Spring Athletics Awards

DSC_7365Here are the awards for the Most Valuable Player, Most Improved Player and the OAK Award winner for the spring teams.

The OAK Award is presented to a student-athlete “who maximizes his or her abilities (Overachiever), exhibits the proper (Attitude) in practice and games, and is a real student of the sport (Knowledge).”

Varsity baseball: Vince Thomas (OAK), Will Daniel (MVP) and Nick Curtis (MIP)DSC_6963

Varsity boys’ crew: Paul Dougherty (OAK), Ari Goldman (MVP) and Joey Conn (MIP)

Varsity girls’ crew: Lee Markley (OAK), Madison Chapman (MVP) and Allison Kesser (MIP)

Varsity boys’ lacrosse: Davis King (OAK), Trey Ritter (MVP) and Philip Trapani (MIP)

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Varsity girls’ lacrosse: Virginia Marshall (OAK), Annie Bashara (MVP) and Blair Hurley (MIP)

Varsity girls’ soccer: Ann Burns Morrison (OAK), Natalie Kanter (MVP) and Cameron Brown (MIP)

Varsity boys’ tennis: Chase Pearson (OAK), Narain Rijhwani (MVP) and Alex Loope (MIP)

Varsity boys’ track: David Wang (OAK), Nate Miller (MVP) and Steve Turack (MIP)

DSC_5029Varsity girls’ track: Alexis Shelton (OAK), Anyssa Reddix (MVP) and Kiva Adams (MIP)

JV golf: Sammi Rappaport (OAK) and Chandler Branton (MVP)

JV girls’ soccer: Ashby Larkin (OAK) and Sarah Smith (MVP)

JV boys’ tennis: Justin Silverman (OAK) and Michael Dashiell (MVP)

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JV boys’ track: Frankie White (OAK) and Oliver Gates (MVP)

JV girls’ track: Faith Rush (OAK) and Bailey Holmes-Spencer (MVP)

Middle School baseball: Dylan Cheek (OAK)

Middle School girls’ lacrosse: Abby Wright (OAK)

Middle School boys’ lacrosse: Josh Swartz (OAK)

Middle School girls’ soccer: Julia Bianchi (OAK)


Middle School softball: Allison Casper (OAK)

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Managers:

Varsity boys’ lacrosse: Ashley Cota and Jessica Sutherland

Varsity girls’ lacrosse: Emma Segaloff

Varsity track: Henry Zhao and Ning Wang

JV boys’ tennis: Austin Fattizzi

About jimsravesnrants

Jim Morrison has flown barrel rolls with the Navy's Blue Angels (he didn't barf), climbed and slept overnight in a 243-foot-tall redwood (he didn't fall), and gone one-on-one with Muhammad Ali (he didn't flinch). His award-winning stories have appeared in Smithsonian, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Private Clubs, This Old House, National Wildlife, Smart Money’s offspring, George, Context, Family PC, Good Housekeeping, Playboy, Biography, The Washington Post, Reader’s Digest, Utne Reader, Southwest Spirit, the magazine of Southwest Airlines, and American Way, the magazine of American Airlines, among others. His web site is www.jmwriter.com

Posted on June 3, 2013, in baseball, crew, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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