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Worcester Prep presents winter sports awards

Mar 21, 2014
Source: Submitted

Worcester Preparatory School recently rewarded student-athletes with winter sports awards. Shown are in back (l-r) Sophie Brennan of Salisbury, Md., coach’s award, varsity basketball; Jack Pedigo of Lewes, most improved, varsity basketball; Matt Reilly of Selbyville, coach’s award, varsity basketball; Ryan Nally of Ocean View, most valuable player, varsity basketball; and Meg Lingo of Rehoboth Beach, most improved, varsity basketball.

In front are Kristen Shriver of Salisbury, most valuable player, varsity basketball; Jenn Karsli of Ocean City, Md., most spirited, cheerleading; Madison O’Malley of Berlin, Md., coach’s award, cheerleading; and Lauren Dykes of Berlin, most improved, cheerleading.


Winners of junior varsity awards are in back (l-r) Nick Curtis of Bethany Beach, most valuable player, basketball; Ross Dickerson of Ocean City, Md., coach’s award, basketball; and Brad White of Lewes, most improved, basketball.In front are Olivia Bescak of Ocean Pines, Md., most improved, basketball; Kathleen Emche of Ocean Pines, coach’s award, basketball; and Regan Lingo of Rehoboth Beach, most valuable player, basketball. (Source: Submitted)
At the Worcester Prep Winter Sports Awards Assembly for Grades 9-12, some of the student athletes in the audience are in back (l-r) Erik Zorn of Ocean City, Md.; Wyatt Richins of Ocean Pines, Md.; Jordan Osias of Bethany Beach; Matt Reilly of Selbyville; and Jack Marshall of Salisbury, Md. In front are Ross Dickerson of Ocean City; Max Bisaha of Ocean View; Brad White of Lewes; and Owen Nally of Ocean View. (Source: Submitted)
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