Monday, September 21, 2020

2019 Track and Field Awards Banquet

Coronado Islanders Track and Field held their end of season banquet last week. Below are the awards that were presented:

MVPs

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Girl: Alysah Hickey
2019 State Champion in High Jump, third at State in Long Jump
2018 State Champion in Long Jump, fourth at State in High Jump
School records in 100, 200, High Jump, Long Jump 4×100 Relay

 

 

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Boy: Nicholas Dunn
Top boy sprinter with a Personal Record of 11.01 for 100 meters

 


Islander Sports Foundation (ISF) Award
for Integrity, Sportsmanship, and Friendship

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Girl: Regina Czerewko
Boy: Shane Alihan

ISF Award Winners Left is Regina Czerewko, Right is Shane Alihan


Four Graduating Senior Girls Were Honored

Alysah Hickey (Also MVP)
Teresa Perez (School record 800, 1600, 2-mile, 3-mile, Distance Medley Relay)
Ruthie Grant-Williams (School record 100 hurdles and 4×100)
Madden Hundley (School record Distance Medley Relay)

All four were a part of:
1. The San Diego Country Girls’ Freshmen Championship in 2016
2. The San Diego Country Girls’ Sophomore Championship in 2017
3. The 2018 Girls CIF championship.
Also a part to that championship team were Victoria Perez, Abigail Hundley, and Sofia Van Arsdale.

CIF Champs
From Left to Righ Ruthie Grant-Williams, Abigail Hundley, Madison Shanks, Teresa Perez, Madden Hundley, Victoria Perez, Sofia Van Arsdale, Abigail Whittemore, Alysah Hickey

http://islandertrack.com/chsrun/2018GirlsSectionChampions.html

Victoria Perez increased her school record marks in both the Shot Put and Discus Throw this season.
Alysah Hickey increased her school record marks in both the High Jump and Long Jump this season.


Most Improved

Boy: David Norris
Girl: Jasmine Chaney


Rookie of the Year

John Cook
He was our only boy league champ. He’s a freshman and won the league 110 hurdles.

John Cook, Rookie Of The Year

There were 13 school records among the graduating seniors in the following events, all for girls:
100 dash, 200 dash, 100 hurdles, 800 run, 1600 run, 2-mile (3200 run), 3-mile, long jump, high jump, shot put, discus, 4×100, Distance Medley Relay

 

 

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George Green
George Green
Cross Country and Track Coach, Coronado High School
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