The Athletics department honored our fall athletes with the 2023 Fall Sports Awards during the Upper School’s X-period on Thursday, December 14.
Three awards for each sport were given: The Board Award, the Coaches Award, and the Most Improved Award.
The Board Award is recognized as a team’s highest award and is given to the player that contributed the most to the varsity program in terms of leadership, dedication, and performance. This award winner is forever recognized on the sport’s award board that hangs in Gardner Gymnasium. This award is voted on by the players and coaches.
The Coaches Award is awarded to the player that demonstrates great leadership and sportsmanship, and contributes significantly to the success of the team as selected by the coaches.
The Most Improved Award is given to the player that demonstrates the greatest improvement in performance and/or leadership over the course of the season as selected by vote of the coaches and players.
Girls Cross Country Awards
Board Award – Hailey Hack
Coaches Award – Briah Hawker
Most Improved Award – Paige Daniels
Boys Cross Country Awards
Board Award – Ryan Shaps
Coaches Award – Alston Williams
Most Improved Award – Adam Dockstader
Field Hockey Awards
The Tway Field Hockey Board Award – Kennedy Harcourt
Coaches Award – Avery Yerasimides
Most Improved Award – Darrah Handmaker
The Robertson Trophy Board Award – Kassani Wilson
Coaches Award – Michael Raider
Most Improved Award – Kris Mandy
Girls Golf Awards
Board Award – Lainey Terlau
Coaches Award – Olivia Sisk
Most Improved Award – Nora Liu
Boys Golf Awards
Board Award – Gage Mizuguchi
Coaches Award – Grayson Hayden
Most Improved Award – Maverick Mead
Girls Soccer Awards
Board Award – Sonia Djurasovic
Coaches Award – Aspen Caudill
Most Improved Award – Olivia Thurman
Boys Soccer Awards
The David Michael Memorial Board Award – Baxter Hurt
Coaches Award – Kareem Draw
Most Improved Award – Adam Chaker & Pasha Dashti
The Joe Sorrell Volleyball Board Award – Minhal Nazeer
Kentucky Country Day School is a private JK–12, coeducational school located on a spacious 80+ acre campus in Louisville, KY. KCD combines a rigorous academic program with a wide variety of athletic and extracurricular programs. Our outstanding faculty creates an intimate learning environment that is both challenging and supportive.