Freeport honors top fall athletes

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Freeport’s fall sports teams did some memorable things and each team honored top athletes at the school’s recent Fall Athletic Awards night.

Football reached the playoffs for the first time in 2011. Luke LaMagna was named the team’s top offensive player. Chris Farley was honored as the best defensive player. James Purdy was given the Boosters’ Pride and Character award.

The junior varsity squad gave its Booster’s Pride and Character award to Adam Brobst. Jacob Farmer and Sam Wogan earned Athletic Excellence awards.

The boys’ soccer team made it to the postseason and won a preliminary round contest. Jack Dawe and Landon Easler both earned Coaches’ award. Alex Campbell won the Boosters’ Pride and Character award.

The JV team’s Booster’s Pride and Character award went to Gage Golding. Nick Nelsonwood and Brendan Qualls earned Athletic Excellence awards.

The first team gave its Boosters’ Pride and Character award to Mike Harrison. Blake Enrico and Parker Masison earned Athletic Excellence awards.

The girls’ squad also got to the playoffs and won a game. Coaches’ awards were bestowed on Jess Hench and Naomi Otis. Alex Mitch won the Boosters’ Pride and Character award.

The JV team gave its Boosters’ Pride and Character award to Lindsay Wold. Abby Latulippe and Alyssa Richardson won Athletic Excellence awards.

The first team’s Boosters’ Pride and Character award was won by Kaitlin Johnson. Hannah Morrissey and Margo Ruby won Athletic Excellence awards.

Field hockey had a solid season and reached the postseason. Kayla Thurlow was selected the team’s Most Valuable Player. Tallie Martin was named Most Improved Player. Jenny Breau won the Boosters’ Pride and Character award.

The JV team’s Boosters’ Pride and Character award winner was Taylor Schenker. Audrey Balzer and Rebecca Harrison won Athletic Excellence awards.

Both cross country teams continued the school’s recent run of excellence.

The boys’ Golden Arrow award went to Nick Sweet. Taylor Saucier won the Winged Shoe award. Victor Skorapa took home the Boosters’ Pride and Character award.

On the girls’ side, the Golden Arrow award went to Hayley Steckler. Nina Davenport won the Winged Shoe award. Bethanie Knighton took home the Boosters’ Pride and Character award.

The Coach’s award for the golf team went to Jonathan Mervine. Clayton Morrison was named Most Improved. Nick Tardiff was the recipient of the Boosters’ Pride and Character award.

Varsity cheer’s Leadership award went to Ally Aspinall. Danielle Morency was named MVP.

Freeport Middle Schoolers were also honored.

Athletic Excellence awards went to the following:

• 7th grade boys’ soccer Emmit Smith and Wilson Moore
• 8th grade boys’ soccer Quinton Libsack and Addison Vosmos
• 7th grade girls’ soccer Emily Francis and Olivia Greuel
• 8th grade girls’ soccer Caleigh Bretton and Courtney Broderick
• 7th grade field hockey Chloe Davidson and Angel Hood
• 8th grade field hockey Sarah Cartmell and Lexi Peacock
• Boys’ cross country Max Coffin
• Girls’ cross country Rachel MaCormack
• Football Brian Lee and Jacob Todd

Boosters’ Pride and Character awards were given to the following:

• 7th grade boys’ soccer Perrin Davidson
• 8th grade boys’ soccer Caleb Rice
• 7th grade girls’ soccer Emily Sawicki
• 8th grade girls’ soccer Chloe Hight
• 7th grade field hockey Lauren Schenker
• 8th grade field hockey Juju Tardif
• Cross country Erik Brobst
• Football Brady LaFrance

Sports Editor Michael Hoffer can be reached at mhoffer@theforecaster.net. Follow him on Twitter: @foresports.

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Junior quarterback James Purdy was given an award for his football performance at the recent Freeport Fall Sports Awards Night.

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Sports Editor of The Forecaster since 2001. Find detailed game stories at theforecaster.net. I tweet prodigiously at @foresports.