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Middle School Students Celebrated At Winter Sports/Activities Awards Ceremony
Posted 03/09/2018 12:26PM

Congratulations to our middle school students who won awards at our Middle School Winter Sports/Activities Awards Ceremony.

"A" Boys Basketball

Most Valuable Player - Rodney Rice
Coach's Award - William Fan
Coach Bruce Kelley

"B" Boys Basketball

Coach Shawn Kane '94
Coach's Award - Anthony Caine
Leadership Award - Demilade Bosede

"C" Boys Basketball

Most Valuable Player - Jack Feldman
Coach Keith Gordon
Most Improved Player - Nicholas Brazier

"A" Girls Basketball

Leadership Award - Calla O'Neil
Coach Amy Heinzelmann
Coaches' Award - Tusani Jackson (not pictured)

"B" Girls Basketball

Coach Joe Hayes
Most Improved Player - Brianna Maxwell
Coaches' Award - Peyton Bernard

Ice Hockey

Coach Bobby Poulin
Coaches' Award - Will Simpson
Leadership Award - Griffin Hoch
Coach Justin Hoch '14


Coaches' Award Andrew Dixson
Coach Ali Elias
Leadership Award Jasper Simon


Collaborator Award - Samantha Pepper
Director Chelsie Lloyd
Director's Award - Victoria Marshall

Open Studio Art

Artistic Excellence Award - Clarke Norman
Director Kelsey Donegan

Tech Crew

Director Anthony Brooks
Golden Wrench Award - Kayla Mao

Upcoming Athletics Events

Sunday, 04/05/2020
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Lacrosse Boys (V)
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Golf Boys (V)
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