Booster Club awards student athletes
Special to the Tribune
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The South Tahoe Vikings Booster Club presented awards to many high school athletes in recognition of their achievements over the past year.
Riana Cerceo and Alexis Arens for their accomplishments on the Girls’ Varsity Dance team.
Both girls were captains, had outstanding performances and were instrumental in restarting the team this year
Brady Hiob, Danica Bunnett and Katie Sears were awarded for their achievements on the Alpine Ski team.
Hiob is a cross country state champion who has done very well with several top 15 results, and is always willing to do as coached.
Bunnett and Sears are freshman who have scored top 10 finishes and have team spirit.
Peter Pielaet-Strayer and Kory DiGrande were recognized for their achievements on the boys varsity basketball team.
Pielaet-Strayer was the team captain and a great leader.
DiGrande was the team’s best defender and gave 110 percent at all times The team took third place at the state championships.
Mel Sabac and Ellen Dupree were awarded for their achievements on the girls’ varsity basketball team. Both were team captains and leaders in effort and attitude.
Molly Cuthbertson was recognized for her achievements on the varsity cheer team as the heart and back-bone for the cheer team for the past four years.
Cody Shindelbower and Cameron Cason were acknowledged for their achievements on the boys varsity wrestling team.
They both were four-year varsity lettermen with ,more than a 100 wins for the school. Neither played any other sports their junior or senior years to dedicate themselves to wrestling. Both put in countless hours in the off season which paid of when they both qualified for state and Cameron placed second.
Tiffany Racz and Erik Cramer were awarded for their achievements on the Nordic ski team.
Both took on leadership roles this year when their former coach Scott Hudson passed away during the season. Both Racz and Cramer led by example, showing a strong work ethic, encouraging other team members and demonstrating a level of maturity beyond their years.
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