Fonda-Fultonville hosts spring sports awards night
FONDA — The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District hosted its annual spring awards night June 5 in the high school auditorium.
Massimo DiCaprio was named the Male Athlete of the Year, while Alyssa Duval was named the Female Athlete of the Year.
DiCaprio also shared the Higgins Plaque with Brady Myles as the baseball team’s Most Valuable Player.
Myles also earned the Batting Title Award after hitting for a .339 average this spring.
Other baseball awards went to Matt Zumbolo (Coach’s Award), Derek Duval (Best Newcomer), Charlie Susi (Best Newcomer) and Cade Kearns (Best Defensive Player).
Brianne Egelston was named the Avis E. Lippie Memorial Most Valuable Player for the softball team. She also earned the Batting Title Award.
Also earning softball awards were Haley Williams (Coach’s Award), Emma Crahan (Best Newcomer) and Sierra Rose (Best Defensive Player).
There was a three-way tie for the James F. Minicki Memorial MVP for the boys outdoor track and field team, as Shane Viscosi, Alex Saltsman and Liam Viscosi shared the award.
Also earning boys track and field awards were Mitch Araya (Best Sprinter), Trevor Cline (Best Distance Events), Carter Petersen (Best Field Events) and Garrett Neff (Most Improved)
Emilia Vardai-Davidson was named the James A. Lippie Memorial MVP for the girls outdoor track and field team.
Abigail Lombardoni was named Outstanding Newcomer, while Giuliana Capparello earned the Most Improved Awards.
Also earning girls track and field awards were Haley Clear (Best Running Events) and Stella Williams (Best Field Events)
In addition to the spring sports awards, a total of 71 athletes were honored with Triple Threat Awards for participating in a sport in all three seasons this school year.