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Three cheers to the Varsity Golf Team at Fontbonne Hall Academy.

Teresa Martinelli, Megan Liu, Katie Cappiello, Kyra Petalas, Laura Piccard, and Anna Marie Petalas were treated to a well-deserved luncheon at Giacomo’s in Bay Ridge — where not only awards were handed out, but yummy Nutella calzones, too!

Coach Bill Eisenhardt treated his girls — who hit it big by finishing fourth place in the Catholic High School Sports Association playoffs — to a great day, and gave out the Player of the Year award to Piccard and Most Improved award to Liu.

Graduating golfers, captains Katie Cappiello and Kyra Petalas, passed down the four iron to the new captains Teresa Martinelli and Laura Piccard.

Owner of Giacomo’s Jimmy Santangelo made it a day to remember for the team with great service, great pizza, and great desserts.

Standing O offers congratulations to all the girls and wishes graduating members good luck in their future.

Fontbonne Hall Academy [9901 Shore Rd. at Third Avenue in Bay Ridge, (718) 748–2244].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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