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May 13, 2014

BC Athletic Banquet hands out awards

BRIDGE CITY — Bridge City High School honored its athletes for the 2013-14 school year on Monday night.

The Male Athlete of the Year was Malcolm Busby while the Female Athlete of the Year was Kelsey Fults. Hunter Uzzle got the Male Cardinal Heart Award and Destiny Ewing won the Female Heart Award.

In volleyball, Alexus Henry was named Most Valuable Player. Jessi Glover was named best offensive player. Caylin Choate was named best defensive player and Gabby Smith was honored with the heart and desire award.

Alex Bingham was named MVP in boys basketball with Byron Bacon getting the Cardinal Pride honor.

Henry was the MVP for girls basketball. Fults earned offensive MVP. Kasey Frederick was defensive MVP and Caylin Choate got the team leader award.

In boys cross country, Conner Wilbur and Brent Lebleu were Co-MVPs. In girls cross country, Katelyn Potter was MVP and Jessica Koopman won most improved.

In football, Chase Shugart was named offensive MVP and Jordan Boudreaux was defensive MVP.

In boys golf, Skylar Petroski was the outstanding golfer while Alisha Smith won on the girls side.

In girls track, Henry was the MVP. Kati Thornton won the desire, determination and dedication award while Koopman was named most improved.

Busby was the MVP in boys track.

In tennis, Cody Nguyen was boys MVP and Ciera Mires was girls MVP. Christian Mires was named hardest worker and Erik Harvey was named most improved.

In softball, Frederick was named MVP. Fults was the offensive MVP and Kellyn Cormier was the defensive MVP.

In girls soccer, Gabby Smith was MVP. Claudia Williams was offensive MVP. Chelsea Tyner was defensive MVP. Samantha Holland was newcomer of the year and Ewing got the heart and hustle award.

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