Academics
End of Year Awards

Banquet Awards 2022

Boys' Banquet

Major School Awards
The Vanderbilt University Award: Colin Jones
The Thomas T. Tongue Scholarship: Jack Michael Barber
The Princeton Club of Oklahoma City Award: Eddy Kang
The Yale Club of Western Oklahoma Award: Jackson Chase
The Stephen J. Sokolosky Memorial Award: Jonah Craine
The “C” Club Award: Kyler Scoville 
The Dartmouth Cup: Tucker Jacobsen


Team Awards

Cross Country

Most Valuable Runner: Larry Mathis
Most Improved Runner: Consheng Zheng

Football
Most Valuable Lineman: Bo Naifeh
Most Valuable Lineman: Tucker Jacobsen
Most Improved Lineman: Ethan Nedio
Most Valuable Back: Conner Richards
Most Improved Back: Cole Phillips
Fenimore Award: T.J. Murphy

Volleyball
Most Valuable Player: Kendall Landis
Most Valuable Player: Brock Barrett
Most Improved Player: Zac Dunn

Basketball
Most Valuable Player: Zac Dunn
Most Improved Player: Jack Lee

Soccer
Most Valuable Player: Alex Angeles
Most Improved Player: James Moncho
Mike Nickels Award: Jes Stanfield
Mike Nickels Award: Luis Lopez

Swimming
Most Valuable Swimmer: Ayden Kerr
Most Improved Swimmer: Jack Naifeh

Wrestling
Most Valuable Wrestler: Lawson Jacks
Most Improved Wrestler: Alex Spiropoulos
Shaffer Award: James Coyle

Baseball
Most Valuable Player: Tucker Jacobsen
Most Improved Player: Jack Barber
Highest Batting Average: Tucker Jacobsen

Golf
Most Valuable Player: Ian Wallis
Most Improved Player: Ayan Zubair

Tennis
Most Valuable Player: Eric Tien
Most Improved Player: Milin Kumar

Track & Field
Most Valuable Player: Kyler Scoville
Most Improved Player: Larry Mathis

Special Awards
Glenn H. Sears Freshman Sports Award: Quincy Cole-Stevens, Ayden Kerr
Three Sport Letter Recipients: Quincy Cole-Stevens, James Coyle, Zac Dunn, Braden Gerard, Ashton Hale, Tucker Jacobsen, Ayden Kerr, Jack Morgan, Jack Naifeh, Ethan Nedio
Girls' Banquet

Major School Awards
The Ena Cochran Award: Julia Ungvari, Audrey Haynes, Ria Shah, Rebecca Zewdie, Abby Fakhoury
The Richard A. Marble Award: Eva Scheer
The Thomas T. Tongue Scholarship: Addison Starling
The Margaret Tuck Award: Sophia Stidham
The Frances Nagle Award: Lili Tran
The Margaret Lytle Griner Award: Grace Hua
The Roy C. Lytle and Joanne Lytle Award: Divya Chandrasekaran
The Smith College Trophy: Shanta Ramdas


Team Awards

Cross Country

Most Valuable Runner: Shanta Ramdas
Most Improved Runner: Julia Janknecht

Field Hockey
Most Valuable Player: Riley Dumigan
Most Improved Player: Aria Nanda

Volleyball
Most Valuable Player: Sydney Fleming
Most Improved Player: Alexa Bailey

Basketball
Most Valuable Player: Modesti McConnell
Most Improved Player: Damian Zheng

Soccer
Most Valuable Player: Riley Dumigan
Most Improved Player: Sarah Cate Bass

Swimming
Most Valuable Swimmer: Maddy Lu
Most Improved Swimmer: Addison Sterling

Golf
Most Valuable Player: Caroline Garner
Most Valuable Player: Drue Love
Most Improved Player: Melanie Angeles

Softball
Most Valuable Player: Layne Bergner
Most Improved Player: Sophie Buthion

Tennis
Most Valuable Player: Lili Tran
Most Improved Player: Emilia Mantilla-Ochoa
Bryant Memorial Award: Gabi Vuong

Track & Field
Most Valuable Player: Riley Dumigan
Most Valuable Player: Shanta Ramdas
Most Improved Player: Helen Olszewski

Special Awards
Freshman Sports Award: Helen Olszewski
Sophomore Sports Award: Caroline Naifeh
Three Sport Letter Recipients: Claire Anderson, Sarah Cate Bass, Sophie Buthion, Caroline Currie, Riley Dumigan, Avery Hart, Kate Johnson, Caroline Naifeh, Helen Olszewski, Kyra Patel, Shanta Ramdas, Lili Tran, Anna Ungvari, Sarah Walsh
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