FCIAC Exemplary Scholar-Athletes
Trumbull High’s Alexa Andrews and Andy Llie, along with St. Joseph’s Clare Seperack and Kenneth Schneider, have been named FCIAC Exemplary Scholar-Athletes.
A member of the girls’ outdoor track and field team, and a four-year member of the soccer program, Andrews has a 4.12 GPA as a High Honor Roll student. She has been inducted into the National Honor Society as well as the Spanish Honor Society.
A member of the Spanish Club and Bible Club, a recipient of the Community Service Award, Andrews is very involved with her church.
Llie has excelled in the classroom and on the tennis courts. With a 4.4 weighted GPA while taking mostly Honors and AP classes, he was selected for the school’s National Honor Society. Llie began his high school tennis career by winning the state championship.
He was selected to the All-FCIAC first-team singles in 2017 and 18. Last spring season, he was undefeated during the conference season and was the MVP of the FCIAC. He won six straight singles matches to become the state Class LL singles champion and then he won three singles matches at the State Open to advance to the final.
Vice president of Trumbull High’s stock market club, Llie has also volunteered to teach at children’s tennis clinics around the area.
Schneider, who has a 4.0 GPA, is captain of the soccer and golf teams.
He is vice president of the National Honor Society, president of Student Ambassadors, and co-president of RAAAFT club (Raising Awareness Against Abuse for Teens).
Schneider, who helped lead the soccer team to one of its better seasons in recent years, will attend Xavier University.
Seperack has achieved a 95 GPA and is an Honor Roll student while taking mostly AP and Honors classes.
A senior captain of the tennis team, she made All-FCIAC honorable mention as a sophomore. She’s been a four-year member of both the tennis and volleyball programs.
Seperack has been accepted to the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and English National Honor Society.
A recipient of the Wells College Book Award, she is a student ambassador, president of the SADD club, and has participated in a service trip to Puerto Rico.
She has also volunteered at the Black Rock Food Pantry, Nichols Church Bible Study Camp, and the Center for Family Justice.