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Multiple Teams · Jimtown Fall Sports Awards Night


Awards NightJimtown High School held the Fall Sports Awards program on Thursday, November 16th.  The awards program is a chance to not only honor those standout athletes on the court, field, or track but also to recognize those student-athletes who exemplify the BEST of scholar-athletes during that season.  Pictured above are the MVP’s of the fall sports season:

Pictured are:
Front Row: (L-R):  Taylor Konrath, Volleyball Co-MVP, Cassidy Stose, Volleyball, Co-MVP, and Sideline Cheer MVP, Rose Moreland, Competition Cheer MVP, Mackenzie Lehman, Girls Golf MVP, Abi DeLaLuz, Girls Cross-County MVP
Back Row: (L-R):  Andrew O’Brien Boys Cross-Country MVP,  Hunter Whitman, Football Co-MVP,  Nic Weiss, Football Co-MVP,  Ben Clarke, Boys Tennis Co-MVP,  Holden Price, Boys Tennis Co-MVP

Jimtown is proud to have had the following major awards given out on Thursday night:

Football:

MVPs:                            Nic Weiss and Hunter Whitman

Mental Attitude               Austin Wise
Most Improved                Bryce Track
Cross-County:
Boys
MVP:                                        Andrew O’Brien
Most Improved:                        Adam Frye
Mental Attitude Award:            Stewart Truex, Josh Frye
                                                and Jonathan Wiggins 
                                                 (3 way tie)
Girls
MVP:                                       Abi DeLaLuz
Most Improved:                       Arianna Brotherton
Mental Attitude Award:           Charlotte Pendell
Volleyball:
MVP:                                     Cassidy Stose, Taylor Konrath                                                (2 way tie)
Most Improved:                     Sarah Gletty
Mental Attitude Award:          Anna Pope  
Sideline Cheer:
MVP:                                     Cassidy Stose
Most Improved:                     Morgan Weesner
Mental Attitude:                     Abby Trosper
Competition Cheer
MVP:                                     Rose Moreland
Most Improved:                     Taylor DeBroka
Mental Attitude Award:          Grace Crocker
Boys Tennis:
MVP:                                    Holden Price and Ben Clarke
Most Improved:                    Tim Gardner
Mental Attitude:                    Ben Clarke
Girls Golf:
MVP:                                 Mackenzie Lehman
Most Improved:                 Emily Jaskolka
Mental Attitude:                 Courtney Kohler

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At Jimtown we also pride ourselves on the fact that our athletes are held to a high standard on the field of competition, but also in the classroom.  Education-Based athletics are by nature designed to be an extension of what is happening in the classroom.  Athletics are just one more tool which can be used to achieve the mission of education at Jimtown High School toward our code of Leadership-Integrity–Responsibility and Respect.

Here are some statistics that were tracked this season for our athletes at Jimtown.  You can see that the athleSpring 009tes at Jimtown perform very well also in the classroom and in fact many times do better than the students as a whole (including those who do not engage with extra-curricular activities at Jimtown)

 

Football:

63  students on the roster

46 out of 63  made honor roll

Average GPA of entire team:  3.34 (up from 3.11 last fall)

Highest GPA on the team: Jacob Koets with a 4.33 (straight A+)

H.M. goes to Clay Campbell, Alec Schneider, Brandon Coble, Ethan Baker, Seth Crocker and Noah Madison all  with a 4.0 or higher                                    

Volleyball:   

28 students on the roster

21 out of 28 made honor roll

Average GPA of entire team:   3.586

Highest GPA on the team:  Anna Pope with a 4.283

H.M. goes to Bryanna Vanderwerf, Cassidy Stose, SueAnn Vandygriff, Camri Garretson, Liz Kallamani, Jessica Alvey and Allie Woods with a 4.0 or higher

Boys and Girls  Cross-Country:

23 students on the roster

21 out of 23 made honor roll

Average GPA of entire team:  3.602

Highest GPA on the team:  Breanna Austin and Jonathan Wiggins both with a 4.236

H.M. goes to Stewart Truex, Charlotte Pendell, Jenna Jaskolka, Coy Seegers who had 4.0 or higher

Boys Tennis:

25 students on the roster

21 out of 25 made the honor roll

Average GPA of the entire team: 3.514

Highest GPA on the team: Andrew Coble with a 4.236

H.M. goes to Nathan Hochstetler, Jonathan Sandoval, Ben Clarke, Holden Price, Triston Ingle, Sam Wort, and Preston Phillips  who were 4.0 or higher

Girls Golf:

6 students on the roster

4 out of 6  made the honor roll

Average GPA of the entire team: 3.375

Highest GPA on the team: Jenna Gillingham with a 4.141

Sideline Cheerleading:

24 students on the roster

19 out of 28 made the honor roll

Average GPA of the entire team: 3.622

Highest GPA on the team: Cami Landon with a 4.283

H.M. goes to Emma Clarke, Grace Crocker, McKenna Farrell, Elaina Hurtekant, Liz Kallamani and Carmella Kelly who were 4.0 or higher

Competition Cheerleading:

5 students on the roster

3 out of 5 made the honor roll

Average GPA of the entire team: 2.95

Highest GPA on the team:Grace Crocker with a 4.189

 

  • A total of 174 students were on athletic rosters for the fall of 2017-2018

 

  • 135 of the 174 made the honor roll on the last grading period—which is a minimum of 3.0.  

This is a percentage of 78% of all fall athletes at Jimtown High School are on the honor roll.

 

  • The average GPA of all 174 students who participated in athletics this fall:  3.436

 

  • The average GPA of all students at JHS including all those who did not participate in athletics: 2.93