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2015-16 Warwick Wildcat Boys Basketball Senior Recognition Night

on February 26, 2016

Boys Basketball Senior Recognition Night

 

KAAMAL CENOT – #13

Kaamal has been a member of the boys basketball program for three years.  A two-year varsity player and a great teammate, he has been a key contributor on this year’s team and is one of our top defensive players. Kaamal maintains an 85-grade point average in the classroom and is interested in attending college. He is deciding between Buffalo State University and Hartford University, and he plans to major in Electrical Engineering.  He would like to continue playing basketball collegiately.

 

PHIL DUNN – #34

Phil has been a member of the boys basketball program for four years.  A two-year varsity player, and the first guard off the bench for our team, Phil was selected captain by his teammates this season.  He is a very intelligent player with a passion for the game. He leads by example and has been an outstanding mentor for the underclassmen.  Phil has a 92-grade point average and plans on attending St. John’s University to major in Sports Management.

 

PATRICK GUILFOYLE – #24

Patrick has been a member of the boys basketball program for six years.  He is a three-year varsity player and three-year starter. Selected captain by his teammates this year, Paddy leads by example on a daily basis and is one of the top players in Section IX.  He will graduate as one of the top scorers in Warwick basketball history. Paddy has a 98-grade point average and ranks 26th in his class of 360 students.  He has made the high honor roll every semester of his high school career and is a two-year member of the National Honor Society. Paddy plans on attending college and is interested in Notre Dame, Penn State and Michigan Universities.  He will major in Engineering.

 

ARMAND PALMER – #5

Armand has been a member of the boys basketball program for two years.  A two-year varsity player, Armand has developed into a quality basketball player.  A great teammate, he is well liked and respected.  He has an 80-grade point average, and plans on attending SUNY Delhi to major in Electrical Construction.  He would like to continue playing basketball in college.

 

SCOTT TIGER – #21

Scott has been a member of the boys basketball program for six years.   A two-year varsity player, this season he has been a starter at the forward position.  Scott was selected captain by his teammates this season and has been an outstanding leader, especially to the underclassmen on the team.  A very intelligent player, Scott is one of our top rebounders and defensive players this season.  He has an 88-grade point average.  He will be attending college next year to major in Mechanical Engineering and has narrowed his choices of schools down to SUNY Oneonta, Clemson and St. John’s University.

 

 

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