Scots News · Jun 17 2018-2019 Carlmont Athletic Awards: Hall of Fame Inductees – Athletic Director’s Award – Terremere Award -Athletes of the Year Julian Morin – Football Hall of Fame – Julian was one of the team captains. He rushed for 1,600 yards was first team all PAL and the PAL Offensive player of the year. Katie Wong – Girls Volleyball Hall of Fame – Katie was the setter and 2nd-team all PAL. She was top-two on the team in both assists and service aces, fourth in dig’s, and one of the team captains. Annika Lin – Girls Tennis Hall of Fame – Annika played number 1 singles and ended the year with a record of 21-4 over all, while going 16-2 in league and qualifying for the CCS singles tournament. Justin Hsu – Boys Cross Country Hall of Fame – Justin was the PAL Individual Champion, he finished 3rd in CCS Division I and 41st in the state. Kaimei Gescuk – Girls Cross Country Hall of Fame -Kaimei was the PAL Individual Champion, CCS Individual Champion and finished 10th in the state. Viveka Kurup – Girls Golf Hall of Fame Viveka has won the PAL Girls Individual Golf Championship both her Freshman and Sophomore year. She was also named the Female Golfer of the Year by the San Mateo Daily Journal.- Ilyana Zlobinsky – Girls Water Polo Hall of Fame – Ilyana was second team all league in girls water polo. She led the team in points with 42 and steals with 35. Tyler Rachal – Boys Water Polo Hall of Fame -Tyler was the team captain of the varsity boys water polo team was Honorable Mention All League. He led the team in scoring and was the designated shooter in clutch situations. David Bedrosian – Boys Basketball Hall of Fame – David was a captain on the varsity boys basketball team and was named honorable mention all league. He was third on the team in points scored, second in rebounds, third in assists and second in steals. Ashley Trierweiler – Girls Basketball Hall of Fame – Ashley was the team captain and team MVP, while leading the team in scoring, rebounding, steals and deflections. She was first team all league and the PAL player of the year. Muaath Nofal – Boys Soccer Hall of Fame – Muaath was the team captain. After leading his team in goals scored and assists he was named first team all league. Logan Bonetti – Girls Soccer Hall of Fame – Logan was the team captain, led the team in minutes played and was the anchor of defense that held teams scoreless in five game. She was named honorable mention all league Talia Fine – Girls Wrestling Hall of Fame – Talia has been the sole female wrestler at Carlmont for the past four year. This year she finished in second place at the PAL championship in her weight class and was named 2nd team all league. Niko Rodriquez – Boys Track Hall of Fame – Niko was a team captain was a medalist at the PAL championship and qualified for CCS in the 200 meter dash Kaimei Gescuk – Girls Track Hall of Fame – Kaimei track athlete was both the 1600 and 3200 meter PAL Champion. She also won the 3200 meter at CCS and finished in 13th place at the state meet. Ralphie Holmes – Boys Lacrosse Hall of Fame – Ralphie was the team captain for the varsity boys lacrosse team, was second on the team in goals scored and assists. He led the team in ground balls and face offs. He was named Honorable mention all league. Katie Hill – Girls Lacrosse Hall of Fame – Katie was one of the captains for the varsity girls lacrosse team. She had 134 saves on the season and was voted the Goalkeeper of the year in the West Bay Athletic League. Tyler Rachal – Boys Swimming Hall of Fame – Tyler was second team all league and a team captain. He was a PAL finalist in the 50 and 100 freestyle and a member of the PAL Champion 400 freestyle relay. He was part of the 200 and 400 freestyle relay team that qualified for CCS. Morgan Hawes – Girls Swimming Hall of Fame – As a sophomore, Morgan, was first team all league and Swimmer of the meet at the PAL championships. She was the PAL Champion in the 200 IM, 100 freestyle, and 200 & 400 freestyle relays and set seven new school records on her way. She qualified for CCS and the state meet in the 200 and 500 free. Alex Wang – Badminton Hall of Fame – Alex played # 1 singles, lost only once in league and was named first team all league. He came in second place in the PAL Tournament and qualified for the Nor-Cal Badminton Championship after medaling at CCS. Niko Bardin – Badminton Hall of Fame – Niko was part of the # 1 doubles team, who finished undefeated in league and won the PAL girls doubles badminton tournament. David Bedrosian – Baseball Hall of Fame – David hit 344, scored 18 runs while collecting 21 hits and 9 runs batted in. As a pitcher he won 2 games and had 4 saves. He was named second team all league Tyler DeSmidt – Baseball Hall of Fame -Tyler hit 379, scored 10 runs, while collecting 31 hits with 2 home runs and 33 runs batted in. He was named first team all league. Ashley Trierweiler – Softball Hall of Fame -Ashley batted over 500 with over 50 hits each season for the past four years.. She was first team all league and the PAL player of the year Max Jung – Boys Volleyball Hall of Fame – Max made first team all league. He was among the team leaders in kills with 136, dig’s with 131, and aces with 37. Milad Shafaie – Boys Tennis Hall of Fame – Milad qualified for PAL and CCS Individual Tennis Tournament. His overall record in league was 9-2 and he finished in 3rd place in the PAL Individual Tournament. He was also named first team all league. Logan Snow – Athletic Directors Award – Logan was named one of the captains this year for the Boys Varsity Soccer Team. Coach Caballero said,” He has been one of the most dependable players, rarely missing practice, someone his teammates can always count on, and consistently a friendly welcoming face. He has been one of the first to assist the coaches with equipment before and after practices, and displays composed firm leadership for the players on the team.” Milad Shafaie – Athletic Directors Award -As a Junior Milad was named the team captain of the tennis team. Coach Beltramo and Nguyen said, “ This player is a great leader who takes initiative, interacts with all player on the team and helps everyone stay motivated. He has extremely mature and insightful things to say to the team before and after matches.” Tayler Wise – Athletic Directors Award – Coach Guilicci had this to say about Tayler, “She is a quiet leader who never misses a practice or a rep. She is constantly hustling at everything we do. She will do anything called upon to help the team and her teammates.” Maya Benjamin – Athletic Directors Award -Maya was a team captain of the tennis team. Coach Goldsmith had this to say about her, “As manager and captain she organized and led team gatherings. She coordinated uniforms, games day snacks and team bonding events. She was responsible for posting all online score and maintained our web communication with the school. She is an excellent student and was often heard giving academic advice to her younger teammates.” Madison Palarca Wong & Evelyn Gordi – Athletic Directors Award – These two athletes were two of the three team captains for the Varsity Girls Basketball Team. Coach Mori said, “Both players displayed outstanding leadership in helping to lead our team to a very successful 18-8 season & 6th consecutive CCS berth. Both players helped to keep everyone focused. Their leadership and compassion for others helped to bring out the best in their teammates.” Terremere Award Winner – Amy Fullerton – Amy was a leader on the Girls Water Polo Team, Girls Swim Team and academically as the Yearbook editor and chief the past two years. Coach Farley had this to say about her: “Amy’s wisdom as a Senior and as a 4 year Varsity swimmer, enabled her to be a terrific leader, motivator, and mentor to the girl’s Varsity swimmers, and her strong leadership qualities were instrumental in the girl’s team success as back to back PAL Champions.” Terremere Award Winner – Katie Wong – Never one to let anything slow her down, Katie overcome a rash of injuries to become a standout volleyball player at Carlmont during her junior and senior years. Coach Crader had this to say, “She was a very positive leader, a hard worker and a key contributor for our team this past year.” Terremere Award Winner – Tyler Rachal – He took leadership roles both on the water polo team and the swim team, not because he was appointed but because there was a need. Swim Coach Jim Kelly said, “He was always vocal with motivating messages both in practice and at meets.” Terremere Award Winner – Kaylee George – An outstanding student who will be attending Stanford in the Fall, Kaylee is the Editor in Chief of the award winning Scot Scoop & is on the Journalism Honor Roll. Additionally, she played varsity basketball for 3 years and was an outstanding all around player. Coach Mori said, ” Kaylee epitomized everything a student should strive for in terms of leadership, academics and athletics.” Terremere Award Winner – Sho Takahashi – He was a three time all-league selection for the varsity boys basketball team. The last two years he was named the team MVP. Coach Ozorio said, “He showed us all that you can sometimes lead with words and sometimes by example.” Terremere Award Winners – Pictured from left to right: Sho Takahashi, Tyler Rachal, Kaylee George, Amy Fullerton and Katie Wong Pictured from left to right: Sho Takahashi, Kaylee George, Amy Fullerton and Tyler Rachal Kaimei Gescuk – Female Athlete of the Year -As a cross country athlete she was the PAL Individual Champion, CCS Individual Champion and finished 10th in the state. As a track athlete she won the PAL Championship in both the 1600 meter and the 3200 meter races. Earlier in the season she set a new school record in the 3200 meter at the Arcadia Invite. At the PAL finals she set a new PAL record in the 3200 meter. She finished in first in the 3200 meter at CCS and finished in 13th place at the state meet. Ashley Trierweiler – Female Athlete of the Year – As a basketball player she was the team captain, team MVP, leading the team in scoring, rebounding, steals and deflections. She was also first team all league and the PAL player of the year. On the softball diamond, she batted over 500 with amazing defensive and base-running skills. She was first team all league and the PAL player of the year. David Bedrosian – Athlete of the Year – As a basketball player he was the team captain and was among the team leaders in points, rebounds, assists and steals. He also played baseball, was a team captain, and was named second team all league as a utility player because of his versatility and ability to play multiple positions. He was among the team leaders in batting average, hits, runs and saves.