New Hampshire Red Sox Service Scholarship Recipients to be Introduced at Fenway

BOSTON, MA - The Boston Red Sox will introduce the 40 recipients of the New Hampshire Red Sox Service Scholarships during a pregame ceremony at Fenway Park before the Red Sox-Tigers game on Saturday, May 17. The program awards students from 40 public high schools across New Hampshire with $1,000 scholarships towards their college education based on academic performance, financial aid eligibility, and most importantly, demonstrated community service.

The service scholarship program was introduced in 2010 by then-New Hampshire Governor John Lynch, and Red Sox Principal Owner John W. Henry and wife Linda Pizzuti Henry. The program has since expanded from 10 qualifying New Hampshire public schools in its inaugural year, to 40 in 2014. One student from each of the 40 high schools is chosen for the award. The service scholarships are now also available in all six New England states.

"We look forward to honoring these community-minded students from the Granite State at Fenway Park on Saturday," said Red Sox Foundation Board Member Linda Pizzuti Henry. "The service scholarships recognize those who have made a difference in their communities and we hope they serve as inspiration for others to do the same."

The 40 scholarship recipients will be greeted on the field at Fenway Park by New Hampshire Director of Legislative Affairs and Policy Chris Kennedy, New Hampshire Assistant Policy Director Amy Kennedy, and Red Sox Foundation Interim Executive Director Gena Borson.


This year's New Hampshire Red Sox Service Scholarship Award recipients include:

  1. Timothy Andrews, Goffstown High School
  2. Andrea Bardsley, Merrimack Valley High School
  3. Nicholas Barker, White Mountain Regional High School
  4. Ethan Beals, Alvirne High School
  5. Kayleigh Bennett, Inter-Lakes high School
  6. Erin Bourque, Dover Senior High School
  7. Sabryna Boutin, Manchester West High School
  8. Cassandra Brouillard, Winnacunnet High School
  9. Nicole Bruen, Timberlane Regional High School
  10. Catherine Buckley, Gilford High School
  11. Emily Charest, Stevens High School
  12. Noah "Aidan" Conrad, Oyster River High School
  13. Caroline Consoli, Manchester Memorial High School
  14. Lara Dienemann, Portsmouth High School
  15. Richard Dragon, Berlin Senior High School
  16. Sarah Eaton, Nashua High School Northe
  17. Kelly Gallagher, Newfound Regional High School
  18. Joshua Gallant, Salem High School
  19. Kaylee Goodell, Monadnock Regional High School
  20. Holly Grace, Concord High School
  21. Garrett Guilmett, Laconia High School
  22. Nicholas Hanslin de Sherbinin, Lebanon High School
  23. Dakota Hayes, Londonderry High School
  24. Sarah King, Nashua High School South
  25. Anthony Krivitsky, Prospect Mountain High School
  26. Zoe Lanier, Merrimack High School
  27. Catherine Long, ConVal Regional High School
  28. Grace Martel, Manchester Central High School
  29. Christopher Mokinaro, Spaulding High School
  30. Ariana Moran, Pinkerton Academy
  31.  Lauren Ostrowski, Souhegan High School
  32. Austin Parker, Plymouth Regional High School
  33. Charles Reagan, Bow High School
  34. Jessica Richard, Sanborn Regional High School
  35. Bailey Roberts, Fall Mountain Regional High School
  36. Shawn Roseen, Kingswood Regional High School
  37. Dillon Sylvester, Franklin High School
  38. Payton Vaillancourt, Winnisquam Regional High School
  39. Stephanie Varno, Keene High School
  40. Gillian Wilcox, Kennett High School

In addition to celebrating the accomplishments of the 40 New Hampshire service scholarship recipients, the Red Sox will also celebrate the Granite State during Saturday's game, which has been designated New Hampshire Day at Fenway Park Presented by Bond Auto.

The national anthem will be sung by Colla Voce, members of Symphony New Hampshire Chorus, members of the University of New Hampshire Air Force ROTC Detachment 475 will carry the colors, and children from the Webster House in Manchester, New Hampshire, will say "play ball."