Recipients of John and Abigail Adams Scholarship honored at Tri-County RVTHS
Sixty-five students from Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School were honored Wednesday after receiving the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship for their performance on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System test.
The students were recognized during a celebratory breakfast at the school’s restaurant, Gerry’s Place.
The scholarship provides eight semesters of free tuition to full-time students who attend a Massachusetts state college or university. Students who achieve two advanced scores or one advanced and one proficient score on the Grade 10 English Language Arts and Mathematics MCAS exams are eligible. They must also have combined scores that place them among the top 25 percent of students in the graduating class in their district.
The recipients from the Class of 2015 are: Brendan Black and Aaron Smith of Attleboro, Jessica Coates, Aline Hunt, and Abigail Zagame of Bellingham, Laura Auerbach, Maximillian Dixon, Jeremiah Frollo, Alyssa Gillespie, John Gilmore, Christopher Lenzi, Daniel McLaughlin, Patrick Olivo, Cassius Peter, Caroline Read, Zachary Schwartz, Emily Spillane, Melissa Theodorakis, Connor Trask, Cristinalyn Vekeman, and Quinton White of Franklin, Ciara Carter and Kyle Valof of Medway, Michael Ambrose and Keith Hoell of Millis, Stephanie Buttrick, Jesse Centeno, Andrew Duell, Andrew DuPlessis, Bryanna Haskell, Jaycie Jordan, Alison Linehan, Savanah Megna, Aaron Moriarty, Bryana Sheroff, Ryan Trisoline, and Nathan Twyman of North Attleborough, Jed Palmer and Madison Ruff of Norfolk, Mackenzie Easterbrooks, Joshua Fuller, Samantha Gitschier, Courtney Loney, and Robert Saraf of Plainville, Jenna Burke of Rehoboth, Nicholas Bibeault, Michael Hinton, Daniel Kay, Johnathan McCaughey, Jonathan Mingo, Lindsey Ogden, Taylor Raposo, and Matthew Schukraft of Seekonk, Michael Couture, Benjamin Hogan, Dillan Hoyt, and Sara Scholl of Walpole, Sean Clifford, Lauren Gregoire, Patrick Kelly, Andrew Ricci, Melanie Steinbrecher, John Sturtevant, Arianna Sullivan, and Natasha Wright of Wrentham.
Volleyball team clinches Mayflower Athletic Conference title
The Tri-County Girls Volleyball team clinched the Mayflower Athletic Conference title with their victory Thursday against league rival Bristol-Plymouth.
This is the team’s first league championship since 1992. The team has three regular season games remaining and has qualified for the MIAA State Volleyball Tournament. They are also looking to secure a spot in the State Vocational Tournament.
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