Twelve Cazenovia Student-Athletes Make College Choices

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Twelve Cazenovia student-athletes made their college plans known recently at the Cazenovia Recruited Student-Athlete Press Conference.

Congratulations to the following students for pursuing athletics at the next level!

Maysun Barilla – Rowing, St. Lawrence University

Sophie Clancy – Field Hockey, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Lily Clonan – Soccer, Clarkson University

Leigha Fostveit – Soccer, King’s College

Cassidy Gilmore – Track & Field, SUNY Brockport

Mackenzie Halliday – Field Hockey, Nazareth College

Cooper Hughes – Track & Field, Roger Williams University

Andrew Kent – Track & Field, SUNY Geneseo

Logan Nowak – Football, Alfred State

Katie Pavelchak – Track & Field, SUNY Brockport

Emmi Rightmyre – Soccer, Onondaga Community College

Jackson Wright – Lacrosse, Gordon College

Prior Athletics Related Announcements this 2021-2022 school year: Sammy Sparks, Field Hockey at Converse University, Brody Coleman, Lacrosse at Yale University, Quinn Smith, Swimming at Marist College, and Morgan Kingsley, Swimming at Bentley University

CCSD Announces Valedictorian and Salutatorian

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Salutatorian – Morgan Kingsley

Morgan Kingsley, daughter of Stacy and Dan Kingsley, is Cazenovia High School’s Class of 2022 Salutatorian. Morgan has completed 5 AP courses in high school and was selected to be a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship this year. She was on the highest honor roll every quarter of high school. Morgan has been a member of the FM varsity swimming and diving team for the past 5 years and was a team captain her senior year. She was a scholar-athlete every year and qualified for the CNY All-State Team for four consecutive years. Morgan is also a member of the National Honor Society, FOR Club, and Project Cafe. Morgan participates in the Cazenovia music program as she plays clarinet in the school’s wind ensemble, marching band, and pep band. She will attend Bentley University next year to study actuarial science and compete for the swimming and diving team. Morgan would like to thank her parents, teachers, and coaches for always being so supportive throughout her entire high school career.

Valedictorian – Sophie Clancy

Sophie Clancy, daughter of John and Susan Clancy, is Cazenovia High School’s Class of 2022 Valedictorian. She has completed nine AP classes in her time at the high school and has earned the AP Scholar with Honor Award. She has also received the New York State Seal of Biliteracy for french and a Letter of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Program. Sophie has been a part of the Cazenovia field hockey and golf teams throughout high school and was named to the All-CNY team for each sport. She is a recipient of the Section III Scholar Athlete Award and is a member of the Southern Tier Storm field hockey club. Sophie enjoys playing the clarinet and is a member of Tri-M and the high school’s wind ensemble. She is a part of the National Honor Society and the secretary of Project CAFE as well. In the fall, Sophie plans to attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to study computer science and play field hockey. She would like to thank her wonderful teachers and coaches who have supported her throughout her schooling.

Cazenovia High School Earns Top Ranking in Central New York

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Cazenovia High School has been named the top high school in the Syracuse area, according to rankings released by U.S. News on Tuesday. Twenty-five schools from upstate New York made the rankings, with Cazenovia coming in at number one.

The top schools have a high rate of students who scored above expectations academically, passed an array of college-level exams, and graduated in four years, according to the U.S. News website.

Top Ten Schools in the Syracuse, NY area (According to U.S. News)

#1 Cazenovia High School

#2 Fayetteville-Manlius

#3 Jamesville-Dewitt High School

#4 Skaneateles High School

#5 Fabius-Pompey High School

#6 Marcellus High School

#7 Hamilton Junior-Senior High School

#8 Chittenango High School

#9 Tully Junior-Senior High School

#10 Westhill Senior High School

Cazenovia Student-Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

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Cazenovia Athletics celebrated three student-athletes who have signed a National letter of Intent to play in college during a ceremony at the school on Wednesday. Those athletes were Quinn Smith (Swimming & Diving, Marist College), Morgan Kingsley (Swimming & Diving, Bentley University) and Brody Coleman (Lacrosse, Yale University).

            Three student-athletes in the class of 2022 were celebrated at Cazenovia High School Wednesday as they made their college intentions known. Seniors Morgan Kingsley, Quinn Smith and Brody Coleman announced their decisions with coaches and family by their side.

Morgan Kingsley will join the Women’s Swimming & Diving team and study actuarial science at Bentley University.

“The college has a ton of different opportunities to explore,” Kingsley said. “My coach is so supportive of me doing other clubs and exploring other options in addition to swimming.”

Quinn Smith will join the Men’s Swimming and Diving team at Marist College.

“They have pretty much everything I could want,” Smith said. “I got along really well with the coach and had a great overnight visit.”

Brody Coleman will be playing lacrosse while studying economics at Yale University.

“I chose Yale because of the balance of academics and lacrosse,” Coleman said. “They’re competing for a national championship every year and that factored heavily into my decision.”

The student-athletes expressed thankfulness for their family, friends and coaches for all of their support in their athletic careers.

The Cazenovia Athletic Department will be hosting one final press conference to recognize college bound student-athletes from Cazenovia CSD. This event will be on June 7, 2022 at just after 3pm in the Buckley Gym. Any graduating senior who has been recruited to a college level athletic program at any level will be welcome to make public announcements and have photos taken. Contact Mr. Byrnes at mbyrnes@caz.cnyric.org if you are interested.

Cazenovia Steps Up for Community Service, Raises Funds for Ukraine

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Cazenovia High School’s Project Café and Owahgena Chapter of the National Honor Society hosted an Irish heritage arts and crafts event at the Burton Street Elementary School as an addition to the monthlong celebration of St. Patrick’s Day; proceeds supporting relief efforts in Ukraine.

Student leaders Hannora Race, Sophie Clancy and Emma Steinberg were vital to planning the event, everything from a felt Irish flag craft to pipe cleaner clovers.

“We were talking about what was going on in Ukraine and what we could do to help in government class,” said Steinberg. “This seemed like a great way to help while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.”

Cazenovia High School History Teacher and Project Café Advisor Kurt Wheeler said the event was also a great service to parents who might have daycare conflicts on the half day of school. He expressed how proud he was of the students’ work.

“They have as much impact on the community as any adult,” said Wheeler. “It’s a great leadership opportunity for the students.”

The event was free to all but donations from the event and the bake sale will go toward the Red Cross international relief efforts in Ukraine.

Project Café, standing for Community Activities for Everyone, is a non-profit organization promoting drug- and alcohol-free activities, community service and scholarship. Cazenovia students have created two different parks in the community through this organization in addition to helping to coordinate events like the Fourth of July parade and the Winter Festival. Service Mindset and Action is one of the many focus points of being a member of National Honor Society. Information on these student clubs is available at cazenoviacsd.com.

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