Kyle LeDuc, the 12th man, is Warwick Valley High School's 'Student-Athlete of the Week'

30 Jan 2017 | 09:49

— Warwick Valley High School is proud to recognize senior Kyle LeDuc as this week's "Student–Athlete of the Week," selected through the program sponsored by the Bill Garcia Allstate Insurance Agency.
The senior student–athlete is one of Warwick’s most influential students over his four years at the high school.
Kyle has been a four-year member of the baseball and football program and is an integral part of the athletic program since he entered Warwick Valley High School as a freshman.
Kyle is the winner of the New York State High School Football Coaches Association 12th Man Award for 2016–2017; he will receive the award at the Turning Stone Resort on Friday, Feb. 3, in Verona.
The 12th Man Award is given to a New York student–athlete and football player who has made significant contributions to his team overcoming various challenges.
Kyle works hard in the classroom and maintains an unweighted grade point average of 85.3. He plans to attend SUNY Orange in the Fall and study physical education with a concentration in athletic administration and sports management.
Kyle is a recognized writer and has work published in the Survey, the Warwick student school paper.
He is the son of Tara and Paul LeDuc of Warwick. His brother Andrew is a sophomore student–athlete of Warwick Valley High School.
The Warwick Valley High School "Student-Athlete of the Week" profile and photograph are provided by Athletic Director Gregory Sirico.