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Newfound hands out fall sports awards


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by Joshua Spaulding
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Sports Editor - Salmon Press Newspapers
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December 02, 2020
BRISTOL — Newfound Regional High School officially put a bow on the fall sports season the week before Thanksgiving, handing out awards for the cross country, soccer, football, field hockey and volleyball teams.

For the boys' cross country team, Joe Sullivan was presented the Independence Award while Connor Downes was presented the Growth Award and Jeffrey Huckins received the Respect Award. The Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award was presented to Romeo Dokus and Hunter Pease received the NHIAA sportsmanship award.

Sarah Buchanan and Gretchen McGowan both were presented with the Perseverance Award and Chloe Jenness was presented with the Growth Award for the girls' cross country team. Julia Huckins received the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award and Sadira Dukette was presented the NHIAA Sportsmanship award.

For the Bear field hockey team, Maggie Bednaz was presented the Unsung Hero Award and Cassie Zick was presented the Coach's Award. Alyssa McDonough was presented with the "Stick"-To-Itiveness Award. Most Outstanding Offensive Player went to Tiffany Doan, Teamate of the Year went to MacKenzie Bohlmann and Haley Dukette received the Field Hockey "Ball" Award. Doan was presented the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award, Bohlmann was presented the NHIAA Sportsmanship award and Sofia Wucher received the JV Sportsmanship award.

Mark Pagani was presented the Most Improved Defense award for the football team, Malaki Ingram received the Most Versatile Award, Logan Haskell was named Most Improved Offense, Sam Sanborn received the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award and Brady MacLean received the NHIAA Sportsmanship award.

For the boys' soccer team, Matt Karkheck received the Character Award, Adrian Ehmann was presented the Toughness Award, Hayden Reynolds received the Teamwork Award, Tyler MacLean was given the Ubuntu Award, Garrett King received the Leadership Award, Gavin Brooks was given the Competitive Spirit Award, MacLean received the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award, Karkheck received the NHIAA Sportsmanship award for the varsity team and Luke Wade was presented the sportsmanship award for the JV team.

For the inaugural varsity season for the girls' soccer team, Alexia Bassett was named Defensive Player of the Year, Bibi McConologue was named Varsity Scoring Leader, Ryleanna Barney received the Standout Freshman Award, Autumn Braley was presented with the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete, Abby Bauer received the NHIAA Sportsmanship award for the varsity team and Hannah Bassett received the JV sportsmanship award.

Bailey Fairbank, Paulina Huckins and Malina Bohlmann all received the "Killing it on the Court" Award for the volleyball team. Mikayla Ulwick received the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award, Emalie Ruiter received the NHIAA Sportsmanship award for the varsity team and Danielle Walker received the sportsmanship award for the JV team.

Dan Salzer was presented with the Cathy Lever Athletic Director's Award.

Sports Editor Joshua Spaulding can be reached at 279-4516, ext. 155 or josh@salmonpress.news.

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