The fall sports season including volleyball, football, cross country, girls’ golf, girls’ and boys’ soccer and boys’ tennis has come to an end. On Oct. 25, the fall sports banquet was held. Many student athletes were recognized and awarded for their hard work that they put into their sport.
For volleyball the following athletes were mentioned: Most Digs, Olivia Reul (11); Most Kills, Leah Hunefeld (12); Most Blocks, Lindsey Pfaffenbach (11); Most Improved, Audrey LaMaster (9); Mental Attitude, Sarah Thomas (12); Versatility, Annie Noble (11); Unsung Hero, Hannah Brown (10); and 110 Percent, Jaime Jones (11).
The runners on the girls’ cross country team were awarded the following: Most Valuable Runner, Eliza Mount (11); Most Improved, Begoña Fernandez (11); Leadership, Jena Livesay (12); Top newcomer, Kristen Skelton (9); and Mental Attitude, Lyndie Foster (10).
The following runners on the boys’ cross country team were mentioned: Most Valuable Runner, Tristian Rowland (9); Most Improved, Tyler Curley (9); Leadership, Preston Burns (12); Top Newcomer, Clinton Martin (9); and Mental Attitude, Isaac Johanningsmeier (9).
These members of the girls’ golf team were awarded: Low Medalist, Avery Bottorff (9); Most Valuable Freshman, Makayla Barger; and Most Improved, Haley Bryant (12).
Some members of the girls’ soccer team were mentioned: Offensive Player of the Year and MVP, Katie Horstman (12); Most Improved, Kynleigh Watson (10); Defensive Player of the Year, Macy Colson (11); Midfield Player of the Year, Hali McGlothlin (11); Freshman of the Year, Allyson Barger (9); Heart and Soul (Mental Attitude), Emma Christoff (11); and Most Hated (by opponent), Olivia Watson (10).
The following athletes on the boys’ tennis team were awarded: Most Valuable Player, Camden Jones (11); Most Wins, Camden Jones and Mark Hays (11); and Most Improved, Ethan Mullins (10).
The following players on the boys; soccer team were awarded as: Most Valuable Player, Casey Smith (12); Most Valuable Offensive Player, Johannes Krull (11); Most Valuable Defensive Player, Marcos Valencia (11); Most Valuable Freshman, Friederich Ostertag (9); and Mental Attitude, Ethan Harrison (9).
The banquet for football will be held in December.