A dessert buffet preceded the Fall Sports Awards program held at Cardington-Lincoln High School on Sunday, Nov. 13.
Recognized were athletes who participated in football, volleyball, golf, girls’ and boys’ cross country and cheerleading.
Football coach Jerry Williams gave the following awards: the Red and Black Award to Tristan Nichols; the Dog Soldier Award to Daniel Kill; Most Improved Player, Dyllon Huffman; Most Outstanding Defensive Player, Tyler Villella and Most Outstanding Offensive Player, Luke McCarrell.
Golf coach Troy King named Austin Yake lowest stroke average; Logan Doubikin, Most Improved Golfer and the Pirate Award recipient was Nadia Kerman.
Girls’ cross country coach Erik Kyrk named Alicia McElwee Most Valuable Runner; Taylor Linkous, Most Improved Runner and Emily Benson, the recipient of the Pirate Award.
Kyrk, coach of boys’ cross country, named Quinn Maceyko and Greg Osborne Most Valuable Runners and Racine Hallabrin, Most Improved Runner. Spencer Benson was awarded the Pirate Award.
Volleyball coach Kendra Mosher named Jordan Deskins Most Valuable Player; Hannah Wickline, Most Improved Player and Paige Clinger, the recipient of the Pirate Award.
Cheer coaches Lori Vance and Joey Reed named Emily Benson and Lilly Grooms, Best All around; Aleigha Parsons, Best Leader; Reagan Spires, Most Improved and Libby McConnell received the Pirate Award.
Emceeing the program was Bill Clauss, athletic director. Marty Barnett is assistant athletic director.
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