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Sports Awards

Sadie Hartt
MSSM Students at the Fall award show in the auditorium

On Thursday, 11/15, the MSSM Soccer and Cross Country teams gathered in the auditorium to be recognized in front of their peers and teachers for the fall season.

After Mrs. Stackhouse gave an introduction to the awards, she handed the stage over to Coach Marie Beckum, who acknowledged the team and their amazing season. Three boys received a specific award for their performance: Jay Philbrick (MVP), Logan Madden (Most Improved), and Sawyer Lachance (Coach's Award). Jay and Sawyer were also recognized as All-Aroostook Athletes for XC. Three girls also received individual awards: Dolcie Tanguay (MVP), Jialan Deal (Most Improved), and Madison McCarthy (Coach's Award). Dolcie and Madi were also recognized as All-Aroostook Athletes.

Although Coach Jon Hamilton could not be there, Mrs. Stackhouse spoke about the Boys Soccer Team on his behalf. The individual awards were given to Ryan Fitzmaurice (MVP), Jacob Silknitter (Most Improved), and Harry Walters (Coach's Award). Trevor Gava was also recognized for making All-Aroostook.

Coach Mike Dugal took the stage next, where he congratulated the Girls Soccer Team on their season. He gave the MVP award to both Victoria Eichorn and Dolcie Tanguay, and the Most Improved award to Sadie Hartt. Victoria and Sadie were also recognized for making All-Aroostook. The team was also able to finally show off the Sportsmanship banner they received for the season.

Last but not least, the VEX Robotics team 4393X/Electric Boogaloos was recognized for their success in qualifying for the State Meet. Jack Kang, Ben Grant, Sage Betko, and Justin Davis won the Regional Meet at John-Bapst High School. Team members who were not present at the meet are Will Whitman, Sadie Hartt, Jialan Deal, Kura Yamada, Rudy Ye, and Michael Delorge.

Congratulations to all fall athletes on their amazing season, and a huge thank you to all who made the season possible!

Submitted by Sadie Hartt

Sarah Stackhouse
The 2018 Scholar Athlete award winners from MSSM

The MSSM Athletic Department is pleased to announce that Samantha Zwecker and James

Cyr have been named the 2018 Scholar Athletes!

Samantha, a senior from Rockport, is the daughter of Sam and Wendy Zwecker. She has always had a love for athletics, and prior to MSSM played soccer, lacrosse and competitively alpine skied. When she transferred to MSSM her sophomore year she continued her interest in soccer and began competitively nordic skiing, playing volleyball, and participating in track and field. In 2016 Samantha was MVP of the nordic ski team and received an All-Aroostook recognition in 2017 and 2018. In 2017 Samantha was MVP of the volleyball team with Aroostook All-Star recognition. She was a captain for the Fall 2017 girls soccer team. Next fall, Samantha will begin her studies at Tufts University.

James, a senior from Madawaska, is the son of Doug and Anne Cyr. He has been cross-country skiing from a young age, and began skiing competitively before middle school. Upon transferring to MSSM his sophomore year, he started to compete in cross-country running and track and field as well. In cross-country, James received All-Aroostook recognition and was MVP of his team in 2016 and 2017. In Nordic skiing, he was MVP in 2017, with All-Aroostook recognition in 2017 and 2018. James was also the 2017 recipient of MSSM's Will to Win Award in track. James has not yet decided on a college, but hopes to pursue a degree in medical sciences.

Samantha and James were recognized at a banquet with other area scholar athletes this past Monday at Caribou High School.


Group Photo of the 2017/18 MSSM Track and Field Team.
Sarah Stackhouse

On Thursday, May 23rd, the MSSM community recognized our Track and Field team with the presentation of certificates and awards.

Coach Marie Beckum recognized the following individuals:

  • Most Valuable Person - Will Whitman & Dolcie Tanguay
  • Most Improved - Track: Rudy Ye & Rothery Sullivan
  • Most Improved - Field: Ryan Fitzmaurice & Victoria Eichorn
  • Coaches' Award - James Cyr & Madi McCarthy
  • Will to Win Award - Toben Streevy & Andie Rawson
2017/18 Nordic Ski Team group photo
Sarah Stackhouse

After a strong nordic season, this past Tuesday, March 27, the MSSM community took time to recognize our nordic skiers.

For Girls Awards-

  • MVP: Dolcie Tanguay
  • Coach's Award: Samantha Zwecker
  • Most Improved: Victoria Eichorn

For Boys Awards-

  • MVP: Harrison Walters
  • Coach's Award: James Cyr
  • Most Improved: Myles Benica
Samantha Zwecker

On Tuesday during Advisory Lunch the MSSM Volleyball players were recognized for their efforts

2017 - 2018 Boys group photo for Volleyball

throughout the season. The Most Valuable Player, Coach's Award, and Most Improved Awards were given during this time along with certificates for all who participated.

For the boys team (including comments from Coach Beaulieu):

MVP: Will Whitman was the recipient of the MVP Award for his reliability and consistency throughout the season. Will made the All-Aroostook team.

Coach's Award: Oliver Wainman received the Coach's Award. Oliver was early for every practice to help set up the net or to prepare. Oliver attended all open gym practices, and had great communication skills before, during, and after the season. He was a big part of the team's chemistry and success.

Most Improved: Reed Oestreicher was the recipient for the Most Improved Award. Reed wanted to know everything about volleyball and where to begin. He ended the season as a starter and an important front-row player.

2017 - 2018 Girls group photo for Volleyball

For the girls awards (including comments from Coach Beaulieu)-

MVP: Fariel LaMountain received the MVP Award for her outstanding reaction skills and knowledge of the game. She made All-Aroostook team.

Coach's Award: Samantha Zwecker was awarded the Coach's Award for her leadership qualities throughout the season. She was always early for practice and available to help the team with any concerns. She also had great communication skills throughout the season and had the loudest "stretch counting" that I have ever heard on a sports team.

Most Improved: Dolcie Tanguay was the Most Improved player due to her drive to learn about volleyball. Her progress throughout the season was definitely noticeable.

Great job, volleyball players!