Congratulations to the 2022 Coaches’ Award Recipients

John O’Neill, director of athletics
June 9, 2022

2022 Sports Achievers – Eliza Kuechle and Bernie Mattox

The Coaches’ Award recognizes the two eighth grade student-athletes who best embody the Belmont Day School values through athletics.

Recipients of this award value HONESTY on the playing fields by following the rules of the game. They demonstrate CARING by participating unselfishly with a focus on teamwork. They embody JOY through their positive attitude and cheerful nature in both practices and games. They value RESPONSIBILITY by always being prepared and committed to their teams. In encounters with teammates, coaches, and officials, they demonstrate RESPECT and play the game with integrity and sportsmanship. Above all, they value EXCELLENCE in athletics by consistently putting forth their best efforts and leading by example.

Congratulations, Eliza and Bernie! The core values are alive and well within our program and the two of you have been great ambassadors of our mission during your time in middle school.

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