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Fond Formal Farewell III

Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 5:17 am
by David Riley
It's that time again! Although we await pre-nationals and nationals, it's time to pay tribute to some of the outstanding seniors that we are losing at the end of the year. Best wishes with your college plans and all of your future endeavors. My apologies for anyone I've left out who deserves to be here.

Andrew Deveau -- The breadth and depth of his knowledge is simply amazing, especially in math and science. So much so, I’ll even forgive him for transferring to that other Jesuit school. :grin:

Kevin Malis – Came from out of nowhere to become one of, if not the, strongest generalists in the state.

Ben Carbery – One of the strongest history players we’ve seen in a long while, evidenced by his ability to "thirty" history bonuses. It's our loss that we didn't see him at more tournaments!

Greg Dzuricsko – Another strong generalist, his abilities and leadership caused his team to knock Latin out of their usual spot as Class A champion.

Re: Fond Formal Farewell III

Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:16 pm
by Edward Elric
David Riley wrote: Greg Dzuriecsko – Another strong generalist, his abilities and leadership caused his team to knock Latin out of their usual spot as Class A champion.
And to have his last name constantly misspelled. :grin:

Re: Fond Formal Farewell III

Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 6:00 pm
by David Riley
Drat, I knew I should have put a [sic] there.

Re: Fond Formal Farewell III

Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 9:10 pm
by bike waffles
Greg Dzuriecsko – Another strong generalist, his abilities and leadership caused his team to knock Latin out of their usual spot as Class A champion.[/quote]
It was a valiant effort, but greg does not have an e in his last name, other than that it is correct