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Massena Lady Raiders applaud 10 graduating senior soccer players

 

Emma Kormanyos with her parents Chris and Julie Kormanyos.

By Andy Gardner

The Massena Raiders varsity girls soccer team bid farewell to their 10 graduating senior members.

They are Emma Kormanyos, Megan Eddy, Kourtney Peets, Abagayle Morrell, Meg Wilmshurst, Ariana Noriega, Lindsey LaDue, Kylie Letham, Pauline Maseland, Emma Kenny, Caitlyn Reed and Novaleigh LeGrow.

Emma Kormanyos has played soccer since kindergarten. She plans to attend SUNY Potsdam after high school and wants to become an art therapist. She says her favorite soccer memory is winning the Section 10 title last year.

Megan Eddy has played soccer since kindergarten. She plans to study nursing at SUNY Canton. Her favorite soccer memory is winning the Section 10 championship last year.

Kourtney Peets has played soccer since kindergarten. She plans to attend SUNY Canton to study nursing and wants to become an RN flight nurse. Her favorite soccer memory is winning the Section 10 crown last season.

Abagayle Morrell has played soccer since age 13. She plans to attend SUNY Plattsburgh and study psychology. Her favorite soccer memory is "when Kourtney and I got in a fight in practice about who is the worst driver."

Meg Wilmshurst has played soccer for 12 years. She plans to attend college after graduating. Her favorite soccer memory is reaching state playoffs last year.

Megan Eddy with her father, Brian, mother, Jackie, and brothers Tad and Luc.

Ariana Noriega has played soccer for 13 years. She plans to continue playing soccer and running track after high school and wants to major in psychology. Her favorite soccer memory is scoring off a corner kick in a Section 10 title game.

Lindsey Ladue is a 12-year soccer veteran. She plans to attend college and study physical education. Her favorite soccer memory is winning the Section 10 championship and "calling Libby Rogers a freshman."

Kylie Letham has played soccer for 12 years. She plans to study health sciences at a four-year college. Her favorite soccer memory is winning Section 10 her junior year.

Novaleigh LeGrow has played soccer for 10 years. She wants to attend college and study to become a physical education teacher. Her favorite soccer memory is her coach, Ryan Hayes, who also teaches fifth grade "asking me during fifth grade recess if I'm ever going to play for him and it happened."

 

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