BUTLER — Eastside’s baseball, softball, track and golf athletes received honors at the school’s spring sports awards program June 3 in the Millie Hansen Auditorium.

Baseball coach Aaron Willard presented these team awards: Best Offensive Player — Chase Franz; Best Defensive Player — Joe White and King of the Hill — Maguire Jacobs.

Varsity letters were presented to seniors Chase Franz, Maguire Jacobs, Nicklas Shewman and Joe White; juniors Noah Johnson, Keegan Miller and Charlie Sexton; sophomores Hayden Gardner, Dylan Hertig, Wade Miller and Colben Steury; freshmen Laithyn Cook, Nicholas Snyder and Owen Willard and managers Kirsten Parrish, Jenni White and Alexis Wilson.

Participation certificates were presented to Codi Davis, Laban Davis, Jonathan Eck, Liam Franz, Mason Fritch, Hugh Henderson, Gabe Henry, Zach Northrup, Lincoln Pfefferkorn, Tyler Upp and Cameron Yeager and managers Zoe McBride and Trinity Phillips.

Golf coach Kristian Hoff presented these team awards: Most Improved Player — Cole Timmerman. Most Valuable Teammate — Kaylob Shaffer. Most Dedicated — Carson Evers and Most Valuable Golfer — Julius Pineiro.

Softball coach Emily Scupholm presented these team awards: Most Improved Player — Skyelar Kessler; Golden Glove — Faith McClain; Clutch Hitter — Brittany Salinas and Love of the Game — Jahnna Weaver.

Varsity letters were presented to seniors Jamee Bowsher, Siera Helmick, Brynn Phillips, Brittany Salinas and Jahnna Weaver; junior MacKensie Rieke; sophomores Ryleigh Howe and Lynzi Laub and freshmen Mataya Bireley, Ryelynn Glander, Skyelar Kessler and Faith McClain.

Participation certificates were presented to Kierra Ballentine, Taigan Caudill, McKenna Elzey, Cadence Gardner, McKenna Hoffelder, Haleigh Liberty, Brooke Pittman, Josie Richman, Bayleigh Rutter, Erin Snyder, Madilynn Snyder and Kristen Zimmerman.

Track coach Kagan Gentry presented awards in boys and girls track.

In girls track, Chloe Whitman won the Most Valuable Field Event award. Hailey Casto was recognized for having the best Mental Attitude. Erika Brock won the Most Valuable Athlete award.

In boys track, Gavin Pfefferkorn won the Most Valuable Field Event award. Branden Ely was presented with the Mental Attitude award. Trey Staley won the Most Valuable Athlete award.

Girls track varsity letters were presented to seniors Hailey Casto and Chloe Whitman; junior Erika Brock; sophomores Becky Firestine, Molly Holman, Gabby Kees, Sullivan Kessler and Cayla Whitman; freshmen Brittney Geiger and Madison Haynes and exchange student Pin Suvanrat.

Boys track varsity letters were presented to seniors Brock Holman and Trey Staley; juniors Gezahagne Biddle, Branden Ely, Jacob Geyer, Gavin Pfefferkorn, Braden Vinson and Brock Vinson; sophomores Nicolas Blair, Chris Daniels, Matt Firestine, Konner Lower, Jared Seiler and David Slone; and freshmen Kyler Bibbee, Bobby Davis, Jacob Smith and Gavin Wallace.

Participation certificates were presented to Jacob Delagrange, Jiye Parr and David Watson.

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