2023 Athletic Hall of Fame 

Scotia-Glenville School District honored four alumni into the Athletic Hall of Fame.

Six adults standing in a line in the football field with a crowd in the stands behind them
SG Athletics Director Jamian Rockhill with inductees: Silvana Giovannone, Michael Mushaw, Anna Kulmatiski, Mary & Mike Cremo (for son, Joe Cremo)

The following 2023 hall of famers were selected by the SG Athletic Hall of Fame Committee after an open nomination process: Anna Kulmatiski–Nordic skier, Joe Cremo–basketball player, Michael Mushaw–football and baseball player, and Silvana Giovannone–soccer player. 

During halftime, at Friday’s Homecoming football game, the fans that packed the stands were treated to a presentation featuring this year’s inductees. Joe Cremo’s parents, Mike and Mary Cremo, joined the inductees on the field to represent their son who could not make the event due to playing professional basketball in Spain. The following day, on October 8, friends, family, athletic mentors, and the community joined the S-G administration in recognizing our standout SGHS alumni athletes at an induction ceremony.

11 adults standing together. All are smiling and some are holding their awards.
From left to right: School Business Manager-Andrew Giaquinto, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction-Rick Arket, Mike & Mary Cremo, Silvana Giovannone, Michael Mushaw, Anna Kulmatiski, SG Athletics Director Jamian Rockhill, SGHS Principal Peter Bednarek, and Superintendent Susan Swartz

“The accomplishments of these wonderful Scotia-Glenville alumni after graduation are as amazing as what they did while they were here. It is a testament of the school community on a whole. It was a great day to be a Tartan!” -Jamian Rockhill, SG Athletics Director

The mission of the Scotia-Glenville Athletic Hall of Fame is to recognize the outstanding athletic careers exemplified by character, citizenship, commitment, leadership, and perseverance of athletes, teams, coaches, administrators, faculty, and community supporters.

Joe Cremo

Class of 2016 | Basketball

Nominated by: James Giammattei


  • 2013 Section 2 Class A MVP

    parents and former teammate accepting award with screen of inductee's face behind them
    HOF recipient Joe Cremo accepting the honor by video from Spain. Cremo’s mom, Mary and dad, Mike are with Joe’s former teammate, Scott Stopera in front of the projector image at the ceremony.
  • 2014 Section 2 Class A MVP
  • 2015 Selection 2 Class A MVP
  • 2014 New York State Champion in Basketball & the Player of Year
  • 2015 New York State Champion in Basketball & the Player of Year
  • All-time scoring leader at Scotia over 2000 points
  • 4-year record 96-6
  • 4-time Section 2 Champion


  • 3 years at UAlbany — 1000 points
  • 1 year at Villanova
  • Presently playing professional basketball in Spain

Silvana Giovannone

Class of 2011 | Soccer

Nominated by: Lise Williams


  • Varsity soccer player 2009-2011 (3 years) Captain & MVP senior year

    HS principal stands with hall of fame honoree
    SGHS Principal Peter Bednarek with HOF recipient Silvana Giovannone
  • Scored 35 goals in one season
  • 65 goals and 36 assists in her high school career
  • Assist Leader all 3 years
  • 2nd in SG girls soccer history for most goals scored in a single season
  • 2-time First Team Foothills Council All-Star
  • Section 2 Class A All-Star
  • 4th Team All-State Selection


  • Played 1 year at FMCC
  • Played 1 year at MVCC- Player of the Week in their conference
  • Played 2 years at The College of St. Rose — In 2015: 6th in scoring for St. Rose

Anna Kulmatiski

Class of 1996 | Nordic Skiing

Nominated by: Jared Linck


  • 6-time State Championship Qualifier (modified through varsity)

    HOF recipient holding award with SG coach
    HOF recipient Anna Kulmatiski pictured with SG Nordic Ski Coach Jared Linck (Kulmatiski’s HS coach was Dirk Francois )
  • 2-time Girls State Champion
  • Undefeated in Section 2 racing her junior and senior year
  • 4-time Junior Olympic Qualifier (freshman through senior year)
  • 4 top 10 finishes at Junior Olympics


  • 3-time NCAA championship qualifier for Middlebury College
  • Competed in FIS WORLD CUP and CONTINENTAL CUP 2001-2002
  • Represented the U.S.A in the Europa Cups in Slovenia and Italy in 2002 where she ranked as one of the Top Ten American Cross Country Ski Racers
  • Competed at the Olympic Qualifier Gold Cup Race in 2002
  • Currently working as a clinician at Riverside Community Care in Massachusetts

Michael Mushaw

Class of 2016 | Football, Baseball

Nominated by: Kevin Warren


  • All-State Honorable Mention Class A 2015

    Hall of Fame winner holds award and stands with coach
    HOF recipient Michael Mushaw pictured with his HS Coach Kevin Warren
  • Co-Defensive Player of the Year 2016
  • Defensive Back 2nd team All Star 2013
  • SGHS Athlete of the Month October 2015
  • SGHS Varsity Defensive MVP 2015-2016
  • SGHS Senior Athletic Award, Football 2013, 2014, 2015 & Baseball 2015, 2016
  • Tartan of the Year 2016
  • Gazette All-Area Football team
  • As a Junior, he was selected as Captain of the Varsity Team in 2014
  • Several newspaper articles


  • NEC Champion 2018 & 2019
  • Athletic Director’s Award 2019
  • Humanitarian Award by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston 2019
  • Gift of Life Award, Andy Talley Bone Marrow Foundation 2019
  • Appearances on ESPN & Fox DC Good Day
  • Guest appearance in the Movie “The Thursday Night Club”
  • Gives back to the Tartan Youth Football program

Photos courtesy of Joleen Rockhill