Cardington High School recognizes winter sport athletes


By Evelyn Long - The Sentinel



Marti Barnett | The Sentinel Pictured are the Cardington-Lincoln High School Winter Sports Awards recipients honored during the Winter Spots Banquet. Back row from left: Adam Hook, Austin Yake, Jacob Long, Dallas Crum, Devin Pearl, Jarrod Fair, Skyler Bowling, Dalton Snider and David Cain Front row from left: Addie Wilhelm, Laynee Wilson, Brea Arnold, Taiylor Hubley, Tiara Snyder, Summer Morgan, Paige Clinger, Sage Brannon and Kynlee Edwards. Absent: Destiny Williamson, Garrett Wagner, Jenae Tracht and Kyndall Spires.


Cardington-Lincoln High School’s Winter Sports athletes were recognized and honored during the annual banquet held Sunday, March 13.

Athletic Director Bill Clauss hosted the event. Assistant Athletic Director is Marti Barnett and Dale Barnett is volunteer assistant athletic director.

Boys basketball coach Rodney Brown named Devin Pearl, most valuable player; Skyler Bowling and Garrett Wagner, most improved; Dalton Snider; best defensive player, and David Cain was the recipient of the Pirate Award.

Girls basketball coach Jamie Edwards named Sage Brannon and Kyndall Spires, Most Valuable Players; Kynlee Edwards, best defensive player; Summer Morgan, most improved and Paige Clinger was given the Pirate Award.

Wrestling coach Colton Bowers named Adam Hook most improved wrestler; Jarrod Fair, most valuable player and Taiylor Hubley, the Pirate Award recipient.

Boys bowling coach Bill Long awarded Jacob Long, most valuable player and Dallas Crum, most improved. Austin Yake earned the Pirate Award.

Girls bowling coach Tim Edgell named Laynee Wilson most improved; Brea Arnold, most valuable player and Addie Wilhelm received the Pirate Award.

Tracy Williamson, cheerleader coach, named Tiara Snyder and Jenae Tracht most improved cheerleaders and Destiny Williamson, most spirited cheer.

Recognized for their point earnings were Johnny Wilhelm, Garrett Wagner, Clayton Clark, Dalton Snider, David Cain, Adam Hook, Gabe McAvoy and Sydney Vaught, each of whom earned 12 points and received a pin.

The 25 point award winners were Dakota Crum, Alyson Adams, Sage Brannon, Devin Pearl and Nate Craig, each receiving a small plaque.

Jarrod Fair also received a plaque for earning 38 points. Jacob Long received a plaque for earning 50 points. Listed were all of his accomplishments during his high school career, which totaled 95 points

Marti Barnett | The Sentinel Pictured are the Cardington-Lincoln High School Winter Sports Awards recipients honored during the Winter Spots Banquet. Back row from left: Adam Hook, Austin Yake, Jacob Long, Dallas Crum, Devin Pearl, Jarrod Fair, Skyler Bowling, Dalton Snider and David Cain Front row from left: Addie Wilhelm, Laynee Wilson, Brea Arnold, Taiylor Hubley, Tiara Snyder, Summer Morgan, Paige Clinger, Sage Brannon and Kynlee Edwards. Absent: Destiny Williamson, Garrett Wagner, Jenae Tracht and Kyndall Spires.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/03/web1_Cardington-Winter-Sports-Awards-recipients-2016-1.jpgMarti Barnett | The Sentinel Pictured are the Cardington-Lincoln High School Winter Sports Awards recipients honored during the Winter Spots Banquet. Back row from left: Adam Hook, Austin Yake, Jacob Long, Dallas Crum, Devin Pearl, Jarrod Fair, Skyler Bowling, Dalton Snider and David Cain Front row from left: Addie Wilhelm, Laynee Wilson, Brea Arnold, Taiylor Hubley, Tiara Snyder, Summer Morgan, Paige Clinger, Sage Brannon and Kynlee Edwards. Absent: Destiny Williamson, Garrett Wagner, Jenae Tracht and Kyndall Spires.

By Evelyn Long

The Sentinel

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