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Middle School Students Celebrated At Spring Sports Awards Ceremony
Posted 05/25/2018 04:12PM

Congratulations to all our Middle School student-athletes who earned awards today at the Middle School Spring Sports Awards Ceremony.

Most Valuable Player - Jared Jacobi
Coach Keith Gordon
Coaches' Award - Kirk Clay

Top Golfer - Evan Price
Coaches' Award - Logan Dross
Leadership Award - Anthony Caine

Boys' Lacrosse

Most Improved Award - Luke Strittmatter
Coach Vin White
Coaches' Award - Jasper Simon
All-Team Award - Billy Helmig (Not Pictured)

"A" Girls' Lacrosse
Coach Lisa Anzelone
Coaches' Award - Kayla Mao
Most Valuable Player - Sydney Anzelone
Coach Caitlin McMahon

"B" Girls' Lacrosse
Most Valuable Player - Amaya Locke
Coach Caitlin Zolet
Coaches' Award - Carolyn Tang

Most Improved Award - Julia Evans
Coach Erica Klein
Leadership Award - Elienne Grossman

Boys' Tennis
Most Improved Award - Gurdas Kakar
Coach's Award Julian Christensen
Most Valuable Player Dillon Malkani
Coach John Kircher
Coach's Award Rhys McKew
Coach's Award Nolan McKew

Track & Field
Most Valuable Runner - Trinity Franklin
Coaches' Award - Peter Andersen
Coaches' Award - Henry Maravilla
Leadership Award - Mikaela Lyons
Sportsmanship Award - Ryan Bigelow

Published: May 25, 2018

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