Twin Vally High hands out winter awards
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Twin Valley senior girls’ basketball players Abbi Molner, Lexi Reinertson, and manager Whitney Murdock were recognized along with their families during a ceremony before the team’s final home game last month.
Twin Valley senior girls’ basketball players Abbi Molner, Lexi Reinertson, and manager Whitney Murdock were recognized along with their families during a ceremony before the team’s final home game last month.
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WILMINGTON- Twin Valley High school Sports Awards:

All MVL First Team Basketball: Colin Lozito, Dal Nesbitt, and Abbi Molner

VBCA Senior Classic: Abbi Molner and Lexi Reinertson.

Varsity Boys; basketball, coach Chris Brown: Unsung Hero, Eli Park, MVP; Colin Lozito, Top Offensive, Dal Nesbitt.

Varsity Girls basketball, coach Buddy Hayford: Top Rebounder, Hannah Swanson; Top Defender, Sammy Cunningham-Darrah; Most Improved, Colton Butler; Top Free Throws, Abbi Molner.

Girls JV basketball, coach Chris Walling: Defensive, Natalie Herrick; Most Improved, Erica Flanagan; Coach's, Christiana Strysko.

Boys JV basketball, coach James Anderson: Rookie of the Year, Justin Hicks; Coach's, Conall Sullivan.

Snowboarding, coach John Keegan; Top Rider, Tony Tarr; Most Improved, Cassie Bratton.
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