Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Athletes Awarded for Efforts

The Academy celebrated the accomplishments of its athletes at an awards convocation on May 12 in the Gymnasium, joined by coaches, family members and friends.

Beth Ann Young, a 1985 Academy graduate, opened the event with her keynote address during which she shared about her experiences as a Lancer athlete. She also encouraged the students to try new things – no matter how daunting – whether in sports or life in general, because the outcome may be surprising positive and impact their lives forever. 

The approximately 275 Lancers were recognized for their participation on all levels, including Lower School competitors in the Catholic School League and Christian School Athletic League and those representing the Academy or Pac-Five in Intermediate, Junior Varsity and Varsity events

In addition, State Championship participants, league All-Star honorees and those earning Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) titles were honored, as well as two league coaches of the year – Allen Wallace in bowling and Guy Chun in riflery.

The celebration of this year’s athletic honors culminated with the presentation of the two overall awards. Senior Kaela Fiesta as named the Most Outstanding Senior Athlete, and her classmate Hailey Ganiron was the recipient of the Youngs’ Scholar-Athlete Award, presented by Young’s father, Harlin Young.

              
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