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PYA presents Sports Awards for 2021

PYA presents Sports Awards for 2021

The 55th Annual Penn Yan Academy Sports Awards were held Monday, June 21 in the Academy assembly room. The yearly program respects the individual understudy competitors, groups, mentors and allies of Penn Yan varsity sports.

The current year’s show was a re-visitation of structure after last year’s program was adjusted to be a “pass through” service outside the secondary school. While covers were as yet present in the crowd and in many understudies’ photos, an amphitheater loaded up with understudies, guardians, grandparents, aunties and uncles with not very many actual limitations set up would have been almost unbelievable last year and the function had a topic of getting back to regularity both in structure and in the addresses given by mentors and heads.

The honors service opened with Academy Athletic Director Jonathan MacKerchar conveying some fast comments prior to presenting District Superintendent Howard Dennis, who conveyed a conventional greeting to the function. After the crowd was driven in the school’s Alma Mater tune by Mindy Johnson, the 2020-21 Varsity Club Officers, including President Sierra Harrison, Vice President Brigham Hansen, Secretary Abigail Bodine and Treasurer Thomas Barden, were perceived by Kelly Montano and Jay Hollister.

The function continued with mentors from each game that ran all through the school year introducing the Varsity Club Award, the Heart Award and here and there different honors to their competitors. The Varsity Club Award is granted to an individual from every varsity group who shows sportsmanship and reasonable play, actual fortitude and “battling” soul, dedication to the group regardless of individual brilliance and recognition of preparing rules. The honor is decided on by individual colleagues and every victor gets a wooden plaque with a gold group seal and their name engraved on the honor. The Heart Award is given to an individual from every varsity group who praises preparing rules, displays great sportsmanship and reasonable play, shows above typical endeavors to improve, regards partners, mentors, authorities, school local area and adversaries and has a “group first” demeanor. The honor beneficiary is picked by each game’s lead trainer and every champ gets an outlined authentication.

The accompanying understudy competitors got the Varsity Club Award: Jaina Doyle (Girls Cross Country), JD Tette (Boys Cross Country), Clayton Koivuniemi (Golf), Nicholas Jarecke (Boys Soccer), Hayley Anderson (Girls Soccer), Samantha Denson (Girls Tennis), Kaley Griffin (Girls Basketball), Mason Kuver (Boys Basketball), Andy Kniffin (Girls Bowling), Ben Broome (Boys Bowling), Ayden Mowry (Wrestling), Jammie Decker (Volleyball), Mekhi Mahan (Football), Kayla Olsen (Cheerleading), Matt Lerch (Baseball), Elle Harrison (Softball), Hayley Anderson (Girls Lacrosse), Ayden Mowry (Boys Lacrosse), Max Baker (Boys Tennis), Alexxis Henry (Girls Track and Field), Dominic Lafferty (Boys Track and Field).

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