Spencerport Central Schools

Spencerport Track & Field Champion Takes Success to Duke

Hard working. Amiable. Considerate. Competitive. These are just a few words to describe 2013 Spencerport High School graduate, Madeline Kopp.

Dedicated is yet another description for Maddie, whose resume of academic and athletic achievements while at Spencerport include National Honor Society, high honor roll, and perhaps most publicly, a stellar career as a Section V and NYS track and field champion and record holder. Her accomplishments further impressed Duke University, where she was awarded an academic/athletic scholarship.

Maddie said of her success, “I was able to win multiple sectional titles and two state titles because of the people who believed in me. Spencerport always supported and guided me, and held me to a high standard both academically and athletically, forcing me to reach my best potential. I truly believe that, because of this, Spencerport prepared me for the high expectations at Duke.”

In 2012-13, the Rangers accomplishments included: 18 of 26 varsity teams with team GPAs above 90; 5 team sportsmanship of the year honors; and hundreds of volunteer hours toward community service. 

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