Bobcats name 2019-20 sports MVPs, superlatives
CROSS ROADS–Cross Roads High School named their 2019-20 sports most valuable players and other superlatives May 25.
To kick off the 2019-20 school year was the Bobcats’ cross country teams. Kellen Holt took home the boys’ cross country MVP with Natalie Fulton being named the girls’ cross country MVP.
For the 2019 Bobcats football squad, Alex Marston and Hunter McDonald were named Co-MVPs.
Next up for the Lady Bobcats volleyball team, Hannah Lathan took home MVP.
Tucker Watson took home boys’ basketball MVP with Natalie Fulton and Harley Bennett winning Co-MVPs for the Lady Bobcats girls’ basketball team.
For the Cross Roads track and field athletes, Ethan Martin was named boys’ MVP with Natalie Fulton and Hannah Latham being the girls’ MVP.
Despite not finishing their 2020 season, Trent Watson, Tucker Watson and Eli Wilson each were named the Bobcats’ baseball MVPs.
In softball, the Lady Bobcats awarded Harley Bennett, Hannah Latham and Lainey Trammell MVPs.
In powerlifting, Alex Marston went home as the boys’ MVP with Heidi Torres taking the honor of girls’ MVP.
In a shortened golf season, Tucker and Trent Watson were named boys’ Co-MVPs with Hannah Latham swinging her way to the girls’ golf MVP award.
To begin the superlative awards, Alex Marston and Lainey Trammell took home Bobcat and Miss Ladycat Attitude awards.
Kaden Mattingly was awarded the Bobcat Leadership award with Harley Bennett taking home Miss Ladycat Leadership.
Tryce Betts and Brooke Lawrence earned Bobcat and Miss Ladycat Total Effort awards.
Bobcat and Miss Ladycat Student Athletes went to Preston Turner and Hannah Latham respectively.
The Bobcat Newcomer of the Year was Joshua Perkins with Alli Reynolds taking home Miss Ladycat Newcomer of the Year.
Tucker Watson earned Bobcat of the Year and Natalie Fulton was awarded Miss Ladycat of the Year.
Finally, taking home the 2020 Mr. Bobcat was John Castillo. The honor of 2020 Miss Bobcat of the Year went to Hannah Latham.
Congratulations to all student-athletes on their extremely hard work and efforts put in to an anything but normal 2019-2020 school year.