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Carey Students Named to Newsday’s Top 100 Long Island Athletes

H. Frank Carey High School would like to congratulate their four recipients of the Newsday’s Top 100 Long Island Athletes Spring 2020 recognition: Garrett Scavelli, Joseph Todaro, Kelly Ann McGrath and Arianna Millan. Good luck next year!

Congratulations to senior Garrett Scavelli for being selected as one of Newsday’s All-Long Island Top 100 Baseball Players for two consecutive years. Garrett’s career batting average at Carey was a powerful .385 with a dominance in the outfield for the Seahawks as a three-year starter with All-County and All- Conference recognitions. He will continue his education in the fall at NYIT along with his baseball career, helping the Bears to make a return trip to the College World Series.

Congratulations to junior Joseph Todaro for being selected as one of Newsday’s All-Long Island Top 100 Boys Lacrosse Players. JoJo has started on defense for the varsity lacrosse team since eighth grade. As a freshman, he started on the varsity football team and was a captain this past season. His intensity and up-tempo style on defense in lacrosse has made him one of the highest ranked recruits in the country for the 2021 class. JoJo is a returning All-County defenseman and will lead a talented group of players for his senior year at Carey. He has verbally committed to play lacrosse for John Hopkins University.

Congratulations to senior Kelly Ann McGrath for being selected as one of Newsday’s All-Long Island Top 100 Girls Lacrosse Players. Kelly Ann is a leader on and off the field, setting the example for her teammates through her hard work ethic and determination to succeed. She has earned All-County and All-Conference honors throughout her lacrosse career. In the 2019 season, Kelly Ann finished third overall in the county for points with 71 goals and 42 assists. She will continue her education and lacrosse career at Adelphi University in the fall.

Congratulations to senior Arianna Millan for being selected as one of Newsday’s All-Long Island Top 100 Softball Players. Arianna has been a starter on the varsity softball team for four consecutive years, playing many positions, but excelling in the circle and dominating at the plate. Arianna batted an impressive .485 last season for the Seahawks for All-County honors. She was recognized as Honorable Mention All-County her sophomore year. She will continue her education, along with her softball career, in the fall at Wilmington University, helping the Wildcats make a return trip to the CACC championship.

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