Marist receives ESCC honors

redhawk_mMarist High School fall athletes and coaches recently received East Suburban Catholic Conference honors for their accomplishments this season. Four of the teams are currently competing in the post season. Congratulations to these athletes, their teammates, coaches, and parents! 

All-conference athletes are listed within their sport. Students who received specific honors are noted. 




Eddie Slack

Matt Wagner

The boys team finished fourth in conference and fifth in regionals. They advanced to state sectionals.



Athlete of the Year: Maryclare Leonard

Jill Borza

Colleen Murphy

The girls team finished second in conference and first in regionals. They advanced to state sectionals, where Maryclare Leonard and Colleen Murphy qualified for the state race on Saturday, November 5.



Perry Chong

Cormac Lee

Jeff Reidy

The boys finished second at regionals and advanced to the state sectional.



Tyler Murray

The girls finished second at regionals and advanced to the state sectional.



Most Valuable Player: #3 Micah Awodiran

Most Valuable Defensive Player: #52 Elijah Teague

Offensive Lineman of the Year: #75 Tom O'Mara

Co-Defensive Lineman of the Year: #59 Gavin McCabe

#44 Matt Finn - OLB

#82 Tommy Gillen – K

#7 Bobby Gorman – DB

#28 Delonte Harrell - RB

#72 Billy Kuduk – OT

#29 Mike Lawler - P/DB

#21 Rob Topps III - DB

"Dave Mattio" ESCC Coach of Year: Pat Dunne ‘98

The RedHawks won the ESCC title outright, and advanced to the first round of state playoffs. Freshman football was an ESCC co-champion.



#7 Christian Cunningham-Midfield

#4 Nick Olivieri-Defender

#16 David Regan-Defender

Soccer ended a great season in the regionals.



#11 Meg Krasowski-Right Side Hitter

#1 Molly Murrihy-Setter

#12 Savannah Thompson-Outside Hitter

Varsity advanced to sectionals. Freshman and sophomore volleyball were the ESCC champs.