Student-Athlete of the Week
- School for Boys - August 27-September 3
- School for Girls August 27-September 3
- School for Boys September 3-10
- School for Girls September 3-10
- School for Boys September 10-17
- School for Girls September 10-17
- School for Boys September 17-24
- School for Girls September 17-24
- School for Boys September 24-October 1
- School for Girls September 24-October 1
- School for Boys October 1-8
- School for Girls October 1-8
- School for Boys October 8-15
- School for Girls October 8-15
- School for Boys October 15-22
- school for girls October 15-22
- School for Boys October 22-29
- School for Girls October 22 -29
School for Girls
Congratulations to Freshman Kaleigh Burke member of the Girl’s Cross-Country team. Kaleigh comes to every practice with an upbeat attitude and strong work ethic. She ran 2.8 miles in 21 minutes and 13 seconds at the Grafton Scrimmage on August 31st, finishing in 3rd place overall. The only two Grafton runners to finish ahead of her were a sophomore and a senior. Kaleigh was the first freshman across the finish line, and the first ever cross country runner to finish a race for the Malden Catholic School for Girls. Congratulations Kaleigh!
School for Boys
Congratulations to Sub-Varsity Football player freshman Aiden Cole, this week’s Student Athlete of the Week! Aiden caught 5 passes for 80 yards and had 6 tackles and 1 pass deflection in the JV football game against Methuen. In addition Aiden was named the JV practice player of the week last week and will dress in this Friday night’s Varsity game against Masconomet. Congrats Aiden!
School for Girls
Congratulations to Freshman Kayla Jackson this week’s Student Athlete of the Week! Kayla is a member of the Game Day Cheer Squad. At the Boys Varsity Football Game versus Methuen, Kayla’s leadership really shined. She called every cheer perfectly, and made sure the rest of the squad was ready before doing so. During practice, Kayla is the first person to help others – without being asked to do so – and does it with a smile on her face. For her hard work, dedication, and true Lancer spirit, Kayla is a perfect example to be student athlete of the week! Congrats Kayla!
School for Boys
Congratulations to Freshman, Neil Harrington this week’s Student Athlete of the Week! Neil is a member of the Cross-Country team. He is an extremely talented and extremely humble young runner. He ran 3 kilometers in 10 minutes and 58 seconds at the Bob MacDougall 3k on September 15th. His average pace was 5:53 per mile. He finished in ninth place overall, earning him one of the top 10 medals in his division. Congrats Neil!
School for Girls
Congratulations to Lily Mineo this week’s Student Athlete of the Week! Lily is a member of volleyball team. This past week, Lily tallied 5 aces and a kill in our first two matches. On the court, Lily is one of the most committed and energetic players, always trying her absolute hardest and contributing to the team in so many ways. Off the court, Lily has continuously been a positive energy for her teammates helping to keep the team spirit high and enthusiasm even higher. Because of her dedication, resilience, and spirit, Lily is a great example of what a student-athlete of the week should be. Congrats Lily!
School for Girls
Congratulations to Angie Mejia this week’s Student Athlete of the Week. Angie is a member of the Soccer team. Angie comes to every practice ready to listen, learn and work hard. Her constant positivity and willingness to help others during games and practices helps elevate the intensity and focus on the field. Angie will always be heard during games, talking and encouraging her team mates and is a great example of a selfless, hard working MC Student Athlete.
School for Girls
Congratulations to Lily Baglio this week’s Student Athlete of the Week. Lily is a member of the Girls Sub-Varsity Volleyball team. She played a large role in MC’s back row against Bishop Feehan and Taunton on Saturday. Although she was dealing with an injury of her own, she fought through it in order for the team to succeed and even volunteered to replace another teammate who got injured during a game! Although she couldn’t play against AP earlier in the week, she stepped up to run the scoreboard during the game. Congrats Lily!
Congratulations to Eric Kasili this week’s Student Athlete of the Week. Eric is a member of the Sub-Varsity Soccer team. He is the starting forward and scored his first career goal as a Lancer during our 2-1 victory over Catholic Memorial. Eric’s been working extremely hard both on and off the field, and we are glad that he finally got to see the fruit of his labor. After receiving a great paCss he struck the ball into the corner. Keep up the good work!
Congratulations to Hannah Burton this week’s Student Athlete of the Week. Hannah is a member of the Cross-Country team. She has a positive attitude each day. She is committed and has shown great improvement since the beginning of the season. She contributes to the team at every opportunity and even arranges rides for many other students on the team. We enjoy Hannah’s good humor. Cross Country wouldn’t be the same without her.
Congratulations to Jarrod Wardwell, this week’s Student Athlete of the Week! Jarrod is a senior captain of the Cross-Country team. He is a hardworking and charismatic athlete. He consistently provides a positive example for all his teammates to look up to. He strives to get better every week, and he is one of the most reliable runners on the team. He recently ran the Play Brigade 5k in 19 minutes and 26 seconds finishing in 9th place overall out of 275 runners.
Congratulations to Lilyanna Romero this week’s Student Athlete of the Week! Lilyanna is a member of the Game Day Cheer team. She comes to every practice and game ready to cheer! At games, Lily tries her hardest to get the crowd involved in cheering on the football team. When standing clean & watching the game, Lily is still cheering on the football team with chants like “let’s go boys!” and “you got this!”. When she is told to cheer louder, tighten her motions, or stand clean, Lily does so without complaining. For her charisma, infectious spirit, and positive attitude, Lily is one of the most deserving people for student athlete of the week, and a true cheerLEADER!
Congratulations to Aiden Barry this week’s Student Athlete of the Week. Aiden is a member of the Sub-Varsity Football team. He made his first varsity start this past week. He rushed three times for 18 yards and also played free safety and had 4 tackles and one pass deflection. In addition Aidan is an honors student.
Congratulations to Isabella Paragona this week’s Student Athlete of the Week! Isabella is a member of the Sub-Varsity Soccer team. She is quite literally the first person on the field every practice or game and the last to leave, after offering her help tidying away or carrying equipment. Isabella is a leader on game day on and off of the field and refuses to stop working hard regardless of the game situation. Her energy lifts others around her and her growth as a Soccer player this Fall has been vast.
Congratulations to Dylan Lever, this week’s Student Athlete of the Week! Dylan is a senior member of the Cross-Country team. He is a true team player and he is the epitome of a coachable athlete. He gets faster and stronger every week. He recently ran the The Catholic Conference Classic 5k in 21 minutes and 58 seconds. He ran just over 20 minutes at the Twilight Invitational, and he is working hard to break 20 minutes before the end of the season. Congrats Dylan!
Congratulations to Kayley Ryan, this week’s Student Athlete of the Week. Kayley is a member of the Sub-Varsity Volleyball team. She is one of the most reliable members of the volleyball team. She is consistently the first to help get the gym ready for practice or a game, and without ever being told will always help out during practice to grab the spare volleyballs around the gym. Kayley is one of the most humble players on the team, never calling attention to herself, but at the same time has grown tremendously as a player in talent and leadership over the season. She has turned into a leader by example and has helped to set a standard of what an MC volleyball player should be like in our program. Congrats Kayley!