Twin Valley High School holds athletic awards night
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WILMINGTON- Twin Valley athletic awards for spring 2014:

Boys’ golf: Most improved: Tommy Marchionna. Top male golfer: Keegan Reed.

Varsity baseball: Golden Bat: Sam Molner. Sportsmanship: Craig Green. Golden Glove: Baylee Crawford. Most Improved: Chris Robinson. Shawn Parris Award: Colin Lozito.

Varsity softball: Silver Slugger: Savannah Nesbitt. Golden Glove: Colton Butler. Leadership: Sammy Cunningham-Darrah.

Track and field Most improved male: Jacob Hicks. Most improved female: Kirra Courchesne. Most outstanding male: Skyler Boyd. Most outstanding female: Henriette Aas.

Senior Awards Night:

Vicki Marchegiani Memorial Scholarship:Sammy Cunningham-Darrah.

Phil Ware Scholar-Athlete: Eli Park and Sammy Cunningham-Darrah.

Bryan Hampshire Award: Colin Lozito, Savannah Nesbitt, and Hannah Swanson.

Justin E. Carrier Award: Keegan Reed and Jordan Niles.


Baseball First Team: Sam Molner and Colin Lozito.

Honorable Mention: None.

Softball First Team: Sammy Cunningham-Darrah and Savannah Nesbitt.

Honorable Mention: Jordan Niles, Colton Butler, and Hannah Swanson.

Richard Breen Sportsmanship Award to Twin Valley High School for excellent sportsmanship.

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