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Bolton's top five to reap rewards of their achievements

Domenick Pfau, the son of Janice and Kenneth Pfau of Bolton Landing, is third in the Class of 2010, with a GPA of 91.23.

A member of the National Honor Society since 10th grade, Domenick was also active in Youth and Government, Key Club, Outing Club, and Spanish Club. Domenick has displayed his athletic talents ever since ninth grade, when he was called up from JV to play at the Varsity level in the Sectional tournament in Plattsburgh. Since then, he's been active in a variety of sports, and been a standout player in all.

Domenick plans to study international business at SUNY Plattsburgh in the fall.

Eric Fisher is fourth in his class, with a grade-point average of 91.05, Eric is the son of Catherine and Dean Fisher of Diamond Point. Eric has been a member of the National Honor Society since 10th grade, the team captain of the Academic Bowl, and a member of the Key Club. He was on the Varsity Soccer, Baseball and Ski teams.

Eric plans to study Landscape Architecture at SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry.

Samantha Kincaid, daughter of Laurie Kincaid of Hadley and Barry Kincaid of Bolton Landing, has achieved a grade point average of 90.87 during her high school career.

Samantha has been a member of National Honor Society since 10th grade, vice president of the Key Club, treasurer of Student Council, participated in Youth and Government and in Model United Nations in 10th and 11th grade. She tutored students in math. Samantha participated in the Drama Club productions of "Phantom of the Opera" and "Beauty and the Beast." She also has played Varsity Softball since 10th grade.

Her community service achievements include launching a successful fundraiser for Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy.

Samantha is headed off to Clarkson University to study Chemical Engineering with an eye on advancing to medical school to study Biomedical Engineering.

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