CV-S Athletic Awards
Results of Cherry Valley-Springfield's 25th annual Athletic Awards Night held June 15.
Girls soccer: Best offense _ Ksenia Hanlon; best defense _ Mary Auld; coach's award _ Emily Wilmot; will to win _ Alyssa Baker; hustle _ Jane Auld.
Boys soccer: Best defense _ Ethan Drugatz, Collin Lamouret; best offense _ Brett Adams, Kyle Jaquay; will to win _ Scott Stiles; coach's award _ Chad Thompson.
Boys basketball: Most improved _ Isiah Montgomery; effort _ Collin Lamouret; coach's award _ Brett Adams; best defense: Chad Thompson; best offense: Kyle Jaquaqy, Adam Yerdon; hustle _ Chad Thompson.
Girls basketball: Hustle _ Ksenia Hanlon; best defense _ Maddie Archer; most improved _ Kylie Graham; coach's award: Lauren Loucks; MVP _ Aria Dubben.
Cheerleading: Spirit award _ Emily May; rookie of the year: Lee Whelihan; team award _ Emmy Vickerson; coach's award: Morgan Diani.
Girls track: Spirit award _ Annie Anderson; rookie of the year: Hannah Lamouret; most improved runner _ Lauren Loucks; best field athlete _ Shealyn Misiewicz; best track athlete _ Roberta Zaccagnino; MVP _ Ksenia Hanlon.
Boys track: Spirit award _ John Mark Bening and Rory Davis; rookie of the year _ Elijah Lyon; most improved _ Ben Campbell; best field athlete _ Dustin Collins; best track athlete _ Ben Drugatz; MVP _ Isiah Montgomery.
Softball: Highest batting average _ Olivia Hull; best defense _ Kylie Graham; most improved _ Jamie VanDerkrake; coach's award: Ashley Miles; MVP _ Jessica Carson.
Baseball: Coach's award _ Chad Thompson and Billy Guardi; offensive MVP _ Alec Denninger; defensive MVP _ Brett Adams, Andrew Bosc, Scott Stiles; hustle _ Taylor Miles, Cullen Beauregard.
Kenneth E. Young Sportsmanship Award: Mary Auld.
Adam Yerdon Memorial Athlete of the Year Award: Chad Thompson, Scott Stiles.
Hank Misiewicz Memorial Athlete of the Year Award: Ksenia Hanlon.
Barry Prill Outstanding Senior Award: Brett Adams.
Rick Yerdon Memorial Award: Amanda Augar, Ksenia Hanlon, Emily Wilmot, Scott Stiles, Brett Adams, Chad Thompson.
CV-S Athletic Awards
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