Nikolaevsk School presents 2013-2014 athletic awards

The following awards were presented by Coach Bea Klaich to Nikolaevsk students for athletic achievements during the 2013-2014 school year:

Mixed 6 volleyball

First-time letter: Jaruby Nelson, Serafima Kalugin, Greg Trail, Megan Hickman, Jonah Fefelov

Service bars: Nianiella Dorvall, Anthony Yakunin, Kilina Klaich

Captains: Nianiella Dorvall Anthony Yakunin

Most improved: Megan Hickman

Best defense: Kilina Klaich

Best all around: Anthony Yakunin

MVP: Nianiella Dorvall

Basketball

First-time letter: Vera Fefelov

Service bars: Nianiella Dorvall, Sophia Kalugin, Kilina Klaich, Serafima Kalugin, Kayla Stafford, Megan Hickman

Captain pin: Kayla Stafford

Co-captain pin: Serafima Kalugin

Most improved: Serafima Kalugin

Outstanding offense: Sophia Kalugin

Best defense: Kayla Stafford

MVP: Nianiella Dorvall

Special award for going to state in three sports: Megan Hickman and Greg Trail

Female athlete of the year: Megan Hickman, for cross country, volleyball and basketball

The following awards were presented by Coach Steve Klaich to Nikolaevsk students for athletic achievements during the 2013-2014 school year:

Basketball (high school)

First letter: Nikit Fefelov, Jonah Fefelov, Jaruby Nelson, Felemon Molodih

Lettering and receiving service bar: Neil Gordeev; Anthony Yakunin, outstanding defensive player; Neil Gordeev, outstanding offensive player; Nikit Fefelov, most improved player; Jaruby  Nelson, most valuable player

Athlete of the year: Jonah Fefelov, Megan Hickman

Basketball (junior high)

Most improved player: Chelsea Johnson

Best defensive player: Kristin Klaich

Outstanding offensive player: Anastacia Dorvall

Most valuable player: Vera Fefelov

Cross country

Letter, service bar: Greg Trail, Nicetas Lasiter, Megan Hickman, Jonah Fefelov

Outstanding runner: Greg Trail, Megan Hickman

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