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Winter Athletic Awards Announced
Winter Athletic Awards Announced

The Winter Athletic Awards ceremony took place Thursday, March 10, in the Putnam Family Arts Center's Class of '45 Hall. In addition to team awards, eight St. Markers earned All-Independent School League (ISL) honors, and seven received ISL honorable mentions.

Girls' squash became Class D New England Champions and also earned the New England Class D Sportsmanship Award. As previously reported, Anaya Strong '24 won the National Prep Wrestling Championship in her weight division, and the St. Mark's girls' wrestling team placed third at nationals. Wrestlers Jiayi Yu '23 and Nate Consigli '25 earned wrestling All-New England honors, and varsity girls' basketball player Brianna James '22 was selected as a NEPSAC Class B East All-Star. On the ice, Michael Fisher '22 was chosen as the ISL MVP for boys' hockey. Fisher was recently featured in this article on nhlentrydraft.com as one of four talented high school hockey players to watch for in the 2022 NHL Draft.

The Wiedergott Award, presented each season to the program with the best winning percentage by a team at any level, went to the varsity boy's hockey team, who also won the ISL Eberhart Division Championship with a decisive 5-1 win over Groton on February 26. That win earned them the number-one seed in the New England Prep Piatelli/Simmons Division Tournament; and in the quarterfinals of the NEPSAC Small School Playoffs on March 2, St. Mark's defeated Portsmouth Abbey 4-0 at home. The team then faced off against Pomfret on March 5, losing 1-0. Congratulations to the varsity boys' hockey team on a fantastic season.

Additional winter athletic award winners from each sport appear below.

Boys' Basketball

Varsity: 3-16; JV: 0-16; Thirds: 4-6

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Ethan Karabanow '22

Most Improved Player (MIP): John Hegarty '24

Robb Award*: Ryan Taylor '23

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award JV: Ryan Lewis '23

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award Thirds: Condy Bao '25

*The Robb Award is given to that boy and girl who best combine athletic ability with leadership, commitment, and team spirit.

Girls' Basketball

Varsity: 9-11; JV: 3-10

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Brianna James '22 and Tatum Forbes '22

Most Improved Player (MIP): Meredith Dane '25

Robb Award*: Laryssa Barbosa '22

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award: Yuslis Rameriz Roche '24

*The Robb Award is given to that boy and girl who best combine athletic ability with leadership, commitment, and team spirit.

All-ISL: Brianna James '22

ISL Honorable Mention: Tatum Forbes '22

Boys' Ice Hockey

Varsity: 20-6-2; JV: 6-2-5

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Michael Fisher '22

Most Improved Player (MIP): Drew Carr '25

Maker Prize*: Dom Murphy '22

Tudor Prize*: Adam Costley '22

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award: Ryan Harper '22

*The Maker Prize is awarded to that male and female hockey player who scores the most points over the course of the season.

*The Tudor Prize is awarded to that hockey player in the VI Form who shall have shown not only excellence in the game, but also those qualities of fine sportsmanship which St. Mark's has so successfully installed into many athletes.

All-ISL: Calvin Beard '24, Michael Fisher '22, Richard Gallant '25, Andrew Gibbons '24, Dom Murphy '22

ISL Honorable Mention: Adam Costley '22, Maddox Lizotte '24, Jimmy Lyver '24, Justin Pare '24

Girls' Ice Hockey

Varsity: 8-12-2; JV: 5-6

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Avery McInerny '22

Most Improved Player (MIP): Hadley Gibbons '25

Maker Prize*: Molly Lefebvre '23

Frey Prize*: Hannah Macleod '22

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award: Marianne Lyons '22

*The Maker Prize is awarded to that male and female hockey player who scores the most points over the course of the season.

*The Frey Prize is given in memory of Laura, Class of 2003, by her family and friends. The Laura Frey Ice Hockey Prize will be awarded to that member of the girls' varsity hockey team whose contribution to the team can be best characterized by sportsmanship and teamwork.

All-ISL: Molly Lefebvre '23

ISL Honorable Mention: Avery McInerny '22, Carlisle Brush '23

Boys' Squash

Varsity: 3-11; JV: 2-7; Thirds: 0-4

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Alden Mehta '22

Most Improved Player (MIP): Carey Huang '25

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award JV: Joe Hu '25

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award Thirds: Sebastian Rome '23

Girls' Squash

Varsity: 5-11; JV: 3-7; Thirds: 1-3

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Christine Ling '23

Most Improved Player (MIP): Jackie Huang '24

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award JV: Ingrid Yeung '23

Enthusiasm, Teamwork, and Attitude (ETA) Award Thirds: Remy English '23

Wrestling

Varsity: 8-7

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Nate Consigli '25

Most Improved Player (MIP): Ben Markle '24

Coe Prize*: Jiayi Yu '23

*The Coe Prize is given to that member of the varsity wrestling team who best demonstrates skill in wrestling because of his/her cooperation, diligence and courage.

All-ISL: Nate Consigli '25