Princeton High School Athletic Booster Club sports banquet

by | May 28, 2015 | Sports

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The Princeton High School Athletic Booster Club held its spring sports banquet at the high school.

It recognized athletes involved in spring sports, including basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, golf, tennis, powerlifting and track.

Each sport chose to present individual achievement awards, while also recognizing awards from the All-District designations announced previously in the year.


Varsity football

Defensive MVP – Jake Bowland

MVP – Brandon Talley

Co-Offensive MVP – Colt Collins and George Flores

Special teams MVP – Julio Vazquez

Panther Pride – Zac Torres


MVP – Kailey Marksberry

Cross Country (girls)

Best teammate – Julianna Myrick

MVP – Alicia Salazar

Cross Country (boys)

MVP – Cody Walker

Tennis varsity (boys)

MVP – Seth Rios

Tennis varsity (girls)

MVP – Adrianna Peters

Golf (boys)

MVP – Conner Owen

Golf (girls)

MVP – Sarah Staley

Soccer (girls)

MVP – Jaymee Dotson and Reychal Grimaldo

Defensive MVP – BriAna Lacey

Offensive MVP – Kensey Thomas

Panther Pride – Daritsa Herrera

Soccer (boys)

MVP – Gustavo Martinez

Panther Pride – Edgar Mendez



MVP – Alexis Morton

Most Valuable Teammate – Lindsey Tarby

Offensive MVP – Makayla Smith

Defensive MVP – Ali Saldivar

Powerlifting (boys)

MVP – Derek Templeman

Powerlifting (girls)

MVP – Jasmine Bryant

Iron Panther – Devon Black

Track (boys)

MVP – Derek Templeman

Track (girls)

MVP sprinters – Alyssa Rivera, Michaella Ray, Miakka Winters and Kaylah Segleski

MVP field – Shaycee Blankenship

MVP distance – Alicia Salazar

Track (JV girls)

Fighting hard award – Nicole Scott

Basketball (boys)

Most points scored – Leye Oyatayo

Most rebounds – Oyatayo

Most blocked shots – Oyatayo

Most charges taken – Nathan Cofield

Most assists – James Briggs

Basketball (girls)

MVP – Krysten Coburn

Rebounder of the Year – Payton Coburn

Defensive MVP – Alexis Morton

Offensive MVP – Corbin Gillespie

Panther Pride – Makayla Smith

Most improved – Raygan Cook

Basketball (freshman girls)

Most improved – McKenzie Harper and Nia Crawford

Outstanding defense – Jareht Marquez Rodriquez

Hustle award – Miakka Winters


Panther Pride – Devon Black

MVP – Shelbi Cook

Offensive MVP – Alexis Morton

Defensive MVP – Lindsey Tarby


Super Star Athletes with highest GPA in sport

Aside from the individual sports awards, PISD continued with its tradition of honoring scholar athletes. Each team presented the Super Star Student Athlete Award for the team member with the highest GPA for the semester their sport participation was required.

Earning this designation were:


Ronald Long, Boys Cross Country – JV

Cody Walker, Boys Cross Country – Varsity

Jacob Lacy, Boys Football – Freshmen

Regan Wilkins, Boys Football – JV

River Carey, Boys Football – Varsity

Jacob Nocktonick, Boys Fall Tennis – Varsity


Jose Rodriguez, Boys Baseball – JV Black

Regan Wilkins, Boys Baseball – JV Maroon

Cody Walker, Boys Baseball – Varsity

Ronald Long, Boys Basketball – Freshman

Daniel Boyles, Boys Basketball – JV

Nathan Cofield, Boys Basketball – Varsity

Jared Carlisle, Boys Golf

Regan Wilkins, Boys Powerlifting

Eugenio Cervantez, Boys Soccer – Varsity

Nathan Cofield, Boys Spring Tennis – JV

Seth Rios, Boys Spring Tennis – Varsity

Regan Wilkins, Boys Track – JV

Logan Roberts, Boys Track – Varsity

Sara Wood, Cheerleading

Daisy Saldana, Girls Cross Country – JV

Julianna Myrick, Girls Cross Country – Varsity

Adrianna Peters, Girls Fall Tennis – Varsity

Chesney Owen, Girls Volleyball – Freshmen

Alyssa Rivera, Girls Volleyball – JV

Lindsey Tarby, Girls Volleyball – Varsity

Mackenzie Harper, Girls Basketball – Freshmen

Julianna Myrick, Girls Basketball – JV

Alexis Morton, Girls Basketball – Varsity

Sarah Staley, Girls Golf

Lindsey Tarby, Girls Powerlifting

Lucia Hofmaier, Girls Soccer – JV

Ashton Foster, Girls Soccer – Varsity

Ashley Tice, Girls Softball – JV

Alexis Morton, Girls Softball – Varsity

Tayler Cook, Girls Spring Tennis – JV

Adrianna Peters, Girls Spring Tennis – Varsity

Corde Jackson, Girls Track – JV

Julianna Myrick, Girls Track – Varsity




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