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- Cool lineup!
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Gingrich, Moser named top CHS senior athletes
The Cocalico High School Athletic Department recently held its annual Senior Athlete Recognition Night.
Athletes receiving the E. Jerry Brooks Academic/Athletic Medal included: Tabitha Derr, Gina Glass, Jacob Grasser, Daniel Graybill, Kyle Horning, Emily Johnson, Ethan Miller, Carrie Sensenig, Carly Showalter, Lauren Stricker and Jacob Terry. The Fackler/Hower Sportsmanship Medals were awarded to Gina Glass and Casey Kerschner.
Head coaches presented the Most Valuable Player plaques to the following athletes: Baseball – Jacob Terry; Boys’ Basketball – Spencer Moser; Girls’ Basketball – Marissa Gingrich; Bowling – Dan Hassler; Cheerleading – Trisha Gillott; Boys’ Cross Country – Aaron Longstaff; Girls’ Cross Country – Tabitha Derr; Field Hockey – Carrie Sensenig; Football – Jhet Janis; Golf – Ethan Miller; Boys’ Lacrosse – Aaron Longstaff; Girls’ Lacrosse – Katelyn Costanza; Boys’ Soccer – Daniel Graybill; Girls’ Soccer – Nicole Zwiercan; Softball – Sara Young; Boys’ Swimming – Collin Haines; Girls’ Swimming – Susanna Bearinger; Boys’ Tennis – Solomon Thorpe; Girls’ Tennis – Shannon Drexel; Boys’ Track & Field – Jhet Janis; Girls’ Track & Field – Carrie Sensenig; Boys’ Volleyball – Justis Lorah; Girls’ Volleyball – Gina Glass; Wrestling – Hilton Martin.
Various Booster Clubs and Community Organizations presented $9350 in athletic scholarships to the following athletes: Boys’ Basketball – Spencer Moser; Girls’ Basketball – Marissa Gingrich; Field Hockey – Carrie Sensenig; Football – Spencer Moser; Boys’ Lacrosse – Patrick Pettus, Jordan Adams ; Boys’ Soccer – Daniel Graybill, Jacob Grasser; Girls’ Soccer – Nicole Zwiercan, Allison Wilson, Kara Levering, Ashley Zemeski; Softball – Sara Young, Carly Showalter; Swimming – Erin Richwine, Collin Haines; Boys’ Volleyball – Justis Lorah; Girls’ Volleyball – Gina Glass, Lorah Kate Styer, Olivia Tuel, Kayla Young; Wrestling – Hilton Martin; Cocalico Midget Football – Casey Kerschner; Connie Sola Spirit Award – Trisha Gillott; Cocalico Youth Lacrosse – Katelyn Costanza, Courtney Gensemer; Cocalico Youth Soccer – Ashley Zemeski, Jacob Grasser; Cocalico Baseball Organization – Jacob Terry; Cocalico Softball Organization – Lauren Stricker; Dr. Michael P. Szutowicz Scholarship – Jhet Janis.
Marissa Gingrich and Carrie Sensenig were the Cocalico nominations for the Lancaster-Lebanon League A. Landis Brackbill Award.
The 2014 Outstanding Female Athlete is Marissa Gingrich and the 2014 Outstanding Male Athlete is Spencer Moser.
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