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2009-05-28 / School

Athletic Awards LHS 2009

Photos by Christy Mann-Iiames

The Eagle MVPs pictured in the front row, l-r: Aaron Berry (Cross Country),Keldon Wren (Coaches Pride), Clint Hutson (Overall MVP), Lamar Holmes (Powerlifting). In the back row, l-r: Titus Clark (Track), Ben Spencer (Tennis, Basketball) , Austin Catchings (Baseball), Quade Haney (Baseball), Jeff Marburger (Golf), Chase Dube (Football). The Eagle MVPs pictured in the front row, l-r: Aaron Berry (Cross Country),Keldon Wren (Coaches Pride), Clint Hutson (Overall MVP), Lamar Holmes (Powerlifting). In the back row, l-r: Titus Clark (Track), Ben Spencer (Tennis, Basketball) , Austin Catchings (Baseball), Quade Haney (Baseball), Jeff Marburger (Golf), Chase Dube (Football). On Monday, May 18, 2009 Lexington High School coaches awarded Most Valuable Player plaques to at least one deserving athlete in each sport. In addition, all the athletes were recognized from the newest JV player to the Seniors who finished their high school sports career. Parents and students were served a fajita dinner catered by Granny's Restaurant.

Head Coach Jason Holcomb gave special thanks to the Lexington Athletic Association, LHS Administrators, School Board members, the Ball & Diamond club, Curtis Patschke and all the coaches' families.

The football coaches also thanked all the people who helped during the season including: the lunchroom staff, Robert Johnson, Mike and Mickey Organ, Martin Schubert and Leif Hasskarl, the chain crew and the volunteers who pulled the trailers.

Most of the Female MVPs gathered for a photograph at the conclusion of the award banquet. Pictured here are Lady Eagles (l-r): Ashton Johnston (Coaches Pride and Cross Country), Lauren Johnston (Cross Country), Hillary Salazar (Cross Country), Rebecca Flores (Cross Country), Courtney Cliffod (Track and Cross Country), Ally Abshire (Volleyball, Basketbaqll, Tennis, Overall MVP), Chancey Moffett (Golf). Most of the Female MVPs gathered for a photograph at the conclusion of the award banquet. Pictured here are Lady Eagles (l-r): Ashton Johnston (Coaches Pride and Cross Country), Lauren Johnston (Cross Country), Hillary Salazar (Cross Country), Rebecca Flores (Cross Country), Courtney Cliffod (Track and Cross Country), Ally Abshire (Volleyball, Basketbaqll, Tennis, Overall MVP), Chancey Moffett (Golf). Because the Softball team was still in the playoffs, the coaches decided not to choose an MVP until the end of their season. All other MVPs are listed below.

Cross Country Boys MVP Aaron Berry

Cross Country Girls MVP Lexington Girls Cross Country Team: Ashton Johnston, Rachel Clark, Hillary Salazar, Courtney Clifford, Nicole Koch, Lauren Johnston, Rebecca Flores
Volleyball MVP Ally Abshire
Football MVP Chase Dube
Basketball Girls MVP Ally Abshire
Basketball Boys MVP Ben Spencer
Power lifting MVP Lamar Holmes
Golf Girls MVP Chancey Moffett
Golf Boys MVP Jeff Marburger
Tennis Girls MVP Ally Abshire
Tennis Boys MVP Ben Spencer
Baseball MVP Austin Catchings & Quade Haney
Softball MVP TBD
Track Girls MVP Courtney Jackson
Track Boys MVP Titus Clark
Coaches Pride Girl Ashton Johnston
Coaches Pride Boy Keldon Wren
Overall 2008-2009 MVP Girl Ally Abshire
Overall 2008-2009 MVP Boy Clint Hutson
The entire Lexington Girls Team was presented the MVP award for Cross Country. Pictured here are Rachel Clark, Rebecca Flores, Ashton Johnston, Lauren Johnston and Hillary Salazar. (Not pictured: Nicole Koch and Courtney Cliffod.) The entire Lexington Girls Team was presented the MVP award for Cross Country. Pictured here are Rachel Clark, Rebecca Flores, Ashton Johnston, Lauren Johnston and Hillary Salazar. (Not pictured: Nicole Koch and Courtney Cliffod.)

Overall MVPs for 2008-2009 were Ally Abshire (girl) and Clint Hutson (boy). Overall MVPs for 2008-2009 were Ally Abshire (girl) and Clint Hutson (boy). The Coaches Pride Award is given to one girl and one boy each year. These students are chosen not only for their athletic ability, but also for their leadership skills and team spirit. Pictured are Ashton Johnston and Keldon Wren. The Coaches Pride Award is given to one girl and one boy each year. These students are chosen not only for their athletic ability, but also for their leadership skills and team spirit. Pictured are Ashton Johnston and Keldon Wren.

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