Athletics News, June 11, 2021

John O’Neill, Director of Athletics
June 11, 2021

Thank you, eighth graders!

On Thursday, we celebrated our eighth graders at the Athletics Banquet. Every student was individually recognized for their athletic accomplishments and athletes even returned the favor with a “Thank You” tribute of their own. As with most everything this year, the event was modified from its original format and only included our eighth graders in attendance with families and other community members joining via Zoom. Despite only competing inter-scholastically for five of their nine middle school seasons, this group of athletes left their mark on the program and have cemented their legacy in its history.

Congratulations to the 2021 Coaches’ Award recipients—Margot Klug and Isaac Frehywot!

Thank you for everything you gave to the program, Class of 2021, and best of luck with all of your future athletic endeavors.

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