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MS Students Celebrated At Fall Athletic Awards Ceremony
Posted 11/20/2019 10:40AM


Congratulations to all our Middle School student-athletes who earned awards at our Fall Athletic Ceremony. 

 

Cross Country

Outstanding Runner - Brayden Ferguson
Coach Chris Brown
Outstanding Runner - Morgan Rothwell

Field Hockey

Coach Steve Kiingi
All-Team Award - Grace Morford
Bulldog Power Award - Kendal Crawford
Coach Lisa Anzelone

Football

Coaches' Award - Carson Cassidy
Offensive Player of the Year - Lance Hersh
Coach Brian Albertini

Boys "A" Soccer

Coaches' Award - Tripp Perkins
Coach Edie Espinoza
Coaches' Award - Evan Price

Boys "B" Soccer

Coach David Reed
Most Valuable Player - Montayo Bess
Coaches' Award - Sayre Kendall
Coach Vin White

Girls Soccer

Coaches' Award - Gaby Langdon
Coach David Wood

Girls Tennis

Coaches' Award - Lucy Keller
Coaches' Award - Ava Miller
Coach Malcolm Greene
Coaches' Award - Zoe Ferguson
Coaches' Award - Noor Manesh

Girls Volleyball (Not Pictured)

Coaches' Award - Samantha Pepper

Upcoming Athletics Events

Tuesday, 03/31/2020
Golf - Coed Middle School
 
CANCELLED
Golf Boys (V)
  vs. Connelly School of the Holy Child
CANCELLED
Crew
 
CANCELLED
Lacrosse Girls (V)
  vs. Potomac School - McLean
CANCELLED
Baseball Boys (V)
  vs. St. Albans School
CANCELLED
Lacrosse Boys (V)
  vs. Hill Academy,The
CANCELLED
Lacrosse Girls (JV)
  vs. Potomac School - McLean
CANCELLED
Wednesday, 04/01/2020
Crew
 
CANCELLED
Softball Girls (JV)
  vs. Flint Hill School, Upper School
CANCELLED
Softball Girls (V)
  vs. Flint Hill School, Upper School
CANCELLED
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