Top Ten Male Winter Athletes To Watch
Rob O’Gara (I), number one winter athlete to watch (McKean Tomkins/TMM)
1.Rob O’Gara (I)Rob O’Gara, returning to the ice for his second year as a part of the Milton Hockey team should prove to be a critical factor if the team hopes to defend their title in the ISL. A talented player and respected leader of the team, as both the captain, and one of the leagues strongest defenders, O’Gara’s performance will play a big role in the team’s success.
2.Travis Sheldon (I)
Sheldon has been a member of the Milton basketball team for three years now. After a strong season last year, Sheldon looks to lead his team through another competitive season. His extreme speed complimented with an immense knowledge of the game makes Sheldon one of the ISL’s strongest point guards.
3.Ike Ngwudo (II)
Now a junior, Ngwudo’s has refined his skills and developed physically. This year looks promising for Ngwudo, as he will need to assume a significant role on the team to ensure their success. Ngwudo’s natural ability coupled with an unmatched desire to improve and do anything he can to help his team win, make him an extremely important member of the varsity basketball team.
4.Alec Brennan (III)
Brennan, a sophomore, will need to fill the role of last years center Dennis Clifford. Alec is the tallest player on the basketball team and will need to play to his full potential, dominating the glass, and making himself a presence offensively in the low post.
5.Jesse Pagliuca (I)
A senior on the Basketball Team, Pagliuca is a magnificent three-point shooter. He understands the flow of the game and knows how to put his team in a position to win. More important than his shooting ability is his ability to help lead his team. As a senior, Pagliuca commands the respect of his team and helps to unify the players on and off the court.
6.Anthony Sabitsky (II)
A new member of the Milton Hockey team, Anthony should help the team tremendously. A very talented Hockey player, Anthony shows much promise for the upcoming season.
7.Charlie Blasberg (III)
Hailing from Zurich, Blasberg has established himself as a competitive force on Milton’s squash team. He is incredibly fun to watch, mixing quick reflexes and athleticism with impeccable accuracy. There is a grace to his game, perhaps born of an inner Swiss discipline. It is no coincidence that this newcomer has already boosted himself to the upper ranks of the team; things look promising for young Charlie.
8.Max Motroni (II)
A new junior, Motroni demonstrates an extremely high level of talent. He is a quick and scrappy point guard, who has excellent court vision, can penetrate to the hoop, and plays stifling defense. For the basketball team to be successful this year, Motroni must be able to maintain a high level of energy throughout the game and control the tempo of the game while he is on the court.
9.Justin Lee (I)
Returning to the team for his third consecutive year, this Wolcott powerhouse is occupying the 195 lb slot on the Varsity Wrestling Team. Adevoted rugby player and fan, Lee will be a major asset to the team, using his tackling skills and bulldog-like aggressiveness to bring down heavier opponents.
10.Eric Davis (I)
As the shooting guard for the Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team, Davis possesses immense offensive ability. His ability to drive to the hoop and shoot outside jump shots makes him a constant threat on the basketball court. Completing the back-court with Travis Sheldon, Davis will need to be an offensive presence to ensure success for the basketball team.
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on Dec 9 2011. Filed under Sports
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