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Freeport honors top fall athletes

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Freeport honors top fall athletes

Freeport recently held its Fall Athletic Awards night and honored several athletes.

Football named James Purdy as its Best Offensive Player, while Dan Burke was selected the Best Defensive Player. The Boosters' Pride and Character Awad went to Paul Nixon.

The junior varsity team's Athletic Excellence Awards went to Brady LaFrance and David Schedler. Branden Cass won the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

Boys' soccer's Coach's Awards went to Landon Easler and Parker Matheson. Connor Dietrich won the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

The JV team gave its Athletic Excellence Awards to Blake Enrico and Eric Wentworth, while Matthew Stark won the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

The girls' varsity soccer team gave Coach's Awards to Jocelyn Davee and Aubrey Pennell. Macy Stowell won the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

The JV squad gave Athletic Excellence Awards to Lee Brown and Elizabeth Martin. Kaitlyn Johnson won the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

The girls' soccer first team named Courtney Broderick and Lily Johnston winners of Athletic Excellence Awards and Brooklyn Washburn the recipient of the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

Field hockey's Most Valuable Player was Sydney Ambrose. Dani Foster was named Most Improved Player. Lorin Martens won the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

The JV team gave its Athletic Excellence Award to Hayley Sanborn. Taylor Schenker won the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

Boys' cross country gave its Golden Arrow Award to Eric Brobst. Abrin Berkemeyer won the Winged Shoe Award. Mark Donahue won the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

On the girls' side, the Golden Arrow Award went to Kayla Belanger. Bethany Knighton won the Winged Shoe Award. Lia Wellen was given the Boosters' Pride and Character Award.

Golf's Coach's Award went to Nick Tardif. Jonathan Mervine was named the Most Improved Player. The Boosters' Pride and Character Award was given to Spencer Drake.

Varsity cheering's MVP was Emilee Billings. Grace Bertrand was named Most Improved. The Boosters' Pride and Character Award went to Alisha Nielson.

Freeport Middle Schoolers were given Athletic Excellence and Boosters' Pride and Character Awards. The winners were the following:

Athletic Excellence
7th grade boys' soccer Griffin Agnese and Colby Benway
8th grade boys' soccer Billy Borden and Jay Pier
7th grade girls' soccer Sydney Ranalletti and Taylor Rinaldi
8th grade girls' soccer Emily Frances and Olivia Greuel
7th grade field hockey Nova Ambrose and Lauren Schenker
8th grade field hockey Angel Hood and Meagan Seymour
Boys' cross country Fynn Johnson and Matt Roy
Girls' cross country Hannah Skorapa and Whitney Smith
Football Dominic Casale and Max Doughty

Boosters' Pride and Character Award
7th grade boys' soccer Joe Ashby
8th grade boys' soccer Wilson Moore
7th grade girls' soccer Becca Cameron
8th grade girls' soccer Kelsey Meyer
7th grade field hockey Maya Egan
8th grade field hockey Sarah Cartmell
Boys' cross country Henry Jacques
Football Sean Purdy