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The season-ending girls track banquet was recently held, and four Lady Cardinals were honored with special awards.
Selected as the team's Most Valuable Player is Halie Sciury.
Despite missing time due to an injury, Sciury led the team with 61 points. She was the Inter-Valley Conference runner-up in the long jump, and district champion in the same event. She just missed her third trip to the state meet, placing fifth in the long jump at regionals.
Kiannah Sarver received the Most Track Points Award. She participated on the 4x400 and 4x800, as well as the 3200. She finished second on the team with 41.75 points.
The Most Points Field Events Award went to Baylee Offenberger. The IVC champion in the high jump finished with 24 points.
The Coaches Award went to Mercedes Sarver.
"Mercedes was very dedicated and worked hard all season long to reach her goals," commented Head Coach Greg Howard. "She did what she needed to do during practice and at the meets, setting a good example for her teammates."
Halie Sciury received her third letter; while two-year letter winners are Alicia Costello, Olivia Costello, Allison Griffin, Maggie Lampe, Kye Mastri, Baylee Offenberger, Juliana Borsellino and Alana Hill.
Receiving their first varsity letter are Ruby Behm, Meghan Hughes, Kiannah Sarver, Mercedes Sarver and Anna Daniska.
Participation awards went to Tiffany Lee, Grace Crillie, Peyton Longo, Taylor Zell, Olivia Crone, Allison Eyster, Allie Barrett, Destiny Armstrong, Regan Finnicum, Anna Moore, Brianna Young, Morgan Hall, Natalie Weber and Morgan Madison.
Scholar-athlete awards were presented to Grace Crilley, Tiffany Lee, Ruby Behm, Kye Mastri, Alicia Costello, Baylee Offenberger, Olivia Crone, Halie Sciury, Natalie Weber, Allison Eyster, Alana Hill, Meghan Hughes, Mercedes Sarver and Kiannah Sarver.
"The athletes worked very hard this season and I am proud of what they accomplished," noted Coach Howard. "There were a lot of personal best heights, distances and times broken this year due to the dedication of the athletes.
"We are a young, talented team with no seniors. We will only add to the current talent we have. The future is bright."