Washington sports awarded for successful spring

Published 4:21 pm Monday, June 10, 2019

The Washington High School Pam Pack celebrated each spring sports season recently to commemorate a successful year. The Pam Pack secured another Wells Fargo Cup title for its division this spring, and every spring sport advanced into the state playoffs. Awards for their respective teams are as follows:



All-Conference, Mason Weaver, Jeremiah Moore, Hunter Hall, Logan Everette; Conference Player of the Year, Hunter Hall; Pitcher of the Year, Hunter Hall;



All-Conference, Summer Campbell, Sydney Keech, Desiree Maurizzio, Abbi Tucker, Emme Davis; Eastern Carolina 2A Player of the Year, Summer Campbell; Eastern Carolina Pitcher of the Year, Abbi Tucker; EC Coach of the Year, Doug Whitehead; Offensive Award, Summer Campbell; Defensive Award, Emme Davis; Most Valuable Player Award, Abbi Tucker; Coaches Award, Lily Wright.

STRIDING IN: Washington’s Summer Campbell glides into third base standing against Roanoke Rapids earlier this season. Campbell was awarded multiple season awards, including 2A Eastern Carolina Conference Player of the Year and Offensive MVP. (Sean Finnerty / Daily News)


All-Conference, Rebecca Zerniak, Alyssa Villegas, Alice Jones, Claire Shepherd, Madison Black, Lilly Frances Lobos; Defensive Player of the Year, Madison Black; Offensive Player of the Year, Lilly Frances Lobos; Most Valuable Player, Alyssa Villegas; Most Improved Player, Hanna Respess; Conference Player of the Year, Lilly Frances Lobos;



State Qualifiers: Michael Reid, Kizoria Redmond, Ashanti Booth, Nykaya Ebron and Kimaja Spencer; Conference Co-Runner of the Year, Dawson Cox; Boys’ overall record, 36-1, in past two seasons; Girls’ overall record, 32-4, in past two seasons;



State Tournament Qualifiers, Jackson Paul, Graham Parker, Jackson Cournoyer and John Hinsley;


OFF THE BEACH: Pam Pack senior golfer Jackson Cournoyer lifts the ball out of the sand and onto the green earlier this season. Cournoyer was one of four golfers to advance to State. (Mitchell Thomas / Daily News)