Bucks News · VOTE: North Gateway Tire Co. August Athlete of the Month

It’s time to vote for the North Gateway Tire Company August Athlete of the Month




Male Nominees:

Blake Shienkaruk – Golf – Medina High School
Averaging 75.4 for 18 holes, including rounds of 71 (-1) at the Country Club of Hudson, and even par 72 at Barberton Brookside. Also a Medina County Medalist.

Alex Heilbrun – Golf – Brunswick High School
So far this year Alex has earned individual medalist in two tournaments. In the Greater Cleveland Conference Tournament #1 Alex shot a 76. The following week at Greater Cleveland Conference Tournament #2 Alex shot a 74. Then at the Medina County Preview, Alex Heilbrun continued his solid start to the season, shooting a 78, which was his seventh consecutive score in the 70s, Alex’s round included two birdies on the 10th and 14th holes.

Christian Ray – Golf – Buckeye High School
For leading our team at matches and at practice & performing at a high athletic and academic level

Cole Gibson – Golf – Cloverleaf High School

Jack Waters – Soccer – Buckeye High School
Nearly Unanimously Nominated Captain by Team, Volunteered to provide transportation to new Freshman student in our district.

Stephen Wynne – Soccer – Highland High School
Stephen has been among our most reliable student athletes. He’s on time, attends every practice, and leads by example. As a junior, he’s acting more like a senior. We need more players with the grit and determination that Stephen has.


Female Nominees:

Kaiyana Simmons – Cheerleading – Brunswick High School
Kaiyana leads by example as a member of our football and basketball cheerleading squads, as well as our competitive cheer team. She is an outstanding teammate and always respects the program, coach, and our school. She balances her athletic commitments, involvement in school clubs and organization, as well as a part time job. She works to her full potential and always supports her teammates to improve and give their best.

Faith Krakowski – Cross Country – Buckeye High School
Team leader, top performing athlete, kind to her teammates

Alaina Scavuzzo – Volleyball – Highland High School
Alaina is a star setter that has absolutely set the pace for the entire program through her work ethic both on an off the court. She is the heart of program that every female athlete is working to model themselves after. Alaina is the team captain and has stepped up in every occasion possible to work with her teammates outside of practices in order to help them improve. She is also a mentor to two other setters in the program, constantly working beside them to better their skills. Her attitude, capabilities and willingness to teach and be taught are an inspiration to everyone around her! Being a setter is a thankless job that requires the the uncanny ability to be the reason why everyone else around is successful and Alaina is one of the best I have seen in my coaching career.

Kately Petrovich – Soccer – Buckeye High School
Always supporting and being a leader and working hard

Natalie Bartlett – Soccer – Buckeye High School
Always supporting and being a leader and working hard

Emily Hadler – Tennis – Highland High School
Last week, Emily Hadler beat a tough opponent from Brecksville High School and is undefeated on court one singles so far this season. She and her partner won the championship on first court in the Medina Doubles Tournament in straight sets.