February 1, 2023

MS Boys Basketball Awards Program

Middle school boys basketball had their team awards program on Monday, January 31, to cap off the 2022-2023 season.

A Team award recipients, pictured from left to right:

Jacoby Tackett – Most Improved Award

Levi Hroch – Timothy Award

Philip Belanger – Defensive Award

Brandon Trieu – Sportsmanship Award

Matthew Belanger – Warrior Award

Ben Cearley – Team MVP

Luke Sengbusch – Offensive Award

B Team award recipients, pictured from left to right:

Houston Davis – Team MVP

Raleigh Durham – Offensive Award

Perry Dziubarczyk – Timothy Award

Colten McMullen – Defensive Award

Jackson Connelly – Sportsmanship Award

Uriel Smith – Warrior Award

Reagan Laidlaw – Most Improved Award

C Team award recipients, pictured from left to right:

Hunter Wanic – Offensive Award and Team MVP

Cory Crawford – Timothy Award

Lucas Wolfswinkel – Defensive Award

Landon Hamm – Most Improved Award

Jett Ligon – Warrior Award

Brayden Briker – Sportsmanship Award

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