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Elementary and middle school free throw champions crowned at Ultamania

on March 12, 2018

 

Warwick Valley’s top middle school and elementary school free throw shooters competed for the top spots at Saturday’s Ultamania Faculty Basketball Game.  The players qualified through their physical education classes and the final event – the head-to-head Free Throw Championship competition – was held March 10 in the High School’s small gym.
Congratulations everyone!
Here are the results:

Elementary winners of a free throw contest stand on the basketball court with thier award certificates

The elementary school winners of the Free Throw Championships.

Boys, Grades 3 and 4

First Place: Matthew Abel
Second Place: Aaron Callender
Third Place: Wyatt Clatur
Champions Round: Matthew Slaybaugh, Tyler Branch, Asa Garner

Girls, Grades 3 and 4

First Place: Mia Washington
Second Place: Carly McLaughlin
Third Place: Reagan Smith
Fourth Place: Gracyn Cadden

Middle school winners of a free throw contest stand on the basketball court with their award certificates

The Middle School winners of the Free Throw Championship.

Girls, Grades 5 and 6

First Place: Abby Kadus
Second Place: Kaitlyn Larney
Third Place: Annie Lincoln
Champions Round: Brianna Brookins, Ashley Fitzgerald, Siobhan Kelly, Etta Garofalo, Olivia Martino, Abigayle Hoye, Katie Fiore, Samantha Brady, Miranda Wright, Melina Garby

Boys, Grades 5 and 6

First Place: Jordan Gill
Second Place: Aidan Ladouceur
Third Place: Chase Clatur
Champions Round: Devon Buonanno, Hunter Stewart, Michael Molinelli, Michael Hennessy, Alex Pack

Thank you to our Middle and Elementary PE teachers Gwen Garcia, Shawn Myers, Phil Szumlaski, Mike Potter, Shelley Carr, John VanPelt, Graig McElroy, Patty Langton and Kristen Schulze, student/teacher Paul Burke, and student volunteers Francesca Micallef, Hannah Doiron, Catherine Slaybaugh and Carly Slaybaugh for their help with the event.

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