RANCHO CORDOVA — The Oak Ridge High sports programs honored its outstanding career and 2013-14 class athletes in a ceremony recently at the Spaghetti Factory.
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Named Outstanding Career Athlete for the girls was Jenn Hoffman (basketball), the Trojans’ energetic, efficient, sharp-shooting point guard who helped the Lady Trojans maintain their high standard of excellence by winning the Delta River League title, advancing to the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I title game and a Nor Cal berth.
For the boys, Justin Priest (football, basketball, track and field), a standout on the gridiron who helped lead the football team to consecutive appearances in the section D-I title game, was the recipient of the career award. He ended his time in school colors with a run at qualifying for the state meet in the high jump.
Three senior Trojans were chosen, two on the girls’ side as both Ali Bettencourt (basketball) and Rachel Peterson (cross-country, track and field) were named. Swimmer Trevor Dong (swim, water polo) was the boys’ Senior Class Athlete of the Year.
In the junior class, the honorees were golfer Carolyn Almeida and Andrew Lackowski (football, baseball); sophomore honors went to Briana Dulgar (basketball, track and field) and Ian Book (football, lacrosse); and the Freshman Athlete of the Year selections were Madeline Almeida (tennis) and Luke Bricca (cross-country, track and field).