Student Athletes Awarded For Winter Sports At Nanuet High School

Winter varsity sports award dinner.

As the winter varsity sports season draws to a close, the athletes along with their parents, coaches and administrators gathered for the awards banquet at Nanuet High School. Each coach introduced their team, spoke about the highlights of the season, and awarded Most Improved Player (MIP) and Most Valuable Player (MVP) to the students.  

Also announced were the accomplished athletes who received All-Section and All-League awards. Wrestling led the way receiving eight All-Section and 10 All-League awards. Winter Track & Field followed closely behind with eight All-Section and six All-League awards.

The NYSPHSAA Scholar-Athlete list was most impressive. To achieve a Scholar-Athlete Team Award, the team must have a team grade of 90 or above for the winter sports season. The Scholar-Athletes teams were Boys' Track & Field, Girls' Track & Field, Wrestling, Girls' Basketball, Girls' Bowling.  

Nanuet High School 2011 Winter Varsity Sports Awards:

       Sport         MVP        MIP Cheerleading Johanna Simonsen Caroline Gleeson Boys' Winter Track & Field Andi Augustin Bari Dar Girls' Winter Track & Field Hannah DeMartino Kerry Anne Mitchell Boys' Basketball John Brezovsky Spencer Mayfield Girls' Basketball Christina Fitzgerald Lisa Kahn Bowling Brianne Healy Troy Hansen Wrestling Greg Caneparo Jesse Rahimzadeh Gymnastics Taylor Redmond

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Smitty Chesterfield March 03, 2011 at 08:05 PM
I believe there is an error in the article. "Bowling" is listed as a sport.


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