The Athletic Association and Athletic Department, together with the Parents’ Association, hosted a wonderful Winter Sports Awards ceremony Monday morning to celebrate Foxcroft’s teams and accomplishments. Athletic Association senior heads Lilly R. and Amelia F. and junior assistant heads Molly C., Lucy M., Winley T., and Olivia W. emceed the event. After the ceremony, students were treated to tasty donuts organized by Parents’ Association Athletic Coordinators Laura Carpenter (Caroline ’24) and Erin Hershey (London ’23).
During the program, members of the competitive rock climbing and basketball teams were presented with certificates, varsity athletes got their letters, individual awards were presented, and each coach said a few words about their team’s season. Riding also awarded a unique seasonal prize.
A complete list of honors follows. Thank you to everyone who made the event a success, especially Athletic Director Michelle Woodruff and Assistant Athletic Director Peachie Robinson.
COMPETITIVE ROCK CLIMBING (Coach: Josie Ross) Most Valuable Climbers: Nia D. ’22 and Erica J. ’22 Rookie of the Year: Rynn C. ’24
JV BASKETBALL (Coach: Rudolph Allen) Most Valuable Players: Fania M. ’23 and Margaret P. ’25 Coach's Award: Madi W. ’25 Most Improved Player: Inés L. ’23
VARSITY BASKETBALL (Coaches: Peachie Robinson and Allittaeh Robinson) Most Improved Player: Remy P. ’22 Leadership: Lucy M. ’23 Best Defensive Player: Flora W. ’25 Best Offensive Player: Elizabeth S. ’22
RIDING (Instructors: Kate Worsham, Kendall Bear, Allie Pelz) Coaches Award: Grace P. ’24
Congratulations to all of our athletes on a fine season!
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