The Boston Scholar Athlete program released its first All-BSA team on Sunday.
The All-BSA team recognizes the scholar-athletes who epitomize what it means to be both a scholar and an athlete. The award winners listed below are successful in the classroom and on the field or court. They also give back to their communities.
The award winners were chosen for their leadership skills, effort and dedication:
Avery Riggs, Boston Latin Academy; Sebastian D’Amico; Boston Latin School; Nixon Marcelon, Brighton; Brandon Newton, Burke; Jonathan Marcel, Charlestown; Darius Patterson, Dorchester; Gamaliel Chavez, East Boston; Jordan Carder, English High; Alexis Santiago, Madison Park; George Gomez, O’Bryant; Steven Thomas, New Mission; Kingsley Okoye South Boston; Michael Obianigwe, West Roxbury.
Lauren Palermo, Boston Latin; Crystal Figueroa, Brighton; Whanellely Guerrero, Burke; Jasmine Anam, Charlestown; Rebekah Soto, Dorchester Academy; Raquelle Louis, English High; Georgina Williams, Madison Park; Demari Gilmore, South Boston High.
Erwin Fuentes, Boston Latin Academy; Seth Philistin, Brighton; Prince Collins, Burke; Jonathan Perez, East Boston; Cyril Quaye, English High; Anis Medjahad, O’Bryant; Shaiqwan Williams, Snowden; Wilson Estrada, South Boston.
Nicole Sandell, BCLA, Paola Villatoro, Latin Academy; Isabel Delaura, Latin School; Meybel Lopez-Flores, Brighton; Steice DoCanto, Burke; Sara Centeio, Charlestown; Wendy Campos, East Boston; Brankely, English High; Noelia Rodriquez, Snowden; Naomi Christiansen, South Boston; Kaylin Thomas-Bennett, TechBoston Academy.
Victoria Thong, Latin Academy; Reyna Joint, Brighton; Jussara Pontes, Burke; Kim Huynh, Charlestown; Nelsey Barriero, English High; Patricia Bello, Boston International; Krystal Edwards, Madison Park; Hong Tran, O’Bryant; Stephanie Chen, Snowden; Alina Rivera, South Boston; Lily Rosario, Tech Boston Academy; Lori Phillips, West Roxbury.
Xavier Hill, Latin Academy
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