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Booster Club recognizes Avon seniors planning to play collegiate sports

The Avon High Booster Club recently honored seniors who will be participating in collegiate athletics beginning next fall.

AVON, May 22 – The Avon High Booster Club recently recognized 17 senior athletes who plan on playing varsity sports in college. Athletes from seven different teams were represented at the reception that was attended by athletes, their coaches and families.

Avon athletic director Tim Filon congratulated the athletes on their accomplishments in athletics and academics.

“We are so proud of you,” he said. “Please keep in touch. Come back; visit us, and be an inspiration for the student-athletes coming after you.”

Athlete Sport School
Grace Baldauf Crew UConn
Zach Bortoff Cross country, Track University of Waterloo
Ben Coleman Crew Wentworth Institute of Technology
Hannah Deppe Field hockey Brown
Kyle Emery Swimming Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Tali Filstein Crew Colgate
Lisa Fiore Soccer LIU-Post University
Olivia Jackson Field hockey Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Ian Jalbert Soccer Springfield
Taylor Lisevick Soccer Ohio State
Christina Martin Cross country, track Keene State
Meghan McKenna Soccer Hobart & William Smith
Christine Oberhausen Soccer Yale
Justin Olson Baseball Trinity
Laura Pringle Swimming Vermont
Jordyn Saxe Crew High Point University
Max Umansky Soccer Siena
Jeremy Zarwanski Baseball Newberry College


Avon Baseball Coach, John Yolles, left, with his three senior players who will be collegiate athletes. Jeremy Zarwanski (Newberry College), Justin Olson (Trinity College) will play baseball and Kyle Emery will swim at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Grace Baldauf, a member of the Avon High crew team, poses with her mother, Wendy (left). Grace will row at UConn next year.


Ben Coleman, flanked by his parents, Ronald and Megan, will row for the Wentworth Institute of Technology Crew team next fall.


Hannah Deppe will play field hockey at Brown. She poses here with her parents, Todd and Mary, and her brother, Andrew


Gerry deSimas, Jr., is the editor and founder of The Collinsville Press. He is an award-winning writer and has been covering sports in Connecticut and New England for more than 30 years.

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