Soroco High School post-season award winners
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — A pair of Soroco athletes were named all-state honorable mentions, while four others were named all-conference honorable mentions.
Additionally, one athlete on each team was granted the Ram Award, which is given to the male or female athlete that best exemplifies the qualities desired in all athletes who represent Soroco High School.
Senior basketball player Nick Estes was an all-state honorable mention, and an all-conference player, while senior Jesse Koler was an all-conference honorable mention and the Ram award winner. The pair helped the boys basketball team go 11-11 on the year.
Sophomore basketball player Kayedence Bruner was an all-state honorable mention and all-conference player, while senior Kourtney Bruner, junior Makinley Parker and sophomore Peyton Parker were all-conference honorable mentions. Kourtney won the Ram award on the team, helping the team go 15-9 and make it to regionals.
Junior Kody Logan and freshman McKenzie Clark were the state-qualifiers on the wrestling team. Logan finished sixth at the state championships and was the Ram award winner on the team.
Senior Bailey Iacovetto was the Ram award winner among the Soroco cheerleaders.
All-state honorable mention: Nick Estes, senior
All-conference: Nick Estes, senior
All-conference honorable mention: Jesse Koler, senior
All-state honorable mention: Kayedence Bruner, sophomore
All-conference: Kayedence Bruner, sophomore
All-conference honorable mention: Kourtney Bruner, senior; Makinley Parker, junior; Peyton Parker, sophomore
State qualifiers: Kody Logan, junior; McKenzie Clark, freshman
To reach Shelby Reardon, call 970-871-4253, email sreardon@SteamboatPilot.com or follow her on Twitter @ByShelbyReardon.
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