Back Mountain student-athletes earn awards at Wyoming Seminary Upper School


For Dallas Post



Back Mountain residents recently earned athletic awards at Wyoming Seminary. First row, from left, are Jacqueline Meuser, girls tennis; Andrew Kim, boys soccer; Alyssa Kristeller, girls soccer. Second row, Tara Kupsky, girls cross-country; Katherine Paglia, girls soccer; Kyle Hall, boys soccer; Gabrielle Grossman, field hockey.


For Dallas Post

Back Mountain residents recently earned athletic awards at Wyoming Seminary. First row, from left, are Jacqueline Meuser, girls tennis; Andrew Kim, boys soccer; Alyssa Kristeller, girls soccer. Second row, Tara Kupsky, girls cross-country; Katherine Paglia, girls soccer; Kyle Hall, boys soccer; Gabrielle Grossman, field hockey.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_GetFileAttachment-1.jpgBack Mountain residents recently earned athletic awards at Wyoming Seminary. First row, from left, are Jacqueline Meuser, girls tennis; Andrew Kim, boys soccer; Alyssa Kristeller, girls soccer. Second row, Tara Kupsky, girls cross-country; Katherine Paglia, girls soccer; Kyle Hall, boys soccer; Gabrielle Grossman, field hockey.

KINGSTON — Wyoming Seminary Upper School recently named the athletes who received Most Valuable Player Awards, Coaches Awards and Gold Awards for the fall season. Athletes who earned four varsity letters or three varsity and one junior varsity letters in their sport receive Gold Awards.

In girls cross-country, sophomore Tara Kupsky of Trucksville received the Most Valuable Runner Award.

In field hockey, senior Gabrielle Grossman of Shavertown received the Gold Award.

In boys soccer, junior Andrew Kim of Dallas received the Most Valuable Player Award and senior Kyle Hall, Shavertown, received the Gold Award. In girls soccer, junior Alyssa Kristeller of Shavertown received the MVP Award, while senior Katherine Paglia of Shavertown received the Coaches Award and the Gold Award.

In girls tennis, senior Jacqueline Meuser of Shavertown received the MVP Award and the Gold Award.

Information provided by Wyoming Seminary.

Information provided by Wyoming Seminary.

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