Ryan Glavey

Sports Editor


This week’s athlete of the week is Drew Ledwith of the KSC men’s swimming and diving team.


Ledwith led the Owls at the NEISDA Championships, winning three individual races and  swimming on three winning relays teams.

For these feats he was named the male swimmer of the meet.

Ledwith claimed his three individual victories in the 1,650-yard freestyle swim, the 200-yard fly stroke event and the 400-yard individual medley.

Ledwith was part of the winning 400-yard freestyle relay team with James Black, Austin Harris, and Jared Hyde.

The four also won and set a school record in the 800-yard freestyle relay.

The first runner-up is junior Janel Haggerty of the women’s track and field team.

Haggerty set a KSC school record and finished third in the Pentathlon at the Division III New England Championships.

Haggerty broke Vanessa Ward’s 2009 record of 2,758 points, with her 3,139-point performance.

Haggerty won both the 800-meter run and the high jump event at the meet.

The second runner-up is KSC women’s basketball team’s senior forward, Courtney Cirillo.

Cirillo scored 14 points, eight rebounds, and two steals in a KSC’s 62-54 loss to Rhode Island College

She also had 13 points, eight rebounds, and three steals in a 58-27 KSC victory over Lasell College.

Cirillo had nine points and nine rebounds, to help the Owls to a 54-31 victory over UMass.-Boston.


Ryan Glavey can be contacted at rglavey@keene-equinox.com


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