of Kern Valley Sun The Sports Division’s KVS ATHLETE of the WEEK is a weekly feature that shines a spotlight on local student-athletes and their programs. Based on their performance, we will select an ATHLETE of the WEEK and other outstanding sports activities. These student-athletes should be celebrated for their achievements. Please help me do that. Send us your recommendations.
The basketball and soccer teams had their ups and downs last week, but some student-athletes topped them.
Female Athlete of the Week
Named for Aspen Hacker Kern Valley Sun Named Athlete of the Week for her skills in soccer and volleyball, she’s a nod for her soccer prowess this week. equals Kylie Weeden with 7 goals. She also has 43 in steals which puts her in third place. In her other two games in her KV last week, Hacker scored multiple steals and her four shots against Rosamond, her defense standing out as much as her scoring and her touch. I was.
Kern Valley women’s soccer coach Paul Arms said the hackers’ defense was tenacious.
“Defense is rarely mentioned, so we’ll talk about her four goals, but she does a great job covering Desert’s Beast Mode scorer Camryn Freeman, who has 17 goals and eight assists this season. I did… Shut her down.
In addition to Hacker’s skills on the field, Coach Armes is impressed by her personality.
“Aspen is a great kid, a great teammate, a great athlete and a hard worker.
honorable mention brooklyn garris Who played a game of 11 points, 12 rebounds, 5 blocks and 2 steals. 18 points, 10 rebounds, 8 blocks.
Male Athlete of the Week
On the men’s side, Tristan Beckham is having a strong season. To date, he has scored his 14th goal. That’s 10 more of him than active players. He has 20 shots and 18 steals.
Against Boron last week, Beckham scored two goals on four shots, and against Desert, he scored the Bronx’s only goal, a penalty kick. KV Boys Soccer His coach Scott Tedrow said Beckham is a hard-working team and his leader.
“He finds the net because he has the skills, he finds the net because he works hard and leads by example,” Tedrow said.
Honorable Mention goes to KV Basketball Player Jacob ReeseIn the Bronx’s win over the Boron, Reese excelled in all aspects of the game, tallying 17 points, five rebounds, four assists, five steals and one block. KV men’s basketball coach Michael Henson said Reese had a great game and set the tone for the game.
“Jacob continued to play hard defense and attack the basket,” Henson said. “Jacob was his Player of the Game. I want him to be his Player of the Week.”
Coaches and community members, please join us in the recognition process. Send us your KVS ATHLETE of the WEEK picks, summaries of their performance in the competition, and photos to give them the community recognition they deserve. Encourage community members and coaches to reach out to us each week. Send your selections to email@example.com.