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Awards Banquet celebrates winter athletes and spring sports ramp up

As the spring sports continue to prepare for the start of their non-league schedule, we took time last night to celebrate the wonderful accomplishments of our basketball, soccer, and water polo teams at the Winter Sports Banquet. Once again the Booster Club sponsored a delicious meal from Porta Via and then athletes were honored from the three sports. 
Here is a list of our special award winners:

Basketball
Varsity Most Valuable Player: Julia Domingo ’21
Varsity Offensive Player of the Year: Lauren Robles ’20
Varsity Defensive Player of the Year: Keara Keelty ’21
Varsity Most Improved Player: Sally Pontrelli ’21
Varsity Coaches Award: Lauren Clawson ’20

Junior Varsity Most Valuable Player: Rebecca Leiva ’22
Junior Varsity Offensive Player of the Year: Piper West ’22
Junior Varsity Defensive Player of the Year: Natalie Boutros ’22
Junior Varsity Most Improved Player: Joan Giordano ’22
Junior Varsity Coaches Award: Siobhan Clancy ’22

Soccer
Varsity Most Valuable Player: Chloe Powell ’21
Varsity Offensive Player of the Year: Nadia O’Reilly ’20
Varsity Defensive Player of the Year: Francesca Agliolo ’23
Varsity Most Improved Player: Hanna Lee ’22
Varsity Coaches Award: Hayley Eaves ’20
 
JV Red Most Valuable Player: Paloma Torres ’20
JV Red Offensive Player of the Year: Ella Barbee ’22
JV Red Defensive Player of the Year: Ava Alms ’22
JV Red Most Improved Player: Kate Grinnell ’23
JV Red Coaches Award: Yasmeen Elrabat ’23
 
JV White Most Valuable Player: Emma Watson ’23
JV White Offensive Player of the Year: Haley Kruger ’22
JV White Defensive Player of the Year: Lola Olivarez ’23
JV White Most Improved Player: Rachel Towner ’23
JV White Coaches Award: Jordan Kona ’23
 
Water Polo
Varsity Most Valuable Player: Audrey Bland ’20
Varsity Offensive Player of the Year: Kate Thompson ’22
Varsity Defensive Player of the Year: Daniela Bachman ’20
Varsity Most Improved Player: Mia Pippert ’21
Varsity Coaches Award: Lucy Howell ’20

This weekend, the softball team will finish play (weather permitting) in the San Marino Tournament tomorrow, after going 1-2 last weekend. And the swim & dive team kicks off their season at the Riverside Poly Invitational tomorrow—should be a cold and rainy day out in Riverside.

Good luck Cubs!

Steve Bergen
Athletic Director
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Established in 1931, Mayfield Senior School in Pasadena, CA is a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for young women grades 9-12. Noted for its rigorous academic program, which includes 21 Advanced Placement and Honors courses, Mayfield’s curriculum is underscored by a philosophy of educating the “whole child,” which also encourages commitment to and excellence in the arts, athletics, community service and spiritual growth. The nurturing environment at Mayfield Senior School allows each student to flourish in an atmosphere of personal attention.