Six Owen J. Roberts senior student/athletes headed to next level

 
Six Owen J. Roberts senior student/athletes - Sierra Everett, Michael Kilgallon, Melissa Orr, Logan Reese, Gianna Stalletti, Zacary Weaver – announced their college destinations at a recent signing event attended by the athletes, their families and coaches.
 
All photos courtesy of Owen J. Roberts athletics
 
Sierra Everett – Tennis – California (PA)
Back row-Asst Coach Mike Fritz, Head Coach Jerry Styer
Front row- Shanelle Lawrence, Sierra Everett, Karry Lawrence
 
Major Athletic Awards: PIAA District 1 qualifier
College major:  Criminal justice
Club affiliation: GPTL (Greater Pottstown Tennis and Learning)
Parents: Shanelle and Karry Lawrence
Other schools under consideration: Lock Haven, Shippensburg
Why did you choose this school: “California University was very welcoming and from the first visit I knew I wanted to go there.”
Reflections on high school season/career: “I’ve always progressed throughout my years of playing. I will always remember my teammates cheering me on, helping me keep my head high even if it wasn’t going my way.”
Goals/expectations for college career: “To grow even more as a player and exceed my coaches and my own expectations during the season.”
 
Michael Kilgallon – Lacrosse – Misercordia
Michael Kilgallon Jr, Peggie “Mookie” Kilgallon, Michael Kilgallon III, Maggie Kilgallon, Katrina Kilgallon.
 
Position: Midfield
Major Athletic Awards: 2019 – 2nd team All-PAC and All-Area (Mercury) as a junior, 2018 - OJR Most Improved Player Award as a sophomore
Club Affiliation: Black Bear Lacrosse
College major: Statistics
Parents: Michael and Katrina Kilgallon
Other schools under consideration: York College, Hood College, Salisbury University
Coach Ben Carville: “Mick leads our lacrosse team by example. He is a two-way midfielder who is hard-working and pushes himself and his peers to improve. He can and will do anything on the lacrosse field and will be a valuable player for his college.”
 
Melissa Orr – Soccer – John Jay College
Elisabeth Orr, Jackie Orr, Melissa Orr, Robert Orr.
 
Position: Defense
College major: Forensic Science
Club affiliation: Penn Fusion Soccer Academy
Parents: Beth and Rob Orr
 
Logan Reese – Volleyball – Baldwin Wallace University
Jill Reese, Maddie Reese, Logan Reese, Will Reese.
 
Position: Middle/Outside Hitter
College major: Business
Parents: Jill and Will Reese
Club Affiliation: Club Lehigh Power/East Coast Power
Why did you choose this school: “The opportunity to play volleyball and the great business program.”
Reflections on high school season/career: “I’m happy with my growth over the years.”
Goals/expectations for college career: “To compete at a high collegiate level.”
 
Gianna Stalletti – Lacrosse – Benedictine College
Dawn Stalletti, Gianna Stalletti, Sergio Stalletti
 
Position: Goalie
Major Athletic Awards: 2016/18 National Lacrosse Classic participation for Pennsylvania, 2017-18 National Prospect Elite 80 participant, represented East in the Battle of the States (2018)
Academic/Community Service: National Art Honor Society, Young Life of Chester County
College major: Criminal Justice
Club affiliation: 380 Lacrosse
Parents: Dawn and Sergio Stalletti
Other schools under consideration: DeSales, Lock Haven
Why did you choose this school: “The team and coaching staff were very nice and welcoming.”
Reflections on high school season/career: “I have played varsity for two years and last season we got our five-peat (fifth straight championship).”
Goals/expectations for college career: “My goal in college is to become a better player and teammate and to always work hard.”
 
Zacary Weaver – Baseball – Lehigh Carbon CC
Back row- Head Coach Greg Gilbert, Dylan Weaver, Asst Coach Jon Yoder
Front row- Jaime Weaver, Zacary Weaver, Mark Weaver
 
Position: Pitcher
College major: Construction technology
Parents: Jaime and Mark Weaver
Other school under consideration: Penn College of Technology
Why did you choose this school: “They have the (major/degree) I am interested in and the school will give me the opportunity to continue playing baseball at the next level.”