The Hull High School Boosters presented their annual athletic awards last week to deserving student-athletes this past academic year.
The following special awards, along with the award sponsor, highlighted the evening:
Richardson Insurance Award for the Student-Athlete who displays loyalty and service to girls’ sports: Siobhan Burke
Peters Family Award for the Student-Athlete who displays loyalty and service to boys’ sports: Hayden Anastos
EM 20 Ryan Family Award for the Outstanding Female Athlete: Carly Donovan
Hull Knights of Columbus Award for Outstanding Male Athlete: Jimmy Polito
Grey Family Award for Student–Athlete who demonstrates perseverance and team effort: Ben Olivieri
Principal’s Award for male and female student-athlete who display outstanding sportsmanship: Isabella Hendrickson and Robert Hunter
Athletic Department Award for student-athlete who has made tremendous contributions to the athletic department: Siobhan Burke
Superintendent’s Award for scholar-athlete based on participation in three sports for at least two years maintaining the highest-class rank: Maeve Donohue
Donald Desmond Memorial Award for outstanding male and female athlete based on excellence in two sports for at least two years and showing outstanding academic performance: Carly Donovan and Nolan Tiani
William Quattlebaum Memorial Award for Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year: Max Iorio
The full list of the Boosters Athletic Awards will be posted next week.
Stating their case
Three Hull High School track and field athletes have qualified for the All-State meet after winning performances last week.
In the girls’ team 90-39 loss to Norwell, Mattie Tuchman won the 100 hurdles, which sent her to state qualification. The girls’ team finished with a 3-5 record. The boys’ team finished the season with a 4-4 mark after dropping a 73-61 decision to Norwell. Devonte Lopes won the 200 meters, and Matt McCluskey was first in the 100 meters, as each qualified for the state meet.
Youth Soccer playoffs
The boys’ grade 5/6 team blanked Duxbury, 5-0, in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday. Christian Truglia popped in a pair of goals for Hull, and single tallies came from Sam Szabo, Jacob Lin, and Tristan Lofgren. The shutdown defensive effort was led by Mason Delgallo in goal, Nate Tiani, Finn Walsh, Cameron Her, Alex McBill, Pat Lancaster, and Levi Levangie. On Sunday, Hull hung tough with top-seeded Kingston playing to a 1-1 tie at halftime but were eliminated in the semi-finals 3-1. Sam Szabo scored the lone goal for Hull. The girls’ grade 5/6-1 team was knocked out of the playoffs first round by Plymouth, 3-0. Hustling efforts came from Brianna Ramos, Libby Harper, and Natalie Riley.
Sweat for Emma
Trainers from Proving Ground Studio will offer a 50-minute body weight boot camp to honor Emma Ryan and support the foundation. The event is Thursday, June 24, at 7 p.m. at the high school turf field. Cost is $35 per person, and pre-registration is required. Please wear comfortable workout gear and bring your signed waiver form, water bottle, towel, and cash for post-workout refreshments. Pre-registration is preferred but walk-ins are welcome. Register at https://www.emmaryanmemorial.com/sweat-for-emma
Bay State Games sign-ups
The Bay State Games are back after being sidelined by COVID-19 last summer. Registrations are now open for student-athletes currently in grades 8-11 in various sports. This a prime showcase for high school athletes attended by college coaches throughout the region. Information can be found at www.baystategames.org
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