Sports Night

Photo | Mac Kennedy Senior Jordyn Mensh shakes hands with Athletic Director Jeff Rabberman to accept the Girls Dan Shea Award.

Photo | Mac Kennedy
Senior Jordyn Mensh shakes hands with Athletic Director Jeff Rabberman to accept the Girls Dan Shea Award.

Town Courier sports writer Syl Sobel took the stage to host the 2019 Quince Orchard Sports Night in his traditional black tuxedo and red bow tie. The auditorium was full of eager student-athletes and their families and friends. This was another year full of stellar team and individual performances from the Quince Orchard High School student-athletes comprised of one county championship, three division championships, two section championships, six region championships and four state championships.

The QO varsity and junior varsity teams compiled a cumulative record of 254 wins, 166 losses and 2 ties for a winning pct. of 60.2 percent.

A total of 28 graduating student-athletes will go on to play sports in college. Another extremely impressive statistic is the 3.37 GPA the student-athletes produced during the 2018-2019 year.

Here is the full list of award winners:

Boys Coach of the Year
John Kelley, Football

Girls Coach of the Year
Colleen Adams, Softball

Boys Team of the Year
Football

Girls Team of the Year
Soccer

Boys Athlete of the Year
Johnny Hodges, Football, Basketball and Lacrosse

Girls Athlete of the Year
Jenna Williams, Soccer and Basketball

Boys Most Improved Team
Coed Volleyball

Girls Most Improved Team
Basketball

Boys Cougar Team of the Year
Volleyball

Girls Cougar Team of the Year
Cheerleading

Boys Assistant Coach of the Year
Stephen Majkrzak, Cross Country and Track and Field

Girls Assistant Coach of the Year
Jen Yeck, Cheerleading

Boys Dan Shea Award
Matthew Steinwandel

Girls Dan Shea Award
Jordyn Mensh

Boys Mike Lanahan Award
Jose Echeona

Girls Mike Lanahan Award
Alexis Martin

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