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Kelly and Perry Honored at Section III Scholar-Athlete Award Dinner

Kelly and Perry Honored at Section III Scholar-Athlete Award Dinner

Seniors Madison Kelly and Amar Perry earned Section III scholar-athlete honors at the Section III Scholar-Athlete Award Dinner held on the campus of Onondaga Community College on June 10.

At the conclusion of each school year, Section III Athletics honors its member schools and their top senior athletes who excelled both in the classroom and on the playing field. The Section III Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner celebrates the accomplishments of the section’s top scholar-athletes and recognizes the achievement of each student. The best male and female scholar-athletes from each of the schools within Section III are honored at this event with plaques and certificates. The Section III Scholar-Athlete Award is the highest academic honor bestowed by the organization.

Madison earned a cumulative grade point average of 92.5 throughout her high school career and earned eight varsity letters while participating in soccer, basketball, softball, and track and field. Madison was the recipient of the Frankfort-Schuyler Girls Soccer Team Award, Girls Basketball Team Award, Lt. Joseph Ferraro Memorial Award and the Yvonne Gigliotti Female Athlete Memorial Award; which were presented at the Frankfort-Schuyler Varsity Letter Banquet on June 5. Madison plans to attend SUNY Oswego in the fall, where she will study dentistry and continue her soccer career.         

Amar earned a cumulative grade point average of 88 during his high school career and earned seven varsity letters while participating in football, basketball, baseball, and track and field. Amar was the recipient of the Frank “Marely” Bellino Memorial Award, Corey Scialdo Memorial Award and the Andrew Barberio “Big A” Memorial Award; which were presented at the Frankfort-Schuyler Varsity Letter Banquet. Amar plans to attend SUNY Cortland in the fall, where he will study electrical engineering.

Congratulations to Madison and Amar, and best of luck in your future endeavors!