Cecilia O'Brien, Editor in Chief

Funny, athletic senior Thomas (Tommy) Aulisi, after a high school career filled with sports and Slater spirit, will head to Albright College to play baseball and study education after graduation.

What are your favorite classes? 

My favorite classes were always Mrs. Molinaro’s drawing and painting classes. What I loved about the classes was I always put in my AirPods and just chilled and painted for a whole block.

What do you hope to study after high school? What careers appeal to you?

I’m going (to Albright College) as an education major; I’ve always wanted to be a baseball coach and a teacher.

Describe your ideal life 10 years from now.

When I am 28, I hope I’m somewhere warm teaching a Phys. Ed class and coaching a baseball team—maybe with a wife and a couple kids.

What is your best high school memory?

If I can’t say all of them, I would say beating Northwestern Lehigh in football at their stadium. With the fireworks in the background as we were taking the final kneel, it was just picture perfect. The team was hyped and the locker room after the game was electric.

Which band could play the soundtrack to your high school career?

Definitely Lemonade Mouth. They would kill it.

If there were a movie made about your high school days, what would be the title and which actor would play your part? 

If I had a movie about the last 4 years I think it would be called “Broken Bonez.” I would want Tom Holland to be my actor.

Which event/events will you miss the most from Bangor?

I will definitely miss the times of going down to Penn Jersey before practice to grab a Gatorade and a snack; it was an every day ritual.

Who is your biggest mentor?

My biggest mentor has always been my dad. He was my baseball coach from the time I started walking until freshman year. I haven’t gone a day without some sort of inspirational message from him.

What is your favorite quote to live by?

Favorite quote to live by is “If there’s a will, there’s a way;” it reminds me to not give up in times of struggle.

Who will you remember most in Bangor?

I will probably remember Thomas Buck the most. He and I have been teammates and close friends since we were like 4 years old, and I definitely have the most memories with him.

What activities have you done throughout your high school career? List any accomplishments. 

I have participated in 1 year of varsity golf, 1 year of varsity football, and 4 years of varsity baseball. Baseball is my favorite. I have played right field, center field, left field, second base, shortstop, third base, catcher, and pitcher. My #1 accomplishment is being recruited to play at a college.