Maggie Wigoda, east stroudsburg
Name: Magdelynn (Maggie) Wigoda High School: Minersville Area High School Parents’ names: Kevin and Jennet Wigoda Hometown: Minersville College attending: East Stroudsburg University Sport athlete will be playing in college: Women’s basketball
Athletic Honors: Wigoda is a highly decorated threesport standout at Minersville, excelling in soccer, basketball and softball. In soccer, Wigoda is a four-year starter at goalkeeper and a three-time Republican-Herald All-Area selection, earning firstteam honors in 2016. She helped the Battlin’ Miners reach the District 11 Class A championship game the past two seasons, winning the title and qualifying for the PIAA Class A playoffs in 2017. In basketball, Wigoda has been a starter the past three seasons as she enters her senior year, helping Minersville win two Schuylkill League championships, three District 11 Class AA titles, qualify for the state playoffs three times and win the 2017 PIAA Class AA championship. She was a second-team All-Area selection as a sophomore, and an All-Area first-team and All-State selection as a junior. In softball, Wigoda has been a starter since her freshman season, earning three varsity letters so far. She helped the Miners win the District 11 Class AA and PIAA Class AA state championships this past spring, putting together a 25-game hitting streak. She earned All-Area and All-State honors in 2017.
Academic Honors: Wigoda is ranked eighth in her class and consistently makes honor roll status. She is a member of the Junior Garland Group and a recipient of an Academic Achievement Award. She is a member of the Chemistry Club, Diversity Club, Prom Committee, Student Council, honorary yearbook photographer, SADD, Academic League, Senator for a Day and TAT (Teens Against Tobacco). She also works part-time as a waitress/staff worker at St. Nick’s Hall in Primrose, and as a babysitter.
Planned Major of Study: Speech/language pathology
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