Jack Young & Domonyc Vargas Win Prestigious Awards

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Updated: November 19, 2017

The Leominster Football Hall of Fame honored two members of the Varsity squad with 2 prestigious awards Saturday night at the Doubletree by Hilton at its annual induction ceremony.
Jack Young, a 5′ 11″ 165 lbs senior WR/DB received the Ray Comerford award. The award is presented annually to a player of character. He will have a willing spirit, always willing to lend a hand to teammates and the greater community. He might not be a starter or a highly skilled player that gains notoriety with each passing week of the season. he will be a sort of player that takes his duty seriously, knowing that his function is important to the success of the entire team even though there are no accolades on Saturday morning. In sum, the recipient of this award will be the type of player that his teammates will remember as the years pass and headlines fade. Previous of this award were Timothy DeCarolis in 2013, Michael Lovewell in 2014, John Benham in 2015 and Angel Colina last year.
Winning the Lou Little award this year was 6′ 5″ 255 lbs OL/DL Domonyc Vargas. The honoree should combine good character, on and off the football field with humble determination. He will be a leader by example, loyal and hardworking. The full determination of his God given talents will be more important than exploits on the field alone. He will embody a feature of football that honors the underestimated, well-led squad, which prevails through teamwork-not because they are better players, but because they are better men.
previous Lou Little winners were: Kevin O’Connor in 2011, Shane Fallon in 2012, Nicholas Cordio in 2013, Jayson Urato in 2014, Dylan Nadeau in 2015 and last year, Anthony Dandini.


Photos Courtesy of Rick Marchand

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