May 23, 2002
Athletic Banquet Honors Participants In Winter, Spring Sporting ActivitiesThe Scotland County R-I High School and Junior High Sports Award Banquet was held May 15 in the SCR-I high school gymnasium.
Meagan Fromm and Aarron Holt were presented the National Federation of High School Associations citizenship awards by principal Connie Courtney at the May 15 Sports Awards banquet held at Scotland County R-I High School.
Terri Bulen introduced the junior high cheerleaders. The team was made up by Julie Eggleston, Monica Schmitz, Michelle Lodewegen, Lynette Green, Kelly Cochenour, Hannah Kiddoo, Brittany Newcomer, Ausha Crow and Jennifer Briggs.
Gary Hunziker presented his seventh and eighth grade girls basketball teams with t-shirts following their successful seasons.
Seventh grade players were Sharail Barton, Laura Duley, Lauren Grogan, PJ Brown, Julie Triplett, Angela Graham, Lora Elder, Jessica Hayes, Trisha Harvey and Kelsey Caldwell.
The eighth grade players were Ali Fromm, Brittney Courtright, Anna Johnson, Delayna Bondurant, Crystal Cotton, Jamie Fuller, Angie Bulen and Ashley Frederick. Nicole Kerkmann was the team's manager.
Jaryt Hunziker was next on the list with his seventh grade boys basketball team. He announced the following players: Bryce Blomme, Grant Blomme, Colby Brown, Chris Chabert, Andy Cowell, Chris Holt, Zach McBee, Gary Perrilles, Mikel Shaffer, Marcus Shalley, Matt Wickert and managers Lance Smith and Kolby Peterson.
The eighth grade boys team was announced by coach Nathan Pippert. Players on the team were Brandon Alexander, Jessie Mattingly, Kyle Lister, Chad Trueblood, Logan Buckallew, Kaleb Reese, Kyle Hoskinson, Josh Blake, Casey Parrish, Cody Ward and managers Jeff Long and Jeremy Hinds.
Josh Smith presented the freshman girls basketball team. He announced the following players: Katie Schneider, Becky Miller, Valerie Crawford, Kayla Ebeling, Ashley Ellison, Leslie Duley, Jacqui Drummond, Megan Walker and Rebecca Consbrock.
The freshman boys basketball list was a little shorter, as coach Jason Jones listed his roster. Players included Andy Graham, Greg Neagle, Sean Woods, Lance Norton, Jared Shelley, Toren Skinner, Carl Wittstock, Drew Holt and manager Brittney Courtright.
Smith returned to the podium to recognize the girls junior varsity basketball team which consisted of Consbrock, Walker, Schneider, Drummond, Kim Bair, Duley, Ellison, Ebeling, Brandi Mallett, Jennifer Crawford, V. Crawford, Katie Kittle, Jenna Shalley, Elizabeth Monroe, Becky Miller and manager Latitia Sherman.
Coach Jaryt Hunziker made his second appearance of the night to honor the junior varsity boys basketball team. He called the following players forward to be recognized: Andrew Bulen, Clint Cottrell, Jason Findling, Graham, Cody Holt, Neagle, Nick Oldham, Danny Roach, Shelley, Skinner, Wittstock, Woods and manager Sara Eggleston.
The three varsity winter sports teams were next on the agenda. Sponsor Andrea Brassfield started the presentation announcing the varsity cheerleaders. The team consisted of Andrea Shaffer - captain, Danielle Shelley, Margaret Drummond, Ladica Wittstock, Anna Dochterman, Erin Morgan and Amy Morgan as Spike, Brandi Blakeburn, Laura Raymond, Lacey Williams, Shana Reese and Corolla Voss.
Andrea Dabney was next with the varsity girls basketball team. Team members were Meagan Fromm and Brenna Cook, co-captains, Consbrock, Jessie Cotton, Sara Norton, Amy Blomme, Kittle, J. Crawford, V. Crawford, and manager Jenna Dial.
Norton was honored as Miss Tiger Basketball. Fromm was recognized as the team's scoring, rebounds and assists leader for the season while Cotton took top honors as the team's steals leader. Cotton and Norton received honorable mention all-conference. Fromm was the conference MVP, first team all-district and second team all-state. Fromm and V. Crawford were named the team's academic all-stars with 11.0 grade points.
Marc Colvin presented the boys varisty hoops squad. Team members were Aaron Dale, Aarron Holt, Kirk Stott, Jake Fogle, Robbie Miller, Michael Lodewegen, Chase Moore, Brad Holt, Tim Buford, Cottrell and Jason Glass. Managers were Andrea Kirkpatrick and Amy Duley and Brian Harvey was the audio-visual technician.
Dale was recognized as the team's rebounding leader while Moore won the scoring title.
Spring sports were next on the agenda for the night starting with junior high track.
Chris Dunham recognized the girls team which consisted of Ali Fromm, Ashley Frederick, Jamie Fuller, Kelly Cochenour, Trisha Harvey, Laura Duley, Nicole Kerkmann, Brittney Courtright, Anna Johnson - manager, Crystal Cotton, Monica Schmitz, Brittany Newcomer - manager, Ausha Crow, Kelsey Caldwell, Hannah Kiddoo, Jacqui Brush, Angela Graham, Jessica Hayes, Esther Nichols, Brandi Kapfer, Lauren Grogan and Delayna Bondurant.
Fromm was recognized for breaking the school record in the 400-meter dash. She also holds the record for the event at the Putnam County Relays.
The junior high boys also had a record breaking performance as Jeremy Hinds set the SCR-I record in the 100-meter dash at 11.9 seconds. He was announced by coach Jaryt Hunziker along with teammates Bryce Blomme, Grant Blomme, Colby Brown, Chris Chabert, Chris Holt, Jason Ketchum, Jeff Long, Jesse Mattingly, Zach McBee, Casey Parrish, Gary Perrilles, Kolby Peterson, Kaleb Reese, Mikel Shaffer, Brett Sagerty, Marcus Shalley, Matt Wickert, Justin Williams and managers Aaron Eldridge and Lathan Watson.
Josh Smith presented the varsity girls track team. Amy Morgan was recognized as the top points earner for the squad. Other team members were Sara Norton, Amy Blomme, Mandi Bulen, Rebecca Consbrock, Jessie Cotton, Sara Eggleston, Christine Kirchner, Erin Morgan, Valerie Crawford Megan Walker, and managers Ladica Wittstock and Sara Melton.
Marc Colvin presented the varsity boys track team. The team consisted of Carl Wittstock, Travis Onken, Aaron Cline, Jason Findling, Aarron Holt, Tim Buford, Kiel Fogle, Tim Robinson, Danny Roach, Jason Glass, Clint Cottrell, Cody Holt, Don Hurley, Brett Masden, Brian Harvey, Brad Wood, David Hillyer, Jon Keller, Joel Myers, Greg Neagle, Lance Norton, and managers Ladica Wittstock and Anthony Miller.
Glass, Cody Holt and Masden earned all-conference honors. Masden qualified for state in the shot put. Glass went to state in the discus and the SCR-I 4x800 relay team of Cottrell, C. Holt, Roach and Fogle went to Jefferson City as well.
The varsity and junior varsity golf teams were announced by coach Dave Shalley. Varsity team members were Andy Boyer, Chase Moore, Brian Dial, Josh McBee, Corvin Drummond, Vince Rockhold, Josh Marlowe and Brock Meeks. Moore was named first team all-conference after finishing with the team's best scoring average. Boyer earned second team all-conference honors.
Junior varsity letter winners were Ryan Hinds, Nick Oldham and Micheal Monroe.
Coach Shalley also awarded the three sports awards for the high school and junior high.
Junior high award winners were Grant Blomme, Colby Brown, Chris Chabert, Chris Holt, Zach McBee, Casey Parrish, Gary Perrilles, Kaleb Reese, Brett Sagerty, Marcus Shalley, Matt Wickert, Delayna Bondurant, Angie Bulen, Crystal Cotton, Brittney Courtright, Ali Fromm, Jamie Fuller, Lauren Grogan and Hannah Kiddoo.
High school three sports award winners were Tim Buford, Clint Cottrell, Jason Glass, Aarron Holt, Greg Neagle, Danny Roach, Carl Wittstock, Chase Moore, Andrew Bulen, Amy Blomme, Rebecca Consbrock, Jessie Cotton, Valerie Crawford and Sara Norton.
Special weight lifting awards were given to students with high attendance records in the weight room during the off season. Award winners were Loren Billington, Bryce Blomme, Grant Blomme, Colby Brown, Chris Chabert, Andy Cowell, Zack Dale, Casey Parrish, Gary Perrilles, Kolby Peterson, Marcus Shalley, Matt Wickert, Jeremy Hinds, Jeff Long, Joe Talbert, Tim Robinson, Andrew Bulen, Aaron Cline, Brenna Cook, Eric Long and Vince Rockhold.