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BJHS honors students

BRADFORD — Bradford Junior High School students were honored May 14 for their accomplishments during the 2012-2013 school year. Those receiving recognition were as follows:

Seventh- and eighth-grade volleyball: Most Improved - Delaney Johnston and Sam Weir; Most Valuable - Emma Slichenmyer and Brianna Endress; Coaches Award - Delaney Kazubowski and Jenna Ehnle; Panther Hustle - Jessica Sears and Laura Rouse.

Fifth- and sixth-grade volleyball: Most Improved - Kaitlin Vainowski; Most Valuable - McKenzie Coleman; Coaches Award - Jessica Wright.

Seventh- and eighth-grade boys basketball: Most Improved - Ethan Scott and Todd Reay; Most Valuable - Robert Rouse and Brock Stotler; Coaches Award - Michael Perez and Gavin Smith; Panther Hustle - Joe Bennett and C.J. Piper; Best Offense - Jarred Stevens and Jared Code; Best Defense - Corbin Walsh and Dalton Hancher.

Fifth- and sixth-grade boys basketball: Most Improved - Colby Wall; Most Valuable - Tucker Hartz; Coaches Award - Zach Piper.

Seventh- and eighth-grade girls Basketball: Most Improved - Kendra Selby and Sam Weir; Most Valuable -Delaney Johnston and Brianna Endress; Coaches Award - Ashley Estes and Alissa Johnson; Panther Hustle - Brittney Stoner and Jenna Ehnle; Best Offense - Abby Stotler and Laura Rouse; and Best Defense - Emma Slichenmyer and Sam Wall.

Fifth- and sixth-grad girls basketball: Most Improved - Tiffany Durbin; Most Valuable - Natalie Murphy; Coaches Award - Cheyanne Bennett.

Seventh-grade cheerleading: All-Around Athlete - Emma Slichenmyer; Best Team Player - Kendra Selby; Most Team Spirit - McKenna Birkett; and Most Improved - Jessica Wright.

Eighth-grade cheerleading: All-Around Athlete - Natasha Mueller; Best Team Player: Brianna Endress; Most Team Spirit: April Atkins; and Most Improved - Sam Weir.

Girls track: Most Improved - Kaitlin Vainowski and the 4x200 relay of Jenna Ehnle, Savannah Wall, Hannah Dries, and Brianna Endress; Most Valuable - Emma Slichenmyer and Savannah Wall; Coaches Award - McKenzie Coleman and Ashley Estes.

Boys track: Most Improved - Scott Weir and Landen Hoffert; Most Valuable - Corbin Walsh and Michael Perez; and Coaches Award - Colby Wall and Brock Stotler.

Scholastic Bowl: Most toss-ups - Jared Code; Captain - Jared Code; Scholastic Spirit - Jared Code; Most Improved - Kendra Selby; General Information -Todd Reay; Math - Dalton Hancher; Language Arts - April Atkins; Science - Kendra Selby; Social Studies - Brianna Endress.

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