Twin Valley basketball awards
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Seniors on the Twin Valley girls’ varsity basketball team were honored before their final regular-season home game last month.  Seniors Tayler Courchesne, Leah Putnam, and Tatyana Bowman  and their families took center court for the recognition.
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WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley Middle High School varsity and junior varsity athletes were recognized for their winter sports accomplishments at an awards ceremony held Monday, March 19.

Boys’ varsity basketball players Dylan Howe and Logan Park were named to the All-Marble Valley League first team. Jack McHale was named to the All-MVL second team.

Girls’ varsity basketball player Tayler Courchesne was named to the All-MVL second team.

Park and Courchesne were selected to play in the Vermont Basketball Coaches Association senior all-star Division 3-4 boys’ and girls’ games, to be held at Windsor High School on Saturday, March 24. The girls’ game starts at 11 am and the boys’ game at 1 pm.

Twin Valley athletic department awards were as follows:

Snowboarding: Most Valuable Rider, Allen Cole.

Boys’ varsity basketball: Coaches Award, Josh Carpenter O’Hearn; Hustle “Get Dirty” Award, Logan Park.

Girls’ varsity basketball: Top Defensive, Tatyanna Bowman; Sportsmanship, Tayler Courchesne; Top Newcomer, Sadie Boyd.

Girls’ JV basketball: Coaches Award, Caitlin Sullivan; Wildcat Award, Jessie Lazelle.

Boys’ JV basketball: Sportsmanship, Finn Fisher; Most Improved, Aaron Soskin; Coaches Award, Owen Grinold.
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