Athletes of the Month May 2019
  • In picture: l-r: Brady Harris, Brian Bork, Kyle Haettich, Miranda Held, Madison Mariani. Not pictured Kristen Miloshevski.

     NAME Brian Bork

    GRADE 9th

    SPORT Varsity tennis

    COACH Philip Prynn

    ACCOMPLISHMENTS DURING MAY 5 match winning streak vs Lancaster (Twice), Will North (twice) and Frontier. His 6 wins at #1 Singles is the most by a West tennis player in at least 15 years.

    OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS Lost in a 3rd set vs OP’s #1 Noah Sayoc. This marks the very first set Noah has lost in his #1 singles career. (3 seasons)

    QUOTE FROM COACH ABOUT ATHLETE Brian has an elite level talent that he works hard for. He will have tremendous success as a tennis player at the next level because of how dedicated to his game that he is. He has a real legit shot at making States. We haven’t had a State-bound player ever that I know of.

    He is also a phenomenal teammate and deserves whatever successes he will experience.

    NAME Kyle Haettich

    GRADE 12

    SPORT Boys Lacrosse

    COACH Tulowiecki/Rozo

    ACCOMPLISHMENTS DURING MAY Kyle is a major contributor on offense with 18 goals, 21 assists for 39 points (second highest on team).  He has also accumulated 67 groundballs this season (second highest on team). Kyle has started every single game this season and averages 3 points per game.

    OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS Kyle is a captain for the Boys Varsity Lacrosse game and just signed his letter of intent to attend Division II Lake Erie College to play lacrosse.

    QUOTE FROM COACH ABOUT ATHLETE Kyle is an extremely athletic and hardworking student athlete. He not only has high expectations for himself, but demands the same out of his teammates.  Kyle’s hard work and performance on the field is one of the major contributors to the success of the team.

     NAME Brady Harris

    GRADE 10

    SPORT Track and Field

    COACH Brian Kader


    Brady has run personal best times in the 800m,1600m and 3200m over the last few weeks.  He has also run a sectional qualifying time in the 1600m at the Sodus Spartan Challenge Invitational.  Brady has already out performed his point total from last season by 13 and continues to be a big part of our dual competition lineup. 

    OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS Brady is a scholar athlete and one of the top 5 averages on our team.

    QUOTE FROM COACH ABOUT ATHLETE Brady works hard every single day at practice and never has an ill word to say about a teammate nor has he ever made complaint to our coaching staff.  He simply shows up every day, works his tail off and reaps the benefits of his dedication.  The decision to select Brady over some of the other contributing sophomores was not an easy one as many were deserving but his versatility and ability to deliver under pressure were factors in his nomination.  We look forward to bigger and brighter things from him as the season moves along.

    Name:  Miranda Held

    Grade: 11

     Scored her 100th career point on 5/23

    Broke School Record Draw Control Wins in a season with 270, previous record was 75.

    Scored 14G, 13A in May

     Miranda is a tireless worker who contributes consistently on and off the field.  Her hard work benefitted our success greatly and has been named to the All-ECIC Class B 1st Team. 


    NAME Madison Mariani

    GRADE 11

    SPORT Track and Field

    COACH Mancino/Kader/Szymanski

    ACCOMPLISHMENTS DURING MAY: *On Tuesday, May 7th, she raced to her fastest 200 meter Dash time of :30.7 as part of our ECIC Division II victory over the Flames of Williamsville East.

    *On Friday, May 10th, she was a member of the Champion 4 by 800 meter Relay and placed sixth in the 1500 meter Run racing to a lifetime best and Championship qualifying time of 5:12.36 FAT at the 4th Lancer Track and Field Invitational held at Eastridge High School in Rochester, NY.

    *On Saturday, May 18th, she placed third in the 800 meter Run at the 10th Pioneer Track and Field Invitational.

    *On Friday, May 24th, she raced to her fastest 400 meter Dash time of 1:06.42 FAT at the 61st ECIC Track and Field Championships held at Hamburg High School.

    *On Saturday, May 25th, she raced to her fastest 800 meter Run split time of 2:28.1 as the lead-off member of our 4 by 800 meter Relay at the 61st ECIC Track and Field Championships held at Hamburg High School.

    OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS:  *Madison leads our girls team this season in the 800 meter Run, thus far, and has surpassed the ECIC and Section VI Championship qualifying standards for both the 800 and 1500 meter Runs.

    *Madison scored 17.75 Invitational Varsity points and 6 ECIC Division II Varsity points during My which is the best Varsity scoring month of Madison’s high school career.  


    Madison has established herself as our best female middle distance student athlete this past season.Madison’s best and most memorable efforts are in her future as she develops mentally, emotionally, physically, and socially.


    Kristen Miloshevski

    12th grade

    Coach Potter

     4 year Varsity starter


    1st Division I All-Star

    Going to Mercyhurst- hoping to play softball

    2019 Offensive Player of the Year

    Led the team in all offensive categories- .412 batting average, .492 on base percentage, .647 slugging percentage, 14 runs scored, 21 hits, 17RBIs, 6 extra base hits.

    Hit a homerun in the top of the 8th inning for the winning run against Hutch Tech in playoff win.

     Kristen had a great senior year season.  Her game and attitude finished miles above where she started in her freshman year.  Kristen worked extremely hard on her game and becoming a leader.  Kristen made several outstanding catches in left field this season.  She will leave a void both offensively and defensively and will be missed by both her teammates and coaches.



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