Game Summaries & Headlines.
Our Spring Drive in Senior Night was a huge success and I want to thank Angie Parker and Angie Welch for all of their hard work organizing and the rest of the Booster Club for making it happen. Also a big shout out to Mark & Andrew Wall, Nathan Montini, Canio Costanzo, and Thomas Rickman for PA & technical support, and announcing duties. Thank you to our coaches and anyone else who also made this night special.
Congratulations to the Rudeen Scholarship recipients ($1000 sponsored by ACR Boosters):
Kalyanne Neel--Indoor & Outdoor Track; #1 in Senior class with GPA 4.6875
Townes Ellum-- Cross Country & Indoor Track; #5 in Senior class with GPA 4.6011
Congratulations also to the following:
Malakai Ray--Male Athlete of the Year: Football, Basketball, Track
Peyton Wilkie--Female Athlete of the Year: Volleyball, Softball
Congratulations to the WNC Sports Award Banquet winners:
Addie Porter was the only athlete to win 2 awards: The soccer standout was selected as the Blue Ridge X-Ray Division I Female Athlete Academic Award winner and also the Larry & Jan Schulhof Division I Female in a Major Sports Award. She was the 1st player in school history to be named All-South/All Mid-Atlantic, All-State, and her league's Player of the Year. She had the school record with 35 assists and 23 goals and ranked in the top 5 of senior class with GPA of 4.52.
Jhari Patterson was the Goforth Builders Inc. Division I Male Athlete in a Major Sport. Patterson was named his team's offensive MVP, the conference Offensive Player of the Year and
played in the Shrine Bowl.
Reynolds Football won the McKinney/Nationwide Insurance Division I Male Team in a Major Sport with a 5th straight league title and a streak of being undefeated in conference play since 2014 that has reached 40 games.
**Reynolds has the most finalists (12) and the most winners (4) of all WNC high schools!!