Holderness School

Fall Athletic Sports Awards Assembly

Andrew Herring
Holderness School is proud of our student-athletes and how they played with exceptional heart, grit, and sportsmanship this fall. At the Fall Athletic Sports Awards Assembly this week, we honor those student-athletes who have distinguished themselves through their hard work, positive attitude, and fair play. They’re a shining example for us all to follow - both on the playing fields and off. 
Boys’ Varsity Soccer
Coaches' Award: Angus Christie ’20
Most Improved: Riley Gustafson ’20
Weston Lea Spirit Award: Asa Moskowitz ’21
Most Valuable Player: Carter Storey ’20

Boys’ JV1 Soccer
Coaches' Award: Andrew Gotts ’20
Most Improved: Jaime Martinez-Piqueras ’21

Boys’ JV2 Soccer
Coaches' Award: Bram Hikmate’22
Most Improved: Oliver Kiker ’22

Girls’ Varsity Soccer
Coaches' Award: Carolyn Fernandes ’20
Most Improved: Emma Gagne ’20
Most Valuable Player: Kiara Wilson ’20

Girls’ JV Soccer
Coaches' Award: Charley Croft ’21
Most Improved: Shinya Lee ’21

Varsity Field Hockey
Coaches' Award: Macy Arsenault ’20
Most Improved: Gwen Bowler ’21
Most Valuable Player:Andrea Reynolds ’20

JV Field Hockey
Coaches' Award: Sacha Levine ’22
Most Improved: Annie Kinsley ’22

Varsity Football
Norm Walker Award: Jimmy Bocock ’21
Coaches' Award: Patrick Lessard ’20
Most Improved: Nikos Carroll ’20
Most Valuable Player: Griffin O’Neil ’21

Boys’ Cross Country
Coaches' Award: Noah McIntire ’20
Most Improved: Panupong Phoompuang ’20
Most Valuable Player:Natan Driker ’22

Girls’ Cross Country
Coaches' Award:Coco Diemar ’22
Most Improved: Alex Guest ’21
Most Valuable Player: Mae Whitcomb ’21

Mountain Biking
Coaches' Award:Gus Whitcomb ’20
Most Improved: Tim Ryan ’23 and Sam Yap ’22

Rock Climbing
Coaches' Award: Malin Alusic-Bingham ’20
Most Improved: Jackson Sawyer ’21

Most Improved: Honor Paton ’21

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    With fifteen of their twenty games decided by two goals or less, opponents knew they were in for a battle every time they stepped on the field against the Holderness boys’ varsity soccer team.
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    The recent single-digit temperatures and mix of sleet and snow signal that the crisp days of fall are gone.  Despite the best efforts of our athletic teams to extend the fall season, we’ve traded soccer cleats and football helmets for downhill skis and hockey sticks. We’ve even transitioned the hustle of daily life to our winter schedule in an effort to improve student sleep habits and take full advantage of wintry bluebird days. At a time when the surrounding environment is preparing for a period of dormancy, Holderness School is meeting this change in season with a smile and sense of energy -- this community blooms in winter.
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    It’s good to try new things.
    That’s why, for most of November, Holderness students and faculty took part in an innovative Study Hall Pilot Program. Shaped with input from this year’s senior class, the pilot program made several changes to students’ evening schedules – all with the goal of improving their shared sense of community, sleep health, and general well-being.
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Holderness School
33 Chapel Lane, Holderness, NH 03245
mail P.O Box 1879 Plymouth, NH 03264-1879
phone (603) 536-1257