February 10, 2022

Middle School Boys Basketball Awards

The middle school boys basketball team had their team awards program Saturday in the East Gym.

The middle school boys A Team was coached by Craig Cleveland.

Award winners (pictured left to right):

William Iler – Defensive Award

James Reeves – Warrior Award

Charles Rizzutto – Warrior Award

Ben Cearley – Most Improved Award

Finn Howren – Offensive Award and MVP

Blake Hummel – Timothy Award (not pictured)

The middle school boys B Team was coached by Ryan Leatch.

Award winners (pictured left to right):

Matthew Belanger – Warrior Award

Damian Reyna – Offensive Award and MVP

Philip Belanger – Defensive Award 

Kyler Khuong – Timothy Award (not pictured)

Brandon Trieu – Most Improved Award (not pictured)

The middle school boys C Team was coached by Darryl Phipps.

Award winners (pictured left to right):

Perry Dziubarczyk – Offensive Award

Jackson Connelly – Timothy Award

Uriel Smith – Warrior Award

Houston Davis – Defensive Award and MVP

Maximus Payton – Most Improved (not pictured)

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