The SportsScarf Citizenship AwardIn 2014 SportsScarf proudly established the SportsScarf Citizenship award. The award is a donation in the amount of $2,000.00 to an aspiring student that possesses and demonstrates outstanding characteristics such as leadership, strong work ethic, as well as a passion for excellence. The award is one of many avenues by which SportsScarf engages with and supports our local community.
2018: Tyler Menard
Tyler, a Mattapoisett resident, is the son of Mark and Deborah Menard, and the youngest of three children. He is a member of the Old Rochester Regional High School Class of 2018 and is also a member of the National Honor Society. Outside of school, Tyler’s passion is in the field of Mixed Martial Arts. He is a member of SBG East Coast in Wareham where he trains 4 -5 times per week, and also instructs children of all ages and young adults as a way of giving back. Tyler is also a member of Our Ladies of Angels in Fairhaven where he volunteers his time throughout the year. Tyler will be attending the University of Rhode Island in the fall where he has been admitted to the Pharm D, Doctor of Pharmacy program.
2017: In Memory of Tucker A. Francis
2016: Ashley Aruri
Ashley was an outstanding student and soccer player as a member of the Old Rochester Regional High School Class of 2016. She was also a member of the National Honor Society and American Field Service Club. Outside of school, Ashley is an accomplished violinist with the New Bedford Symphony Youth Orchestra and volunteers often for local and regional charitable organizations. She is especially proud of her work with children in the Tri-Town Early Education Program. Ashley will be attending Quinnipiac University in the fall where she has been admitted to the B.S. / M.S Occupational Therapy Program.
2015: Gerald Lanagan Jr.
Gerald, a Mattapoisett resident, is the oldest child of Gerald and Christal Lanagan. He is a graduate of Old Rochester Regional High School Class of 2015, where he excelled both academically and athletically. His exceptional leadership was recognized by his coaches and peers and he was selected Captain of the football team as a senior and Captain of the lacrosse team as a sophomore, junior and senior. Gerald was a member of the National Honor Society. His tireless work ethic, dedication to excellence, and outstanding leadership in the classroom and on the athletic fields led to his appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point where he will pursue his goals of maximizing his leadership potential while serving the United States of America.
2014: Abigail Adams
Abby, a Mattapoisett resident, is the oldest daughter of Scott and Liz Adams. Abby is an excellent role model to her four younger siblings and was an outstanding student athlete at Old Rochester Regional High School. Abby will attend Merrimack College in the fall where she plans to study Business Administration and will be a member of both the winter and spring track and field teams. Abby is an active member of St. Anthony’s Parish in Mattapoisett and has volunteered many hours of community service. Her kind and sincere attitude will always leave you smiling!