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Mead To Play Football For Mustangs
JMead Football
June 19, 2015 
BARKER -- Barker Central School is pleased to announce that Josh Mead will continue his football career at Mount Ida College in Boston, Massachusetts this fall where he will major in Sports Management. Below is a brief summary of Josh’s athletic highlights as well as a comment from his Barker coach, Bill Bruning and Mount Ida College Assistant Football coach, Scott Drosendahl.
 
This past football season Josh earned 2nd Team All “B” East Division honors and was awarded the Character Player of the Game by Cross Training Football in week 6.  For basketball, Josh was a member of the 2013-14 Barker Raiders undefeated Niagara-Orleans championship team and this past season Josh was selected as the Niagara-Orleans Sportsmanship Award recipient for boys’ basketball.  In the spring, Josh was a key member of 4 undefeated Niagara-Orleans championship track & field teams and one of the top throwers in the league.
 
Comments from the coaches: 
“We are very excited for Josh. As a coach it is very rewarding to see an athlete set the goal of playing college football and then seeing him reach his goal. Josh was able to do this through hard work and passion for the game. He will be a great addition to the Mount Ida Football Program.”
-Bill Bruning, Barker/Roy-Hart Varsity Football Coach 
 
“Josh is an exciting player who leaves it all out there on the field which is evident throughout his high school film. We love guys who play physical football and impose their will on opponents. He is a three sport athlete which is something we also love to see out of incoming players. With Josh's skill set he'll translate well to our U position short for utility. A running back who will line up in all different positions on the field, can block exceptionally well, catch the ball on play action with the ability to turn up field, and can get us the dirty yards in between the tackles on third and short. Overall he has the winning mentality and work ethic to excel at this level in the classroom and on Saturdays as a Mount Ida Mustang!”
-Scott Drosendahl, Mount Ida College Assistant Football Coach
 
Pictured above: Standing (left to right): Barker Athletic Director, Dave Carson; Barker/Roy-Hart Varsity Football Coach, Bill Bruning. Seated: Josh’s father, Lou Mead; Josh Mead; Josh’s mother, Lori Mead.
 
 
 
 
Bachman Will Run Cross Country At OswegoDoug Bachman Oswego
June 16, 2015 
BARKER -- Barker Central School is pleased to announce that Doug Bachman will continue his cross-country career at SUNY Oswego this fall where he will major in Chemistry/Bio-Chemistry. Below is a brief summary of Doug’s athletic highlights as well as comments from his Barker coach, Paul DerSarkissian.
 
Doug’s cross-country highlights include earning First Team All-League honors at the Niagara-Orleans League Cross Country Championships during both his junior and senior year campaigns. The Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete has been a key member of three Niagara-Orleans League and two Section VI Class D Championship teams.
 
Doug was a member of the Raiders cross country team that took 2nd place at the NYS Cross Country Championships this past fall. Bachman was also a member of the baseball team and he represented the Raiders in the N-O/G-R Exceptional Senior Baseball game that took place at G.C.C. last week.
 
“Doug is very dedicated to his sports.  He is hard working and focused.  Doug has been quite an asset to Barker Cross-Country and I thank him for his contributions to many accolades.  I know he will continue his forward progress and make an impact on the SUNY Oswego team."
-Paul DerSarkissian, Barker Cross-Country Coach
 
Pictured above, back row (left to right): Barker Head Cross-Country Coach, Paul DerSarkissian; Barker Athletic Director, Dave Carson; Barker Assistant Cross-Country Coach, Sharon Lamb. Seated: Doug’s father, James Bachman; Doug Bachman; Doug’s mother, Paula Bachman.
 
 
 
 
Benoit Set To Serve At Alfred UniversityBenoit Family
June 5, 2015
BARKER -- Barker senior, Sean Benoit will follow in his brother Peter’s (’10 Barker, ’14 Alfred University) footsteps by attending Alfred University this fall as a member of the tennis team. Like Peter, Sean will also major in Ceramic Engineering. Below is a brief summary of Sean’s athletic highlights as well as comments from Barker’s tennis coach, Mark Scofill and Alfred University coach, Brian Friedland.
 
Sean is a three time 1st Team Niagara-Orleans All-League player, a two time Niagara-Orleans Doubles Champion, and he qualified for sectionals as a singles player this past spring. The Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete was a member of two undefeated league championship teams, the 2013-14 basketball team and 2014 cross country team. Sean has a relentless work ethic on the court and he takes the same “nose to the grindstone” approach to the classroom where he carries a 94.515 G.P.A.
 
Comments from the coaches:
“Sean is a coach’s dream. His work ethic, drive, attentiveness, and humility combine to make him a young athlete who is a joy to coach. Sean is one of those athletes who look for time and space outside the standard practice to further himself in his sport, seeking to learn and practice what is necessary to improve. Sean’s character on and off the court further makes him someone with whom any coach would be pleased. I expect great things from Sean at the next level, and look forward to seeing him develop in Alfred’s tennis program. It certainly has been a pleasure to coach him here at Barker.”
-Mark Scofill, Barker Tennis Coach
 
“Alfred University Men's Tennis Team is looking forward to Sean becoming a player on our team and carrying on the tradition of quality tennis that his brother Peter brought to the program and hopefully Sean will fill a slot for us to assist in continuing our winning tradition.”
-Brian Friedland, Alfred University Head Men’s Tennis Coach
 
Pictured above, back row (left to right): Barker Tennis Coach, Mark Scofill; Barker Athletic Director, Dave Carson. Seated: Sean’s father, Peter Benoit; Sean Benoit; Sean’s mother, Sue Benoit. 
 
 
 
Spring 2015 All Western New York Scholar Athletes Announced
June 1, 2015 
BARKER -- Congratulations to Gabriella Clare, Kamilah Robison and Christopher Sweeney for being named All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete.
 
Congratulations to Allison Austin, Doug Bachman, Luz Bautista, Sean Benoit, Sergio Cruz, Melissa Grosshans, Tristan Payne, Melissa Pestinger, Carter Pisarski and Casey Webb for getting Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete. 
 
 
 
 
Clare Will Play For Knights At GeneseoGabby Clare Family
May 6, 2015
BARKER -- Barker Central School is pleased to announce that Gabriella Clare will continue her field hockey career at SUNY Geneseo this fall where she will enter as undecided. Below is a brief summary of Gabriella’s field hockey highlights as well as comments from Barker’s field hockey coach, Jeff Costello and SUNY Geneseo coach, Jess Seren.
 
Gabriella’s field hockey highlights include a spectacular senior year where she was named:
  • 1st Team Niagara-Orleans All-League
  • 1st Team All-Western New York
  • All-State team
  • Niagara-Orleans League Champion
  • Section VI Class C Champion
Gabriella has been a key member of 4 league, 5 section, and 3 Far West Regional championship field hockey teams. The Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete is also a stand out track & field athlete for the Barker Lady Raiders.
 
Comments from the coaches:
"Gabby has contributed to our program since she started playing in 7th grade and has been a factor in some of the most memorable goals Barker has scored the past 2 seasons. Her speed and strength have helped make her a dynamic player and a threat in the league, section and beyond. Gabby’s personality and commitment to skill development and winning are welcomed by both her coaches and her teammates. Her acceptance to Geneseo is a great academic start for her after Barker. We look forward to Gabby’s shining moments in the Knights’ field hockey program and her contributions to the SUNY Geneseo campus."
-Jeff Costello, Barker Field Hockey Coach
 
"We're very excited about Gabriella joining the SUNY Geneseo field hockey family this fall. Based on her high school successes on the field and in the classroom at Barker, we feel she has great potential to come in and make a significant impact not only within our program, but across campus and in the surrounding community. The same intensity she displays out on the field will no doubt help her excel both as a student and athlete here at Geneseo."
-Jess Seren, SUNY Geneseo Coach
 
Gabby Clare  
 
 
 
 
Seated (left to right): Gabriella’s sister, Katrina Clare; Gabriella’s father, Rick Clare; Gabriella Clare; Gabriella’s mother, Rebecca Clare. Standing: Barker Athletic Director, Dave Carson; Varsity Field Hockey Coach, Jeff Costello; Barker Assistant Field Hockey Coach, Bill Moeller.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Grosshans To Become A Saint
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May 3, 2015
1st Team Niagara-Orleans All-LeagueBARKER -- Barker Central School is pleased to announce that Melissa Grosshans will continue her field hockey career at St. Lawrence University this fall where she will major in Psychology and minor in Sports Studies. Melissa’s 2014 field hockey highlights include:
  • 1st Team All-Western New York
  • All-State team
  • Niagara-Orleans League Champion
  • Section VI Class C Champion
Melissa been a key member of 4 league, 5 section, and 3 Far West Regional championship field hockey teams. The Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete also plays basketball and softball for the Barker Lady Raiders.
 
Comments from the Coaches:
“The Barker field hockey program looks forward to a bright college career for Melissa Grosshans at St. Lawrence University. Melissa takes to the Saints her winning attitude, remarkable work ethic and her mentality of playing low and with her head up. She has a great knowledge of the game and is a determined and committed player to be successful. She’s a player who makes herself and her teammates better in practice and in the offseason. Her contributions to Barker’s success are immeasurable. She has been an exceptional student-athlete and will be a great addition to the St. Lawrence field hockey program and to the university.”
-Jeff Costello, Barker Field Hockey Coach
 
“We are very excited that Melissa has chosen St. Lawrence. We feel she is a terrific fit both academically and athletically. She’s going to offer a lot to our field hockey program. We really like the way she moves on the field. She’s a really gutsy player and a she’s a really good team player. She has great field vision. So we’re very excited about that. On top of that she’s a tremendous person. Her personality fit extremely really well with our team when she visited. As a student-athlete she really represents and we feel will represent St. Lawrence very well on both on the academic side and the athletic side.”
-Fran Grembowicz, St. Lawrence University Field Hockey Coach
 
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Back Row (left to right): Barker Athletic Director, David Carson; Retired Barker Field Hockey Coach and Section VI Field Hockey Coordinator, Judith Otto; Barker Field Hockey Coach, Jeff Costello; Assistant Barker Field Hockey Coach, Bill Moeller. Seated (left to right): Melissa’s Mother, Wendy Grosshans; Melissa Grosshans; and Melissa’s Father, Scott Grosshans.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cruz NU1 Cruz To Run For Purple Eagles
April 16, 2015 
BARKER --  Barker Central School is pleased to announce that Sergio Cruz will continue his cross-country career at Niagara University this fall where he will major in nursing.
 
Sergio’s cross-country 2014 highlights include:
  • Overall winner at the Niagara-Orleans Cross-Country Championships
  • Member of the First Team Niagara-Orleans All-League team
  • Honorable Mention All-Western New York runner
  • All-State Honors at the NYSPHSAA Cross-Country Championships
The 4-time scholar-athlete has been a key member of 3 league, 4 section, and 1 state championship cross-country team.
 
Sergio’s success continued in the spring where he has been a member of 4 undefeated league championship track & field teams and he was last year’s league champion in the 3200 meter run.
 
Comments from the coaches: 
"Sergio has given his heart and soul to Barker's running sports.  His drive, work ethic and focus are second to none. I wish him well at the next level and thank him for all he has done for Barker cross country."
-Paul DerSarkissian, Barker Cross-Country Coach
 
“What I found most impressive about Sergio is there was never an off-season for him.  He worked extremely hard at honing his craft.  Sergio is an excellent role model for Barker student-athletes.”
-James Jurewicz, Barker Track & Field Coach
 
“We’re incredibly excited that Sergio has chosen Niagara University. As soon as we met him, we knew he’d be a perfect fit to our Purple Eagle family; not just because he’s a talented runner, but because of his passion for the sport as a whole and his dedication to succeed a student as well as an athlete.”
-Christine Kloiber, Niagara University Cross-Country Coach
  

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Back Row (left to right): Sergio’s Sister, Beatriz Cruz; Sergio’s Mother, Amalia Cruz; Sergio’s Father Luis Cruz; Assistant Cross-Country Coach, Sharon Lamb; Head Track & Field Coach, James Jurewicz; Head Cross-Country Coach, Paul DerSarkissian. Seated: Sergio Cruz.
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
All Western New York Scholar Athletes Announced For Winter 2014-2015 Season
March 19, 2015
BARKER -- Congratulations to Renee Levy and Melissa Grosshans for being selected as All-Western New York Scholar-Athletes for this past winter season.
 
Congratulations to the following athletes that received Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete recognition this past winter season: Allison Austin, Maicie Baker, Sean Benoit, Morgan Brown, Melissa Pestinger, Christopher Sweeney, and Casey Webb.
 
 
 
 
2015 Niagara PAL Winners  
 
 
 
 
 
Grosshans And Sweeney Honored At PAL Dinner 
February 22, 2015
NIAGARA FALLS -- On Sunday, the Niagara Police Athletic League recognized the top athletes in Niagara County. Receiving honors from Barker were Christopher Sweeney and Melissa Grosshans. Congratulations to both of you on an outstanding athletic career at Barker Central School.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
All Western New York Scholar Athletes Announced For Fall 2014 Season
December 2, 2014
BARKER -- Congratulations to Renee Levy for being named to the All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete Field Hockey Team.
 
Congratulations to the following athletes that received Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete recognition this past fall: Allison Austin, Doug Bachman, Sean Benoit, Morgan Brown, Gabriella Clare, Sergio Cruz, Melissa Grosshans, Melissa Pestinger, Alexandrea VeRost and Christopher Sweeney.
 
 
  
Coach Bill Wilson
 
 
 
Barker Coach Receives Highest Sportsmanship Honor from Section VI
August 6, 2014 
BARKER -- On August 27, 2014 Barker’s Mr. William Wilson will be recognized by Section VI as the Niagara-Orleans Sportsmanship Coach of the Year. For more than 30 years Mr. Wilson has served as an outstanding role model for our student-athletes and the entire Raider coaching staff. Coach Wilson exemplifies courtesy, respect, and sportsmanship. For more than three decades Mr. Wilson has been an ambassador of sportsmanship throughout the Niagara-Orleans Athletic League and Section VI Athletics. Over the years, his teams have displayed the best sportsmanship practices and they have been recognized on many occasions as the Niagara-Orleans Athletic League Sportsmanship Award Recipient. Whether it is his students in his science class or his athletes on the soccer field, cross-country course, track, or pool, Mr. Wilson always makes sure his students “do the right thing”. Congratulations Coach Wilson!
  
 
 
 
  
Winter Scholar Athletes Announced
June 30, 2015
BARKER -- Congratulations to the following spring athletes that earned All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete Honors for their effort in the classroom:
Julia Atwater
Olivia Denny
Hayley Richbart
 
Congratulations to the following winter athletes that earned Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete for their effort in the classroom:
Brooke Bodine
Nolan Bouchane
Morgan Fay 
Timothy Flint 
Bryce Moeller
Leah Perkins 
Jarid Worthington
 
 
  
Denny To Play Field Hockey For Yellowjackets
Olivia Denny
June 25, 2014 
BARKER -- Barker Central School is pleased to announce that Barker’s Olivia Denny will continue her field hockey career at the University of Rochester this fall.
 
Denny's 2013 field hockey highlights include:
  • Olivia earned 2013 1st Team Niagara-Orleans All-League.
  • 2013 First Team All-WNY.
  • 2013 All-State honors.
  • Member of the Lady Raiders dynasty field hockey program since 7th grade.
  • Key player on 4 Niagara-Orleans Championship teams, 4 Class C Section VI Championship teams, and 3 Far West Regional Championship teams. 
Denny’s other sport highlights (basketball and softball) include:
Olivia was a major contributor to Barker’s basketball and softball programs:
  • 4-year starting point guard.
  • Earned Honorable Mention or 2nd Team All-League over the past 3 seasons.
  • Finished her basketball career representing Barker in the Exceptional Senior game.
  • 2-time First Team All-League player in softball
  • Starter on the Varsity Softball team since the 8th grade.
Denny has been recognized by several groups as an exception Scholar-Athlete:
  • Olivia is a 3-time All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete
  • New York State Athletic Administrators Association Scholar-Athlete Award recipient
  • Time Warner Scholar-Athlete of the week honoree
  • Niagara-Orleans Scholar-Athlete Award
  • Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year by Channel 4.
Comments from the Coaches:
“Olivia Denny’s individual and team accomplishments as a member of the Barker Field Hockey program are many. She was a major contributor to the teams which competed in the State Semi Finals 3 of the last 4 years. She has been the type of player who gives maximum effort and commitment to better herself and her team year round. As a player in several off season development programs and tournaments, Olivia has always pushed herself to be the best player possible, challenges her teammates to be successful, and shows a genuine love for the game. Her recent selection as the WIVB Channel 4 Scholar Athlete of the Year also shows that she has excelled in the classroom. I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to coach her at both the JV and the Varsity level and on the basketball court as well. Her contributions to both programs have been immeasurable. As she transitions to the college game and college life, I have no doubt that she will continue her success and strive to meet her goals. The University of Rochester is gaining a real talent with a bright future."
-Jeff Costello, Barker Field Hockey Coach 

“We are thrilled to have Olivia join our program here at the University of Rochester. Olivia has great poise with the ball, speed on the attack and makes great decisions and I believe she will adjust quickly to the college game and make an immediate contribution to our team this fall. Rochester is a great fit for Olivia academically as well, and I believe Olivia will thrive both on and off the field at Rochester. I couldn’t be happier to welcome Olivia and her family to Rochester!”
-Wendy Andreatta, University of Rochester Women's Field Hockey Coach
 
 
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Pictured: Back Row (L-R): Barker Athletic Director, Dave Carson; Barker Field Hockey Coach, Jeff Costello; Front Row (L-R): Olivia's dad, Mel Denny; Olivia Denny; Olivia's mother, Meg Denny.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Luckman To Continue Basketball Career At Alfred State 
June 16, 2014
BARKER -- Barker Central School is pleased to announce that Barker’s Mitchell Luckman will continue his basketball career at Alfred State this fall. 
Luckman's basketball highlights include:
Mitch Luckman
  • 2013-14 First Team All-League Niagara-Orleans
  • 2013-14 Barker Raiders Co-MVP (shared honor with Jacob Haight)
  • 2013-14 Led Barker Raiders to a perfect 18-0 regular season
  • 2013-14 One of top assist leaders in Section VI
Luckman's other sport highlights (Golf) include:
  • Three time First Team Niagara-Orleans League Golfer
  • Key member of two N-O League Championships and three N-O League Tournament Championships

Comments from the coaches:
“Although Mitchell is a naturally gifted athlete that gets to the basket at will; it is his work ethic and competitive drive that separates him from others. Mitchell has spent countless hours during the off-season honing his skills just to put him one step ahead of the competition. Mitchell is an example of what it takes to be a successful leader. Nobody asked him to do it nor did he campaign for the position. His peers simply looked to him to lead. I am very proud of all that Mitchell has accomplished at Barker and I look forward to seeing him produce for Alfred State.” 
-Dave Carson, Barker Athletic Director and Varsity Boys Basketball Coach 
 
“I’m excited about the fact that Mitchell comes from a successful program in Barker. What I like about Mitchell is that he can play the point and off guard positions. We expect big things from him as he can step in and contribute right away as a freshman.”
-Jerry Jusianiec, Alfred State Men's Basketball Coach 
 
 
 
Targus Headed To Cazenovia For Swimming & Softball 
June 11, 2014
BARKER -- Barker Central School is pleased to announce the Barker’s Brooke Targus will continue her swimming and softball career at Cazenovia College this fall. 

Comments from the coaches:
"Brooke was a returning veteran for our team in 2014. She was one of our captains and definitely our defensive leader on the field. Brooke has a strong aptitude for the game of softball. She always knew what was going on and was a great communicator to the rest of her teammates. She spent time at both 2nd base as well as behind the plate for us. Her versatility allowed us to have a balanced defensive attack this was key to our success this year. Brooke was voted to the Honorable Mention All-League team this year."
-Bill Moeller, Barker Softball Coach

"Brooke swam varsity for four years and was captain her senior year. Brooke is a versatile swimmer who excelled in all strokes and especially the 100 backstroke, 100 butterfly, and the 200 individual medley. This year Brooke was team MVP."
-Mike Gendrue, Barker Swim Coach
 
"I am excited that Brooke will be attending Cazenovia College next year to play softball. My assistant and I have a good feeling about Brooke and we feel she can help us out. She is going to have the opportunity to play right away here. She is a great kid and we feel she is going to help us take that step to the next level."
-Christopher Comino, Cazenovia College Softball Coach
 
"I am very excited to hear Brooke will be joining us next year. She is going to be a great addition to the team. She is one of our top incoming freshman and with her times from High School will be our second best IMer and top butterflier."
-William Houser, Cazenovia College Swim Coach
 
Targus Signing
 
 
 
 
 
Pictured: Back Row (L-R): Barker Softball Coach, Bill Moeller; Brooke's father, Mark Targus; Brooke's mother, Lauri Targus; Barker Swim Coach, Michael Gendrue; Front Row: Brooke Targus.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Haight To Join Beilein At Niagara County Community College
May 28, 2014
Haight Signing1 BARKER -- Barker's Jacob Haight will continue his basketball career at Niagara County Community College this fall. Haight is looking forward to playing under Coach Bill Beilein who is a 1996 Barker graduate. This past season Haight passed Beilein as Barker's all-time leading scorer.

Haight's basketball highlights include
  • 2013-14 4th Team All-WNY
  • He is a three time 1st Team Niagara-Olreans All-League Player
  • All-time leading scorer in Barker with 1,338 points
 
Haight's other highlights include:
  • First Team All-WNY Football Player in the fall of 2013.
  • In 2013 Haight won Section VI titles in 2 events in Track & Field. He will compete this weekend at sectionals.
  • Holds 3 Barker High School Track & Field records.
Comments from the coaches: 
"For those of us that know Jacob, two things really jump out and surprisingly, it is not his athletic ability. First, Jacob is the epitome of a team player. It is tough to believe the school’s all-time leading scorer in basketball also ranked 3rd in the league in assists this past season. Jacob helped lead the Raider’s to a perfect 18-0 regular season and was the co-captain of the school’s first league championship basketball team in 36 years. This team was known for their unselfish play which was led by their humble stars, Jacob Haight and Mitchell Luckman. The second thing Jacob is known for is being a friend to everyone. It is funny to see the 3-sport star talking to a 7th grader in the hallway or an athlete from another school that he just met. Jacob's charisma, charm, and outstanding work ethic will take him to great places."
-Dave Carson, Barker Athletic Director and Varsity Boys Basketball Coach
 
"We are happy to have Jake join the Thunderwolves program. We really feel we have one of the best players from Western New York coming in as a freshman."
-Bill Beilein, N.C.C.C. Men's Basketball Coach 
 
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Pictured (L-R): Barker Athletic Director & Basketball Coach, Dave Carson; NCCC Coach, Bill Beilein; Jacob Haight; Jacob's mother, Laurie Haight; Jacob's father, Darrin Haight.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Winter Scholar Athletes Announced
March 17, 2014
BARKER -- Congratulations to the following winter athletes that earned All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete Honors for their effort in the classroom:
Julia Atwater
Brooke Bodine
Nolan Bouchane
Olivia Denny
Bryce Moeller
Hayley Richbart
Jarid Worthington
 
Congratulations to the following winter athletes that earned Honorable Mention All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete for their effort in the classroom:
Tyler Dent
Timothy Flint
Hayden Gooding
Jacob Haight
Leah Perkins
 
 
 
 
Niagara PAL Awards
 
 
 
Niagara PAL Announces Award Winners
February 23, 2014
NIAGARA FALLS -- On Sunday, February 23 at the Niagara PAL's Sports Award Dinner, Olivia Denny was recognized as Barker's Female Prep Athlete of the Year and Jacob Haight was named the Overall Male Prep Athlete of the Year for Niagara County. Mrs. Benoit received the Mark "Chief" Williams Award for always going "above and beyond" the call of duty for the Barker Athletic Department. Congratulations to Olivia, Jacob, and Mrs. Benoit.
 
Thank you to Coach Jurewicz for serving on the Niagara PAL Selection Committee. Mr. Jurewicz has been an outstanding advocate for Barker student-athletes over the past several years.
 
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