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Varsity Student-Athletes Recognized at Spring Sports Awards

The Athletics Department hosted the Varsity Spring Sports Awards on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, to recognize the accomplishments of the spring 2021-22 varsity athletes. Congratulations to all the teams and the following students!

Varsity Baseball (13-9)
Best Offensive Player: Trevor Waters ’25
Best Defensive Player: Cuyler Baxter ’24
Coach’s Award: Connor Chapman ’24
MVP: Max McGinn ’24
All-Conference: Max McGinn ’24, Cuyler Baxter ’24

Varsity Girls Lacrosse (2-7)
Coaches Award: Kate Wingate ’23
Most Improved Player: Eleah Stewart ’24
Best Offensive Player: Frannie Goodman ’22

Varsity Boys Lacrosse (7-5)
Coach’s Award: Ben Stewart ’22
Best Defensive Player: Boone Pool ’22
Best Offensive Player: Xander Craven ’22
FACEOFF Award:  Lucius Chappell ’22

Varsity Boys Golf (Conference Champions)
Most Improved: Kevin Stanton ’25 
MVP: Ben Jordan ’22
All-Conference: Ben Jordan ’22 (POY), Will Jordan ’24
All-State: Ben Jordan ’22

Varsity Girls Soccer (4-13)
Coach’s Award: Aidyn Osborne ’25
Most Improved: Ellie Johnson ’26
All-Conference: Brenna Holden ’22
NCSCA Region 2 All-Region: Brenna Holden ’22

Varsity Boys Tennis (13-6)
Coach’s Award: Colter Cox ’22
MVP: Carter McWhorter ’22, Warren McWhorter ’22
Carlton Harris Award: Matthew Dewey ’23
All-Conference: Carter McWhorter ’22, Warren McWhorter ’22, Matthew Dewey ’23, Colter Cox ’22, Nick Moule ’25
All-State: Carter McWhorter ’22

Varsity Co-ed Track & Field
Most Improved: Steven Li ’23, Paige McKee ’23
Coach’s Award: Gabriella Fernandes-Brough ’22
MVP: Oliver Kreimer ’22, Dana Wilson ’25
All-Conference: Dana Wilson ’25 (POY), Oliver Kreimer ’22, Sterling Sharpe ’23, Jabar Akintayo ’23, Endia Smith ’25, Mae Moody ’23, Paige McKee ’23, Cynthia Wang ’23, Kori Billingslea ’25 
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