For nearly half a century, the Westchester Chapter of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame has cited football standouts for both athletic and academic excellence with its Scholar-Athlete or "Golden Dozen" team.
This year’s 12 winners, along with 14 second-team selections, will be honored on Thursday, Jan. 26 at the 45th annual awards banquet at the Westchester Country Club in Rye.
The latest Golden Dozen team is comprised of Conor Ahern, Byram Hills High School; Hannes Boehning, Rye Country Day School; Jose Boyer, Yorktown High School; Winston Britton, The Hackley School; Nicholas Cunningham, Hendrick Hudson High School; Robert Donohue, Harrison High School; Brett Egan, Rye High School; Ian Esliker, Pleasantville High School; Jack Guida, Brewster High School; Barry Klein, Scarsdale High School; Anthony Lombardi, Somers High School; and Daniel O'Rourke, Mamaroneck High School.
Honorable-mention award winners are: Amari Bilal, Woodlands High School; Sam Brandeis, Blind Brook High School; Thomas Chai, Rye Country Day School; Dominick Cioffi, Yorktown High School; Will Cotter, Hackley School; Douglas Crocitto, Pleasantville High School; Antonio Giannico, Archbishop Stepinac High School; Thomas (TJ) Lavelle, Rye High School; Nicholas Leone, Scarsdale High School; Izayah Powell, Archbishop Stepinac High School; Dylan Quirk, Scarsdale High School; Matthew Roche, Eastchester High School; Adam Schur, Horace Greeley High School; and Stephen Windisch, Harrison High School.
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