BHS Student named finalist at 12th Annual MIAA Student Sportsmanship Essay/Multimedia Contest

12th ANNUAL MIAA STUDENT SPORTSMANSHIP

ESSAY/MULTIMEDIA CONTEST RESULTS

“How Do the Values of Educational Athletics Build Your Future?”

The following students were selected as finalists in the 12th Annual MIAA Student Sportsmanship Essay/Multimedia Contest. First Place and Runner Up entries in both categories will present their work as honored guests at the 19th Annual MIAA Sportsmanship Summit on Friday, November 16 at Gillette Stadium. In addition, a collection of finalist and honorable mention essays will be printed in “Sportsmanship: A Game Plan for Life

Volume XII.” This booklet will be distributed to attendees of the Sportsmanship Summit and will be sent to MIAA member schools.

Congratulations to all students who submitted outstanding work for this contest.

MULTIMEDIA CATEGORY

FIRST PLACE

Carver Middle High School

RUNNER UP

Duxbury High School

FINALISTS

Roberto Diaz – Holyoke High School

Kathleen Roffo – Longmeadow High School

Lynnfield High School – Reading Memorial High School

Needham High School – West Springfield High School

Emma Chambers – Belmont High School

LITERARY CATEGORY

FIRST PLACE

Erin O’Donnell – Nashoba Regional High School

RUNNER UP

Kelly Avard – Easthampton High School

FINALISTS

Bridget Kelly – Arlington High School

Christina Wahle – Sturgis Charter Public School

Rachel Vaz – Greater New Bedford Regional Voc/Tech High School

Matt Demirs – Lynn English High School

Minseok Kwon – Littleton High School

Emily Hart – Algonquin Regional High School

Joseph McWeeney – Lexington High School

Yadin Rosen – Sharon High School

Alex Pariseau – Millbury Memorial Jr/Sr High School

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