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Taking home the top honors for the undefeated, Trans-Valley League champion JV football Cougars were, front row from left, Jordan Gwartney, co-most valuable back; Frank Leal, co-coaches award; Kaden Christensen, co-most valuable back; Jacob Walden, co-coaches award. Back row from left, Nash Satnat, co-most valuable defense; Ethan Krieger, most improved, co-most valuable defense; Cole Gilbert, most valuable lineman; Lucciano Dutra, most inspirational, MVP.



Selected as the award winners for freshman football this season were, front row from left, Bryan Hale, most valuable back; David Camacho, most valuable lineman; Kaidence Trejo, outstanding offensive player. Back row from left, Jonathan Santos, most inspirational; Noah Rast, outstanding defensive player; Wyatt McCune, most improved.



Honored for their contributions to the JV volleyball team this season were, from left, Tess Cosby, most valuable defensive player; Marissa Gonzalez, most inspirational; Alisa Herrera, coaches award; Leila Phillips, most valuable offensive player; Mya Beary, most improved.



Freshmen earning awards for their efforts on the volleyball court this season were, from left, Natalie Cortes, coaches award; Camryn Rodenburg, most valuable defense; Melanie Smith, co-most valuable offense; Julia Casillas, co-most valuable offense; Wailea Espino, most improved.

Times Photos By Marg Jackson