Medomak Valley honors spring student-athletesJulie Ennamorati school's first 12-letter winner since 2005, fourth since 1994
Waldoboro — Medomak Valley High School honored its spring student-athletes on June 11 at the school.
Nate Meade, former MVHS track standout and current University of Maine in Orono track athlete, was the guest speaker. Meade is the 2010 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference, state and New England triple jump champion. He talked about his high school career as a MVHS athlete and the work it takes to be a college student-athlete.
The following is a summary of the Panther awards event:
Boys track and field — Yannick Price-Prevot, most valuable; Taylor Packard, most improved; and Kyle Baubonis, coach's award.
Girls track and field — Amanda Young, most valuable; Lexi Genthner, most improved; and Emily Leach, coach's award.
Boys tennis — Conor Dahlberg, most valuable; Aaron Smeltzer, most improved; and Gabe Cooley, coach's award.
Girls tennis — Mallory Robbins, most valuable; Angela Gray, most improved; and Isabelle Lobley, coach's award.
Baseball — Adam Lynch, most valuable; Mike Kee, most improved; and Kerry Madden, coach's award.
Softball — Desiree Benner, most valuable; Amanda Hendrickons-Belloquet and Taylor Simmons, most improved; and Mallory Conary, coach's award.
Girls track and field earned the school's team grade-point average award with a 3.607. Varsity softball was second with a 3.595. Five Panther spring teams finished with a grade point average of higher than 3.1.
Three-letter plaques (3 varsity letters in one sport) — Robbins, tennis; Dahlberg, tennis; Zack Judkins, tennis; A. Hendrickson-Belloguet, softball; Alex Greenrose, baseball; Heidi Harris, track and field; Desiree Leary, track and field; Leach, track and field; Abigail Vail, track and field; Jessica Prescott, track and field; Brianna Gross, track and field; Nick Anderson, track and field; T.J. Harriman, track and field; Jonathan Hendrickson-Belloguet, track and field; Packard, track and field; and Devon Sproul, track and field.
Seven-letter jackets (7 varsity letters in several sports) — Leach, soccer, basketball and track and field; Jessica Prescott, soccer, cheering and track and field; J. Hendrickson-Belloguet, soccer, basketball and track and field; Judkins, golf, basketball and tennis; Maria Ennamorati, soccer, indoor track and softball; and Stefan Nicholls, cross country, wrestling and track and field
10-letter club (10 varsity letters in several sports) — Conary, soccer, basketball and softball.
12-letter club (12 varsity letters in several sports) — Julie Ennamorati, soccer, swimming, indoor track and track and field. Ennamorati is the school's first 12-letter winner since 2005 and only the fourth since 1994.
Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference all-academic (seniors with a 90 or higher GPA during their high school career) — Lynch, baseball; Robbins, tennis; Chris Morrill, tennis; Conary, softball; Nelson Tolman, track and field; Baubonis, track and field; J. Ennamorati, track and field; Harris, track and field; Alyssa Griggs, track and field; Jocelyn Thames, track and field; Emily Sirianni, track and field; and Alanna Vose, track and field.
KVAC all-conference — Benner, softball first team; Conary, softball first team; A. Hendrickson-Belloguet, softball first team; Price-Prevot, discus champion and shot put runner-up; J. Hendrickson-Belloguet, triple jump champion and 4x100-meter relay champion; Boone Olson, 4x100-meter relay champion; Nichols, 4x100-meter and 4x800-meter relay champions and 300-meter hurdles runner-up; Vincent Vannah, 4x100-meter relay champion; Mason Vermillion 4x800-meter relay champion; Anderson, 4x800-meter relay champion; Packard, 4x800-meter relay champion; J. Ennamorati, 4x100-meter relay runner-up; Young 4x100-meter relay runner-up; Genthner 4x100-meter relay runner-up; Vose, 4x100-meter relay runner-up and long jump runner-up; and Lynch, baseball second team.
The Panther softball team members were presented awards for their 2012 KVAC Class B championship. The squad has been in the KVAC Class B title game the last three years and won in 2011 and 2012. The 2010 game was not played due to rain.
Price-Prevot was presented an award for his state championship in the discus. Price-Prevot, J. Hendrickson-Belloguet and Deering Genthner were recognized for qualifying and participating in the New England championship track-and-field meet at Thornton Academy in Saco.
Athletic trainer Mike Zemrak was presented a MVHS athletics sweatshirt for his dedication to Panther athletes this year.
Senior Kacey Montana was presented a bronze level award for her success as a member of the United States Figure Skating program.
The 2012 service award — Brenda Hendrickson, boosters club treasurer.
The 2011-2012 senior sportsmanship awards — Conary and Lynch.
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