Tigers given track awards

The 2010 Tonasket High School track team at their banquet on Tuesday, June 8, where they were given awards and letters for their participation on the track team. Photo by Emily Hanson

The 2010 Tonasket High School track team at their banquet on Tuesday, June 8, where they were given awards and letters for their participation on the track team. Photo by Emily Hanson

TONASKET – The 2010 Tonasket High School track team members were presented with awards and letters for their participation on the team this past season.

Senior Corey McCrarey and junior Jessica Spear were presented with the Captain award, sophomore Damon Halvorsen and Spear were presented with the Most Inspirational award, sophomore Jake Hickman and freshman Kyndra Dellinger were presented with the Most Improved awards, sophomore Vanessa Martinez was given the Best Smile award and junior Thaddeus Kautzky was given the Best Laugh award.

The only fourth year letter went to senior Spencer Podkranic while McCrarey and fellow senior Terrell Cross earned third year letters along with Spear and fellow juniors Michelle Carlson and Ben Franklin.

Second year letters were given to Halvorsen, Hickman and Martinez along with fellow sophomores Ali Hill, Amy Johnson, Shelby Scott, John Stedtfeld and Brandi Wilson. Senior Barry Pentz also earned a second year letter.

Finally, first year letters were presented to Kautzky and fellow junior Ben Peacemaker and sophomores Kevin Aitcheson and Ryker Marchand. Dellinger earned a first year letter along with fellow freshmen Karlie Henneman, Jessica Puente, Shea Smith, Devan Utt, Ky Williams, Jeff Stedtfeld and Dakota Bogart.

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