December Mustangs of the Month

Joey Butler – Senior

Joey comes to St. Rita from St. Cajetan Parish and School. He has played Lacrosse for four years and was on the wrestling team as a freshman. He’s a member of the creative arts club, was a leader on Kairos 110 and as a junior, Joey travelled to North Carolina on the school service trip for Habitat for Humanity. Outside of St. Rita Joey helps out at St. Cajetans, working concessions and the scoreboard at sporting events. He also works the St. Blaze soup kitchen once a month.

When asked to reflect on his time here at St. Rita Joey says, “These past few years at St. Rita have really impacted my life. I have grown as a person and have learned lifelong lessons that I’ll take with me after high school.”

Ryan Price - Junior

Ryan is a member of St. Germaine Parish and a graduate from St. Germaine grammar school. While at St. Rita Ryan has played football and run track all three years. He was on the wrestling team and student government his freshman year and is currently involved in NHS with a 3.58 GPA. Ryan also gives of his time and talents at his grammar school as assistant coach of both football and track.

When asked about his time at St. Rita Ryan says, “Being at St. Rita has been the best 3 years of my life. Since I’ve been here I can easily say I don’t mind getting up in the morning for school.”

Marty Bechina - Sophomore

Marty is a graduate from St. John Fisher grammar school and a member of St. John Fisher parish. Marty currently holds a 4.56 GPA, is on both the football and baseball teams for St. Rita and is a member of the Spanish club. He helps out at St. John Fisher as a coach for 6th grade basketball and volunteers working the scoreboard for sporting events.

When asked to describe his time so far at St. Rita Marty states, “St. Rita has been way more than I expected. I have met so many people and I look forward to more of the many opportunities that St. Rita has to offer.”

Aidan Sweeney – Freshman

Aidan is from St. Cajetan parish and a graduate of St. Cajetan grammar school. Aiden’s been involved with soccer and he plans to play on the Lacrosse team in the spring. When not busy at St. Rita, Aidan volunteers his time at the St. Blaze soup kitchen with his family feeding the poor of the area. He also likes volunteering at the “Bucks for Burn Camp”.

Aidan says, “My time at St. Rita has been great! I’ve made so many friends and I feel like it’s my second home. It’s safe to say that choosing St. Rita was the best decision I’ve ever made”.