Luray honors 2023 fall athletes

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LURAY — Earlier this week, Luray High School honored its fall athletes for 2023 during a special ceremony at the LHS auditorium. Individual awards were presented in all six LHS fall sports as follows:

Cross Country-Girls

• Most Dedicated — Annah Whitmer
• Most Improved — Laney Roy
• MVP — Carolina Wood
• Gold “L” — N/A

Cross Country-Boys

• Most Dedicated — Eli Jones/Davey Johnson
• Most Improved — Wyatt Seal
• MVP — Davey Johnson
• Gold “L” — Josh Nuckols


• Most Dedicated — Avery Jewell
• Most Improved — Reese Fitton
• MVP — Gracie Embry/Summer Forder
• Gold “L” — Gracie Embry


• Most Dedicated Cheer Overall — Isabella Jennings
• Most Spirited Cheerleader Sideline — Isabella Jennings
• Most Improved Cheerleader Overall — Sadie Perkins
• MVP — Brooklyn Tutt
• Gold “L” — Jasmine Faison


• Most Dedicated — Austin Lam
• Most Improved — Hayden Parlett
• MVP — Cameron Weaver
• Gold “L” — Hunter Kibler


• Most Dedicated — Jakob Choat
• Most Improved — Ayden Haddock
• MVP — Ryder Liscomb
• Gold “L” — Ryder Liscomb
• Gold Helmet — Braden Ancell

For full schedules, rosters and standings — check out the Bull Run District website.



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