“All Mahoning County all-star selections are invited to the banquet,” Cooper said.
From the girls’, senior Cally Wollet and sophomore Sabrina Mangapora, who both earned All-American Conference Red Division all-star recognition. Kaleel also received an all-AAC honorable mention.
“Additionally, Kaleel and Wollet were selected for NE Inland All-District Special Mention honors while Mangapora earned second team All-District and honorable mention All-State recognition,” Cooper said.
On the boys side, seniors Danny Campolito and Ryan Abraham received All-American Conference Red Division all-star recognition. Fellow senior Jake Ferrier received all-AAC honorable mention honors.
“Abraham, Campolito, Mangapora and Wollet have all been extended invitations to the [banquet],” Cooper said.
One thing that got Campolito the AAC fame had to be his record-breaking over the past season. He set three new school records that included Feb. 15 against Beaver Local when he scored 31 points by shooting 10 three-pointers. That broke J.D. Minotti’s 1995 record of six. On Feb. 18 against Niles, Campolito passed John Kish’s 1996 record of 48 three-pointers in a season when he racked up 52.
Finally, Campolito broke Kyle Melewski’s career record of 95 three pointers by posting his 105th in the second tournament game in Canton on March 4.
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Danny Campolito was among several Canfield athletes who are invited to the upcoming Curbstone Coaches Banquet on April 17, where they will be recognized for their accomplishments during the winter sports season. Campolito set three new school records this year in basketball.