The Bryan County High School track and field program handed out awards at a ceremony earlier this week.
The following were given:
Sprinters of the Year: Shaliyah Fabin and Dominique Mock
Middle Distance Runners of the Year: Lindsay Bowen and Tre Smith
Distance Runners of the Year: Amy Rountree and Jabari Fields
Hurdlers of the Year: Alli Thompson and Quran George
Jumpers of the Year: Lianna Shuman and Nick Wilkerson
Throwers of the Year: Kaylee Perks and Damion Dixon
Rookies of the Year: Delanee McFarland and Dominique Mock
Most Improved: Lianna Shuman and Tre Smith
School Records: Alli Thompson (100 Meter Hurdles & Pole Vault) and Damion Dixon (Discus)
High Point Awards: Alli Thompson and Quran George
Gordon top offensive player
Richmond Hill High School junior Sh’Nia Gordon was recently named the top offensive player in Region 3-AAAAA girls’ soccer by region coaches.
Gordon was the Lady Wildcats’ leading scorer with 29 goals and four assists. She was
one of four Lady Wildcats to make first-team All Region. Also earning first-team honors were juniors Casey Qua and Jasmine Marquez. and sophomore Sabria Marquez.
Richmond Hill finished 17-4 and advanced to the state Class AAAAA quarterfinals this season.
Of note: Former RHHS football and wrestling coach and a former soccer assistant Brian Brocato was named co-coach of the year after helping lead Windsor Forest to the girls’ state tournament. He shared that honor with Glynn Academy’s Tom Lemmon.
Heiser top offensive player, too
Coaches named Richmond Hill High School’s Joel Heiser was named the mosst outstanding offensive player in boys’ Region 3-AAAAA soccer.
Heiser scored six goals and had eight assists for the Wildcats, who finished 14-6 and made the state playoffs.
Also earning first-team All-Region honors for the Wildcats were Bear Echols, who recently signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Mars Hill College, Trey Collins and Evan Schofield.
Second-team picks were Clay Messinger, Daniel Zoufal, Nathan Skaggs and Brandon Olsen.
— Staff report