MVHS honors fall student-athletesVeteran coach Gould recognized for induction into Midcoast Sports Hall of Fame
Waldoboro — Student-athletes and a coach were among those honored during the Medomak Valley High School fall sports awards night Nov. 5 in the Ronald E. Dolloff Auditorium.
Athletic director Matt Lash presented Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference Class B awards and other individual achievements before coaches recognized their student-athletes in team presentations.
The MVHS All-Sports Boosters provided light refreshments .
Longtime Panther coach George Gould (cross country, track-and-field and basketball) was recognized for his recent induction into the Midcoast Sports Hall of Fame.
The team grade-point average award winner was the girls varsity soccer squad with a 3.64 GPA.
Lash thanked the athletes for their community service and outreach projects which included: Visiting elementary schools; assisting with the Waldoboro Fire Department's celebration fundraising; assisting with middle school athletic events; volunteering with local youth soccer; and bringing awareness for several causes at homecoming by wearing purple socks and head bands.
The following athletes were selected KVAC all-conference for soccer — Jonathan Hendrickson-Belloguet, Amanda Hendrickson-Belloguet and Maria Ennamorati, first-team; and Elise Wallace, second-team. The Hendrickson-Belloguets are siblings.
The following athletes were selected KVAC all-academic (seniors with a 90 or higher GPA) — Kelsie Grady, cheering; Jessica Prescott, soccer; Taylor Simmons, soccer; Wallace, soccer; McKenzie Belcher, soccer; Danielle Hunt, soccer; A. Hendrickson-Belloguet, soccer; Desiree Leary, soccer; Heidi Obuchon, soccer; Ennamorati, soccer; Brandon Soper, soccer; Vincent Vannah, soccer; Conor Dalhberg, soccer; Kerry Madden, soccer; and Abigail Vail, cross country.
The following athletes received three-letter plaques — Brent Barrows, soccer; Madden, soccer; Ryan Ripley, soccer; Vannah, soccer; Lindsey Miller, cheering; Ivan Johnson, cross country; Alexander Casas, cross country; Vail, cross country; Shannon Staples cross country; A. Hendrickson-Belloguet, soccer; Prescott, soccer; Obuchon, soccer; Simmons, soccer; Wallace, soccer; and Samantha Griffin, soccer.
The following athletes received seven-letter jackets — Leary, soccer, indoor track and outdoor track and field; Vail, cross country, varsity boys basketball manager and track and field; Grady, cross country, fall cheering, winter cheering and track and field; Soper, soccer, basketball and baseball; and A. Hendrickson-Belloguet, soccer, basketball and softball.
Individual team awards
Boys soccer — J. Hendrickson-Belloguet, most valuable; Mark Sweet-Lindsey, most improved; and Vincent Vannah, coach's award.
Girls soccer — A. Hendrickson-Belloguet, most valuable; Lexi Genthner, most improved; and Ennamorati and Wallace, co-coach's awards.
Boys cross country — Johnson, most valuable; Gavin Felch, most improved; and Alexander Casas, coach's award.
Girls cross country — Jill van der Schaaf, most valuable; Rayanne Leach, most improved; and Krista Hooper, coach's award.
Golf —Adam Wilcox, most valuable and coach's award; and Aaron Smeltzer, most improved.
Cheering — Lindsey Miller, most valuable; Shania Melvin, most improved; and Grady, coach's award.
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