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Clarendon Hall honors athletic achievements throughout school year

 

By Justin Driggers

Special Correspondent

 

SummertonClarendon Hall recently held its athletic awards ceremony and honored athletes across seven sports spanning the entire 2017-18 school year.

On the softball diamond, Amberly Way was named the Most Valuable Player of the junior varsity squad with Olivia Wilson taking home Offensive Player of the Year honors. McKenley Wells and Hannah Johndrow were selected as Co-Defensive Players of the Year while Sidney Berry and Ashley Timmons shared Most Improved honors. The Coaches Award went to Colleen McIntosh.

Sydney Wells earned MVP honors on the Clarendon Hall varsity squad and was also named to the SCISA All-Star game.  Lauren Pifer was selected as Offensive POY with Bailey Corbett earning the nod for Most Improved.  Madison Kidd took home the Coaches Award and the Heart of a Saint award was given to Olivia Brunson.

Blane and Josh Kennard were tabbed as Co-MVPs for the Saints’ junior varsity baseball team. T.J. Curlee was named the Offensive POY while Wilder Robinson was selected as Most Improved.

On the varsity side, Dylan Way was chosen as MVP and also earned a selection to the SCISA All-Star game. Wells Robinson and Bobby Ashba were recipients of the Offensive POY award while Kameron Earles took home the Defensive POY honor. Jonathan McIntosh was named Rookie of the Year.

Switching to the basketball court, Kole Elliot and Josh Black shared MVP honors for the Clarendon Hall B-Team. Trey Bagnal was named the Offensive POY with William Rogan earning the nod for Defensive POY. Josh Kennard was named Most Improved while Jonathan McIntosh received the 100-percent award.

Zyan Gilmore was chosen as the MVP of the varsity squad with Dylan Way and Tyrese Mitchum taking home Defensive POY honors. Gilmore and Way were also selected to the SCISA All-Star game.

Kylic Horton was named Offensive POY while the Offseason Warrior Award went to Kade Elliott. Olivia Singletary was also recognized as the No. 1 Fan.

For the girls B-Team, Macie McIntosh was named MVP with Ashley Timmons selected as the Defensive POY. Colleen McIntosh and Sidney Berry shared Offensive POY honors with Ashlynn Ewell taking home the Most Improved award.

On the junior varsity side, Bailey Corbett was selected as MVP with Amberly Way and Hannah Johndrow taking home Offensive and Defensive POY awards, respectively. The Coaches Award was given to McKenley Wells.

For varsity, Brynne Baxley earned MVP honors; Mallory McIntosh received Offensive POY and Sydney Wells took home Defensive POY. The Offseason Warrior Award went to Whitney Avins.

Switching to the gridiron, Kylic Horton was named the MVP of the junior varsity football squad. Nathan Carlisle was chosen as the Best Defensive Player while Christian Higbe earned the nod as the Best Lineman. Brantley Hodge took home the Coaches Award.

On the varsity side, Dylan Way was named the MVP and also earned all-region honors as the Offensive POY. Tyrese Mitchum also made the all-region squad and was named the Saints’ Offensive POY.

Ben Corbett won the Defensive POY honor for both Clarendon Hall and the region while Michael Bolyston took home the award for Best Offensive Lineman. Nicholas Salmon was named Most Improved while Zyan Gilmore received the Coaches Award. Gilmore, Justin James and Bobby Ashba were also named all-region.

The junior varsity volleyball team gave out four awards. Amberly Way received the Offensive POY Award with Hadleigh McIntosh earning Defensive POY honors. The Coaches Award went to Aubrey Edwards and Olivia Wilson was named Most Improved.

On varsity, Ava English and Madison Kidd each earned all-region honors and were named the Lady Saints’ Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively. Sunshine Perkins took home the Coaches Award.

Switching to the bowling lanes, Erin Clark was tabbed as the Top Bowler on the girls side for Clarendon Hall with Bobby Ashba earning the Top Bowler honor on the boys side. The girls Coaches Award went to Kelly Venning while the boys Coaches Award went to Gabriel Collier.

Hannah Johndrow, Sydney Coker and Kayleigh Franklin each received junior varsity cheerleading honors. Johndrow won the Coaches Award, Franklin the Most Improved and Coker took home the Heart of a Saint award.

For varsity, Madison Kidd and Mallory McIntosh received the Coaches Award; Sydney Wells and Hannah Corbett were given the Heart of a Saint Award; Erin Clark and Jadzia Brown earned the Sideline Award and Brynne Baxley was named Most Spirited.

Clarendon Hall also handed out 11 special awards. McKenzie Bagnal was named the Most Improved Female Athlete of the Year while Kade Elliott was named the Most Improved Male Athlete of the Year.

The Junior Female Athlete of the Year was given to Hannah Corbett with Michael Bolyston taking home the Junior Male Athlete of the Year honor.

Sydney Wells was chosen as the Senior Female Athlete of the Year and Dylan Way took home the Senior Male Athlete of the Year award.

The Female and Male Sportsmanship awards went to Madison Kidd and Zyan Gilmore, respectively, while the Female and Male Academic Athlete of the Year honors went to Brynne Baxley and Dylan Way.

Finally, the Athletic Service Award went to Mark and Elizabeth Thompson.

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