RYE, N.Y. - The Westchester chapter of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame honored its 'Golden Dozen' Thursday evening, recognizing area football players who were top scholar/athletes at a dinner at the Westchester Country Club in Rye.
The Westchester chapter of the HOF also welcomed new incoming President Louis Leone of Scarsdale, who takes over for Greg Draddy, the outgoing president.
Daily Voice spoke briefly with both men at Thursday's dinner (see videos).
This year's Golden Dozen honorees are:
Liam Butler - Archbishop Stepinac
Michael Calicchia - Iona Prep
Christian Donahoe - Mahopac High School
Matthew Farber - Rye Country Day School
Louis Filippelli - Byram Hills High School
Daniel Negron - Archbishop Stepinac
Stephen Nicholas - Scarsdale High School
Chase Pratt - Rye High School
Michael Rolfe - Scarsdale High School
Andrew Schultz - Eastchester High School
Timothy Weir - Bronxville High School
Ryan Wolitzer - Rye Country Day School
The following are Golden Dozen honorable-mention honorees:
Thomas Avery - White Plains High School
Jack Drillock - Pleasantville High School
Zachery Evans - Harrison High School
Nicholas Gutfleish - The Hackley School
Patrick Hull - Rye High School
Jibril Kapadia - Dobbs Ferry High School
Jeffrey Lefkowitz - Horace Greeley High School
Peter Matt - Mamaroneck High School
Terrell Morrison - Archbishop Stepinac
Michael Nannariello - Harrison High School
Elijah Ngbokoli - The Hackley School
Samuel Squadron - Scarsdale High School
Jack Witte - Harrison High School
Marc Xie - Horace Greeley High School
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