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Good sports vie for Mr. WHS crown

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer

Reenacting a scene from the film “Ghosts” in the movie montage category are Kurtis Sciba, second runner-up, and David Morency, first runner-up.

Reenacting a scene from the film “Ghosts” in the movie montage category are Kurtis Sciba, second runner-up, and David Morency, first runner-up.

Westborough – Ten senior boys good-naturedly competed in categories including beach and formal wear, dance, talent, interview and movie montage at the fourth annual Mr. WHS fundraiser, presented May 15 at the Westborough High School auditorium.

Crowned Mr. WHS was Pat Considine, an active member of the school’s extracurricular theater company Center Stage. Named first runner-up was David Morency. Second runner-up was Kurtis Sciba.

Serving as judges were Superintendent Marianne O’Connor; School Resource Officer Chip Dapolite; Bruce Tretter, former School Committee member and founder of Gotta Eat, Can’t Cook; and Ruth Ann Kotosky, whose son, Tom, was Mr. WHS 2013. The audience could also text votes for their favorites.

Funds were raised for the school’s athletic department and the Westborough Food Pantry.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Connor Joyce plays the cymbals in the talent category.

Connor Joyce plays the cymbals in the talent category.

Amy Kaiser escorts Jack Kinsman in the formal wear category.

Amy Kaiser escorts Jack Kinsman in the formal wear category.

Before being crowned Mr. WHS, Pat Considine accompanies himself on ukulele while singing a medley of tunes.

Before being crowned Mr. WHS, Pat Considine accompanies himself on ukulele while singing a medley of tunes.

 

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