BRUSHY PRAIRIE — Prairie Heights High School held its spring sports recognition night on June 4.

The most valuable athletes are Kyler Hall in girls track and field, pole vault state qualifier Zach Wiseman from boys track and field, Layne Bachelor in baseball, Matt Kumfer in boys golf, Amy German in softball and Olivia Mettert from girls tennis.

The mental attitude award recipients were Kennedy Myers in girls track and field, Mike Perkins in boys track and field, Butch McKee from the baseball program, Jax Zinkie and Daniel Dorris in boys golf, softballer Maddie Newby and girls tennis player Caterina Staton.

The most improved players were Kierra Blodgett (girls track and field), Justus Spriggs (boys track and field), Cole McCollum (baseball), Mason Lake (boys golf), Grace Hayward (softball) and Morgan Bachelor (girls tennis).

In girls track and field, Jaycee Malone and Allison Steele received the Outstanding Running Events Award. Dezirae Napier received the Panther Pride and Outstanding Field Events awards.

In boys track and field, Wiseman and Hans Franke shared the Outstanding Field Events award. Clayton Schenkel was the Outstanding Running Events award winner. Allan Steele received the Dunkel award.

From baseball, Bachelor was the batting champ. Logan Nott was the most valuable pitcher, and Ryan Rasler received the Golden Glove award.

From softball, Bre Walter was the batting champion. German earned the Panther award.

In girls tennis, Katie Eash was picked Rookie of the Year and Shanan Staton was named Most Valuable Parent.

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