Athletes of the Week Ending 11/11

Athletes of the Week Ending 11/11

The following students have been named Athletes of the Week ending 11/11:

Abby Udowenko ’24 - Soccer - Abby, a senior captain and Seton Hall signee, had a special energy about her last week that added a lot of excitement to our games. Abby's leadership helped the team get past PC in the quarterfinal of the PAISAA tournament with a 2-1 win. She was a constant threat on offense on the outside, causing problems for the defense and getting dangerous balls across the box. Abby continued to be a tremendous role model in her last game vs EA and gave 100% until the very end. We wish you all the best, Abby!

Jameson Callas ’24 - Soccer - Jameson was a stalwart in our defense all season long and showed great courage and dedication following a back injury early in the year. Jameson played really well against Kiski, holding the eventual PAISAA champs to a one-goal first half. Beyond that, he scored his first Varsity goal in his last game as a Hiller, tucking away a PK with aplomb. We’ll miss his positivity, skill, and personality next year. Thank you, Jameson!

Devyn Conlan ’25 - Field Hockey - Devyn has been an integral part of our midfield throughout the season. She totaled 8 goals and 4 assists, and skillfully connected the offense and defense during every game. We are so glad she found her field hockey home, committing to play at a top 20 program at UMass! Go Dev! 

Harry Kull ’26 - Football - Harry led a dominant defensive performance last Saturday, limiting Malvern to their lowest offensive point total of the year. He tallied 7 tackles and a key forced fumble late in the game which gave the Blue Devils the ball. Harry had a great season and we look forward to his future successes!  

Joey Schreiber ’27 - Football - In the JV team's 22-18 victory over EA, Joey had 3 receptions for close to 100 yards and a 2-point conversion, and on defense, he had 6 tackles to lead the team. He has been a strong force on both sides of the ball all year while also being a contributor on varsity special teams. Great work, Joey!

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