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Proctor Athletics: Winter Award Winners 2024

Scott Allenby

As the winter season concludes, we reflect on the past three months and the tireless efforts of coaches, athletic trainers, athletic staff, ski area crew, hockey rink staff, and students. The winter athletic season requires a remarkable amount of energy and commitment, and we are so thankful for all those who made this winter successful. 

While the scoreboard was not always in our favor, keeping our eyes set on the lessons taught and relationships developed through sport reminds us why we commit the time, energy, and resources to our athletic programs. Thank you to everyone that made the winter season happen, and to the staff at the Proctor Broadcasting Network for working tirelessly to provide livestreams of all home athletic contests. 

During end of season gatherings, teams recognized individual award recipients. Congratulations to the following award winners. 

Marvin Award Winners

The Marvin Award is given each season to two students who are new to Proctor for their leadership, sportsmanship, and ability. This winter's Marvin Award recipients are Katie Grady '27 and Scottie Connors '26. Below are words shared by their coaches.

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Katie Grady – Hockey

New to the varsity girls' hockey team this season, Katie earned her first start -- and her first win -- against Middlesex School.  It was an intense contest, proving not only her ability between the pipes but also revealing her unflappable and unwavering mental focus.  She possesses excellent technique and rebound control in the crease.  She competes with intensity.  Throughout the season, Katie has made the most of every start for the team as her calm demeanor provides a sense of stability and positions teammates for success. Daily, she arrives to practice wearing a smile on her face, underpinned by a desire to improve as a player.  Katie has brought positive energy to our team throughout the year and consistently shows up for her teammates.

Scotty Connors – USSS/FIS Skiing

Scotty's positive impact on the U16 team cannot be overstated. His work ethic and athletic ability led him to four podium finishes this season, including two GS victories, establishing him as one of the top U16 skiers in the East.  He elevates the level of competition and effort within the group, and his lead-by-example style has pushed his peers to regularly commit their best effort on the hill. 

It is not only Scotty's speed that propels his teammates but also his attitude. He is committed to ski racing, which is evidenced by the amount of time and care he invests in tuning his skis; listening to and receiving feedback from coaches; and watching film every day -- not just film of himself. He will participate in film sessions that don't even include him skiing.  Scotty makes it cool to care, and he has inspired the boys' U16 squad to remain focused throughout the season by contributing to a team culture that rewards hard work. 

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Boys Varsity Basketball

Most Valuable Player – Chris Chol ‘25
Coaches’ Award – Elijah Torres ‘24

Boys JV Basketball

Most Valuable Player – Theo Webster ‘26
Teammate Award – Myles Saint Louis ‘25

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Girls Varsity Basketball

Coaches’ Award – Kyara Cruz ‘25
Most Outstanding Player – Mia Canales ‘25

Girls JV Basketball

Coaches’ Award – Indira McIntyre ‘25
Most Improved Player - Huyên Nguyen 

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Boys Varsity Hockey

Wright Hockey Award - Jack Fickenscher '24
Senior Leadership Award - Ty Gwatkin '24 
Comeback Player Award - Nolan Davis '24 

Boys JV Hockey

Coaches’ Award – Joe Neilon ‘27
Most Improved Player – Patrick Moore ‘25

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Girls Varsity Hockey

Most Valuable Player – Jodie Gratton ‘24
Coaches’ Award – Sally Sweeney ‘24
Wright Hockey Award – Viltaute Jasineviciute ‘26

Girls JV Hockey

Most Improved Player – Lily Krehbiel ‘25
Link of the Locker Room – Adelyn Pine ‘25

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Alpine Skiing

Most Improved Skier – Rose Bertram ‘24
Coaches’ Award – Rohan Goswami ‘24
Captains' Award – Claire Sargent '26

Eastern Skiing 

Watson Coaches' Award - Cole Doolittle '24
U16 Most Outstanding Skiers - Brooke Bemis '27 and Scott Connors '26
U16 Coaches' Award - Sam Scott '26
U19 Most Outstanding Skiers - Rayanna Wagaman '26 and Connor Roy '24
U19 Coaches' Award - Hanna Krampl '25
U19 Most Improved Award - Hap Pederson '24 

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Nordic Skiing

Most Valuable Skier – Niko Cole-Johnson ‘25, Noah Gardner ‘25

Freeride

Coaches’ Award – Lily Zhang ‘24 

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