We want to recognize student athletes who represent their schools in a positive way! This week we celebrate, Marquis Harris, a student athlete who has sportsmanship, is willing to help their teammates, is dedicated, has pride in themselves and their school and maintains their grades!

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  • Marquis Harris

    St. Andrews County Day School

    Marquis is a 3rd grade student who participates in Basketball, Football and Soccer! "Marquis AKA Q is the MVP due to his dedication on and off field or court. On field or court he is fearless, dedicated, hard working and a overall great athlete. Off field he is a amazing student maintains great grades 89 or higher while having late practices and having to get up early for school. He keeps pushing towards his school and sport goals!!!!!!" Keep up all your hard work Marquis, you are the REAL MVP!!

  • Dom Prince

    MST High School (Graduate, Calss of 2107)

    Dom graduated with the Class of 2017 from MST High! He participated in football, basketball, and baseball! "Dom is very intelligent and athletic. He kept his grades up all through High school and will be attending West Virginia University this fall." You are the REAL MVP Dom! Keep reppin' that 716 over there in WV!!

  • Isabella O'Hara

    City Honors High School

    Isabella is a 9th grader at City Honors who plays rugby and soccer! "Bella is a well rounded smart, funny, self motivated young lady! She not only plays rugby and soccer at City Honors, she's also a dancer. She has been taking dance professionally for 8 years. She takes tap, jazz, hip hop, modern, ballet and pointe all while remaining on the honor roll at City Honors. She also made it to Cadet in Girl Scouts. She is unstoppable, goal driven and excels in everything she puts her mind to. We are truly proud of her!" Yo goooooo giiirl! Keep being AMAZING, you are the real MVP!!

  • Cameron Hall

    Abate Elementary School

    Cameron is a 6th grade student at Abate, who participates in wrestling, football, and lacrosse! "Cameron has moved from his hometown in St Joseph, MO 2 years ago and has used sports to meet new friends. Cameron is a pleasure in class and on the mats and field. Cameron loves to just be a part of the team. Being the 'new' kid is tough but he has rose to the occasion. He is currently in the accelerated program at Abate elementary in Niagara Falls. Cameron will literally give his shirt off of his back to a teammate." Welcome to WNY Cam and continue to be the REAL MVP!!

  • Aniya Hugley

    King Center Charter School
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    Aniya is a 7th grade students at King Center Charter in Buffalo, who participates in track and field! "Aniya has earned MVP on her team for the second year in a row, now as a 7th grader, often placing 1st place in her races. She began track last year, and has since worked very hard to maintain her great endurance and performance. Outside from routine practice, Aniya wakes up an hour early in the morning to work out and runs around her neighborhood after school. She was nomainted as Captain of the team, and was a great role model and supporter of her peers. Aniya loves school and maintains superb grades. She is well known for her happy, compassionate, helping, and energetic spirit." Continue to be the best you can be Aniya! You are the real MVP!!

  • Jasmine Mings

    West Seneca West Middle School

    Jasmine is an 8th grade student who participates in indoor/outdoor track and field at West Seneca West Middle! "Jasmine is on high honor roll. She is also a member of the National Junior Honor Society. She also plays field hockey and plays the clarinet. She is in band and chorus at her school. She is also an active member at Bethany Missionary Baptist Church. As an 8th grader she is on the varsity track and field team at West Seneca West Senior. She is an exceptional student." Jasmine, you are an inspiration! Keep being AMAZING!!

  • Jaida Kearney

    Sweet Home High School

    Jaida attends Sweet Home, where she participates in gymnastics, track and field, and cheerleading! "Jaida Kearney is a freshman at Sweet Home High School who has been participating in varsity sports since 7th grade. Jaida's first love was All Star Cheer but, it was discovered that Jaida is an all-around athlete who excels in every sport she participates in. Jaida is a friend to many and a great role model to her sisters all while maintaining her grades as a high school student." Keep goin' hard Jaida, you are the REAL MVP!!

  • Dajean McCullough

    Burgard Vocational High School

    Dajean is a 12th grade student at Burgard, who play football, bowling and runs track! "Dajean is a very good sports player!! He always wanted to play football and he the best at it!! He is number 11 at Burgard!" Dajean, you are the REAL MVP!!

  • Te'Shaun Mathews

    Henry J. Kalfas Magnet School

    Te'Shaun is a 5th grade student at Kalfas, who participates in football, wrestling and boxing. "Te'Shaun is very talented and humble individual he always demonstrates great leadership with his peers helping them achieve there goals and making many new friends in the process he is also a NWAA football and wrestling member with Kyla Holka and Ely-jah Maye. Te'Shaun is state ranked for wrestling with 200 wins under his belt always making his coaches proud!" We're proud of you too! You are the real MVP!!

  • Tremell Mathews

    Henry J. Kalfas Magnet School

    Tremell is a 6th grade student who participates in football, wrestling and boxing! "Tremell is a mild mannered student athletes who is in 6th grade at Henry J. Kalfas he maintains a B average. Tremell also plays football and wrestles for NWAA and always shows a great deal of sportsmanship win or lose he accepts both with smile and shakes hands with his opponent's before he hugs them and because of that he has made many new friends throughout the season but it was one wrestling tournament that I truly saw his heart when he defeated a boy from Lockport to take second place and he knew this boy had never won a match Tremell took his medal and presented it to the boy and told him you deserve this you work hard and always try its time for you to be a champion that was a great moment to witness. With football Tremell is always there to help his teammates during practice if he sees any of them struggling to learn plays so they can shine with him come game day and he has earned the right to be chosen to play in the All American Diamond Game in Virginia Beach memorial day weekend to showcase his football talents. Boxing is another story while our uncle Stacy Robinson trains him and his brother hard at inspired boxing there has been a few times kids have backed out of the fight but Tremell has never wavered always pushing forward to become a silver gloves champion very proud of his accomplishments."