North Oaks Sports Medicine athletic trainers teamed up with
North Oaks Physician Group orthopaedic surgeons to select Hunter Stanley, Kayla Sanchez, Kyle Baudoin and Jessica Gregoire
as Student-Athletes of the Month for April.
Hunter Stanley is a junior at St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High
School in Hammond, where he is a third-year member of the baseball team.
He has pitched 16.2 innings and has a 2-1 record with 22 strikeouts and
a 0.42 ERA. In batting, he has a 350 average with 23 RBIs, 18 runs and
9 steals. Stanley also is a third-year member of the football team.
“Hunter makes coaching fun,” shares Barrett Morgan, head baseball
coach. “You never have to worry if he’s giving you everything
he’s got or if he hasn’t done his school work. He represents
our school perfectly in every manner.”
The 17-year-old maintains a 4.0 GPA and is a member of the Beta Club, National
Honor Society and Ambassadors.
He is the son of John and Stephanie Stanley.
From left are: St. Thomas Aquinas Regional Catholic High School Principal
Jose Becerra, North Oaks Sports Medicine Supervisor Jeff Schmitt, North
Oaks Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer Vanessa Taromina, Hunter Stanley,
Head Baseball Coach William Barrett Morgan and St. Thomas Athletic Director
Kayla Sanchez, 18, is a senior at Jewel Sumner High School in Kentwood.
She plays infield on the softball team, a position she has held for 4
years. Sanchez holds a .368 batting average with 21 singles, 8 doubles
and 3 home runs.
Kayla maintains a 4.0 GPA, is a member of the Beta Club and was selected
as the 2014-2015 Jewel Sumner High School Student of the Year. She also
serves on the Leadership Council at East Fork Baptist Church. Kayla was
named one of seven “Top Guns,” by the Amite Tangi-Digest and
The Kentwood News-Ledger, for demonstrating accountability and leadership
in the school system and around the community.
Kayla is the daughter of Ernie and Teresa Sanchez.
From left are: North Oaks Sports Medicine Supervisor Jeff Schmitt, Kayla
Sanchez, North Oaks Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer Mandy Trepagnier
and Jewel Sumner High School Head Softball Coach Joanie Booty.
Kyle Baudoin is an 18-year-old senior at Walker High School, where he has
been a sprinter/pole vaulter on the track & field team for the past 4 years.
At this year’s Livingston Parish Championship Meet hosted by Denham
Springs High School, Kyle was Parish Champion in pole vault with a personal
best of 16’4” and also was runner-up in the 100m dash for
his personal best of 11.2 seconds. He also has participated in the USA
Track and Field Junior Olympics for the past 3 years.
Kyle maintains a 4.0 GPA and is senior class president, a school ambassador
and a member of the Beta and Math Clubs. He has signed with the University
“Kyle does an outstanding job of balancing academics and sports,”
notes teacher and Head Track & Field Coach Will Silk. “He is
an academic tutor for other students and does a great job encouraging
younger athletes when volunteering at middle school and elementary school
meets in our area. He also scored a 30 on his ACT test.”
Kyle is the son of Darilyn and Gerard Baudoin.
From left are: North Oaks Sports Medicine Supervisor Jeff Schmitt, Walker
High School Track & Field Coach Will Silk, Kyle Baudoin, Walker High
School Pole Vault/Javelin Coach Ray McCon and North Oaks Sports Medicine
Athletic Trainer Nate Borget.
Jessica Gregoire, 18, is a senior at Springfield High School, where she
is in her third year as captain of the softball team and has held the
position of catcher for 4 years. She also is a 4-year member of the volleyball
team and has been a cheerleader for 2 years. Jessica holds a .285 batting
average and leads the team with 3 home runs. She has a fielding percentage
of .951 and has thrown out 10 base runners this year.
“Jessica is a highly involved student-athlete,” affirms Head
Softball Coach Olivia Myers. “She has great school spirit and participates
in many extracurricular activities. She has demonstrated excellent leadership
skills throughout her time at Springfield High School both on and off
the field. She has been a model student and helps tutor others when asked.”
Jessica maintains a 3.814 GPA and has belonged to many organizations throughout
her high school years, including: Beta Club, the Outdoors Club, ProStart,
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Family, Career and Community Leaders
of America (FCCLA), Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Future
Farmers of America (FFA). She also participated in track for 2 years.
Jessica is the daughter of Bruce and Faye Gregoire.
From left are: Springfield High School Head Softball Coach Olivia Myers,
Jessica Gregoire, North Oaks Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer Mandy Trepagnier
and North Oaks Sports Medicine Supervisor Jeff Schmitt.
Each month of the school year,
North Oaks Sports Medicine staff and
North Oaks Physician Group orthopaedic surgeons choose a male and a female student-athlete from both Tangipahoa and Livingston
Parishes as “Student-Athletes of the Month.”
Nominations are accepted from coaches, athletic directors and principals.
- excel in athletic competition
- have a 3.0 grade point average or higher
- participate in school/community organizations
- respect coaches, teammates, officials, teachers and their peers.
At the end of the school year, “Student-Athletes of the Year”
are selected for both parishes from all monthly honorees.
For more information about
North Oaks Sports Medicine or the
Student-Athlete Recognition Program, call (985) 230-5248.