November 9, 2023

Cross Country Awards Banquet 2023

The middle school and high school cross country teams celebrated the end of their season with their annual banquet to honor all runners and highlight team award recipients. The first group to be recognized were the WARRIOR MILE CLUB recipients who reached milestones by running over the summer. Next, the team recognized the high school Skull Crushers and the middle & high school Timothy & MVP award winners.

100 – mile Warriors: Alise Andrade, Lorelai Waller, Michaela Smith

150 – mile Warriors: Joy Anderson, Caleb Burgos

200 – mile Warriors: Maddy McKnight, Ali Richard

Skull Crusher Award (High School Only):

Audrey Fransen, Ben Hensley

Timothy Award:

Lorelai Waller, Carter Boul, Audrey Fransen, Gray Layton

MVP Award:

Michaela Smith, Jackson Connelly, Maddy McKnight, Caleb Burgos The coaches are so proud of everyone this season and would like to wish our outgoing seniors the absolute best! Enjoy the offseason and we look forward to seeing you next year!

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