Osceola Creek Middle School recently announced the recipients of its the Scholar-Athlete Award for November. The award is sponsored by the School Police and honors varsity athletes who also excel in academics, effort, behavior and school spirit, and serve as a role model for others. This month’s honorees carry high grade point averages and play varsity sports.
Girls volleyball honored Hannah McCarthy, 14.
“Hannah is a first-year player for Osceola Creek this year,” coach Shayne Sanderford said. “She has greatly improved since the beginning of the season. She has the potential to become an outstanding player. Hannah not only has great sportsmanship on the court but also has a 5.17 GPA. I couldn’t ask for a better, well-rounded young lady.”
McCarthy, an eighth grader, also has perfect attendance and is a member of the National Junior Honor Society. She is undecided on a college, but wants to pursue a medical career.
Boys soccer honored Jonathan Fioramonti.
“Jonathan is one of the many great Fioramonti boys to play at Osceola Creek,” boys soccer coach Tony Bugeja said. “I am sad that after this season, the Fioramonti family era at Osceola Creek comes to an end. However, all of them, especially Jonathan, are legends here at Osceola Creek. Jonathan is a soft-spoken leader. He brings an incredible determination and work ethic to our team. It was my honor to coach him for the past three years. We will truly miss the Fioramonti impact.”
Fioramonti, 14, is also an eighth grader and carries a 4.83 GPA. He is also a member of the boys volleyball team. Like McCarthy, he is undecided on a college, but is leaning toward the medical field.
Supporting the program are Subway, Domino’s Pizza and Burger King, located at Seminole Pratt Whitney Road and Orange Blvd., and Dairy Queen in Royal Palm Beach, which donated free food coupons.
Osceola Creek Principal Nicole Daly, Hannah McCarthy,
ABOVE: John Fioramonti and School Police Officer Sandy Molenda.