Hall of Fame Induction, Sports Awards
presented at Spring Banquet
St. Mary’s High School in Lancaster held its annual Sports Award Banquet and Hall of Fame Induction on June 19 at Beginning’s Banquet Facility in Sloan.
The Banquet included the induction of the newest member of the St. Mary’s Athletic Hall of Fame: Lindsey Fattey DiGiacomo, a 2002 graduate of St. Mary’s. While at St. Mary’s, Lindsey was an instrumental part of the State Champion Varsity Volleyball Team, winning the Championship in 2001. Lindsey was a two-time All-Western New York volleyball player, in 2000 and 2001. After St. Mary’s, Lindsey attended LeMoyne College where she was a four-year starter and two-time Northeast-10 All-Conference Player. She set the school’s all-time kill record, recording 1,226 kills in her four years with the Dolphins. Lindsey is presently an elementary school teacher in the Dunkirk School System. She lives in Lakeview with her husband Kevin and their daughter Allie. (Click HERE to see another picture.)
The evening concluded with the presentation of the Major Athletic Awards for the 2012-13 school year. These award winners were:
Ken Jakubowski Award for Dedication – Kristen Hamilton (Clarence)
Lady Lancer Hustle Award – Samantha Giardina (Lancaster)
Dick Woj Dedication to Basketball Award – Quintin Gill (East Aurora)
Harry Paul Memorial Award for Dedication to Sports – Brian Dudek (Cheektowaga)
Joseph Monin Hustle Award – Bryan O’Neill (Holland)
Female Athlete of the Year – Alexandria Wnuk (Lancaster)
Male Athlete of the Year – Paul Rath (Lancaster)
Through our 23 sports of 32 teams, you will find a sense of belonging that fits your interest.
With a new state-of-the art Athletic Center and best in class outdoor facilities, St. Mary's boasts one of the most successful athletic programs in Western New York. St. Mary's has won the Monsignor Martin Athletic Association "A" League Supremacy Cup for the past 8 years. Click on the sports link to the right to see the team schedule and record for this year.
- Msgr. Martin Class “A” Supremacy Cup winner 21 times, including the last 11
- nearly 85 percent of students participate in extracurricular activities
- Academic success of the athletes
- Three teams nominated for State All-Academic Team (women's soccer, girls’ volleyball, football)
- Recent State Championships include Women’s Volleyball (11 total), Women’s Basketball (2010), and Men’s Basketball (2009 & 2010 & 2011)
- New in 2011 – Federation Hockey & Women's Lacrosse
- State-of-the-art 21,000 sq.ft. Athletic Center with mezzanine weight room