Basketball Sam Madden Award- Catholic High School League

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Sam Madden Award

The Sam Madden Award, based on scholarship, sportsmanship, ability and citizenship, is presented each year to the outstanding scholar-athlete.

The award was called the Mental Attitude Award in 1961, the first year of its presentation, and was given to one tournament player. In 1962, the name was changed to the Sam Madden Award in honor of the long-time league director and originator of the basketball tournament.

In 1981, the award was changed to the Sam Madden Scholar-Athlete Basketball Award and selection is now also based on academic achievement, while being a member of the varsity team.

2019Clarkston Doman, Cranbrook Kingswood

2018

Daniel Everhart, Cardinal Mooney

2017

Christopher Baird, Detroit Catholic Central

2016

Ryan MacIntyre, Notre Dame Preparatory

2015

DeMarco Dickerson, Loyola

2014

David Samuel Szczesny, Cabrini

2013

Michael Wroblewski, U of D Jesuit

2012

Steven Kushner, Divine Child

2011

Joseph DeMartis, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep

2010

Andrew Torey, Cardinal Mooney Catholic

2009

Jordan Morgan, University of Detroit Jesuit

2008

Nick Kemp, Birmingham Brother Rice

2007

Andrew Tines, Warren De La Salle Collegiate

2006

Nick Koenigsknecht, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep

2005

Michael Stempien, Detroit Holy Redeemer

2004

Michael Knight, Redford St. Katharine Drexel

2003

Joe Novak, Warren De La Salle

2002

Jeffrey Grauzer, Warren De La Salle

2001

Anthony Wichmann, Warren De La Salle

2000

Patrick Cahill, Warren De La Salle

1999

Allan McDonald, Marine City Cardinal Mooney

1998

John Lamerato, Warren De La Salle

1997

Greg Stempin, Harper Woods Notre Dame

1996

Jerome Ross, Redford Bishop Borgess

1995

Anthony Lodato, Warren De La Salle

1994

Andrew Kummer, Detroit Catholic Central

1993

Kevin Kosco, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep

1992

Cross Kevin Moceri, Warren De La Salle

1991

Michael Kwietniewski, Harper Woods Notre Dame

1990

James Logodzinski, Center Line St. Clement

1989

Jack Goodman, Warren De La Salle

1988

James Ellis, Detroit U-D Jesuit

1987

Steve Harvey, Center Line St. Clement

1986

Thomas Fitzsimmons, Ann Arbor Fr. Gabriel Richard

1985

Greg Tessmer, Marine City Cardinal Mooney

1984

Mike McCormick, Detroit East Catholic

1983

David Grupenhoff, Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher

1982

John Bautista, Detroit De La Salle
Michael Bautista, Detroit De La Salle

1981

Edward Okuniewski, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep

1980

Barry Spencer, Detroit Catholic Central
Elbert Milton, Jr., Detroit St. Hedwig

1979

Pete McCanna, Pontiac Catholic
Tim Howell, Royal Oak St. Mary

1978

David Campt, University of Detroit High
Frederick Zweng, Marine City Holy Cross

1977

John Sabourin, Redford St. Mary
Chris Drogosch, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

1976

John Wangler, Royal Oak Shrine
Richard Macek, Detroit St. Andrew

1975

Kevin Halloran, University of Detroit High
Gary Wawrzyniec, Detroit St. Andrew

1974

Frank Rourke, Birmingham Brother Rice
Bernie Czarniecki, Detroit St. Andrew

1973

Tom LaGarde, Detroit Catholic Central
Mike Leginski, Dearborn St. Alphonsus

1972

Dan Hoff, University of Detroit High
Wally Piskor, Hamtramck St. Ladislaus

1971

Frank Tanana, Detroit Catholic Central
Walt Sakowski, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep

1970

Rick Woodbury, Detroit Austin Prep
Jim Brown, Detroit St. Vincent de Paul

1969

Alex Agee, Detroit St, Martin de Porres
Pat Gallagher, Wyandotte Mt. Carmel

1968

Ron Gutowski, Detroit Catholic Central
Stanley Grayson, Detroit All Saints

1967

Nick Ferri, Detroit Catholic Central
Tim Doyle, Farmington Our Lady of Sorrows

1966

Tom Jones, Wyandotte St. Patrick
Conrad Krogulecki, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep

1965

Herb Eschbach, Detroit Holy Redeemer
Joe Paja, Detroit St. Hedwig

1964

Tom Walker, Detroit Servite
Nate Coakley, Detroit St. Charles

1963

Dennis Bankey, Detroit St. Thomas the Apostle
Carlos Guerra, Detroit St. Gabriel

1962

Gary Schick, Grosse Pointe St. Paul
John Tobin, Detroit All Saints

1961

Bill Downs, Detroit Catholic Central