Hawks News · 2018-2019 HHS Winter Sports: Awards and Honors


Congratulations to the following students for being selected by their coaches for these awards:

Girls Basketball (varsity):

Most Improved Player: Emily Mott

HAWK Awards: Julia Mardigian, Madison Miller

Girls Basketball (junior varsity):

Most Improved Player: Ashley Lawrence

HAWK Award: Catherine Campbell

Boys Indoor Track and Field:

Most Valuable Field Performer: Joey Badalamenti

Most Valuable Track Athlete: Cole Myers

HAWK Award: Khaliq McQueen

Girls Indoor Track and Field: 

Most Valuable Field Performer: Jordan Harvey

Most Valuable Track Athlete: Makenzie Joiner

HAWK Award: Kayvon Bagby

Gymnastics:

Hardest Worker: Elva Wilson

Attendance: Ella Saunders

Most Enthusiastic: Sophie Vota

Boys Swimming:

HAWK Award: Bobby Culley

Most Valuable: Jack Hufner

Hardest Worker: Nicholas Ligday

Girls Swimming:

HAWK Award: Madeline Atkinson

Most Valuable: Natalie Culley

Hardest Worker: Meghan Powers

Wrestling: 

Most Outstanding Wrestler: Josh Epperly

Most Improved: Jeremiah Hunsaker

HAWK Award: Jordan Smith

Boys Basketball:

9th Grade

 Hawk Award – Cameron Bates

Hustle Award – Marcus VanAlstine

MVP – Ben Chadwick

Junior Varsity:

MVP – Chase Husted

Offensive Player – Charlie Rohr

Hustle and Heart – Ethan Samarge

 Varsity:

 Hawk Award – Cole Wallace

Offensive Player of the Year – DJ Sims

MVP – Will Fahed

Four Year Varsity Players:

Madeline Atkinson – Girls Swimming

Jordan Fox – Girls Swimming

Courtney Carroll – Girls Swimming

Claire Grant – Girls Swimming

Reese Tunstall – Boys Swimming

Harrison Wilson – Boys Swimming

Ellen Palya – Girls Basketball

Joey Badalamenti – Boys Track

Tristan Halsey – Wrestling

Jordan Smith – Wrestling

Sideline Cheer Varsity:

Inspire: Charlotte Baldwinn

MVP: Jenna Marshall

HAWK: Hayley Bazala

Sideline Cheer Junior Varsity:

Inspire: Morgan Hudson

MVP: Ariel Lindgren

HAWK: Traci Turpin