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Megna, Brief receive OCIAA Senior Student-Athlete Awards

on March 18, 2016

Seniors Brooke Megna and Davis Brief have received Senior Student-Athlete Awards from the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association.

The Senior Scholar Athlete Award is given to a female and male student-athlete in each OCIAA member school. In order to be eligible for the award, students must be in the top 20 percent of their class, participate in at least one varsity sport, be an outstanding athlete and display outstanding citizenship off the field.

Davis Brief

Picture of male student-athlete Davis Brief

Davis Brief

Grade Point Average: 92.7  (unweighted), 98.24  (weighted)

Class Ranking: 28/327

Sports participated in: Varsity Football

Honors, letters, records, by sport:

  • 5 Year Varsity Player
  • All State Punter/ Kicker, Times Herald Record All Star, Two Time East Bay All American
  • Warwick HS Second All-time Leading Point Scorer for Football (171 Points in career).

Positions Played: Punter/ Kicker

Extracurricular Activities:

  • National Honor Society Member
  • Band President
  • Jazz Band Member

Future Plans:

  • National Letter of Intent to attend Dartmouth College
  • Study mathematics
  • Play football

Brook Megna

Picture of female student-athlete Brook Megna

Brook Megna

Grade Point Average: 94.61 (unweighted), 99.41 (weighted)

Class Ranking: 20/327

Sports participated in:Varsity Soccer (Jr, Sr), Varsity Softball (9 – 12 Grade)

Honors, letters, records, by sport:

  • Softball – All State Selection
  • Soccer – Captain and All Coaches Association Team

Positions Played:

  • Soccer-center back
  • Softball – short stop

Extracurricular Activities:

  • National Honor Society
  • EMS
  • NYSPHSAA Scholar – Athlete

Community Service:

  • Recreation Basketball Volunteer Coach
  • Beautiful People Volunteer

Future Plans:

  • Study biology at Binghamton University
  • Play softball

 

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