Worcester Prep Grads Named All-Americans

BERLIN – Two of this year’s most distinguished graduates from Worcester Preparatory School were honored this week for their achievements on and off the field.

– Travis Gregory has been named an All-American in lacrosse by US Lacrosse. Gregory was nominated by Kevin Gates, head coach of the Worcester Prep boys’ team. Gregory was voted the Most Valuable Player on his team by his teammates, is a member of the school’s prestigious 12-Letter Club (for playing three varsity sports each year for four years of high school), and was the Most Valuable Player in conference play.

At Worcester, Gregory was president of the Student Government Association and upon graduation received the school’s SGA award and the Sons of the American Revolution Citizenship Award. He will attend Haverford College in the fall. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Gregory of Bishopville.

– US Lacrosse has announced that Brian Carey has been named an Academic All-American. Carey was also nominated by Gates. An outstanding student as well as an athlete, Carey received numerous academic awards during his years at Worcester Prep. Upon graduation he was voted the Best All-Round Senior by the faculty and was also the recipient of the Lohmeyer Journalism Award and the American Legion Citizenship Award.

Carey was co-editor of the school’s newspaper, The Beak Speaks and received the Coach’s Award for his work in lacrosse. He is a member of the Cum Laude Society and the National Honor Society. Carey will attend Lafayette College in the fall. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Carey of Seaford.