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Just because a high school athlete wins an Athlete of the Year award one year doesn’t mean she will win it the following year. And just because she didn’t win it last year doesn’t mean she will not win it this year.

Madison Tabor should know that better than most people. For the second time in three years, the Greenport High School senior was named an Athlete of the Year by The Suffolk Times on Thursday.
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The Suffolk Times athletes of the year were (from left):  Joe Tardif and Nikki Zurawski of Mattituck, Liam Walker and Jenna Standish of Southold and John Drinkwater and Madison Tabor of Greenport. (Credit: Robert O'Rourk)

The Suffolk Times athletes of the year were (from left): Joe Tardif and Nikki Zurawski of Mattituck, Liam Walker and Jenna Standish of Southold and John Drinkwater and Madison Tabor of Greenport. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)

2014-15 ATHLETES OF THE YEAR

For the second year in a row, Meg Tuthill, a cross-country runner and track and field athlete for Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School, was named an athlete of the year by the Times Review Media Group. Tuthill, a junior, is the first McGann-Mercy athlete to ever win the award more than once.

Tuthill was the only repeat winner among the slate of 12 winners for the 2014-15 school year. She was also one of four non-seniors in the group.  (more…)