Long County High School’s recent fall sports banquet honored athletes who participated in softball, cheerleading, football and cross country. Last week the Courier featured the cross-country and football teams. Today the softball and football cheerleading squads take center stage.
Softball: Kelby Manning was named Best Offensive Player of the Year. Audrey Hulvey was named Most Improved Player of the Year. Erica Golden took home the Academic Achievement Award for 2010 for outstanding work in the classroom. She also won the Coaches Award.
Kayla Mills was named Defensive player of the Year and Most Valuable Player. She also was named the All-Region 2AA first team as a pitcher.
Football cheerleading: Mary Moses was named Most Dedicated; Tyann Brown earned Most Improved; and Shelby Kuzlik won Most Spirited. Blue Tide awards went to Destiny Fowler and Jasmine Calhoun. For her achievement in the classroom, Kirshana Calhoun won the Academic Achievement Award for 2010.
Long County athletic director Karen Swindell said all the athletes who participated in softball, football, cross country and cheerleading did a good job.