Worthington News

Gianfagna, Gordon honored for sportsmanship


Enzo Gianfagna and Danny Gordon have been selected as the overall winnners of the Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity (SEI) award at Thomas Worthington High School for 2013-14.

Gianfagna, who played lacrosse, and Gordon, a football player, were selected by the school's Student Athletic Leadership Board as the two who best represent the traits that are learning targets for interscholastic sports, according to TWHS athletics director Scott Dorne.

The board also chose representatives of each school team for individual SEI awards.

They are, for fall sports, Jonathan Allen, cross country; Allison Huedepohl, cross country; Maddie Goelz, field hockey; Dominic Caminiti, golf; Claudia Podolski, golf; Stephen Withers, soccer; Jasmin Singh, soccer; Marriella Briones, tennis; Hannah Greene, volleyball; Grant Smith; water polo; and Abby Wiet, water polo.

Representatives for winter sports are Yemi Sholesi, basketball; Jordon Fischbach, basketball; Emily Talbott, cheerleading; Chandler Adamaitis, gymnastics; Kevin Hill, ice hockey; James Miller, swimming and diving; Sarah Williams, swimming and diving; and Noah Messeral, wrestling.

Honorees for spring sports were Tommy Pischel, baseball; Mara Sheban, lacrosse; Fatima Said, softball; Nick Meyer, tennis; Jack Dotts, track and field; Ashley Forte, track and field; and Jacob Strohl, volleyball.

All of the award winners' pictures will hang in the athletics complex of the school, with Gordon's and Gianfagna's photos highlighted as the school winners.