• JHS Announces 2020-21 Section VI Scholar Athletes

    Jamestown High School’s Athletic Program is proud to announce that 24 seniors on the school’s varsity sports teams during the 2020-21 school year qualified as Section VI Scholar Athletes. To qualify, each senior’s overall grade point must be an average of 90 or above for six semesters and be a starter or important reserve. 
JHS All-WNY Scholar Athletes were:

    Jacob Anderson, Boys Swimming, Honorable Mention; Boys Tennis, Honorable Mention

    Drew Carlson, Cross Country, Winner; Track & Field, Winner

    Kyle Christensen, Boys Bowling, Winner

    Joey Dahlgren, Boys Soccer, Honorable Mention

    Kyle Dean, Baseball, Honorable Mention

    Herivette DeJesus-Colon, Softball, Honorable Mention

    Abigail Doverspike- Softball, Honorable Mention

    Nate Hill- Track & Field, Honorable Mention

    Holly Isaacson- Track & Field- Winner

    Quentasia Leeper, Girls Volleyball, Honorable Mention

    Owen Maggio, Baseball, Honorable Mention

    Ryan Malarkey, Boys Tennis, Winner

    Julissa Navarro, Girls Soccer, Honorable Mention

    Riley Piazza, Boys Bowling, Honorable Mention; Baseball, Honorable Mention

    Olivia Pinciaro, Girls Volleyball, Honorable Mention

    Claire Pumford, Girls Swimming, Honorable Mention; Girls Volleyball, Honorable Mention

    Joseph Roehmholdt, Boys Swimming, Honorable Mention; Baseball, Honorable Mention

    Alyssa Shimmel, Girls Swimming, Honorable Mention

    Sophia Simons, Girls Swimming, Honorable Mention

    Jayden Sisley, Boys Basketball, Honorable Mention

    Ella Smith, Girls Volleyball, Winner

    Madison Smith, Girls Tennis, Honorable Mention

    Jenna Stockwell, Girls Golf, Winner

    Lauren Tracy, Girls Basketball, Winner; Girls Volleyball, Honorable Mention

    “Being named to the All-Western New York Academic Team is a special honor,” said JPS Athletic Director, Ben Drake. “These young men and women truly epitomize what the term student-athlete means. Not only are they great athletes, but these seniors also maintained an overall grade point average of 90% or higher during their four years at JHS. They are great role models for our younger athletes and we are all very proud of them.”