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CHS Spring Sports Awards

by David Axelson | Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2019 10:58 am

In the past week, several of the Coronado High School Spring Sports Teams held their post-season banquets. Here’s a summary of the awards that we haven’t listed in previous editions of ‘Nado Natterings.’

Islander Girls Lacrosse

The Islander Girls Lacrosse post-season banquet was held recently. The JV Award winners included: Leadership Award-Paloma Goulding; Sportsmanship Award-Wokie Lavachek; Coaches Award-Jillian Dessing; Team MVP-Paige Karnas; Most Improved Player-Sadie Coburn; Defensive Player of the Year-Cameron Jackson; Offensive Player of the Year-Christina Tungcab.

The Varsity Award Winners as announced by Head Coach Kirstyn Atkinson include: ISF Award-Rachel Siefert; Greer Goebels (CHS ’08) Scholarship Winner-Claire Morris; Leadership Award-Kendall Chapko; Coaches Award-Annika Laughlin; Offensive Player of the Year-Kat Green; Midfield Player of the Year-Catie Ward; Defensive Player of the Year-Mackenzie DeMaio; Most Improved-Madi Laski. 

Named to the All-Western League First Team were: Green, Ward, and Chapko. Named to the All-Western League Second Team were: Makena Armstrong, Camden DeMaio, Allie White, and Josie Morrisey. Named to the San Diego Section All-CIF First Team was Kat Green and All-CIF Second Team honors went to Catie Ward.

CHS Boys Golf

Boys Golf Head Coach Stuart Gordon passed along his award winners who included: Most Valuable Player-Easton Phillips; Most Promising Freshman-Jake McLaughlin; and Leadership Award-Matt Schnappauf.

Islander Baseball

Post-Season Awards for the Islander Baseball Team as announced by Head Coach Morgan Cummins included: Jared Pratt and Kyle Phin were named to the First Team All-Eastern League, while Luke McCollough and Dylan Miller earned Second Team All-Eastern League accolades.

CHS Boys Tennis Honors and Awards

The Boys Tennis Awards announced by Head Coach Mackenzie White included: Team Captains-Alan Corrales, Santi Gonzalez, Jake Lamb and Ryan Wood; Most Valuable Player-Lamb; Coaches Award-Jorge Yanez; and the ISF Award was presented to Tye Murree.

Completing the tennis news from a couple of weeks ago, Gonzalez/Wood won one round in the CIF Individual Tournament; Isaac Del Rincon won two matches in the singles side of the CIFs before losing to the eventual singles runner-up, who will play at the University of Texas next year; Lamb/Andres de la Lama lost a close first round doubles match; and Yanez lost a well-played first round match. Coach White added, “We had a really good season overall.”

All-San Diego Section CIF Honorees

We mentioned last week, but worthy of mention again, is Joe Walsh from Boys Lacrosse was named to the All-CIF First Team and Andrew Bell was named to the All-CIF Second Team. We’ll have the complete Islander Track & Field Awards next week after they hold their banquet, but State High Jump Champion Alysah Hickey, who also finished third in the State in the long jump, was named the Girls CIF San Diego Section Field Athlete of Year. Walsh, Bell and Hickey join Kat Green and Catie Ward from Girls Lacrosse as the Islander All-CIF honorees this spring.