Despite a very different fall season, there were a number of postseason awards for our St. Luke’s student athletes.
Julia Lombardo ‘21 was named on the All-New England and All-State Preparatory School teams for girls soccer for her outstanding contributions. Lombardo received All-State recognition in 2019 also and will be continuing her soccer career at Colgate University in the fall.
The Storm football team continued its annual tradition of honoring its players with team awards. Ethan Righter ‘23 was named JV Player of the Year, Dean Pallas’21 received the Richard M. Whitcomb Lineman Award, Jeremy Reid ‘21 was honored as the Defensive Player of the Year and Koy Price ‘21 was named Offensive Player of the Year.
The Momma Thomas Award, which is given to the player who demonstrates supreme character, maximum effort, humility, and love throughout the season, went to James Kontulis ‘21.
The final award given was the Pat Thomas Award. This award is presented each year to the player who has excelled in sportsmanship, leadership, academic proficiency, and school spirit. This fall, the honor went to Austin Andersen ‘21.
All other fall sports either didn’t have postseason awards or are waiting for recipients to be named.
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