Trinity Lutheran holds spring awards program

Trinity Lutheran High School held its year-ending spring sports awards program Monday at the Bollinger Athletic Complex.

Each team was introduced by its coach to the crowd before awards were handed out.

The Cougars’ girls tennis team finished 5-12 under head coach Mark Voss.

Freshman Regan Cain, who played No. 3 singles for the Cougars, was named the team’s MVP.

Seniors Abby Schult and Lauren Fletwood shared both the Cougar and Senior Award and manager Pierce McCammon was also presented a senior plaque.

The most improved player was junior Sarah Hayes.

The Cougars’ boys golf team wrapped up its season in the morning at sectional before making it to the awards program.

Trinity, coached by Greg Personett, finished sixth at sectional.

Four seniors swept the Cougars’ golf awards. Jacob Keith was the Cougars’ MVP, Josiah Foster took home most improved, and Mark Shoemaker was the Cougar Award winner. Ryland Nierman, Foster, Keith, and Shoemaker were senior award-winners.

The track and field teams, coached by Caleb Tormoehlen, named Maddie Bell and A.J. Goecker the most valuable athletes.

Mya Lindrtoh and Ricky Castro were most improve and Cougars Awards went to Ruthie Bingham and Jordan Peters.

Goecker and Riley Bartells received senior awards.

Trinity’s softball team, under first-year coach Bob Tabeling, went 9-10.

Savannah Harweger, Genesis Munoz and Kamzi Grosss shared Most Valuable Player honors. Harweger also took home a senior award.

The most improved players were Bailey Reynolds and Sidney Hoene, and Jaryn Holtsclaw received the Cougar Award.

The Cougars’ baseball team went 12-12 under first-year coach Ben Kleber The Cougars defeated Orleans in the Sectional 61 Championship before falling to Barr-Reeve in the regional semifinals at Loogootee.

Sophomores Tyler Goecker and Jack Marksberry shared MVP honors.

The most improved player was Hunter Morgan and Noah Voelker received the Cougar Award.