The West Lincoln Rebels recently held their fall athletic awards ceremony.
In varsity football, Paul Chambers was named MVP. Gene Arp was named Best Offensive Player, while Spencer Sutton was Defensive Player of the Year for the Rebels.
The Spark Plug award went to Jon Thomas, while the Rebel award was given to Ben Poole. Taylor Woodie was the recipient of the coaches award. Most Improved to Matt Avery.
For the Rebelsâ€™ JV team, Ethan Peterson was named Most Valuable Player.
In cheerleading, Whitney Goins and Shaina McCraw were Co-MVPs, while Most Spirited went to Emily Moore. Hannah Ross was the recipient of the Team Before Self award. Anna Knight won Most Determined.
The JV MVP award was given to Hillaree Henderson.
In womenâ€™s tennis, LeeAnna Young was the Most Valuable Player, while Augusta Petrick was named Most Improved. The Rebel award went to Abby Cole.
Both Young and Cole were named to the Southern Piedmont All-Conference Team.
In menâ€™s soccer, Josue Meser was MVP, while Nathan Chapman and Christian Quingla won Best Defensive Player and Best Offensive Player respectively.
Jesus Benitez and Drew Scronce were named to the Southern Piedmont All-Conference Team.
In volleyball, MVP went to April Norman with the Team Before Self award going to Holly Hoover. Mady Gillespie was named Most Improved, while the Coaches award went to Jessie Watts.
Norman and Sara Elmore were named to the Southern Piedmont All-Conference Team.
Elle Tallent was the JV MVP.
In menâ€™s cross country, David Branton and Matt Rednour shared the MVP award, while Adam Patton was Most Improved.
Branton, Rednour, Patton and Ronnie Nicholson were named to the Southern Piedmont All-Conference Team.
In womenâ€™s cross country, Beth Pittman garnered MVP. Team Before Self went to Kelly Pittman, while Whitney Beaver was named Most Improved.
Melissa Avery, Whitney Beaver, Megan Gates and the Pittmans were named to the Southern Piedmont All-Conference Team.
by John Mark Brooks