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Spotlight #2: Meet 5 of PCA-New England's 2016 Triple-Impact Competitor® Finalists


Having honored our 2016 Triple-Impact Competitor Finalists in a pregame ceremony at Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox on August 31, each month, for the next three months, PCA-NE will spotlight five of the high school scholar athletes who have been recognized as Triple-Impact Competitors and Finalists for its Triple-Impact Competitor scholarship. 

Each of these Triple-Impact Competitor Finalists were selected based on their essays explaining how they meet three criteria: personal mastery (making oneself better), leadership (making one’s teammates better), and honoring the game (making the game better). All of these Triple-Impact Competitor Finalists have grade point averages of at least 2.5, and provided testimonials from a school administrator, a coach, and at least one from an individual who is familiar with the student-athlete and able to speak to his/her embodiment of the Triple-Impact Competitor principles.

Cameron Wade is a senior soccer, basketball, and track and field athlete at North Reading High School in North Reading, Massachusetts. Cameron’s motto, ‘it is not practice that makes perfect, but perfect practice that makes perfect’ is a great lesson for all players, and he understands the strong role opportunity plays in athletic success, and a fear of mistakes creates fewer opportunities.


Meghan Eosco is a senior field hockey, basketball, and softball athlete at Stoughton High School in Stoughton, Massachusetts. Meghan exemplifies a Triple-Impact Competitor. She is resilient, treats failure as motivation, and is a leader on and off the field.   We are recognizing Meghan as a Triple-Impact Competitor for all that she does to make her teams and her community better.

Maeve Fittz is a senior soccer, softball, and swimming athlete at John D. O’Bryant High School in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Maeve is more than a great athlete, she is a difference maker who fuels her team’s success because of her dedication, humility, and unselfish play.

Jesse Galanti is a senior baseball and football athlete at Foxborough High School in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Having made Varsity baseball as a catcher his freshman year and having become a team captain his sophomore year, Jesse considers sees himself as a role model and is looking forward to his senior season as he serves as one of his team’s leaders.

Hannah Tucker is a senior field hockey, basketball, and softball athlete at Mascenic Regional High School in New Ipswich, New Hampshire. Hannah is an outstanding student, a passionate member of her field hockey and softball teams, and a true leader. We are impressed by Hannah’s commitment to helping a friend develop the skills she needed to make the school’s softball team and improving the game for those around her.

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