Quincy High’s boys soccer team hosted its awards night last Tuesday. The team’s coach, Colin Dillingham, gave special recognition to players who excelled throughout the season.
The boys’ team ended its season Oct. 15 against Redding Christian. Quincy was supposed to host Squaw Valley Academy two days later, but the opposing team forfeited the match. The Trojans ended their season with a 5-13 overall record and 2-4 in league. Quincy’s team is the last boys’ soccer team remaining in Plumas County.
Last Tuesday, Dillingham and assistant coach Jeren Seibel handed out seven awards to seven deserving players. Best Defensive Player was given to Gavin Henderson. Dale Morgan won the award for Best Mid-Fielder, while Nathan Ross won Best Striker.
The Sportsmanship award was won by Wyatt Hollister. Sean Graham was awarded Most Improved and D.J. Davis got the Coach’s Award. Che Rubalcava-Cunan won the coveted Most Valuable Player.