- Bailey Brooks

Boys' Track:
Big Three All Star- Jayden Silva, Keith Worsely, Matt Baker
Coaches Award- Matt Baker
Rookie of The Year- Connor Riley, Eli Brooks
Most Valuable Player- Nyrel Stroup

Girls' Track:
Big Three All Star- Sarah Skillin, Sarah Medeiros, Megan Rockett
Coaches Award- Sarah Medeiros
Most Valuable Player- Sarah Skillin

Ice Hockey:
Big Three All Star- Tyler Amaral, John Bonanca
Iron Man- John Bonanca
Most Valuable Player- Tyler Amaral

Boys' Swimming and Diving:
Big Three All Stars- Bobby Aspirino, John Cipollini, Hunter Reis
Most Valuable Player- John Cipollini

Wrestling:
Sportsmanship Award- Brandon St.Pierre
Rookie of The Year- Blacker Ramero
Most Improved Award- Joseph Grinvalsky
Most Valuable Player- Kevin Vasquez
Most Outstanding Wrestler- Adam Pereira

Senior wrestler and captain Adam Pereira, who was on varsity all 4 years ended his spectacular high school career with the most outstanding wrestler award.

"This season had it's ups and downs, but overall I had a lot of fun with the team and it was great experience all 4 years. I'm going to miss it a lot, and I wish the underclassmen the best of luck," said Pereira.