Jack Todd named Warwick Valley High School's 'Student–Athlete of the Week'


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— Warwick Valley High School is proud to honor John “Jack” Todd as this week’s Warwick Valley High School "Student–Athlete of the Week" under the program sponsored by the Bill Garcia Allstate Insurance Agency.

The senior baseball standout will be a key contributor to the Varsity Baseball Team's 2017 campaign.

Jack batted .315 as a junior. He caught and played first base with a 100 percent fielding accuracy, meaning he did not commit any errors. He will look to build on the baseball team's 14–6 record from last spring.

Jack also was a key contributor to the Wildcat Football Team's receiving corps this past fall.

Jack is one of Warwick’s top male student–athletes and carries an overall average of 90.85 while taking Advanced Placement Courses in United States History as well as Government for College Credit.

He has been recognized by the NYSPHSAA as a scholar athlete for football and baseball and has recently been accepted to the University of South Carolina and the University of Delaware where he plans to study business and finance.

Jack is the son of Annmarie and Chuck Todd of Warwick. His brother Charlie is a junior at Mt. St. Mary’s College in Newburgh.

The "Athlete of the Week" profile and photograph are provided by Athletic Director Gregory Sirico.


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