DUNLAP — Concord High School honored its spring sports award winners on Monday night at the school.
Mental Attitude Award winners for the Minutemen were Regan Landis and Keegan Thursby (girls tennis), Gamaliel Montiel and Luke Owings (boys track), Summer Cooper (girls track), Ethan Fiedler-Casey (baseball) and Mayla Herman (softball).
Girls tennis: Honorary captains – Kelsee O'Dell, Keegan Thursby. Mental attitude – Regan Landis, Thursby. Most improved – Meaghan Godzisz, O'Dell, Kaylee Price. Most valuable – Landis, Thursby. Most wins doubles (23-1) – Lauren Pollock, Thursby. Most wins singles (23-1) – Landis.
Boys track: Honorary captain – Luke Shoemaker. Field events MVP – Ben Eichelberger. Mental attitude – Gamaliel Montiel, Luke Owings. Most improved – Orlandor Clark, Roemello Moon. Most valuable – Jamyris Rice.
Girls track: Honorary captains – Shenais Colton-Flores, Cassandra Hess. Mental attitude – Summer Cooper. Most improved – Tesslyn Tarman. Field MVP – Hess, Sydney Simon. Track MVP – Cooper.
Baseball: Honorary captains – Drew McDougle, Cal Whitaker. Golden glove award – Bryson Schrock. Mental attitude – Ethan Fiedler-Casey. Most Valuable Pitcher – McDougle. Offensive player the year – McDougle. Top newcomer – Hunter Dutton.
Softball: Honorary captains – Alexis Kern, Alysa Marcin. Dedication award – Madison Kelly. Mental attitude – Mayla Herman. Most improved – Zoey Stender. Most Valuable – Yadi Gomez.
Boys golf: Honorary captain – Travis Herman. Low 9 hole average – Hermon. Low 18 hole average – Hermon. Varsity most improved – Will Harris. JV most improved – Liam McDowell.