Seen following the presentation of spring athletic awards are, first row from left: Jamila Wemple, Kathleen Mooney, Madison Alphin and Megan Bresnahan. Second row, from left: Kristopher Gildein, Matthew Seyer and Thomas Rundell. Third row from left: Robert Polachek, Ann Romanowski, Katie Marsman, Pam Jagne and Kristina Yannotta. Not present for photo: George and Harry Parkhurst and Alexander Barilla.
Wyoming Seminary Upper School Director of Athletics Karen Klassner recently announced Sem’s Most Valuable Players, Coaches’ Awards and Gold Award winners for spring sports. Athletes who earned four varsity letters or three varsity and one junior varsity letters in their sport receive Gold Awards.
In baseball, Matthew Seyer, a senior from Pittston, received the Offensive Production Award and the Gold Award, and Robert Polachek, a senior from Kingston, received the Defensive Contribution Award. In softball, Katie Marsman, a senior from Wantagh, N.Y., and Megan Bresnahan, a sophomore from Hughestown, received the Coaches’ Awards. Seniors Pam Jagne from Wilkes-Barre and Kristina Yannotta from Edwardsville received Gold Awards.
In boys lacrosse, Thomas Rundell, a sophomore from South Abington Township, received the Most Valuable Player Award while Alexander Barilla, a sophomore from Dallas, received the Coaches’ Award. Senior Kristopher Gildein, Shickshinny, received the Gold Award. In girls lacrosse, junior Madison Alphin of Apex, N.C. received the Blue Knight Award while senior Kathleen Mooney of New Albany, Ohio received the Most Improved Player Award. Senior Ann Romanowski of West Pittston received the Gold Award in lacrosse.
In boys tennis, seniors George and Harry Parkhurst of Trucksville received the Coaches’ Award and the Gold Award. In girls soccer, sophomore Jamila Wemple of Bloomsburg received the Coaches’ Award.