2022 RCHS Spring Sports Awards

The Rushville Consolidated High School Athletic Department held the annual spring sports awards program in Memorial Gym. Special award winners for the girls included: Softball – Kara Chandler (Golden Glove and All-EIAC, Molly Zachery (Heart of a Lady Lion), Grace Muir (Leadership and All-EIAC), Rochelle Meyer (Most Improved), Briley Munchel (Game Changer); Tennis – Jin Calaf (Most Varsity Wins), Audrey Gulley (Mental Attitude and EIAC Academic), Cora Emory (Most Improved), Megan Alexander (Sportsmanship), Isabella Wilson (EIAC Academic), Olivia Yager (EIAC Academic); Track – Heaven Denney (Heart of a Lion), Lilly Krodel (Track Runner of the Year), Cyndi Tush (Field Athlete of the Year and EIAC Academic), Jeanna Lawler (Rookie of the Year), Anne Thoman (Mental Attitude), Jocelyn Cain (EIAC Academic), Meredith Lawrence (EIAC Academic), Mia Norvell (EIAC Academic), Gabrielle Pavey (EIAC Academic) and Katie Ripberger (EIAC Academic). Special award winners for the boys included: Golf – Sam Smith (Medalist and All-EIAC), Jack Laker (Most Improved), Devin Richardson (Heart of a Lion), Aiden Philpot (Rookie of the Year); Baseball – Adam Sizemore (MVP and All-EIAC), John Alexander (BMA), Bryce Berkemeier (Highest Batting Average and All-EIAC), Harley Fuller (Best Defensive Player, Jack Barnes (Most Stolen Bases); Track – Jonathan Starke (Heart of a Lion and EIAC Academic), Kyle Stanley (Track Runner of the Year – Distance and All-EIAC), Harper Miller (Track Runner of the Year – Sprints), Trenton Dyer (Field Athlete of the Year), Elijah Biggs (Newcomer of the Year), Carter Tague (Field Athlete of the Year – Long Jump), and Ashton Reece (EIAC Academic).

2022 RCHS Spring Sports Awards