Corinth Holders honors fall standouts

12/27/2013 9:55 AM

12/27/2013 9:57 AM

Corinth Holders’ fall sports teams handed out their fall team awards earlier this month and honored its award winners from the Two Rivers 3A Conference.

The Pirates’ conference championship girls cross country team was honored as well as Arden Vessie – the league’s runner of the year – and Joe Johnston, the conference coach of the year.

Team awards for the girls cross country squad went to Taylor Stevens (Pirate Award), Bryanna Sacca (most improved runner) and Vessie (MVP).

The boys cross country awards went to Bailey Blackwell (MVP), Patrick Myers (most improved runner) and Nick LaCerda (Pirate Award).

Peyton Labonte was the MVP for the girls golf team and Taylor Knott received the coach’s award. Corinth Holders coach Theresa Gale was the Two Rivers 3A Conference’s coach of the year.

The girls tennis team award winners all received most improved/coach’s awards: Megan Dyer, Tayah Hichue and Megan Williamson.

Career awards went to Corinth Holders volleyball standouts Cyarra Pierson, Lindsay Alford and Christi Innocent, who helped lead the Pirates into the second round of the state playoffs for two straight years.

The boys soccer team, which also made it to the second round of the playoffs in its first season of 3A play, handed out coach’s awards to Dominic Eannarino, Kevin Rosales and Jamie Schap.

Nine players earned football awards. Harrison Usher was the coach’s award winner.

Offensive awards went to Brandon Woodard (lineman), Cole Sakowski (back) and Hampton Smith (receiver).

Defensive honors went to Jason Homick (lineman), Kendrick Cobb (lineman), Justin Humble (back) and Butler Collins (linebacker).

Daniel Farmer was presented with the special teams award.

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