MSD's middle school varsity volleyball team defeated Bethel School in two sets (25-21, 25-17) to win the MIAC Championship on Saturday, October 21. Alona Zfati, Alina Williamson, and Amber Viring were selected to the All-Tournament Team. Citrine Lummer was named the MIAC Tournament MVP.
MSD's high school JV volleyball team won the Junior Varsity MIAC Championship for its second consecutive year. The Orioles lost the first set and closed out the final two sets (20-25, 25-23, 15-8) to defeat the Mount Airy Christian Academy Lions. Cha'Risa Reins and Ariella Zfati were named to the All-Tournament Team. Ashlynn Cohen earned MIAC Tournament MVP honors.
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Athletes of the Month
Stefan Anderson - Football
Stefan Anderson -"Stefan worked hard in the weight room throughout the summer and his hard work has paid off. He has been dominating his opponents on a weekly basis since our season started." - *Head Coach Ryan Bonheyo*
Cassidy Perry - Volleyball
Cassidy Perry- "CJ comes to practice with a good attitude and works hard to get better every day. She has good energy on and off the court. Her efficiency on both offense and defense is prominent." - *Head Coach Vicki Kitsembel*
Eric Long - Football
Eric Long has been our go-to guy throughout the season. When our starting running back went down with an injury, Eric assumed primary running back duties and quickly became a relentless force on offense. He also leads the team in interceptions. After every game, opposing coaches would come to our coaching staff to say great things about Eric. - *Head Coach, Ryan Bonheyo*
Ashlynn Cohen - Volleyball
Ashlynn Cohen is a natural, all-around athlete. She holds many qualities that makes a great student-athlete and is such a pleasure to coach. *- Head Coach, Chrissy DiMarco*
Freya Seremeth - Volleyball
Team captain Freya Seremeth embraced her leadership responsibility on and off the court during the season. She worked hard, and listened and supported her teammates. Her overall leadership qualities set an example for the team.* - Head Coach Vicki Kitsembel*
John Werner, Jr.
John Werner, Jr. led the team in tackles since his sophomore year. However, during the month of October, he reminded us why we will miss him when he graduates this spring. Against Landmark Christian, he recorded 21 tackles and scored 3 rushing touchdowns. During our homecoming game, he led the team with 17 tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown. * - Head Coach Ryan Bonheyo*
Dana Brooks is a first-time cheerleader and has already shown true characteristics of what it takes to master the sport. Dana has the spirit, the moves, and a fierce personality! Her motivation and dedication on the court and in the classroom is what any coach desires to see in each cheerleader.
Esteban Kovacs has earned this special award based on his unstoppable work ethic during daily practices. Esteban has an inner desire to push himself beyond the coach’s expectations. In each cross country meet, Esteban set a new personal best time. His best time was 18:30 in the three-mile race at Boonsboro’s Frank Keyser Invitational. He finished in 17th place at the Maryland State Private School championship meet out of 51 runners.