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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Hall Of Fame

Archbishop Romero has seen many athletes excel in the high school sports arena.  Below are those selected by the coaching staff who have earned a place in the Hall of Fame. 

 

 Hall Of Fame Athletes

 

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1996 - Sonia Furtado

Sonia was a standout basketball and volleyball player, earning numerous MVPs and three times being named Athlete of the Year.   She led the Senior Girls Basketball team to a birth in the TDCAA semi-finals in 1993.

1999 - Nuno Dos Santos

Nuno played on more than 20 teams during  his five years at Romero and coached nearly as many. He is also a multi-MVP and George winner.  Nuno was the Junior Boys Athlete of the Year in 1997.

2001 - Linda Martins

Linda Martins was a standout performer on cross-country, softball, soccer, basketball, volleyball and badminton teams while a Romero athlete.  A multi-MVP winner, as well as an Athlete of the Year award in her rookie campaign.  She placed seventh in TDCAA Midget Girls Cross-Country and captured a division championship in Senior Girls Volleyball in 2000.  With her doubles partner, Kathy Carrasco, she won a bronze medal in Badminton, and finished just out of the medals on two other occasions.

2001 - Kathy Carrasco

Kathy Carrasco was three times an Athlete of the Year, including twice as a senior.  A multi-MVP and George winner, Kathy captured a division title in Volleyball in 2000.  With her badminton doubles partner, Linda Martins, she captured a bronze medal and two fourth place finishes.

2003 - Melissa Scipio 

Melissa was likely the most gifted basketball player ever to pass through Archbishop Romero.  Her ball handling and court sense were second to none.  She won a Junior Girls Basketball Championship in 1999 and had two trips to 'AAA' OFSAA as a Senior.  She is a mutli-MVP winner while playing soccer and volleyball as well.

2004 - Matthew Ferreira 

Matthew transferred from Marrocco with the sole purpose of playing baseball, a sport at which he excelled; top 50 prospect, 2 time MVP, team captain, TDCAA all-star, best catcher in the league, athlete of the year.  He was a standout goaltender and defenceman for the ball hockey team, in addition to being a very strong student.  At the 2004 athletic banquet Matthew walked away with 5 awards: Hall of Fame Inductee, Athlete of the Year, Excellence in Athletics and Academics, Baseball MVP and the George in Ball Hockey.                         

2004 - Andre Da Silva

Andre graduated in 2002, but was nominated and inducted into the hall two years after he left Romero, a testament to the impression he left on the Romero athletics community.  Andre was a two time Senior Boys Athlete of the Year, a TDCAA champion with the soccer team and a high school OBHA champion with the Ball Hockey team.  As well, he was a multi-MVP and George winner.  A hardworking two way player and a favourite of his team mates and his coaches, Andre could always be counted on to give 100% for his team.

2005 - Jenny Fenech

Jenny is likely the greatest athlete ever to attend Romero.  Her list of accomplishments is long and distinguished.  She placed the 7th at the TDCAA cross country championships as a midget and a senior, and became the only Romero cross country runner to compete at OFSAA.  She  won three consecutive Athletes of the Year, numerous MVPs (including four in 2005, every sport she played).  She competed at OFSAA basketball, and is a standout soccer and volleyball player.  She is also a member of the Romero All 15 teams in basketball, soccer and cross-country.

2005 - Alicia Malachowska 

Alicia won three TDCAA medals in three different sports over her five years as a Raider, becoming the first and only Romero athlete to accomplish that feat.  Silvers in Badminton, Tennis and a gold medal in the 50 metre freestyle in Swimming.   She was a motivated athlete and student, and an Athlete of the Year and MVP winner.  Alicia graduated in 2002.

2005 - Fred Pereira

Fred is the only male to be selected to two Romero All 15 teams, Ball Hockey and Soccer.  He was Athlete of the Year, a multi-MVP winner, and a great basketball player as well.  Fred graduated in 2001 capturing a TDCAA championship as a key mid-fielder with the Sr. Boys Soccer team, and winning the OBHA high school Ball Hockey tournament.  Fred was a skill player and brought a no-nonsense approach to every sport he played.

2007 - Katherine Gregorio

Katherine's combination of work ethic, talent and dedication to Athletics and Physical Education at Romero are unmatched in Romero history.  An outstanding soccer, basketball and volleyball player, Katherine earned numerous MVPs, MIPs and George Awards during her years at Romero.  Katherine always led by example; games and practices, scorekeeping or helping the athletics department all showcased her ability, hard work and class.

2007 - Ricardo Batista

Capping off a stellar career at Romero with a trip to 'AA' OFSAA  soccer, Ricardo could always be counted on to give 100%.  Twice an Athlete Of The Year, and multi award winner, his skills and calm demeanor guided many a volleyball, soccer and basketball team to victory.

2003 - David Guzman

Though not a member of the Raiders Hall of Fame, David went on to a full athletic scholarship for soccer at the University of Louisville.  As a freshman, he was the team's leading scorer and made the Conference All-Freshman Team.  As a sophomore, he had a more productive offensive season and earned First Team All Conference honours and First Team All Region honours.  His Junior year earned still more accolades.  In 2007 David signed with Toronto FC of the MLS.

2000 - Kadian Lecky

Also, not a full member of the Raiders Hall of Fame, Kadian is one of Romero's all time leading scorers, and was one of the key elements in Romero's 2000 TDCAA Senior Boys' Soccer Championship team which narrowly missed an OFSAA championship.  He went on to a stellar college career at Seneca and Humber twice capturing the OCAA scoring title and twice being named to the All Canadian team, and in 2002 was named the CCAA Player of the Year.  Kadian has gone on to play for both North York and Vaughan in the CSL.

2010 - Antonietta Maciocia-Sette

Miss Sette, as she is now known, achieved a rare feat as a student capturing Athlete of the Year 3 times.  She was a multi-sport threat and multi-award winner during her years at Romero, and was always a team leader.  She has distinguished herself in recent years by returning to Romero to coach the girls' basketball and soccer teams and by lighting a metaphorical fire in the staff room.