When Billy Biehl
and Kassidy Scott don their uniforms, the maroon and gold canít look any
physical attributes are obvious, itís the passion and hard work they exhibit
during every minute of every event and every practice that sets them apart.
Thatís why each of
them was named the CHS Senior Athlete of the Year at the 2015 Spring Sports
Awards Program on Wednesday night.
Biehl earned eight
varsity letters at CHS in Soccer and Track, was a state medalist in track
five times and was a part of the state champion 4x800 team as a junior.
A three-time MVP in
soccer and the mental attitude award winner as a junior, Biehl was also
Duneland Athletic Conference MVP as a senior. He was also part of three
Sectional title teams and one Regional championship team.
All-Conference selection in soccer and track, Biehl owns three school
records in track and is a two-time All-State selection in both soccer and
track. The senior was also a three-time All-District selection in soccer.
Scott earned 12
varsity letters and 12 scholar-athlete awards as a three-sport athlete all
four years at CHS.
All-Conference selection in track and an All-Conference selection in cross
country, Scott won the Mental Attitude Award in both cross country and track
and was named track MVP as a junior.
All-State selection three times, Scott has also earned the Heather Bearup
Award in track, Larry James Award in cross country, Leonard Tengblad Award
in cross country and the Junk Yard Dog Award in cross country.
Director Garry Nallenweg also honored three-sport athletes on Wednesday
included freshmen Annika Babcock (volleyball, basketball, track), Elizabeth
Canright (cross country, swimming, track), Zackary Jones (football,
swimming, baseball), Kylie Mercier (cross country, swimming, track),
Benjamin Raffin (football, basketball, track), Tessa Tilden (volleyball,
basketball, softball), Madison Wilson (soccer, basketball, track) and
Kirsten Wozniak (cross country, gymnastics, track).
Drew Berry (cross country, basketball, track) and Trevor Petersen (cross
country, swimming, track).
Victoria Bain (cross country, gymnastics, track), Daniel Cutter (football,
wrestling, track), Kathryn Goysich (cheerleading, gymnastics, track) and Joe
Stento (football, wrestling, track).
athletes included Megan Kerkes (golf, basketball, track), Natalie Petro
(soccer, basketball, tennis), Kassidy Scott (cross country, basketball,
track), Kaylee Slont (cross country, swimming, track) and Jordan Wadding
(soccer, basketball, softball).