Redskins receive fall sports awards

Redskins receive fall sports awards

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Keegan Lowe received the Devin Kohlman Courage Award at Port Clinton’s fall sports program.

Simon Schulz, who was all-Ohio, was offensive most valuable player for boys soccer. Joey Kurtz and Shane Meek split most valuable player honors for the Sandusky Bay Conference champion boys golf team.

Kelsey Dietrich was most valuable for girls tennis, while Hannah Sarty was offensive player of the year for volleyball. Shelby Gerwin and Miranda Herevia shared offensive most valuable player for girls soccer.

Morgan Hazzard was most valuable for girls golf.

Kurtz and Meek also earned the Captains Award. Steven Kast received the Coaches Award, Anthony Paradiso the Sportsmanship Award and Mitchell Mueller was most improved for boys golf.

Ashley Householder was most improved for girls golf.

Ericka Castillo earned the award for outstanding leadership, Sydney Alexander for outstanding work ethic and Marissa Day was defensive player of the year. Alexander and Day were honorable mention all-SBC, and Day’s 32 blocks were second all-time in a season for the program.

Tiffany Colston and Morgan McGlothlin earned the Coaches Award, Alyssa Krupp was top newcomer and Libby Showalter received the Sportsmanship Award for tennis. Taylor Steyer was most improved, and Colston and McGlothlin earned the Captains Award.

Carter Rumball was defensive most valuable player and Chris Weaver earned the Chieftain Award for boys soccer. Weaver and Matt Winke were recognized most imrproved and Schulz received the Golden Boot.

Kathryn Mueller was defensive most valuable player, Sammy Schroeder earned the Chieftain Award and Natalie Gottron was most improved for girls soccer. Herevia received the Golden Boot.

Claire Zielinski was most valuable runner and received the Coaches Award while Hannah Weaver and Kayleigh Householder earned the Captain Award for girls cross country.

Brandon Moore was recognized most improved at a skill position on offense, Jesse Escobedo earned the Captain Award and Nathan Stubblefield took the White Helmet Award for offensive player of the year and the honor as top player on special teams for football.

Corey Beal was most improved at a defensive skill position and earned the Captain Award. Tristen Mallory earned the Red Jersey as defensive player of the year.

John Morton received the 12th Man Award, Andrew Cline the Captain Award and Cameron Rodriguez was the defensive lineman who improved the most. Trenton Williams was most improved offensive lineman while Brock Moore took the Redskins Sportsmanship Award.

Ty Gallogly, David Leone and Nick Reineck earned their third letter while Michael Leone and Collin Rider received their second for boys cross country.

Kurtz earned his fourth letter, Meek his third, and Mueller and Austin Krupp their second for boys golf.

Allison Cline, Maddison Cole, Hazzard and Emily Shaw earned the second letter for girls golf.

Gerwin, Schroeder and Gracey Stewart earned their third letter while Kayla Armendariz, Emily Ashley, Ashtyn Baney, Evelyn Gillman, Herevia, Baleigh Limestahl and Abby Waite received their second for girls soccer.

Blake Clemons, Jake Depner, Ben Heminger, Marcus Hogan, Alec Ochs and Carter Rumball earned their third letter while Ryan Norgard, Jimmy Olsen, Will Mercurio, Josh Brown, Jacob Gottron, Jake Gulas, Logan Hepp, Tytan Rumball, Nathan Stubblefield and Logan Willoughby received their second for boys soccer.

Zielinski, Householder, Kennedy Gulas and Hannah Weaver earned their third letter while Gabby Camerato and Kaitlyn Koebel received their second for girls cross country.

Kelly Althaus earned her third letter while Morgan Donahue, Eryn Nason, Toni Jones and Lauren Wheeler received their second for cheerleading.

McGlothlin earned her fourth letter, Colston her third, and Erin Binder, Dietrich, Molly Haberman, Libby Showalter and Taylor Steyer earned their second for tennis.

Sarty and Castillo earned their third letters while Allie Schroeder, Taylor Zink and Day received their second for volleyball.

Brock Moore received a third letter while Noah Cross, Stefan Daniels, Escobedo, Keegan Lowe, Jay Greider, Jordan Kleinhans, Beal, Mallory, Shane York and Cline earned their second for football.

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