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Senior Athletes Spotlights: Looking Back At Their Last Seasons

by The Milton Measure on Friday, June 9th, 2017

From nationally ranked squash players to Gatorade Baseball Players of the year, the Class of 2017 is full of talented athletes. Senior year brings many new opportunities for athletes. Whether they are team captains or senior leaders, the seniors set the example on every sports team at Milton. Students spend all four years of high school looking forward to their last season, where every student hopes to achieve athletic success and enjoy a final year with his or her teammates. Buddy Mrowka (I), captain of both Boys Varsity Hockey and Baseball and recipient of this years Alfred Elliot Memorial Trophy, notes that “getting to spend time at practice and compete at games with my best friends for one last year was pretty special.” Another senior, Jen Costa (I), captain of the Girls Track and Field team, noted that “senior year sports have taught me how to be an exception leader… and I also learned that appreciation and confidence from teammates is more valuable than anything in a record book.” Buddy and Jen are perfect examples of athletic senior leaders who are focused not only on athletic accomplishments but also on bonding with teammates.

At Milton’s M-Club event on Wednesday, May 31, many seniors were recognized for their impressive talent and dedication to athletics at Milton Academy. Buddy Mrowka, Maria DeMartinis, Jen Costa, and Mike Silva were the recipients of prominent awards at the event: the Alfred Elliot Memorial Trophy, the Dorothy J. Sullivan Award, the Priscilla Bailey Award, and the Robert Saltonstall Medal respectively. Furthermore, a number of seniors were awarded for their participation in three varsity sports this year, a testament to their commitment and skill in their respective sports. Finally, two Milton seniors, Allan Rappleyea and Mike Silva, were named Scholar-Athletes by the Eastern Massachusetts chapter of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. Both will play football next year: Allan at Wake Forest University and Mike at Harvard University.

Of the large percentage of seniors that have participated in athletics at Milton, many senior athletes have committed to play sports at the varsity level at their respective colleges. By demonstrating great work ethic and ability in their athletic careers at Milton, these seniors caught the attention of many colleges. Buddy, who will be playing baseball at Harvard University next year, says, “Playing up at a new level is always exciting because of the new challenges and opportunities that will come with it. I can’t wait to get going and see what the future holds.” Additionally, two members of the current senior class, Ethan Domokos and Steven O’Connor — both members of the Boy’s Varsity Hockey Team — are headed to play Junior Hockey after the end of this year. Matt Tabor — a member of the Boy’s Varsity Baseball Team — has even caught the attention of MLB scouts with his incredible pitching abilities. These athletes have shown an extremely high level of commitment to their sports, and all three were excellent leaders in their respective sports. The skills of leadership and dedication that they have learned at Milton will surely help them in their future athletic careers.

Senior year is an excellent time for athletes to take leadership on their sports teams as role models for their teammates. For many teams, seniors helped lead their teams to great accomplishment. Whether it was the girls track and field team who ended the season by reaching second place in ISL’s, with one of the captains Cate Robertson placing 3rd in the 100 meter dash and 1st as part of the 4×100 team, or the Girls Skiing team which came in first place at New England’s, lead by senior Lydia Hill, the Class of 2017’s senior athletes stepped up to lead Milton’s sports teams to many successful seasons.

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