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KENSINGTON – A key member of the senior A boys’ soccer team has been selected as the Greco Pizza/Capt. Sub student-athlete of the month at Kensington Intermediate-Senior High School (KISH).
Bailey Stavert, who played the striker position, was the Torchmen’s co-captain and top scorer for the 2018 P.E.I. School Athletic Association season.
“Bailey is a versatile player who leads by example,” said KISH soccer coach Todd Dyment. “He is an excellent competitor, and always one of the hardest workers on the pitch.
“He is exceptionally coachable, and knowledgeable about the game.”
A Grade 12 student living on the Irishtown Road, Bailey is the 17-year-old son of Jeff Stavert and Julie Stavert.
Bailey will also represent KISH in the high school hockey tournament in April, and compete in track-and-field running events in the spring. Outside of school, Bailey is a right-winger with the Gulf Storm midget AA hockey team, and plays summer soccer with the Central Queens under-17 First Division team.
Bailey is a member of KISH’s leadership class, which organizes different events at the school.
Following graduation from high school, Bailey’s future plans include studying kinesiology at UPEI.