Warriors News · The Zeal Credit Union Athlete of the Month is…


Zeal Credit Union is honored to recognize Gabriella Kellogg of Plymouth Christian Athletics & Eli Bride of Farmington High School as the Zeal Credit Union Hardest Working Athletes of the Month! 

Gabriella & Eli will be receiving a pair of wireless bluetooth headphones & winner’s certificate courtesy of Zeal Credit Union. Congratulations to this month’s winners and nominees! 

Do you have an athlete that should be nominated for next month’s Athlete of the Month contest? Submit your nomination here.

Gabriella Kellogg – Volleyball – Plymouth Christian High School

Gabriella, our Senior Outside Hitter has had an incredible month of October leading the team in Kills.

Eli Bride – Football – Farmington High School

Eli maintains an exemplary grade point average while practicing with two teams in the fall, the varsity soccer team, for which he is a key midfielder and captain, and the varsity football team, for which he is the starting place kicker. Throughout the preseason and season, he has been a terrific leader and role model for the younger players. He has become like a player-coach for the soccer team. Eli maintains a 3.5 grade point average, and Coach Kory Cioroch has said that Eli has a shot a place kicking at the college level. 

This month’s nominees:

Eric Moore | Plymouth Christian High School | Cross Country

Eric place 1st, 3rd, and 2nd in Conference meets this month, earning 1st-Team All-Conference.

Kaitlyn Bourque | Garden City High School | Cross Country

Kaitlyn has great grades and is a dedicated runner!

Sarah Haupt | St. Catherine of Siena Academy | Golf

Sarah Haupt led the Stars golf team to qualify for the State Finals.

Ian Cholewa | Garden City High School | Football

Ian Chowela led the Cougars offense this season with over 1000 yards rushing

Sal Patierno | Pinckey High School | Football

Senior Sal Patierno set the school record for career touchdowns (27) on 10/18/19, by running 12 times for 148 yards and four scores which helped propel his team to victory and clintch a spot in the playoffs. 

Sebastian Smith | Pinckney High School | Tennis

Senior Sebastian Smith lead his team through the regional tournament where they qualified for the state meet. It was there that he won his first match at No. 1 singles by a 6-1, 6-2 score over Justice Waldman of St. Joseph before falling in the second round. Smith finished with a 23-9 record.