Catholic League announces award recipients

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The Chicago Catholic League announced its All Conference teams and award winners recently.

Named to the All Conference team from the Blue Division were middle hitter Colin Denny, outside hitter Brian Pomorski, junior rightside hitter Matt Kill, setter Mike Noyes and outside hitter Dan Weishar from Brother Rice.

Also, junior libero Tim Becker, junior middle hitter Marty Ross, outside hitter Casey Contorno, setter Karl Schramm and outside hitter Brendan Duffner from Providence; and junior outside Chris Bulava, outside hitter Paul Juska and libero Sean Hynes from Loyola.

Also, outside hitter Joe Biros, outside hitter Bobby Gallagher and setter Joe Fashingbauer from St. Rita; and middle hitter Rimas Grybauskas, junior middle hitter Peter Ryckbosch and rightside hitter Colin Rodnick from St. Ignatius.

Also, junior rightside hitter Garrett McGarry, sophomore libero Dominic Villa and junior middle hitter Bobby Walsh from Mt. Carmel.

Named to the All Conference team from the White Division were middle hitter Kelley McKenzie, junior middle Joshua White and junior setter Vince Solis from DeLaSalle; and junior setter Michael Brosnan, junior outside Joe Kelly and junior middle Jeremy Gruszka of Fenwick.

Also, junior outside Brian Brazill, outside hitter Brady Potts and middle hitter Rich Finger from St. Laurence; and junior outside Trey Pruente from Gordon Tech.

The Tony Lawless Award for Outstanding Player from the Blue Division went to Dan Weishar of Brother Rice; while Brett Krapil of Providence was named the recipient of the Tony Lawless Award for Outstanding Coach.

Fenwick’s Sean Malone was named the recipient of the Tony Lawless Award for Outstanding Player in the White Division, while Katie Whitman of Fenwick was the Tony Lawless Award winner for Outstanding Coach in the White Division.

Brother Rice and Providence shared the Blue Division title at 8-2, while DeLaSalle and Fenwick shared the White Division title at 7-1. The junior varsity teams from Brother Rice, Loyola and St. Rita each went 7-3 in the Blue Division, while Fenwick won the JV title in the White at 8-0.

Brother Rice won the freshman title at 8-0.

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