Man of the Year returns to BPHS April 6

Greydon Tomkowitz, Editor-In-Chief

On Wednesday, April 6, Man of the Year will return to the BPHS auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are sold at the door for $5 and count as a Class Cup Point.

The competition, which began in 1991 and has run annually ever since, is a competition of selected boys from each grade to be qualified as Man of the Year.

Last year’s Man of the Year was then junior Brendan Todd.

The most talented grade will be chosen by judges and also the most talented boy from each grade. Of those boys, one will be selected as Man of the Year.

The boys who qualify to perform are nominated during homerooms and the highest voted are chosen to perform.

The boys choose someone they would like to escort them onto the stage and answer a few questions ahead of time for the speakers to let the audience know a little about them.

A group of varsity cheerleaders take the time to construct and then teach to the boys a comical dance to perform in front of the audience.

The event is run by Junior Ways and Means and all proceeds benefit Junior Ways and Means.

Featured this year are freshmen Tiger Burke, Luke Surunis, Antonio Fontana, Alex Mullen, and John Wandrisco; sophomores Patrick McCall, Jacob Nuttridge, Corey Fischer, Zach Rice, and Anthony Plutt; juniors Jonathan Luchitti, Terron Murphy, Christian Frazier, Matt Stearns, and Robbie Marisetti; and seniors Ryan Bilsky, Angelo Bruno, Luke Mace, Brendan Todd, and Josh Sosnak.

Come see this classic BPHS tradition!