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Winter sports awards ceremony held at Burns High School

Girls basketball special award winners (L-R) Mileah Skunkcap, Oakley West, Carli Feist, Catherine Clemens.
Girls basketball special award winners (L-R) Mileah Skunkcap, Oakley West, Carli Feist, Catherine Clemens.

Burns High School hosted the winter sports awards ceremony Monday, March 14, to recognize and honor the student-athletes who participated in basketball, wrestling, dance and cheerleading over the past few months.

Coaches introduced their participants and presented certificates and awards. Special awards went to the following participants:


Girls basketball

Most Promising Freshman — Mileah Skunkcap

Most Improved Player — Oakley West

Wrestling special award winners (L-R) Evan Gunderson, Ian Maupin, Dallon Higgins. Not pictured: Jonathan Schmeck.
Wrestling special award winners (L-R) Evan Gunderson, Ian Maupin, Dallon Higgins. Not pictured: Jonathan Schmeck.

Most Inspirational Player — Carli Feist

Most Valuable Player — Catherine Clemens

Boys basketball

Most Promising Freshman — Cade Tiller

Most Improved Player — Scott Davies

Most Inspirational Player — Ty Wayne Reid

Most Outstanding Player — Trace Tiller and Ty Hueckman

 

Cheer squad special award winners (L-R) Layle Bennett, Ashlie Presley, Lily Wilcox, Alyssa Burri, Mackenzie Moulton. Not pictured: Ellie Burri.
Cheer squad special award winners (L-R) Layle Bennett, Ashlie Presley, Lily Wilcox, Alyssa Burri, Mackenzie Moulton. Not pictured: Ellie Burri.

Wrestling

Most Improved — Ian Maupin

Outstanding Underclassman — Evan Gunderson

Outstanding Upperclassman — Dallon Higgins

Jeremy Johnson Most Heart Award — Jonathan Schmeck

Cheer squad

Most Improved — Ashlie Presley

Most Outstanding — Mackenzie Moulton

 

Captain’s Award — Lily Wilcox

Dance special award winner Mackenzie Moulton.
Dance special award winner Mackenzie Moulton.

Flyer Award — Ellie Burri

Base Award — Layle Bennett, Alyssa Burri

Dance team

Tiny Dancer Award — Mackenzie Moulton

Randy Parks

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Randy was born in Iowa, and spent most of his life growing up in the Hawkeye State. After a few years in college, he settled in Idaho for a decade, skiing, golfing, and working at Sun Valley Resort. He married in 1985, completed broadcast school, and moved to Harney County in 1989 to work for KZZR. After 16 years of on-air work, he left the radio station and went to work for the Burns Times-Herald.

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