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Olivares receives Daniel Lule Award

Fall sports award winners at Hall High School included (front row, from left) Vanessa Olivares, Joseph Parochetti, Cherokee Gillispie, Val Hoffert, Clarissa Gerrard, Al Baldanado and Kaylee Golden; and (back row) Sam Rizzo, Nathan Tonozzi, Landon Piccatto, Zach Croisant and Nick Scheri
Fall sports award winners at Hall High School included (front row, from left) Vanessa Olivares, Joseph Parochetti, Cherokee Gillispie, Val Hoffert, Clarissa Gerrard, Al Baldanado and Kaylee Golden; and (back row) Sam Rizzo, Nathan Tonozzi, Landon Piccatto, Zach Croisant and Nick Scheri

SPRING VALLEY — Hall High School presented the Daniel Lule Award to Alex Olivares during the recent fall sports awards ceremony in the auditorium.

This new award is a memorial award given to the football player who, like Daniel, most clearly exemplifies devotion to his sport through diligence in off-season preparation and in his dedication and discipline during the season. In Daniel’s name, and with him eternal respect and affection for him, Hall High School bestows this award.

The following players received football awards: Landon Piccatto, MVP; Nathan Tonozzi, George Boroski Offensive Lineman of the Year Award; Taylor Steele, Defensive Player of the Year; Landon Piccatto, Offensive Player of the Year; and Taylor Steele, George Boroski Defensive Lineman of the Year.

Plaques were given to the following 2012 Red Devil Golf Members: Zach Croisant, Leadership Award; Nick Scheri, Most Improved; and Peter Mautino, Most Valuable Player.

Katie Hoffert, Al Baldanado, and Joseph Parochetti were the MVP award winners in cross country.

Volleyball players were presented the following awards: Clarissa Gerrard, Most Improved; Cherokee Gillispie, Team First Award; Kaylee Golden, Hustle Award; and Vanessa Olivares, Most Valuable Player.

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