Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

May 21, 2012

CCHS track and field teams receive letters, special awards

CROSSVILLE — Before several athletes headed to the Class AAA Track and Field competition at the TSSAA Spring Fling this week at MTSU, CCHS treated the athletes to a cookout at the pavillion next to the Thunderbird Recreation Center at Lake Tansi Sunday afternoon.

Head Coach Ted McCaslin and volunteer assistant coach Louie DeLorenzo presented special awards and letters to the Jet and Lady Jet teams.

Lady Jets receiving letters were Livia Jo Abston (two years), Maggie Bernabei (four years), Selinda Bryant, Rebecca Carter (two years), Brooke Golden (two years), Brandi Green (three years), Taylor Hammons, Jennifer Hedgecoth (two years), Olivia McCoy (four years), Tori Noel (four years), Megan Server (two years), Kassidy Sommer, Brianna Taylor (two years), Sharon Ulloa, Marissa Vincent and Marissa Webb.

Participation awards went to Haylin Etheridge and Hannah Tyring.

All Sub-Section honorees were Maggie Bernabei, Brooke Golden, Jennifer Hedgecoth, Olivia McCoy, Tori Noel, Macy Shuey, Kassidy Sommer, Brianna Taylor, Sharon Ulloa, Marissa Vincent and Marssia Webb.

All Section honorees were Maggie Bernabei, Jennifer Hedgecoth, Tori Noel, Kassiy Sommer and Brianna Taylor.

Jet letter winners were Ryan Bedgood (two years), Steven Hill (three years), Zakk King, Bradley Mathis, J.J. Miller (three years), Chris Pendergrast, Dakota Rucker (two years), Jesse Wendig and Todd Wisor.

Timothy Jackson earned a participation award.

All Sub-Section honorees were Ryan Bedgood, Steven Hill, Bradley Mathis, J.J. Miller, Chris Pendergrast, Dakota Rucker and Daniel Sola.

All-Section honorees were Steven Hill, Bradley Mathis, J.J. Miller, Chris Pendergrast, Dakota Rucker and Daniel Sola.

Maggie Bernabei and Daniel Sola received plaques for having the highest GPAs on the team.

Most Valuable Event winners were Dakota Rucker, Steven Hill and Tori Noel, while Most Improved awards went to Brianna Taylor and Bradley Mathis.

Most Valuable runners were Daniel Sola and Kassidy Sommer.

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