Awards and Accolades

2023-24 Athletic Honors and Achievements

OSSAA State Champions

Boys' Cross Country | 3A Regional Champions
Boys' Soccer | 3A Regional Champions
Boys' Swimming | 5A Academic State Champions
Boys' Golf | 3A Academic State Champions

Thomas Rudnicki | Swimming | 50-meter Freestyle Champion
Maddy Lu | Swimming | 100-yard Breaststroke Champion
Helen Olszewski | Track & Field | 100-meter and 200-meter Champion

Team Accolades

Girls' Cross Country | 3A State 3rd Place | Regional Champions
Field Hockey | SPC 3A Runner-Up
Girls' Volleyball | 3A State Semifinalists | Regional Champions
Boys' Basketball | Regional Runner Up | District Champions
Girls Basketball | 3A State District Champions
Boys' Tennis | 4A State Regional Champions
Girls' Tennis | 4A State 3rd Place | Regional Champions
Girls' Track & Field | 3A State 3rd Place
Girls' Soccer | 3A State Runner Up

Individual Accolades

Warner Hayhurst and Thatcher Wallis | Tennis | Runner Up #1 Doubles
Lillian Ross | Tennis | Runner Up #2 Singles
Leela Walia and Ava Sachdev | Tennis | Runner Up #2 Doubles

Awards and Recognitions | Boys

Cross Country
Most Valuable Runner: Ayden Kerr
Most Improved Runner: Ashton Hale

Most Valuable Lineman: Ace Hodges
Most Improved Lineman: Ethan Nedio
Most Valuable Back: Dyson Fay
Most Improved Back: Ethan Hamilton
Fenimore Award: Connor Phelps

Most Valuable Player: Krish Vasan
Most Improved Player: Canon West

Most Valuable Player: Bryson Buckingham
Most Improved Player: Jack Barber

Most Valuable Swimmer: Thomas Rudnicki
Most Improved Swimmer: Mason Northup

Most Valuable Wrestler: Ace Hodges
Most Improved Wrestler: Andrew Fitzpatrick
Shaffer Award: Ryder Walker

Most Valuable Player: Andrew Fitzpatrick
Most Improved Player: Henry Lewis
Highest Batting Average: Max Geib

Most Valuable Golfer: Jack Lee
Most Improved Golfer: Jaxon Childress

Most Valuable Player: Eduardo Parra
Most Improved Player: Jackson Stewart
Mike Nickels Award: Jackson Zielinski

Most Valuable Player: Warner Hayhurst
Most Valuable Player: Thatcher Wallis
Most Improved Player: Ali Rizvi
Most Improved Player: David Ruffin

Track & Field
Most Valuable Player: Sam Rhoades
Most Improved Player: Ethan Nedio

Glenn H. Sears Freshman Sports Award
Max Pierce McAllister

Awards and Recognitions | Girls

Most Valuable Cheerleader: Elle Woodruff
Most Improved Cheerleader: Elle Wallis

Cross Country
Most Valuable Runner: Hope Fahler
Most Improved Runner: Mylanne Miller

Field Hockey
Most Valuable Player: Caroline Naifeh
Most Improved Player: Caroline Anderson

Most Valuable Player: Reagan Prestidge
Most Improved Player: Grace Robey

Most Valuable Player: Amelia Mullen
Most Improved Player: Lilli Henderson

Most Valuable Player: Kate Naifeh
Most Valuable Player: Trinity Boone
Most Improved Player: Caroline Naifeh

Most Valuable Swimmer: Maddy Lu
Most Improved Swimmer: Caroline Olszewski

Most Valuable Golfer: Drue Love
Most Improved Golfer: Emory Hill

Most Valuable Player: Helen Olszewski
Most Valuable Player: Molly Shepherd
Most Improved Player: Edie Tucker

Most Valuable Player: Emilia Mantilla-Ochoa
Most Improved Player: Niva Hapani
Bryan Memorial Award: Lillian Ross

Track & Field
Most Valuable Player: Helen Olszewski
Most Improved Player: Adeline Hanneman

Sophomore Sports Award
Hope Hayley Fahler

Freshman Sports Award
Caroline Jayne Olszewski

Dartmouth Cup

    • Ethan Nedio

Smith College Trophy

    • Caroline Naifeh

C Club Award

    • Thomas Rudnicki

Roy C. Lytle and Joanne Lytle Award

    • Anh Thu Nguyen

OSSAA 3A State Champions

    • Boys' Cross Country

OSSAA 3A State Champions

    • Boys' Soccer

OSSAA 5A State Champion

    • Maddy Lu | Swimming | 100-meter Breaststroke

OSSAA 3A State Champion

    • Helen Olszewski | Track & Field | 100-meter and 200-meter

OSSAA 5A State Champion

    • Thomas Rudnicki | Swimming | 50-meter Freestyle

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