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These six athletes helped define this season



Published: Sun, June 15, 2008 @ 12:00 a.m.

Three boys and three girls including four seniors who will take their talents to the NCAA Division I level next fall — were selected.

The boys include Tony Jameson, a four-time state wrestling champion; Dan McCarthy, who led Mooney to a pair of Division IV state championship games, and Sheldon Brogdon, a force on Warren Harding’s state-ranked basketball team.

The girls selected are Amy Scullion, a talented multi-sport athlete at Salem High; all-state soccer standout Deja Amato from Howland, and Canfield’s top-flight track & field athlete, Audra Frimpong.

PLAYERS BIOGRAPHIES:On page C4 you can find features on our athletes of the year as well as some of their season and career highlights.

VIDEOS:Be sure to check out Vindy.com, which will have videos of our athletes of the year. You can watch them discuss their careers in their own words.

CAST YOUR VOTES: You’ll have your chance to vote for the Valley’s top high school athletes of 2008-09 on Vindy.com. Don’t like our finalists? — there’s room for you to vote for a “write-in” candidate. Voting will continue for about two weeks, so visit often.


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1garyg206(1 comment)posted 6 years ago

For girls soccer, I would like to write in a candidate. Her name is Katie Griswold, a Junior at Youngstown Cardinal Mooney. She plays soccer, runs track, and plays basketball for Mooney. She has been all state in soccer, made in to regionals in track, and is a two time letter winner in basketball. In soccer, she is a 3 year starter and scored 35 goals this past season and has 69 in her career at Mooney. She is on course to score over 100 goals at Mooney and would become their all time leading scorer. In her three years at Mooney, the team has made it to the regionals.
In track, she made it to regionals in Ravenna in the 400m.
Katie has committed to play soccer at Butler University in Indianapolis, IN. Butler is a Div 1 school. She has been offered a 5 year full athletic scholarship. Katie's grade point average is 3.93.

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2vindy(2 comments)posted 6 years ago

top preps should be seniors,plenty of great ones, schiffauer of boardman basketball, 2 final fours,first ever at boardman in girls basketball, player of year by ohio coaches association, headed to michigan state on full athletic scholarship. bettura of canfield softball, first ever to win state championship, umbel of poland, 2 final fours,history making seniors, who lead their teams.with only 6 slots, should be top seniors, also not all sports represented

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3apollo(1227 comments)posted 6 years ago

Jamison of Austintown did something by winning 4 state titles that very few have ever done. He is the athlete of the year in my opinion.

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4vindy(2 comments)posted 6 years ago

i agree apollo, how does a sophmore get on this list? final four in volleyball with a senior laden team. nothing against her, but there are so many more seniors in the area that accomplished so much more. her time will come.

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5BoardmanResident(9 comments)posted 6 years ago

I agree that the choices should have been limited to seniors. Scullion will get her chance down the road. Too many good athletes ahead of her. Her chances are slim because of that to win and she shouldn't be a repeat, so Vindy messed that one up. I am voting for Katie Griswold as well for a write in!! Schiffauer should have been on the list, too.

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