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Athletes Worth Watching: Kayla Brisolari

Jan 23, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

Archbishop Spalding senior Kayla Brisolari is a highly accomplished lacrosse player. She 
earned Under Armour All-America Lacrosse

Athletes Worth Watching: Ashley Leverrett

Jan 16, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

Indian Creek School junior Ashley Leverrett seems to be the closest thing to the perfect student athlete.

Athletes Worth Watching: Canaan Gebele

Dec 05, 2014 ● By Arden Haley

Canaan Gebele looks forward to making the difficult decision few athletes are 
privileged or talented enough to make: Whether or not to play two sports in college.

Athletes Worth Watching: Stephanie Skolka

Nov 25, 2014 ● By Jake Russell

Inspired by her older sister, Stephanie has thrived by putting on a smile and supporting the home team for 13 years.

Athletes Worth Watching: Karlie Brenton

Nov 20, 2014 ● By Jake Russell

In sports and in life, variety is how Karlie Brenton makes her name. The three-sport athlete certainly knows how to keep busy.

Athletes Worth Watching: Annie Hayburn

Nov 10, 2014 ● By Jake Russell

Beginning from her first days as a member of the summer swim team at Whitehall Pool & Tennis at age six, Annie Hayburn has had an affinity for the water.

Athletes Worth Watching: Gavin Cauley

Oct 31, 2014 ● By Arden Haley

A member of the Admirals wrestling team and offensive and defensive lines on the football team, Gavin Cauley knows what it takes to face competition head-on.

Athletes Worth Watching: Emily Carnochan

Oct 21, 2014 ● By Jake Russell

Soccer has been a huge part of Emily Carnochan’s life. Having played the sport since she was four years old, she fully understands the devotion it takes to excel.

Athletes Worth Watching: Ashleigh Kerrigan

Oct 21, 2014 ● By Jake Russell

Whether it’s just simply by having fun or facing challenges, sports easily translates into everyday life for Ashleigh Kerrigan.

Athletes Worth Watching: Shannon Bettinger

Oct 16, 2014 ● By Jake Russell

Running serves different purposes for different people. In the case of Shannon Bettinger, she uses it as an opportunity to focus and relieve stress.