11th Annual Middle Level Sportsmanship Champions Awards and Luncheon

The 11th Annual Middle-Level Sportsmanship Champions Awards and Luncheon was held at Central Services Facility on April 25, 2019.

Each year one 7th-grade female student, one 7th-grade male student, and one coach from each Middle-Level school are nominated for this award. The recipients are honored with a certificate of appreciation and a lunch in their honor

The students exemplify outstanding sportsmanship by participating in academic activities and athletic sports, and by being leaders in the classroom throughout the 2018-19 school year. The students delivered a short presentation on what sports they play, what good sportsmanship means to them, and provided a good sportsmanship quote which will be written on their respective posters that will hang in their schools.

The coaches reiterated the thoughts of their students and commended them on their achievements. They spoke highly of the student recipients and their academic ability and applauded them on their leadership skills.

The Middle-Level Athletics & Activities Facilitators attended along with several parents and family members of the recipients.

CASPER CLASSICAL ACADEMY – RICK ROBINSON, ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FACILITATOR

Brooklyn Brooks, “Sportsmanship is the most important aspect of the game.”

Coach Jason Alder

Jaromiah Taylor, “Sportsmanship is competing to the best of your ability and respecting your opponents.”

 

CENTENNIAL – CHERI NEIBAUER, ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FACILITATOR

Eric Whitley, “Be strong when you are weak, brave when you are scared, and humble when you are victorious.” ~ Kobe Bryant

Coach Cheri Grutkowski

Brooklyn Seago, “Today I will do what others won’t so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can’t.” ~ Jerry Rice

 

 

CY – SUSAN RODABAUGH, ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FACILITATOR

Coach Grant Sybrant

Haley Dibble, “It’s not about being the best, it’s about being better than you were yesterday.”

Colten Jardine, “You are never really playing an opponent, you are playing yourself.” ~ Arthur Ashe

 

 

DEAN MORGAN – DYLAN YENTES, ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FACILITATOR

Trig Berens, “Sportsmanship goes beyond who you are as an athlete and speaks to who you are as a person.”

Coach Kayla Wilcox

Cammryn Vance, “To me, sportsmanship is being a leader both on the court and off of it.”

 

 

MIDWEST – MICHAEL GIBSON, ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FACILITATOR

Coach Lyndi Liston

Noah Osterman, “It’s not about winning or losing, it’s about getting back up after a loss and knowing there is always room for improvement after a win.”

Ryann Palmer, “Win as if you were used to it, lose as if you enjoyed it for a change.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

We congratulate the students and coaches for being chosen the Sportsmanship Champion from their respective schools and look forward to their promoting and encouraging good sportsmanship in the years to come.

 
 

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