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StM Athletes Honored at Year-End Ceremony

StM Athletes Honored at Year-End Ceremony
Student-athletes and their parents, along with coaches, came together at the annual Athletics Awards Ceremony in the Solomon Theater on Friday, May 24 to commemorate a great year for St. Martin’s Athletics. This season St. Martin’s has earned a team district championship, individual district championships, and multiple individual state championships, and has sent multiple teams to the playoffs.  
 
Those gathered listened to remarks from Athletic Director Frank Gendusa before special recognition awards were presented.

The Dave Rice Award was presented to seniors Annabella Imbornone and Griff Thomas, varsity athletes who have displayed the most caring attitude and devotion toward their teammates.

The Judy Ketchum Baehr Award was presented to athletes who have distinguished themselves by lettering in three or more varsity sports during their senior year. This year’s recipients were Benjamin Bone, Rico Coleman, Anabella Imbornone, Samuel Kellum, Gabby Killett, Brandon Roth, and Kyle Winkler

The Glenn "Abe" Martin Award was presented to Benjamin Bone. This award recipient is selected by the Athletic Department. The award is given to that male student who has demonstrated the highest ideals of leadership, character, spirit, and athletic achievement while participating in two or more varsity sports during the school year.

The Robert L. Pettit Award was presented to Lindsey LaForge. This award recipient is also selected by the Athletic Department. The award is given to that female student who has demonstrated the highest ideals of leadership, character, spirit, and athletic achievement while participating in two or more varsity sports during the school year.

The James M. Burlingame Award was presented to Samuel Kellum, the male athlete who has demonstrated superior athletic achievement and ability in two or more varsity sports during the school year.

The E. Douglas Johnson Award was presented to Ruby Reeves, the female athlete who has demonstrated superior athletic achievement and ability in two or more varsity sports during the school year.

Commemorating St. Martin’s affection for and admiration of Tony “Chief” Porter, the Tony Porter Award was presented to track team members Isabella Bartholomew and Ford Millican, who are spirited and unafraid to take risks and try new events for the improvement of the team. They possess the qualities of dedication, commitment, and hard work.

The Joe Mooty Award was presented to underclassman Nate Dozier, who through his attitude and work ethic exhibits a love for the game of basketball.

Also presented at the ceremony were the Most Valuable and Most Improved Awards, listed below by sport.

Cheerleading
MIP - Rachel Royerre
MVP - Madalyn Cranford
 
CrossCountry
Girls MIP – Rian McManus
Boys MIP – Benjamin Bone and Rico Coleman
Girls MVP – Isabella Bartholomew
Boys MVP – Samuel Kellum
 
IndoorTrack
Girls MVP – Isabella Bartholomew
Boys MVP – Samuel Kellum and Benjamin Bone
 
Track & Field
Girls MIP – Renee Angerer
Boys MIP – Benjamin Hoppe
Girls MVP – Kylar Coleman
Boys MVP – Samuel Kellum
 
Football
Offense MIP – Benjamin Hoppe
Defense MIP – Grant Gendusa and Tyler Lauland
Offense MVP – Jonathan Castaneda
Defense MVP – Kyle Winkler
 
Swimming
Girls MIP – Isabella Bartholomew
Boys MIP – Bennett Kahn
Girls MVP – Lainey Pickens
Boys MVP – Ritchie Whitney
 
Volleyball
MIP – Katie LaForge
MVP – Ruby Reeves
 
Basketball
Girls MIP – Toi Robinson
Boys MIP – Bharat Solanky
Girls MVP – Jayden Coleman
Boys MVP – Brandon Roth
 
Soccer
Girls MIP – Anna Schieffelin
Boys MIP – Christian Pevey
Girls MVP – Olivia Cano
Boys MVP – Ross Miller
 
Baseball
MIP – Christian Pevey
MVP – Kolby McWilliams
 
Golf
MIP – Brenan Kronenberg
MVP – Jack Fleishmann
 
Softball
MIP – Lauren Bone
MVP – Lindsey LaForge and Malorie Saucier
 
Tennis
Girls MIP – Elena Gaver
Boys MIP – Chris Catinis
Girls MVP – Prudence Dudley
Boys MVP – Patrick LaForge
 
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