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RRHS 2017-18 Athletic Awards

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The 2017-18 Roanoke Rapids High School Athletic Awards were announced at Thursday night's Athletic Banquet.

It was a night to recognize the Roanoke Rapids High School Yellow Jackets athletes off the field. First they were fed a catered meal then coaches announced the award winners. This year winners are listed below:

 

The 2017-18 RRHS Best All-Around Female athlete must have lettered in at least two sports, possess the following traits of sportsmanship, citizenship, attitude, dependability, leadership and teamwork every time that they compete for RRHS and are role models for every athlete who wears the Yellow Jacket jersey and Elena Miller has been chosen as this year’s winner.

 

The 2017-18 RRHS Best All-Around male athlete must have lettered in at least two sports, possess the following traits of sportsmanship, citizenship, attitude, dependability, leadership and teamwork every time that they compete for RRHS and are role models for every athlete who wears the Yellow Jacket jersey and Thomas Merritt  has been chosen as this year’s winner

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The Aimee Erwin Award is given to a senior female athlete possessing the following traits: outstanding leadership, outstanding athletic ability both individually and as a team player and loyalty to the school, administration and (Co-Winners) Abby Acree and Camden Bierbauer has been chosen as this year’s winners.

 

The Micket Gukick Award is given to a senior male athlete possessing the following traits: outstanding leadership, outstanding athletic ability both individually & as a team player & loyalty to the school, administration and Jack Neville has been chosen as this year’s winners. 

 

The Cranford Hoyle Award recognizes a senior male & female athlete for achievements which exemplify the traits so valued by Coach Hoyle, long time teacher, coach & Athletic Director at the RRHS. The recipients of this award must have lettered in one or more sports, been loyal to his/her community and to his/her school, taken advantage of his/her educational opportunities, been competitive when the game of life became challenging and has demonstrated that adversity in the life can overcome by dedication to a better way. This year winners are (Female) Laura Brown and (male) Zach Carter.

 

The Sports Club-Spark Plug award goes to a student whom contributes unselfishly & freely of their time, dependable, takes pride in their job and does not expect or seek recognition for job performed, performs task "behind the scenes" that go unnoticed by the fans and players, and is the coach's "right hand person". This year’s winner is                                      . 

 

Sports Club Recognition Award: Co-winners Alyssa Daniel and Jimmy Hoscila.

 

 

Listed below are each  RRHS Sports and the winners:

 

RRHS Soccer

Women's soccer 18-1
NORTHERN CAROLINA CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

All Conference
1st team: Laura Brown (4 goals, 2 assists), Morgan Davis (8 goals, 11 assists), Ella King (36 goals, 20 assists, 3 saves, no cards), Elena Miller (24 goals, 25 assists, 33 saves), Catherine MacNichol (56 goals, 22 assists, #2 in 2A soccer for 134 points)

2nd team: Abbey Acree (3 goals, 2 assists, 1 save), Brittany Milan (1 goal, 6 assists)
Honorable Mention: Taylor Epps (1 goal, 2 assists, 12 saves)

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Catherine MacNichol (56 goals, 22 assists, #2 in 2A soccer for 134 points)

ALL Region: Region 5
1st team: Catherine Macnichol,  Elena Miller
2nd team: Ella King

Best Offensive Player: Catherine MacNichol
Best Defensive Player: Laura Brown
Most Valuable Player: Elena Miller

Coach's Award: Hannah Moseley (82 saves)

 

 

 

Men's soccer 21-1-1
NORTHERN CAROLINA CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

All Conference:
1st team: Emerson Escobar (23 goals, 22 assists), Carson Neal (52 goals, 16 assists), Thomas Merritt

2nd team: Camden Parks (1 goal, 6 assists), Cameron Wilson (12 goals, 20 assists)

Honorable Mention: Zach Carter (3 goals) and Chase Johnson (4 goals, 3 assists)

Northern Carolina Conference Defensive Player of the Year-
Thomas Merritt (207 saves, 5 assists, 11 shutouts)

All Region- Region 5
1st team: Carson Neal, Emerson Escobar,  Thomas Merritt
2nd team: Cameron Wilson

Best Offensive Player: Carson Neal
Best Defensive Player: Zach Carter
Most Valuable Player: Thomas Merritt

COACH'S Award: Billy Ricks (2 goals, 1 assist)

 

 

Softball - 

MVP - Abbi Carpenter 

B OFF - Makayla Pair 

B DEF - Lily Curtis 

 

 

 

Women's Basketball - 

MVP : Michelle Stewart 

MI : Taylor Medlin 

Coach's : Kamryn Little 

Off : Anna Vann 

Def : Abbi Carpenter 

 

 

Men's Basketball - 

MVP - T.J. Scott 

Coach's - Kemarcus Kee 

MI - Zach Vincent 

 

 

 

Cheer - 

Fall-

MVC : Jordan Roberts 

MI : Bridgette Parrott 

Coach's : Megan Barrow 

 

 

Winter- 

MVC : Olivia Kidd

MI : Amari McDonald 

Coach's : Ajah Hill 

 

 

 

Men Track

MVP : Jacob Bouchard 

Coach's : Billy Ricks III

MI : David Hernandez 

 

 

Women Track

MVP : Caitlin Bobbit 

Coach's : Katie Moseley 

MI : Katie Debruhl 

 

 

 

Men Cross Country

MVP - Jacob Bouchard 

Leadership - Hunter Baker 

Coach's - Eric Baird 

 

Women Cross Country

MVP - Catherine MacNichol 

Leadership - Kate Pleasant 

Coach's - Caitlin Bobbitt 

 

 

 

Varsity Baseball - 

MVP - Aaron Jackson 

Leadership - Cameron Salmon 

Most Improved - Peyton Jackson 

Coach's - Caleb Johnson 

 

 

 

Men Tennis

MVP - Peyton Clapton 

Coach's - Jack Neville 

MI - Kenny Odom 

 

 

Women Tennis

MVP - Abby Mederos 

Coach's - Kristen Pampilo 

MIP - Shane Wangit 

 

 

 

Volleyball - 

MVP - Camden Bierbauer 

Best DEF - Kelsey Bierbauer

Best OFF - Ellen Gowen 

Coach's Award - Amy Fromal 

 

 

 

Women Golf

MVP- Maci Beaver 

Coach's - Lindsay Holt 

M IMP- Emily Valliere

 

Men Golf

MVP - Thomas Merritt 

Coach's - Chase Johnson 

MI - Nathan Wilson 

 

 

 

Wrestling - 

MVP - Antonio Lawerence 

Coach's - Nathan Dixon 

MI - Jeremy Clemmons 

 

 

 

First Respond - Brisia Aparicio 

 

 

 

Swimming:

Women's 

MVP - Amy Fromal

Coach's - Abby Acree

Most Improved - Cailyn Jackson 

 

Men's 

MVP - A.J. Hoscila

Coach - Hunter Hargrave 

Most Improved - Nick King

 

 

 

Football - 

 Co-MVP : DaRaj Watson , Jack Neville 

                  Coach -  Tyrell Govan 

                      MI -   Kahtrell Tillery 

                 Best Line - Jonathan Harvey

 

 

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