Cyclones Receive Recognitions from SPC

Casady Upper Division student athletes received Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) recognitions and honors following the conclusion of the Fall 2019 competitive season.

Twenty-two Cyclones received accolades for their sportsmanship and performance during the season and post season in Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Boys’ Volleyball, and Girls’ Volleyball.
The athletes recognized by the SPC:
Sam Bass | Cross Country: All North Zone Champion, All SPC  
Lenny Kuehl | Football: All SPC
Peter Berryman | Cross Country: All North ZoneShanta Ramdas | Cross Country: All North Zone
Julia Bohanon | Cross Country: All North ZoneBlake Reynolds | Boys' Volleyball: All North Zone
Caleb Campbell | Football: All SPCLucy Richmond | Field Hockey: All North Zone
Divya Chandrasekaran | Field Hockey: All North ZoneCharlie Robinson | Boys' Volleyball: All SPC
Emma Dahlgren | Field Hockey: All SPCAnnakate Ross | Girls' Volleyball: All North Zone 
Sydney Geiger | Field Hockey: All North ZoneJordyn Turner | Girls' Volleyball: All SPC 
Katherine Hawley | Field Hockey: All North ZoneCruz Uhland | Football: All SPC 
Amy Jarjoura | Cross Country: All North ZoneGrace Utz | Field Hockey: All SPC 
Abbey Kays | Field Hockey: All SPCDylan Vasan | Boys' Volleyball: All SPC 
Rumaish Khastgir | Cross Country: All North ZoneNoah Youmans | Boys' Volleyball: All North Zone 
Casady School’s Field Hockey, Boys’ Volleyball, and Cross Country teams competed at the SPC Championships November 7-9 in Houston. Field Hockey finished tournament play in third place, beating Trinity Valley 1-0 to secure their place in the final standings. Boys’ Volleyball also ended championship play in third place, defeating Greenhill 3-2 in their final match.
Boys’ Cross Country ended the championship meet in 5th place of 17 teams, while Girls’ Cross Country finished 7th place out of 14 teams. Senior Sam Bass finished in second place overall at SPC out of 146 runners, and finished in first place as champion of the North Zone meet the weekend before.
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