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OAK RIDGE SENIORS Haley Anderson and Keaton Subjeck were selected the school's Outstanding Career Athletes. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene


Trojan athletes honored

By From page A11 | May 24, 2013

EL DORADO HILLS — The Oak Ridge athletic department announced its athletic awards for the 2012-13 school year at a recent dinner/reception held at the Spaghetti Factory.

The Outstanding Senior Male and Female Career Athletes were Keaton Subjeck and Haley Anderson.

Subjeck will continue a stellar wrestling career at Stanford this fall. As a four-year Trojan varsity wrestler, Subjeck was a three-time state qualifier and two-time state medalist.

Anderson, headed to UC San Diego for basketball, was also named the Senior Female Athlete of the Year while Zach Claiborne, the state’s sack leader on the gridiron, was the Male Athlete of the Year.

For the Junior class, the Female Athlete of the Year was a tie between basketball teammates Ali Bettencourt and Jenn Hoffman who joined Anderson in helping Troy finish in the top four in the state.

The Junior Male Athlete of the Year is also a tie between Jacob Sipes (football, track) who’s currently going after the Masters title in the 300 hurdles; and Josh Wellman (football, lacrosse). Both Sipes and Wellman helped the Trojans reach the section football championship game.

For sophomores, lacrosse’s Madisyn Hallare was the Female Athlete of the Year and Ryan Sullivan (football, baseball) is the Male Athlete of the Year.

At the freshman level, the Athlete of the Year honors went to Emily DeMure (volleyball, track) and Tommy Dunnigan (football, basketball).




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