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Madelyn Szczechowski / Gabriel Richard High School / Volleyball
Emily Buck / Edsel Ford High School / Volleyball
She an incredible athlete. She is our captain. She is truly a great role model for the program.
Madison Price / Trenton High School / Cross Country
Madison has recently shattered the 5k school record with an 18 minute and 50 second performance at the Wayne County Invitational where also was the top Division 2 runner by over a minute! Last weekend Madison won the Downriver Gabriel Richard Invite which recognizes the top runners in the area. Madison is currently the #17 senior in the entire state of Michigan.
Kendall Ashley / Redford Union High School / Swimming
Kendall Ashley placed 3rd in her 100 butterfly and 5th 50 free, she also received All League.
Marco Calo / Trenton High School / Football
Marco Calo is not only a stand-out athlete, he is a tremendous student and an even better person. He can always be counted on to be ready and able for any challenge-academic or athletic. He is a Captain and a two-way starter for the varsity football team and a guard on the varsity basketball team. He is the model for Student-Athletes.
Daniel Wynn / Cass Tech High School / Football
Great Social Skill, Team Leader
Jamal Jackson / Summit Academy / Cross Country
Jamal Jackson ran in the MHSAA Cross Country State Finals at Michigan International Speedway. Last season Jamal was injured early in the cross season with a fractured foot. After physical therapy and months off, he came back for track season to get injured again, now with the other foot. When summer training began for cross country, Jamal wasn’t even able to start. Finally, by August, Jamal was able to start running a couple miles a day and could gradually increase his mileage. It was a humbling and proud moment for me to watch him line up today for the State Finals, knowing how hard he has worked not only the past year, but over his entire running career. He deserved this moment and I couldn’t be more proud to have coached him the past four years. Jamal finished in 125th place out of 240 runners and he ran a personal record time of 17:20! It was a great way to end his cross country high school experience.