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Van-Far honors winter sports athletes at annual awards program

Posted on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at 1:58 pm

Winners from the Van-Far girls basketball team.

Winners from the Van-Far girls basketball team.

Van-Far’s coaches honored several of the district’s athletes during the Winter Athletic Awards Program on Tuesday, March 25.
The top awards were given to Nick Barnes (boys basketball MVP), Woodrow Jackson (Mr. Indian) Breanna Strange (girls basketball MVP), and Chevi Windland (best all-around cheerleader).
Cheerleaders Haven Atkinson and Mackenzie Baumbach each received the Liz Long cheerleading award.
Boys Basketball Awards
MVP-Nick Barnes
Hustle-Kyle Decker and Sharrod Connor
Most Rebounds-Kyle Decker
Most Assists-Nick Barnes
Most Steals-Sharrod Connor
Best Free Throw %-Nick Barnes (76%)
6th Man-Lucas Robinson
Leadership-John Gerdeman
Most Improved-Michael Colson and Trenton DeTienne
Most Promising-Sharrod Connor
Mr. Defense-Wyatt McDowell
Mr. Indian-Woodrow Jackson
All-Conference-Nick Barnes
All-District-Nick Barnes
Girls Basketball Awards
Most Promising-Jayda Borgmeyer
Best Free Throw%-Breanna Strange
6th Man-Kayelee Harrower
Most Improved-Renee Nelson
Most Rebounds-Breanna Strange
Most Assists-Abilene Gatson
Best Post Defender-Brooke Johnson
Best Perimeter Defender-Haven Atkinson
MVP-Breanna Strange
Miss Hustle-Ciara Craven
Most Steals-Breanna Strange
Leadership-Brooke Johnson and Ciara Craven
Most Points-Breanna Strange
All-Conference-Breanna Strange
Junior High Girls Basketball
Best Rebounder-Hailey Hopke
Most Points-Jayda Borgmeyer
Best Defender-Abbigail Robinson
Most Hustle-Chevi Windland
Most Promising-Renee Nelson
Most Improved-Janie Swarthout

Cheerleadeing Awards
Best All-Around-Chevi Windland
Most Improved-Jenna Willis
Most Potential-Courtney Jennings
Most Spirited-Brooke James
Liz Long-Haven Atkinson and Mackenzie Baumbach