Boardman High School recognized its fall championship teams and all-star student-athletes last week during halftime of the Spartan basketball team’s home game against Struthers.
Recognized were the following:
The boys’ varsity golf team won Boardman’s first All-American Conference title with team members Brian Terlesky, Cade Kreps, Ethan Thomas, Bobby Jonda, Tony Ieracia and Brian Kordupel. Terleskey was selected AAC boys golf Player of the Year, earning first team AAC honors and was a state tournament qualifier. Thomas and Kreps were named first team AAC, as well as honorable mention NEO.
The Boardman girls varsity golf team finished as AAC co-champions with team members Jacinta Pikunas, Jenna Vivo, Britney Jonda, Tori Augustine, Kathryn Ritz and Katelyn Hosa. Pikunas was selected AAC Player of the Year, and earned first team AAC honors and was a state qualifier for the second year in a row. Vivo also earned first team AAC and district honorable mention honors, and Jonda was named to the first team All-AAC.
In football, where the Spartans played with a league affiliation, Mario Graziani and Evan Croutch were named All Inland Northeast District second team, while Matt Filipovich and Erick Ritz earned All Inland District Northeast special mention
Members of the Boardman boys soccer team earned accolades, including Andrew Gable and Zach Stamp, first team AAC and Division I All District; Zach Smotzer was named second team AAC; and
Adam Calhoun and Zach Fryda were named Division I All District.
In girls soccer, Boardman’s Alison Green was named All-Ohio first team, District Player of the Year, and first team All-AAC. Kristen Huck earned first team All District and second team AAC laurels. Heaton O’Hara was named first team All-AAC, and Megan O’Neil was named first team All District.
In girls volleyball, Boardman’s Hope Landers was named first team AAC and first team All District, Katie Platt was second team AAC and second team All District. Amanda Lipke was named second team AAC and first team All District, and Krista Johnson was named second team All District
In girls cross country, Lady Spartan Jordan Grantonic was named the AAC Runner of the Year and selected first team AAC. Casey Zaitzew was also named first team All-AAC.
In boys cross country, Boardman’s Nick Long was named first team AAC and Ethan Schwendeman was named second team AAC.
Boardman’s Kacie Santilli was named first team AAC in tennis.