Savage, Fraboni named Activities Students of the Year

Photo provided Princeton High School activities students Molly Savage, left, and Gino Fraboni, right, are pictured with Activities Director Darin Laabs on senior awards night.

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Princeton High School activities students Molly Savage, left, and Gino Fraboni, right, are pictured with Activities Director Darin Laabs on senior awards night.

 

Molly Savage

Molly Savage was named the girls high school activities student of the year for 2014.

Savage has participated in track and field, cross country and tennis. In cross country she lettered in eighth and ninth grades. In track and field, she lettered in grades 10 and 11 and was an all-conference honorable mention honoree in 10th grade.

Savage is ranked 49 of 235 students in her class and carries a 3.593 gpa. She has been a member of the National Honor Society while in grades 11 and 12, was a member of the Chamber Singers and a section leader of the group, Trading Fours. She was also a Knowledge Bowl partcipant.

Savage was in the high school musical in grades 10 and 12. This school year she played Wendy in the popular presentation of Peter Pan.

In Choir, Savage was a section leader, choir officer and earned superior ratings in both solo and ensemble choir contests. She was named to the Mississippi 8 Honor Choir as a senior and participated in the Dorian Choir Festival as a junior and senior.

She was also a member of the Princeton High School band.

Savage was also active in her community, participating in the PMEA Summer Musical Production. She also participated in the Madrigal Dinner as a member of the Royal Court.

She is a choir member, and vocal soloist at her church and went on a mission trip to Chicago. She is also a volunteer at Family Pathways.

To be chosen as an activities student of the year, a student must be chosen by coaches and advisors, be involved in athletics and fine arts, have a GPA of 3.5 or greater, show leadership qualities, sportsmanship and school spirit, participate in community service efforts and be an athletic or academic award winner. Savage is ranked 49 of 235 students in her class and carries a 3.593 grade point average.

 

Gino Fraboni

Gino Fraboni was named the boys high school activities student for 2014.

In sports, Fraboni participated in football, swimming and diving, track and field and tennis.

In swimming, he was the captain of the team his senior year. He was a member of the all-conference academic team in ninth through 12 grades and lettered in grades eight through 12. He was a member of the all-conference academic team his sophomore and junior years.

Fraboni was an accomplished speech student for four years at PHS. He was the team captain and earned all-conference honors his sophomore, junior and senior years. He was a member of the all-conference academic team in grades 9-12 and lettered in grades 9-12. He was a state speech participant in grades 10-12 and a state speech finalist in 10th and 12th grades.

Fraboni was in the school musical, Chamber Singers, Alba Cora, Raise the Root, three act play and the one act play, in which he lettered and was named to the all-conference academic team.

He was the vice-president of the National Honor Society.

A member of the All-State Choir, Fraboni was a member of the Mississippi 8 Honor Choir and participated in the Dorian Choir Festival as a junior and senior. He was also a member of the percussion ensemble.

As a member of the band, Fraboni lettered  in grades 9-12 and received two superior ratings and two excellent ratings as a solo and ensemble performer.

As a member of the choir, Fraboni was a choir officer, a section leader and honored with two superior ratings as a solo/ensemble member.

He was the Section 7AA winner of the AAA Award and a LINK leader. He was named to the Central Minnesota Speech and Drama Coaches Association team three years in a row as a sophomore, junior and senior.

He was a Princeton High School student of the month and a school board scholar in 12th grade.

He is a member of the Leo Club and the E-Club.

To be chosen as an activities student of the year, a student must be chosen by coaches and advisors, be involved in athletics and fine arts, have a GPA of 3.5 or greater, show leadership qualities, sportsmanship and school spirit, participate in community service efforts and be an athletic or academic award winner. Fraboni was ranked number one among 235 students in his class and had a 4.0 grade point average.

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