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Fuqua’s 2017 Fall Sports Awards

Fuqua School recently announced the recipients of its 2017 Fall Sports Awards. Pictured above, Fuqua senior varsity football standout Michael Davis, left, shares a moment with Assistant Coach Tommy “Pops” Manis as Davis receives the Offensive Line MVP honor. For varsity football, Billy French was named Team MVP, Ben Bailey was named Offensive MVP, Elijah Warner was named Defensive MVP, Davis was named Offensive Line MVP, Warren Dabney was named Defensive Line MVP and Nicholas Traywick was named Most Improved. For junior varsity (JV) football, Maureon Tisdale-Couch received the Best Offense Award, Jackson Allen received the Best Defense Award and Easton Gilley and George Magnotti each earned Most Improved awards. For middle school girls volleyball, Aubrie Jefferson was named MVP, and Grace Mau received the Coach’s Award. For JV girls volleyball, Sophie Watson was named MVP, and Brooke Coleman received the Leadership Award. For varsity girls volleyball, Elizabeth Hall was named Most Improved, Hannah-Gray Schmidt was named Offensive Player of the Year and Jordyn Harris and Lexi Marzloff were named Co-MVPs. For cross country, the MVP honor went to Harper Melton, and the Coach’s Award went to James Minix. For varsity girls tennis, Catherine Rutherford received the Coach’s Award, and Savannah Mahan received the Leadership Award. For varsity cheer, Team awards went to Ashley Handy, Gracie Hodges and Kaitlyn Morgan. For JV cheer, Team awards went to Mallory Brown and Margaret Grace Patterson. (To nominate your favorite team or standout group for High Five!, email a photograph and names of people pictured to HighFive@FarmvilleHerald.com.)