East Haven Athletes Honored In 2018-2019 SCC
Several EHHS student-athletes have earned All-Southern Connecticut Conference honors for the 2018-19 winter sports season. This includes players from our boys and girls basketball, boys and girls ice hockey, boys swimming, boys and girls indoor track, wrestling, gymnastics and cheerleading teams.
Boys Basketball: Nate Furino
Girls Basketball: Makenzie Helms (first team) and Alexis Pendziwater (second team)
Cheerleading: Emily Miller, and Sophia Speringo
Boys Ice Hockey: Division II First team, Goalie Logan Hamilton
Boys Swimming: 100-yard freestyle, Hethon Foster
Wrestling: First team honored 113 – Victor Garcia and 120 – Mathew Divito. Second team, 138 – Tanner Divito.
Girls indoor track: Kisha Francois, 55 meters
The honorees for the fall sports SCC, 2019, have also been released: sports included are boys/girls cross country, field hockey, boys/girls soccer, girls volleyball, girls swimming and football.
Boys soccer: Alejandro Sanchez (second team)
Girls soccer: Isabella Pilato (first team), Angelina Munoz (second team), and Emily Pycela (second team)
Girls Volleyball: Isabella Ragaini (first team) and Eliza Goldberg (second team)
Girls Swimming: Norah Rome for 200-yard Freestyle and 500-yard Freestyle (East Haven/Cross).
Football: Tier 3 defensive lineman Calvin Nelson, linebackers Jake Marquardt and Giacomo Izzo, and defensive backs Mike Caruso and Mike Castellano.
The COS/NOW SCC Tier 3 Coach of Year was coach Scott Benoit.
Below are the SCC honorees from the 2019 spring sports season. This includes boys volleyball, boys and girls golf, girls and boys outdoor track & field, boys and girls tennis, girls and boys lacrosse, baseball and softball.
Girls Outdoor Track: Kisha Francois, second team for the 100 meter dash and long jump.
Girls Tennis: Jenna Pane (Division II)
Boys Tennis: Joe Brown and Mat Divito (Division II for doubles)
Baseball: Hunter Santana and Jack Kabel (All-Hammonasset)
Softball: First team, Tori Heaphy. Second team, Magdelena Barthel, and Becky Flynn.
Overall EHHS had many athletes accomplish goals in the sports fall, winter, and spring SCC. We will continue to thrive in sports, but always need more players to carry on these legends as seniors leave.