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Madison Sports Person Of The Week

Person of the Week • Published May 21, 2024 11 am

Helfrich Made the Successful Switch to Singles for Hand Girls’ Tennis

In order to climb the ladder in the sport of tennis, one must possess a cool head during the pressure-packed moments under the warm spring sun. For Ella Helfrich, the com...
Person of the Week • Published May 14, 2024 11 am

Kuja Craves Daily Tests of Baseball as Hand’s Captain, Second Baseman

With a game predicated on averages as a barometer of success, baseball can bring about the best and worst of times in the same day. Yet for Ben Kuja, he welcomes the adve...
Person of the Week • Published May 07, 2024 11 am

Ariyan All About Partnership as Dominant Doubles Player for Hand Tennis

Playing as part of a doubles pairing in tennis is arguably the best lesson about the values and benefits of teamwork. For Teagan Ariyan, she has harnessed the superb skil...
Person of the Week • Published Apr 23, 2024 11 am

Washburne Powered Crave for Crew to National, International Waters

Through hurdles he has been dealing with since birth, Ben Washburne found great solace and sanctuary from it all through the sport of rowing. And it has been his near lif...
Person of the Week • Published Apr 16, 2024 11 am

Lavigne Lapped Up Strength and Determination as Freshman Grappler for Hand

One of the bigger stories within the room of a young Hand wrestling team was the emergence of a freshman phenom in Evelyn Lavigne. In only a single season, she has broken...
Person of the Week • Published Mar 19, 2024 11 am

Tapia Went Over the Top as Épée Expert and Leader for Hand

When diligence meets opportunity, there is no timeline that is too short to achieve the highest levels of success with any craft. For Hanley Tapia, he made the most of hi...
Person of the Week • Published Mar 12, 2024 11 am

All-State Selection Dobratz Drums Up Selflessness on the Ice for Hand

In a short span, Kendall Dobratz has established herself as a preeminent goalscorer in the Connecticut girls’ ice hockey landscape. Yet no matter how many accolades or la...
Person of the Week • Published Mar 05, 2024 10 am

Stouraites Parlaying Water Polo Progress into Trip to Nationals

One sport on a rapid rise across the landscape of the United States is water polo. For one local junior high student, he has ridden the wave of the game’s growth, and ear...
Person of the Week • Published Feb 27, 2024 11 am

Markovitz Manufactures Confidence as Defensive, Shooting Force for Hand

Swagger can often steady a ship when it comes to an athlete’s journey throughout the fast moving waters of basketball. For Sam Markovitz, he fosters that confidence to cu...
Person of the Week • Published Feb 20, 2024 11 am

Richard Revitalizes Her Game as Paint Presence for Hand Girls’ Hoops

For Abbey Richard, she certainly loves the grind of the physical nature of basketball while banging on the glass for boards. Still, she appreciates additional offensive f...
Person of the Week • Published Feb 12, 2024 12 am

Reiss Shows Tremendous Resolve as All-Around Athlete and Leader for Hand Gymnastics

No matter how many solo accolades she has racked up in the gym, Hadley Reiss knows all too well that none of them would have been possible without the nurturing encourage...
Person of the Week • Published Feb 06, 2024 11 am

Gentil Swimming Towards Bigger Success as Tigers Junior Captain

Swimming is one of the few high school sports where an individual athlete can see instant, clear, and tangible evidence of proof of the hard work put forth in the pool. F...
Person of the Week • Published Jan 30, 2024 12 am

McCullough Shows Composure and Poise Beyond Years as Hand Point Guard

The ability to swiftly erase errors from one’s mind frame is a crucial component for any young leader of a group or team. Thomas McCullough knows that as a spry signal ca...
Person of the Week • Published Jan 23, 2024 10 am

Pham Finding His Home as Junior Captain for Hand Swimming

In many tasks and skills in life, the wherewithal to excel in it is quite often not enough. And so, one additionally needs the correct function and form to thrive. This i...
Person of the Week • Published Jan 09, 2024 11 am

Signorello Satiates Appetite for Hard Work as Hand Boys’ Swimming Captain

Adam Signorello relished more in the wherewithal required to complete a mission, rather than the destination–pushing him to perform in the pool on a consistent basis dail...
Person of the Week • Published Jan 03, 2024 10 am

Davies Demonstrates Balance as Shooting Guard, Captain for Tigers

Balancing life as both a three-season athlete and student, Ava Davies truly sees how every piece must be in place, and how one must utilize each moment of every day to it...
Person of the Week • Published Dec 27, 2023 12 pm

Kennedy Kept Pushing Positivity to Return for Hand’s Championship Season

No matter how dark things appeared to be a year ago as she missed her junior campaign, Jacqueline Kennedy stayed a persistent source of positivity for her Hand field hock...
Person of the Week • Published Dec 13, 2023 02 pm

McFadden Made Her Mark with First Team All-SCC Honors for Hand Soccer

Growing up, Lilly McFadden looked to emulate the players on the pitch she viewed through the comfort of her own home, though once she got into the field herself, she trul...
Person of the Week • Published Nov 15, 2023 10 am

Parri Pushed Through Injury to Return as All-SCC Leading Scorer for Hand Soccer

Arguably one of the biggest comeback stories within the Southern Connecticut Conference for girls’ soccer this fall was the re-emergence of Rory Parri, who not only retur...
Person of the Week • Published Nov 02, 2023 04 pm

Snyder Soaks It All in as Student of Field Hockey with Hand

Sometimes the greatest individual masteries of a skill come from an athlete that leaves themselves open to all channels and avenues in order to strengthen their acumen an...
Person of the Week • Published Oct 24, 2023 11 am

Kells Crashing Cages, Producing Points for Hand Field Hockey

Towards the end of junior high, Jordan Kells was unsure if she had found her athletic habitat with field hockey, but after finding the right spark, she stuck with it and ...
Person of the Week • Published Oct 20, 2023 06 pm

Malary Makes the Most of Small Details as Hand Football Captain

Football has always been a game of inches, and the closest band of brothers who buckle down and focus in on the finite points of preparation are typically the ones who su...
Person of the Week • Published Oct 06, 2023 04 pm

Preskar Puts in Work Around the Clock as Hand Football Captain

Often in athletics, it is the moments of effort and work put forth when the focus is off an athlete that mean the most. It has certainly been the case for Owen Preskar, a...
Person of the Week • Published Sep 27, 2023 07 am

Hand Alum Haraj-Sai Finding New Success on College Tennis Court

A veteran of the sport, Laila Haraj-Sai knows full well that there is another tier of preparation on multiple facets of the body and spirit when it comes to settling into...
Person of the Week • Published Sep 22, 2023 04 pm

Shay Swayed Successfully from Soccer to Signal Caller for Hand

At the onset of his high school career, Jack Shay’s athletic sojourn took quite a dramatic detour, as he traded the pitch and the soccer ball for being a signal caller wi...
Person of the Week • Published Sep 12, 2023 11 am

McSweeney Smells the Roses of Hard Work as Hand Soccer Captain

When it comes to the sport of soccer, Danny McSweeney takes time to enjoy the production that goes into each pitch appearance for a group that is often unseen by the spec...
Person of the Week • Published Sep 09, 2023 08 am

Barrera Brings Heart for the Pitch as Hand Soccer Captain

The pride and passion for the pitch have been present in the collective pulse of Santi Barrera from a very young age, and as he has grown and come of age, it has just bec...
Person of the Week • Published Sep 01, 2023 06 am

Lynk Created a Chain of Solid Showings for Madison 19-U Baseball

Antonio Lynk has never not had a baseball in his hand, while simultaneously housing the drive and determination to improve and succeed on his skills. This was quite evide...
Person of the Week • Published Aug 23, 2023 06 am

Pathy Carving Out Route as Prominent Pitcher for Hand

As a pitcher, Shailen Pathy is at the epicenter of the physical chess game that is the sport of baseball, though it is that test of cerebral and physical fitness that mot...
Person of the Week • Published Aug 18, 2023 04 pm

Lesnik Came into His Own Swing for Tigers Golf

Confidence can play a key and critical role in the success of an athlete, and for Kasimir Lesnik, securing some swagger in himself helped find his swing and drive the Han...
Person of the Week • Published Aug 09, 2023 07 am

Maniatis Made Quick Work on the Draw with Hand Boys’ Lax

Spiro Maniatis always drew great adulation for lacrosse through its frenetic pace of play, and that was quite evident as he was consistently quick on the draw as a fantas...
Person of the Week • Published Aug 02, 2023 11 am

Bradstreet Boasted Talent as Resounding Rookie for Hand Tennis

When it came to finding her proper avenue in athletics, the right route for Loden Bradstreet was always, forever, and only tennis. And she made that quite evident by blaz...
Person of the Week • Published Jul 18, 2023 12 pm

Rogers a Doubles Court Queen as All-SCC Player for Hand Tennis

Libby Rogers loved playing the game of tennis with her family and friends throughout her childhood, and the ability to bond with others through the volleys, balls and bas...
Person of the Week • Published Jun 27, 2023 12 pm

Cushing Dished Out Dimes for Hand Boys’ Lax

Alex Cushing craves the need for speed when it comes to his attraction to the game of lacrosse, and his high-octane outlook as a player and competitor fueled his fire qui...
Person of the Week • Published Jun 11, 2023 09 am

Daignault Played Through Pain as Captain for Hand Baseball

As an infielder, Cole Daignault is used to taking some shots off the crack of the bat. Yet he truly showcased his durability as a competitor and dedication as a leader by...
Person of the Week • Published Jun 04, 2023 07 am

Kleine Dedicated as 100-Goal Scorer for Hand Boys’ Lax

Ever since his sophomore season, it has been full steam ahead for Will Kleine in terms of producing points for the Hand boys’ lacrosse team-netting the Tigers several vic...
Person of the Week • Published May 28, 2023 09 am

Beaudry Boasts a Beautiful Golf Game as Hand’s Rookie Linksman

From seeing his grandfather on the course while closing business deals and sinking his first putt at a young age, Kyle Beaudry has always held a deep love affair with the...
Person of the Week • Published May 16, 2023 12 pm

Hoffman Holds Haughty Numbers as Speed Demon for Tigers’ Track

Kyle Hoffman loves and aims to see his numbers and times continuously drop each time he gets into the starting blocks for the Hand boys’ outdoor track team, and his need ...
Person of the Week • Published May 14, 2023 06 am

Piascik Brings Power to Plate for Hand Baseball

From a very young age, Troy Piascik has had America’s Pastime instilled in him and has taken a great liking to the game–leading to him eating, sleeping, and breathing bas...
Person of the Week • Published May 07, 2023 08 am

Sisk a Selfless Scholar and Competitor for Hand Athletics

Even with the various solo accolades in both his athletic and scholastic endeavors, Sam Sisk has always put the various squads he has participated on and the teammates he...
Person of the Week • Published Apr 23, 2023 07 am

Doyle Rules the Court with Competitiveness for Hand Boys’ Hoops

While truly making the sport of basketball his own game, Aidan Doyle has crafted an added layer of competitive fire on the court–paving the way for him to be an emerging ...
Person of the Week • Published Apr 09, 2023 06 am

UVM-Commit Doraz Looks to Dominate Again for Hand Girls’ Lax

Growing up, a lacrosse stick was as prevalent in Lydia Doraz’s home as a stack of dishes or a night lamp in any run-of-the-mill household. Now, she is providing an exempl...
Person of the Week • Published Mar 19, 2023 05 am

Kehew Building Community Atmosphere as Hand Swimming Transfer

Jonah Kehew was always drawn in by the incredibly encouraging community within the waters and walls of competitive swimming, and it was that homely atmosphere that helped...
Person of the Week • Published Feb 25, 2023 06 am

Anderson Ascending Competitive Ranks for Hand Gymnastics

After a resounding rookie campaign for the Hand gymnastics team, Brooke Anderson had a tall order in front of her to top her efforts. Yet she has gone above and beyond to...
Person of the Week • Published Feb 05, 2023 08 am

Minickene Full of Heart and Hustle for Hand Girls’ Hockey

No matter the shift, the period of play, or the score of the game on the ice, Faith Minickene dedicates herself to giving all of her abilities for the betterment of her s...
Person of the Week • Published Jan 24, 2023 11 am

Richard Serving Key Bench Post Role for Hand Hoops

Sometimes in sports, or any profession in life, iron sharpens iron and you have to challenge yourself against top-skilled competitors, which is exactly the path Abbey Ric...
Person of the Week • Published Jan 22, 2023 08 am

Avery-Turner Turning Heads as Fantastic Freshman for Hand

From a young age, many of Elijah Avery-Turner’s coaches knew he could become a very special player in the game of basketball. He has acted sharply upon his past coaches’ ...
Person of the Week • Published Jan 11, 2023 05 pm

Ferrucci Fond of Teaching Fencing to Others as Hand Sabre Captain

The high school fencing community is one that is consistently growing but is also constantly tight-knit, allowing many fellow fencers to instill knowledge of the game int...
Person of the Week • Published Jan 01, 2023 08 am

Paine’s Pondering Produces Success for Hand Fencing

Whether on the soccer pitch or fencing strip, Lily Paine is a very cerebral competitor in thinking decisively and swiftly before striking. The thinking approach has paid ...
Person of the Week • Published Dec 25, 2022 08 am

Dolan Dominated as a Persistent, Patient Back for Hand Football

As an emerging running back for the Hand football team, Aidan Dolan learned that patience is indeed a strong virtue when it comes to his field assignment, and he did in f...