FA’s Winter Sports Awards Assembly Recognizes Student-Athletes

On Tuesday, March 22nd,  Fryeburg Academy celebrated the winter sports season with its annual winter sports awards assembly held in the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. The following student-athletes were recognized for their outstanding performance during the winter 2021-22 season:

All-Academic Team, Seniors with a GPA of 3.2 or higher
Ian Jacobson, Alpine Ski    
Danali Jensen, Alpine Ski    
Ethan Nemeth, Alpine Ski    
Aaron Zakon, Alpine Ski    
Leah Charles, Boys Basketball    
Molly Pratt, Boys Basketball    
Kailyn Canfield, Girls Basketball    
Brooke Emery, Girls Basketball    
Camden Jones, Girls Basketball    
Adriana Mas Soto, Girls Basketball    
Kathryn McIntyre, Girls Basketball    
Shelby Purslow, Girls Basketball    
Emma Rydman, Girls Basketball    
Sebastian Drosa, Indoor Track    
Amanda Howe, Indoor Track    
Joseph Jensen, Indoor Track    
Yungyeong Jung, Indoor Track    
Padric McGrath, Indoor Track    
Sophia Milo, Indoor Track    
Bueri Yoon, Indoor Track    
Alanna Nataluk, Nordic    
Issei Amayak Martirosyan, Wrestling    
Yongseok Yoo, Wrestling    

Three-Star Jackets
Juliette Albert '22
Charles Campbell '22
Adriana Gil Garces '22
Ethan Nemeth '22
Haden Fox '23
Colton McCarthy '23
Peyton McMurtray '23
Samantha Winterbottom '23
Jilyan Byrne '24
Jordan Dutton '24
Greta Grant '24
Maya Mahan '24

All-Conference Team 
Sydney Shaw '24, 3rd Team, Girls' Basketball
Brooke Emery '22, Honorable Mention, Girls' Basketball
Emily Walker '22, Honorable Mention, Girls' Basketball
Alanna Nataluk '22, All-Conference and All-State, Nordic Skiing
William Hallam '22, 3rd Team, Boys' Basketball
Eliza Thorne '23, WMC All-Stars, Alpine
Hogan Bemis '23, WMC All-Stars, Alpine
Bernat Parramon Tarres '25, WMC All-Stars, Alpine
Holden Edenbach '25, WMC All-Stars, Alpine
Owen Galligan '23, First Team All-State, Ice Hockey
Caleb Micklon '23, Second Team All-State, Ice Hockey
Noah Grant '22, Second Team All-State, Ice Hockey
Greta Grant '24, All-Conference, Ice Hockey
Jacob Adams '23, All-Conference, Indoor Track

Individual Team Awards
Alpine
    
Samantha Winterbottom '23, Coaches' Award    
Bridget Whelan '25, Most Improved Skier    
Denali Jensen '22, Coaches' Award    
Ian Jacobson '22, Coaches' Award    
        
Nordic Skiing    
Alanna Nataluk '22, Most Valuable Skier           
        
Ice Hockey    
Noah Grant  '22, MVP    
Owen Galligan '23, Coaches' Award    
        
Indoor Track    
Jacob Adams '23, Coaches' Award    
Joseph Jensen '22, Coaches' Award    
Padric McGrath '22, Coaches' Award    
Enna Carbone '25, Coaches' Award    
        
Girls' Basketball    
Maya Mahan '24, Coaches' Award    
Adriana Mas Soto '22, Raider Plaque    
        
Boys' Basketball    
Bobby Hallam '22, MVP    
Will Hallam '23, Offensive Player of the Year    
Jordan Zerner '23, Defensive Player of the Year    
        
Wrestling    
Job Fox '22, Outstanding Wrestler    
Joey Fusco '24, Most Improved     


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