Congratulations to all of our student-athletes that represented the Eagles in the 2nd Annual NOHS Winter ESPY Awards. The purpose of bringing a postseason vote award to NOHS is to create familiarity between the student-athletes, the community, and our athletic department.
The ESPY Award ballot generated over 50,000 views on the athletic website! The Athletic Department would like to give a big thanks to the students, staff, parents, and the rest of the North Olmsted community for making the NOHS ESPY event a success.
The NOHS ESPY’s provided five categories which included the following: Male Student-Athlete of the Winter, Female Student-Athlete of the Winter, Male breakthrough Athlete of the Winter, Female breakthrough Athlete of the Winter and Best Play/ Highlight of the Winter Season.
2018-19 Winter ESPY winners
The 2018-19 Male Student-Athlete of the Winter season was senior basketball player Sean Elbin. Sean participates in football, basketball, and baseball. He was honorable mention for the basketball team and won the highlight of the year for the fall 2018 season when Liam Fry and Sean connected for an 87 yard completion. He plans on attending Cleveland State University next fall.
Hannah Groden won the 2018-2019 Female Student Athlete of the winter season ESPY. She is a member of the girls varsity bowling team. Not only was Hannah the scholar athlete for the girls team, she also had the second highest average in the league. The girls bowling team were conference champions and took 3rd in the SWC Tournament. Hannah plans on attending Kent State University next fall.
Eaglet, Adriana Merdita finished 2nd in the voting.
The 2018-19 Male Breakthrough Student-Athlete of the Winter season was sophomore wrestler Jeffrey Kennedy. Jeffrey took 2nd in the SWC Tournament, was a district qualifier, and was a state tournament alternate.
Bowler, Andrew Leciejewski finished second in the voting.
The 2018-19 Female Breakthrough Student-Athlete of the Winter season was Eaglet McKenna Kwiat. McKenna is involved in Eaglet Dance and Kickline. She plans on attending Ohio State University.
Basketball player, Brooklyn Beeman finished second in the voting.
The 2018-19 Best Play/ Highlight of the Winter season goes to Braden Martens. Braden won two SWC championships. Braden is a three sport athlete for the Eagles. He is involved in cross country, swimming, and track.
George Trapletti, who bowled a 299 game for the boys bowling team this winter season, finished second in the voting.
Congratulations to all of our student-athletes that have won a 2018-19 winter sports NOHS Espy Award!
The winter sports individual winners will join the fall and spring season individual winners for a final end of the year vote for the 2018-19 NOHS ESPY Award.