2015 NDIAA Girls Track & Field Champions

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MSD girls track & field team has been selected as national champions by NDIAA (National Deaf Interscholastic Athletic Association).  This is their first national title since 2003! Coach Randy Shank was selected as Coach of the Year. 

The girls team also won Berg & Seeger Relays and ESDAA championships.  

This title entitled to a Grand Slam for our girls teams this year! They won all four national tournaments (Spike Out, Clerc, Hoy and Berg & Seeger) and all four national championships (volleyball, basketball, softball and track & field).  This is the first time in history that a school won them all in one year.  Only three girls played on all teams and they are Brooke Bonheyo, Adele Daniels and Karita Lewis.  

Congratulations to the coaching staff (Randy Shank, Ronnie Taylor, Chris vonGarrel, Krystle Berrigan, Shana Lehmann) and the team for an outstanding season.  

2015 NDIAA Softball Champions

2015 Softball Team

MSD softball team has been selected as national champions by NDIAA (National Deaf Interscholastic Athletic Association).  The team finished the season 11-7 and won Hoy Tournament. Head Coach Mathis Hediger was selected as Coach of the Year. 

Coach Hediger has decided to step down as head coach of the team.  On May 4th, he won his 100th career game at Quantico and finished his career with 101-69-3 record.  Mathis became head coach in 2006 and in his 10 years of coaching, he had 7 winning seasons. His best record was 16-4 in 2011.  His teams have won four Hoy tournaments and four national championships.  

Congratulations to Mathis Hediger, his assistant coaches (Jerry Mabashov, and Lauren Buchko) and the team for an outstanding season.  

2015 High School Winter & Spring Sport Award Night

JV Winter Cheerleading

Best Spirit Brandon Garrett

Most Improved Alina Kenina

 

Varsity Winter Cheerleading

Dodge-Hicks – Best Spirit Marika Lewis

Dodge-Hicks – Most Outstanding Cheerleader Seanna Guettler

 

Varsity Wrestling

David Harris Takedown Award Angelo Archibald

Ernest L. Shockley – Most Improved Kiser Holiday

Most Outstanding Wrestler Maverick Obermiller

James Schartner – Most Valuable Wrestler DeBrian John

 

JV Girls Basketball

Most Improved Freya Seremeth

Coaches’ Award Kaitlyn Weeks

 

Varsity Girls Basketball

Unsung Hero Juliana Bahan

Coaches’ Award Karita Lewis

Best All-Around Player Adele Daniels

Rita Spencer – Most Valuable Player Tessa Lewis

 

JV Boys Basketball

Most Improved Bobga Tete

Coaches’ Award Brady Perry

 

Varsity Boys Basketball

Most Improved Damon Biskupiak

Coaches’ Award John Werner, Jr.

Most Versatile Giovanni Maucere

Harry Benson – Most Valuable Player Yave Sanchez

 

Varsity Softball

Most Improved Brooke Bonheyo

Coaches’ Award Bridget Berrigan

Most Versatile Adele Daniels

Most Valuable Player Tessa Lewis

 

Varsity Baseball

Most Improved Gareth Hayes

Mr. Hustle Brady Perry

Most Versatile John Werner, Jr.

Most Valuable Player Damon Biskupiak

 

Varsity Girls Track and Field

Vicki White – Best Field Athlete Tomi Lisoyi

Most Improved Malika Canada

Most Versatile Carolyn Wiley

Coaches’ Award Brittany Byers

Vicki White – Most Outstanding Trackster Paula Hare

 

Varsity Boys Track and Field

Best Field Athlete Diamani McNeely

Most Dedicated Maverick Obermiller

Unsung Hero Egan Seremeth

Best Sprinter Austin Latin

Paul E. Barr – Most Outstanding Trackster Bobga Tete

 

Varsity Powerlifting

Most Improved Female Lifter Karita Lewis

Most Improved Male Lifter DeBrian John

Miss WOD Juliana Bahan

Mr. WOD Diamani McNeely

Most Outstanding Female Lifter Brooke Bonheyo

Most Outstanding Male Lifter Yave Sanchez

 

Special Awards

Foxwell Service Award Robert Lewis

Booster Club Award Kelly Green

Female Manager of the Year Gillian Lawrence

Male Manager of the Year Carroll Barnes IV

Female Newcomer of the Year Adele Daniels

Male Rookie of the Year John Werner, Jr.

Oriole Pride Award in Female Athletics Monique Johnson

Oriole Pride Award in Male Athletics Brady Perry

Most Improved Female Athlete Brooke Bonheyo

Most Improved Male Athlete Damon Biskupiak

Inspiration and Leadership in Female Athletics Tessa Lewis

Inspiration and Leadership In Male Athletics Bobga Tete

Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year Bridget Berrigan

Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year Bailey Moers

Female Athlete of the Year Tessa Lewis

Male Athlete of the Year Yave Sanchez

 

Special Recognition:

Dawn Schriver

Alex Simmons

Joe Fritsch

Roberta Monroe

 

Mighty Oriole

FRESHMEN

Maurice Braxton

Dana Brooks

Zeke Martinez

Brady Perry

Freya Seremeth

Connor Switenky

John Werner, Jr.

 

SOPHOMORES 

Juliana Bahan

Brooke Bonheyo

Jamila Coons

Madison Givens

Tamia Harris

Austin Latin

Karita Lewis

Kaela Luttrell

Maverick Obermiller

Liora Selzer

Egan Seremeth

Bobga Tete

Osay Ufumwen

Kaitlyn Weeks

 

JUNIORS

Angelo Archibald

Damon Biskupiak

Ryan Carr

Adele Daniels

DeBrian John

Mauricio Orozco

Yave Sanchez

 

SENIORS

Bri Berrigan

Jake Bonheyo

Mone’t Clark

Julio Diaz III

Brandon Garrett

Tessa Lewis

Giovanni Maucere

 

Iron Oriole

Jake Bonheyo

 

May Athlete of Month

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Track & Field-
Paula Hare

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Track & Field- 
Bobga Tete

 

SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month

Hello!
 
SportsMX and NDIAA are proud to announce the April 2015 recipients of  “SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month” awards. The purpose of this the award is to recognize High School athletes across the country who have made significant  impact on their teams not just on the field/court but in academics, leadership, 
 and character as well. 

Our young Deaf athletes deserve recognition for their dedication and hard work. SportsMX and NDIAA congratulate Austin Silva-Wynne, Isabella Paulone, Eddie Thomas and La’Terria Hampton on their selection as “SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month” for April 2015!

Regardless whether the recognized athletes are from your school or not, we ask  that you share this announcement with your school, athletes, parents, and  community by sharing the link below and posting the attached PDF copy in your  gym/public areas to spread awareness and recognition for this award.

 
http://sportsmx.com/youth/athletes-of-the-month/4158-sportsmx-ndiaa-april-2015-athletes-of-the-month
 
Thanks!
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April Athlete of Month

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Softball-
Bridget Berrigan

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Baseball- 
Damon Biskupiak

 

SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month

Hello!
 
SportsMX and NDIAA are proud to announce the March 2015 recipients of  “SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month” awards. The purpose of this the award is to recognize High School athletes across the country who have made significant  impact on their teams not just on the field/court but in academics, leadership, 
 and character as well. 

Our young Deaf athletes deserve recognition for their dedication and hard work. SportsMX and NDIAA congratulate Adele Daniels and John Scognamiglio on their selection as “SportsMX/NDIAA Athletes of the Month” for March 2015!

Regardless whether the recognized athletes are from your school or not, we ask  that you share this announcement with your school, athletes, parents, and  community by sharing the link below and posting the attached PDF copy in your  gym/public areas to spread awareness and recognition for this award.

 
http://sportsmx.com/youth/athletes-of-the-month/4083-sportsmx-ndiaa-march-2015-athletes-of-the-month
 
Thanks!
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MIAC Track & Field Championship Meet

A total of five schools in the MIAC league competed at the MIAC championship meet.
MSD Girls won first place with 105 points and Grace Christian School came in second with 88 points.
MSD Boys won first place with 71 points and Mount Airy Christian Academy came in second with 37 points.
MSD won overall championship (girls and boys points combined) with a total of 176 points.
 
First place winners:
Cassidy Perry: 100M Dash (13.34), 200M Dash (28.12) and Long Jump (14′ 9″)
Rory Lewis: 200M Dash (26.62) and Long Jump (16′ 9.5″)
Rory Dietz: 400M Dash (1:07.87)
Jason Werner: 110M Hurdles (19.69) and 300M Intermediate Hurdles (56.28)
Sierra Herzig-Wilcox: 300M Intermediate Hurdles (59.80)
Pacey Wilson: Discus (72′ 9.5″)
4×100 Relay (55.18)
Milana Bielucke, Justina Miles, Marisa Montoya, Cassidy Perry
4×100 Relay (53.41)
Rory Dietz, Rory Lewis, Kay Onobiyi, Jason Werner 
 
 
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MSD Baseball Team Wins First Round Playoff Game over MACA

#6 MSD Upset #3 Mount Airy Christian Academy 13-3
First round MIAC playoff games were played yesterday.  We were seeded #6 and we upset #3 Mount Airy Christian Academy 13-3. I was at the game yesterday and our team played almost perfect.  Our defense was outstanding as we committed no errors and our hitting was unbelievable.  It looked like we were at batting practice. 
 
John Werner, Jr. had a three-run homerun (over the fence) and he hit for the cycle (single, double, triple and homerun).  Damon Biskupiak was the winning pitcher. He pitched a complete game and he had 7 strikeouts and allowed only 1 walk.
 
We will play #2 New Life Christian School tomorrow at McCurdy Field at 4:30. New Life beat us twice during the season and we are ready for a revenge.  Come and support the baseball team!  
 
Andy Bonheyo
Athletic Director
 

100m Hurdles & Long Jump

We are happy to announce that Sierra Herzig-Wilcox set a new middle school track record in 100M hurdles. Cassidy Perry tied long jump record with a leap of 14 feet and 7 inches. 

Sierra’s time of 19.75 edged the previous record of 19.78 set by Augusta Seremeth in 2008. 

Sierra

 

Cassidy’s jump tied Brittany Wiggins’ record set in 2004.
CJ

 

Congratulations to both Sierra and Cassidy!

 

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