Earning the distinction in water polo and swimming, Mestre becomes the first Hill aquatics athlete since 1996 to be named an All-American in both sports.
Induction ceremonies will now be held every-other-year to coincide with years in which Lawrenceville Weekend is at home.
Twenty-nine Hill student-athletes earned recognition as the area's best during the spring season.
Forty-three Hill student-athletes earned All-MAPL recognition for the spring 2019 season.
More than one-quarter of the Class of 2019 will continue their careers as a student-athlete at the collegiate level.
Hill girls' lacrosse goalkeeper Mariah Sweeney '19 is one of just two goalies from the region to earn All-American distinction.
Thirty-five student-athletes received special athletics awards for the spring 2019 season.
The field hockey, boys’ water polo, boys’ ice hockey, and boys’ indoor and outdoor track and field teams were recognized for their outstanding seasons with induction into the School’s Trophy Room.
Hill concluded a perfect season with a victory at the Pennsylvania Independent School Athletic Association State Meet, Hill’s second PAISAA boys’ title in the past four seasons.
Hill finished 45-points ahead of the competition, ending Lawrenceville's longtime reign atop the league; Hill's girls' finished in second place overall.