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PHS athletic year concludes with all-sports banquet

PHS baseball team honors included, from left, Eddie Oyster and Dallas McCarty, co-offensive players of the year; Zak Wilson, defensive player of the year, and Trent Hollister, recipient of the Hustle Award. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
PHS baseball team honors included, from left, Eddie Oyster and Dallas McCarty, co-offensive players of the year; Zak Wilson, defensive player of the year, and Trent Hollister, recipient of the Hustle Award. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
The senior cheer trio at Pawhuska High School: (from left) Jeni Hendricks, Hunter Sutherland and Erin Long. In addition to cheering on the PHS squads, Hendricks and Sutherland both contributed significantly to the Lady Huskie soccer program. Sutherland also qualified for the state track meet while Hendricks was a state qualifier in tennis. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
The senior cheer trio at Pawhuska High School: (from left) Jeni Hendricks, Hunter Sutherland and Erin Long. In addition to cheering on the PHS squads, Hendricks and Sutherland both contributed significantly to the Lady Huskie soccer program. Sutherland also qualified for the state track meet while Hendricks was a state qualifier in tennis. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Pawhuska Huskie football honorees, from left, are: Zak Wilson, Back of the Year; junior Zalin Edwards, Top Receiver/DB; Lineman of the Year Jake Spicer, who also was presented with the Ormand Beach Award; Eddie Oyster, named the Most Valuable Player, and junior Taylor Priest, selected as the Most Improved Huskie. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Pawhuska Huskie football honorees, from left, are: Zak Wilson, Back of the Year; junior Zalin Edwards, Top Receiver/DB; Lineman of the Year Jake Spicer, who also was presented with the Ormand Beach Award; Eddie Oyster, named the Most Valuable Player, and junior Taylor Priest, selected as the Most Improved Huskie. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Pawhuska Lady Huskie basketball honorees, from left, include: Keylee Kirk, co-offensive player; Maloree Thompson, co-offensive player and Oren Terrill Excellence Award; Andie Sweeden, top defensive player; Kaylee Hambright, 6th Player; Tara Malaske, Spirit of Sport; Haley Malaske, 4D player; Skyla Graham, comeback player. Not pictured is Sadie Sellers, who received the outstanding service award. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Pawhuska Lady Huskie basketball honorees, from left, include: Keylee Kirk, co-offensive player; Maloree Thompson, co-offensive player and Oren Terrill Excellence Award; Andie Sweeden, top defensive player; Kaylee Hambright, 6th Player; Tara Malaske, Spirit of Sport; Haley Malaske, 4D player; Skyla Graham, comeback player. Not pictured is Sadie Sellers, who received the outstanding service award. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
The “Offensive Player of the Year” for the PHS boys’ basketball squad, Trey Rulo, left, transferred back to Pawhuska for his senior season and helped turn the Huskies into contenders. Zak Stone, center, the “Defensive Player of the Year,” joined with Rulo to give Pawhuska solid interior defense. A third senior player, Timmy Wann, received The Max Shuck Award for outstanding all-around contributions to the team. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
The “Offensive Player of the Year” for the PHS boys’ basketball squad, Trey Rulo, left, transferred back to Pawhuska for his senior season and helped turn the Huskies into contenders. Zak Stone, center, the “Defensive Player of the Year,” joined with Rulo to give Pawhuska solid interior defense. A third senior player, Timmy Wann, received The Max Shuck Award for outstanding all-around contributions to the team. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Lady Huskie soccer team award winners, from left, are: Jeni Hendricks, offensive player of the year; Hunter Sutherland, defensive player of the year; Stormee Avallone, most-improved player; and MVP, Morgan Waddle. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Lady Huskie soccer team award winners, from left, are: Jeni Hendricks, offensive player of the year; Hunter Sutherland, defensive player of the year; Stormee Avallone, most-improved player; and MVP, Morgan Waddle. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Whitney Hutson, left, was a standout four-year starter for the Pawhuska Lady Huskie softball squad. At the recent PHS all-sports banquet, Hutson was named as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year. Senior teammate Haylee Wilson, right, received the Defensive Player of the Year honor. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Whitney Hutson, left, was a standout four-year starter for the Pawhuska Lady Huskie softball squad. At the recent PHS all-sports banquet, Hutson was named as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year. Senior teammate Haylee Wilson, right, received the Defensive Player of the Year honor. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Trophy recipients as Pawhuska’s outstanding Special Olympics athletes were Catherine Kovac, at left, and Sean Reeves, on right. Presentation of the awards was made by head coach Carol Kelley. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Trophy recipients as Pawhuska’s outstanding Special Olympics athletes were Catherine Kovac, at left, and Sean Reeves, on right. Presentation of the awards was made by head coach Carol Kelley. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Track and field award winners from Pawhuska included outstanding senior girl Hunter Sutherland, center, shown here with the two state champions of the Huskie squad, (on left) Zak Stone, a high jump gold-medal winner who placed as runnerup in both long jump and pole vault, and took fourth at state in the 300-meter hurdles. At right is Timmy Wann, who claimed the state championship for pole vault. Lady Huskie freshman Haley Mauser, earned a fourth-place state medal in the girls’ high jump. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Track and field award winners from Pawhuska included outstanding senior girl Hunter Sutherland, center, shown here with the two state champions of the Huskie squad, (on left) Zak Stone, a high jump gold-medal winner who placed as runnerup in both long jump and pole vault, and took fourth at state in the 300-meter hurdles. At right is Timmy Wann, who claimed the state championship for pole vault. Lady Huskie freshman Haley Mauser, earned a fourth-place state medal in the girls’ high jump. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Special awards were presented to PHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes members, from left, Jeni Hendrix, Austin Waddle and Arin Anthony. FCA sponsor is coach James Factor. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Special awards were presented to PHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes members, from left, Jeni Hendrix, Austin Waddle and Arin Anthony. FCA sponsor is coach James Factor. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Outstanding Wrestler of the Year for PHS was Tucker Griffin, left, who earned the honor despite a season-ending injury. Trent Hollister, right, received the Smoot/Chambers Memorial Award in recognition of his work helping with the development of team members. Not pictured is the most-improved wrestler, Joe Pratt. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Outstanding Wrestler of the Year for PHS was Tucker Griffin, left, who earned the honor despite a season-ending injury. Trent Hollister, right, received the Smoot/Chambers Memorial Award in recognition of his work helping with the development of team members. Not pictured is the most-improved wrestler, Joe Pratt. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Pawhuska High School golf coach Monty Unruh presents the trophy for most-valuable golfer of the Lady Huskies to Erin Long. The PHS boys and girls golf squads both represented the school well despite lacking a local practice area. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital
Pawhuska High School golf coach Monty Unruh presents the trophy for most-valuable golfer of the Lady Huskies to Erin Long. The PHS boys and girls golf squads both represented the school well despite lacking a local practice area. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

The senior cheer trio at Pawhuska High School: (from left) Jeni Hendricks, Hunter Sutherland and Erin Long. In addition to cheering on the PHS squads, Hendricks and Sutherland both contributed significantly to the Lady Huskie soccer program. Sutherland also qualified for the state track meet while Hendricks was a state qualifier in tennis.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Pawhuska Huskie football honorees, from left, are: Zak Wilson, Back of the Year; junior Zalin Edwards, Top Receiver/DB; Lineman of the Year Jake Spicer, who also was presented with the Ormand Beach Award; Eddie Oyster, named the Most Valuable Player, and junior Taylor Priest, selected as the Most Improved Huskie.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Whitney Hutson, left, was a standout four-year starter for the Pawhuska Lady Huskie softball squad. At the recent PHS all-sports banquet, Hutson was named as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year. Senior teammate Haylee Wilson, right, received the Defensive Player of the Year honor.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

The “Offensive Player of the Year” for the PHS boys’ basketball squad, Trey Rulo, left, transferred back to Pawhuska for his senior season and helped turn the Huskies into contenders. Zak Stone, center, the “Defensive Player of the Year,” joined with Rulo to give Pawhuska solid interior defense. A third senior player, Timmy Wann, received The Max Shuck Award for outstanding all-around contributions to the team.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Pawhuska Lady Huskie basketball honorees, from left, include: Keylee Kirk, co-offensive player; Maloree Thompson, co-offensive player and Oren Terrill Excellence Award; Andie Sweeden, top defensive player; Kaylee Hambright, 6th Player; Tara Malaske, Spirit of Sport; Haley Malaske, 4D player; Skyla Graham, comeback player. Not pictured is Sadie Sellers, who received the outstanding service award.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Outstanding Wrestler of the Year for PHS was Tucker Griffin, left, who earned the honor despite a season-ending injury. Trent Hollister, right, received the Smoot/Chambers Memorial Award in recognition of his work helping with the development of team members. Not pictured is the most-improved wrestler, Joe Pratt.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Lady Huskie soccer team award winners, from left, are: Jeni Hendricks, offensive player of the year; Hunter Sutherland, defensive player of the year; Stormee Avallone, most-improved player; and MVP, Morgan Waddle.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

PHS baseball team honors included, from left, Eddie Oyster and Dallas McCarty, co-offensive players of the year; Zak Wilson, defensive player of the year, and Trent Hollister, recipient of the Hustle Award.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Track and field award winners from Pawhuska included outstanding senior girl Hunter Sutherland, center, shown here with the two state champions of the Huskie squad, (on left) Zak Stone, a high jump gold-medal winner who placed as runnerup in both long jump and pole vault, and took fourth at state in the 300-meter hurdles. At right is Timmy Wann, who claimed the state championship for pole vault. Lady Huskie freshman Haley Mauser, earned a fourth-place state medal in the girls’ high jump.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Special awards were presented to PHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes members, from left, Jeni Hendrix, Austin Waddle and Arin Anthony. FCA sponsor is coach James Factor.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Trophy recipients as Pawhuska’s outstanding Special Olympics athletes were Catherine Kovac, at left, and Sean Reeves, on right. Presentation of the awards was made by head coach Carol Kelley.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Pawhuska High School golf coach Monty Unruh presents the trophy for most-valuable golfer of the Lady Huskies to Erin Long. The PHS boys and girls golf squads both represented the school well despite lacking a local practice area.

Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

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