Fall Sports: Most Valuable Players

Boys MVP: Bailey Wells (11)

Girls Co-MVPs: Georgina Greene (11), Michelae Forsythe (12)

Boys MVP: Landyn Bartness (12)

Girls co-MVPs: Katherine Clouse (12), placed 5th place in the OIA Individual Girls Championship, State Individual Girls Championship qualifier

Alex Skrocki (12), captain

Girls MVP: Tessa Baker (12), captain and first team Western Division All-Star “Tessa Baker is an excellent leader on and off the field. She always gave her best at practices and meets,” Coach Liz Patton said.

Boys co-MVPs: Aaron Russ (12), Western Division Champion and first team Western Division All-Star  “Aaron Russ is a  good role model at practices and at meets.  Awesome performances at meets,” Patton said.

Riley Turk (12), captain and first team Western Division All-Star “Riley Turk…lead[s] by example.  Earned the respect of his teammates by showing he cared.  Worked hard at practices and maintained excellent grades,” Patton said.

Defense MVP: Vaa’alotasi Ierome (12)
Offense co-MVPs: Dylan Frank (12), Thomas Reid (11)

Girls MVP: Kirsten Rhea (12), striker and backup goalie
“Kirsten has been an integral part of our preparations for the soccer season thus far.  As one of the returning seniors, she has maintained a high work ethic and drive, but has also shown improved leadership in practices and scrimmages. Kirsten was originally projected to be a striker this year, but injuries have forced the coaches to start her at goalie instead.  Although she has not played this position for awhile, she stepped in with no complaints and continues to lead the team; only from the back instead of the front,” Coach Ryan said.

Girls MVP: Katarina Tenorio (12)