Natalie Novotni and Jonathan Kester, members of Sun Valley High’s Class of 2017, recently were named the winners of the 2017 Ray Withelder Memorial Scholar-Athlete award. Natalie, who competed in cross country and track and field at Sun Valley, will study nursing and continue her athletic career at Moravian College. She was a 7th Congressional District Scholar-Athlete as well as a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society.
The 8U team closed its season with 10 consecutive victories, including an 8-7 decision over Ridley Red in the final. Ava Nagle, Lilly-Ray Campbell, Mia Jones and Mariyah Young all had three hits in the final, and Lucy Fiacco, who was the defensive leader, chipped in with a single and double. Among the other members of the team were Erin Monaghan, Isabelle Copes, Hannah Ragan, Brooke Henry, Mya Armstrong, Emma Meehan, and Kendall Northrop. Brian Jones was the team’s head coach.
Among the members of the team were Lauren Bergmann, Hannah Hermansen, Keira Bauer, Alexandria Varella, Jules McGeehan, Hallie Funch, Laura Seavey, Hayley Gibson, Katie Lenz, Claudia Stuck, Alexa Hoffman and Marissa Cunningham. Greg Cunningham was the team’s head coach. Bob Gibson, Bob Bergmann and Jim Bauer were the assistant coaches. A crew of baseball umpires from District 1 worked the PIAA Class 5A championship game at Penn State University last month.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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