Ayana Taylor, Reagan Humphrey and Cody Clayton awarded Forest Gregg MVP's
Taylor, Humphrey, and Clayton Named MVP's
at SSHS Athletic Banquet, Monday Night
by: Kelly Humphrey
Photos by Mary Humphrey
Adriana Ortiz, left, and Justin Owens, right were sited as the winners of this year's Fighting Heart Awards.
In the highlight for all Wildcat Athletes, Monday Night's annual SSHS Sports Banquet was conducted in the Sulphur Springs High School Cafeteria, sponsored by the Booster Club. The event began at 6:00 p.m. and featured a catered meal by Big Smith BBQ.
Named as the outstanding athletes were Forest Gregg MVP's Ayana Taylor and Regan Humphrey, for the Lady Wildcats, and Wildcat MVP Cody Clayton.
Featured for the James Cameron Fighting Heart Award were seniors, Lady Wildcat Adriana Ortiz and Wildcat Justin Owens.
Individual athletes recognized in the various sports were:
Athletic Director Greg Owens presented awards to Cheerleaders, Mascots, Drill Team, Band, and
Color Guard for their outstanding support.
Athletic Trainers recogonized were Danesha Peoples and Keelie Wiser
Chris Jacks received the Special Olympics Award
Gracie Cable, Alissa Doughtie and Melinda Escober were Girls Volleyball MVP's
The Senior Boys were selected as the Football MVP's
Awarded the Cross Country MVP's were Ayana Taylor and Madison Ramirez
Carter White received the Boys Cross Country MVP
Reagan Humphrey Girls Basketball MVP
Will Roland Boys Basketball MVP
Adriana Ortiz and Diana Sanchez were awarded Girls Soccer MVP's
Tony Bravo was selected as MVP Boys Soccer
Josue Leon named Powerlifting MVP
Kade Koon and Mallory Martin were selected as Tennis MVP's
Kirstie Wallace MVP Girls Golf
The Boys Golf Team were named as MVP's
Ayana Taylor MVP in Girls Track
Kendrick Daniel, Cody Clayton, Dadrian Smith, and Jonathan Carlisle all received Boys Track MVP's
Gracie Cable and Kadie Dougan selected as the Girls Softball MVP's
Kris Ford and Justin Owens were named Baseball MVP's