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Local briefs: Stonington senior athletes receive honors

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Stonington High’s Elizabeth Morrison and Zach Poirier were named the top athletes during the Senior Athletic Awards Night at the School Monday.

Morrison received the Kenney-Daly Cup as the best female athlete and Poirier the Tuite Cup as the best male athlete.

Several other awards were also presented.

Kyle Gillick and Emily Prue received the Scholar Athlete Awards.

Emily Cassata and Collin Esquirol were the CAS-CIAC scholar athletes. Poirier and Cassata were the Wendy’s High School Heisman nominees.

The Stonington Booster scholarships were presented to Ryan Francis, Poirier, Cassata and Megan Roberts.

The US Army Reserve Scholar Athlete Award went to Ethan Schroeder and Roberts

C.J. Dipollino and Tia LaFrance Boyce received the U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award.

National Federation of State HS Coaches’ Associations awards were presented to Francis and Lauren Hultgren.

The Stonington Coaches’ Cups went to Anne Knizeski and Drew Solomon.



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