Wrapping up season with fall soccer awards
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Seniors on the Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team were honored before their final regular season home game. From left, Jordyn Bolognani, Tatyana Bowman, Tayler Courchesne, and Callie Dix.
Seniors on the Twin Valley girls’ varsity soccer team were honored before their final regular season home game. From left, Jordyn Bolognani, Tatyana Bowman, Tayler Courchesne, and Callie Dix.
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WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley Middle High School handed out its fall soccer team awards earlier this month. Those recognized are listed below:

Boys’ junior varsity

Best offensive: Finn Fisher

Best defensive: Allen Cole

Most improved: Yeongjun Yoo

Boys’ varsity

Top newcomer: Colin McHale

Defensive player of the year: Izaak Park

Most improved: Josh Carpenter-O’Hearn

Offensive player of the year: Jack McHale

Top performer: Logan Park

All Opponents Marble Valley League

First team: James McGovern, Dylan Howe, Logan Park, and Jack McHale

Second Team: Gunnar Nilsen, Colin McHale, Izaak Park, and Josh Carpenter-O’Hearn

All State: Jack McHale, Logan Park, and James McGovern

Girls’ Varsity

Coaches award: Tayler Courchesne

Golden boot: Tatyanna Bowman

Rookie of the year: Sadie Boyd

Most improved: Olivia Genella

All Opponents Marble Valley League

First team: Tatyanna Bowman

Second team: Callie Dix

All State: Tatyanna Bowman
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