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KP FOOTBALL NAMES 2016 CAPTAINS

Senior Captains - L to R - Dan Loewen, Brett Mazur, John DeLuca, Paul Macrina

 

What is a captain?  A captain is a leader who represents the program in a positive way at all times and believes in the team concept. They lead by example. They can make difficult decisions in the best interest of the team, they put the team first.  It really comes down to accountability.

Coach Lee recently announced KP Football Captains for the 2016 season.  Captains are selected by the players in a secret ballot vote.  Each player is asked to think back to last season and vote for up to three teammates.  Who worked hard every practice? Who embraced their role and followed the coach's lead?  Who encouraged others?  Who works hard in the weight room and at Gut Camp?  Who makes good decisions away from school?  Who represents WARRIOR PRIDE?  It is not a popularity contest, it is not about ability, it's about leadership.

Here are your 2016 KP Football Captains:

John DeLuca #6 - Quarterback, Linebacker - To say he is a hard worker is an understatement, and he will not get much rest in 2016.  John plays both sides of the ball and in addition to being the team's quarterback, he will help the offense as slot receiver and running back.  On defense he plays outside linebacker and you'll likely see him on the field for special teams.  Last year John was the team's Offensive Player of the Year, plus a Sun Chronicle All-Star and Hockomock League Honorable Mention.  He is an outstanding student, member of the National Honor Society, and member of the KP Lacrosse Team.  When not playing football he enjoys skiing, volunteers with the Special Olympics, is a member of the Peer Mentoring Program at KP, and helps with the after school programs at the elementary school.

Dan Loewen #52 - Offensive Line, Defensive End - Dan may be a man of few words, but is big, strong, and leads the Offensive Line at center or possibly tackle.  On defense you'll see him back out there in the defensive end position.  For a kid his size he runs very well and plays special teams for kick-off return and point after attempts (PATs).  He loves to help out in the community, is a member of KP Cares, enjoys word searches, and is an animal lover.  Dan is a good student who works hard in the weight room and even harder in the classroom. 

Paul Macrina #63 - Offensive Line, Defensive Line - Paul has great leadership experience as a two-year captain of the KP Lacrosse Team.  On the football field he is a returning starter on the offensive line and will be part of the rotation on the defensive line.  If that's not exhausting enough, he will play special teams on point after attempts (PATs).  He is an officer in the DECA organization, involved in student council, and is a member of KP Cares.  This spring he will be an assistant coach for Cumberland, RI's youth lacrosse team.

Brett Mazur #34 - Defensive End, Tight End - As a member of the KP Track Team, it's no wonder Brett plays special teams for kick-off, kick return, punt return, and point after attempts (PATs).  On offense, he is a returning starter at tight end and will be in the defensive end rotation on defense.  Brett is an outstanding student and member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, and History National Honor Society.  He is very active in the community in and outside of school as the VP of Operations for KP Cares, a member of the MIAA Student Advisory Committee, and is a LEO Club Wrentham Town Representative.

Congratulations to the new captains and we are looking forward to WARRIOR PRIDE in 2016!

 


by posted 03/29/2016
JAMES COOKE NAMED 2016 SCHOLAR-ATHLETE

James Cooke - 2016 Scholar-Athlete

 

Congratulations to James Cooke for being selected a 2016 Scholar-Athlete by the Jack Grinold/Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation!  A huge accomplishment where only 33 scholar-athletes representing 25 high schools were selected for the prestigious award.  The High School Scholar-Athlete Awards are given to those graduating seniors in the Chapter footprint who have achieved excellence on the gridiron, in the classroom, and in the community.

The Scholar-Athlete Awards will be presented Sunday, May 15, 2016, at the Chapter’s 41st Annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet at the Boston/Newton Marriott.  For more information visit:  http://www.grinoldchapter.com/

KP Pride!


by posted 03/28/2016
KP Warriors Make a Difference in the Community

KP Warriors Helping Those in Need

The 2016 Warriors took to the streets of Providence to provide food for the needy this weekend.  The Team was escorted by Coach Lee and Coach Norris to Providence to participate in The Elisha Project.  Under the instruction of program founder George Ortiz,  the Players prepared and passed out about 250 lunches at the Giving Zone.  Thanks to Allison Lutes for introducing our Program to this wonderful cause.  For more information go to www.diggingditches.com

Click on link below to view the video of the KP Warriors serving those in need...

https://vimeo.com/155854237

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by posted 02/14/2016
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posted 09/08/2012
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