WEST HARTFORD – Senior Abigail Herron, a dedicated field hockey and lacrosse player, and Tyler Sisk, ’16, a talented football and lacrosse player, have been named Northwest Catholic's CIAC Scholar-Athletes for 2016.
Ms. Herron, of West Simsbury, has played midfield in field hockey and lacrosse for four years. She has been named All-Academic in both sports every year since her sophomore season, and is currently a team captain for lacrosse. She is also a member of the National Honor Society. She hopes to play club lacrosse in college at either Boston College or Georgetown University.
Mr. Sisk, of Simsbury, is a four-year football and lacrosse player, playing offensive tackle and inside linebacker in football and defense in lacrosse. He has been named All-Academic for both sports since his junior year, and is a member of the National Honor Society. He will attend Wake Forest University in the fall.
“We are so proud of who Abby and Tyler have become during their years here at Northwest Catholic, and cannot wait to see what they achieve in the future,” said Northwest Catholic athletic director Matthew Martorelli, ’03. “They are the epitome of excellent student-athletes.”
The Scholar-Athlete Program recognizes a boy and girl from each high school “whose academic and athletic careers have been exemplary, whose personal standards and achievements are a model to others, and who possess high levels of integrity, self-discipline and courage,” according to the CIAC.