The York Cougars held their Winter Sports Banquet on Wednesday night and presented individual awards in basketball, wrestling and cheerleading. Athletics director Steve Boyd also recognized the Cougars who were named to the All-Region 3-AAAA teams. Among those:
Most Dedicated - Kaitlyn Spires. Most Spirited - Alyssa Queen. Sportsmanship Award - Karla Sanchez. Academic Award - Katie Logue. Coach’s Award - Ashley Terry and Julie Comer.
Most Spirited - Brooklyn White. Most Dedicated - Emery Carr. Coach’s Award - Reagan Queen.
Varsity Girls Basketball
Best Defense - Najha Feemster. Barbara Neely Heart & Hustle Award - Hannah Cassell and A’keisha McClure. Most Improved Heather Pumphrey. Cougar Pride - Carrie Lee Lancaster.
JV Girls Basketball
Most Improved - Kalinda Williams. Hustle Award - Emalee Smith. Coach’s Award - Halle West.
9th Grade Boys Basketball
Academic Award - Myles Prosser. Most Promising Player - Wally Wilmore.
JV Boys Basketball
Academic Award - Michael Spratley. Most Promising Player - Armand Pendergrass.
Varsity Boys Basketball
Academic Award - Bryson Stephenson. Hustle Award - Taye McConnell. Coach’s Award - Jerome Pettiway.
Cougar Award - Bryce Stone. Wrestler of the Year - Dalton Zurick.
Most Improved - Jake Beverly. Wrestler of the Year - Cole Rumfelt. Cougar Award - Chance Kelly. Coach’s Award - Michael Avore.
All Region 3-AAAA
Boys Basketball - Deshaw Andrews and Daurice Simpson. Girls Basketball - Carrie Lee Lancaster. Wrestling - Cole Rumfelt.
Providence Day 6, Fort Mill 2: Providence Day defeated the host Yellow Jackets in nonregion action.
Wyatt Phillips and Mitch Russell each scored a goal for Fort Mill in the loss.
Westminster Catawba 27, United Faith 0: Sam Holtel and Triston Thomas led the host Indians to a win.
Cole Bagley got the win. United Faith’s Norton took the loss.
Leading hitters: Westminster Catawba - Sam Holtel 7 RBI, Triston Thomas 4 RBI.