Calhoun High School sports banquet winners are as follows - GIRLS TRACK: outstanding field event, Jasmine Dodson and Eh Paw Paw; newcomer of the year, Eh Paw Paw; most improved, Cassie Lane; hustle award, Reggie Frederick and Briley Maldonado; outstanding distance runner, Remi Parker and Emme O’Donnell; MVP, Emme O’Donnell; GOLF: newcomer of the year, Emma Mayfield and Colton Herron;­­ most improved, Heather Glover; boys and girls golf award, Derek Hernandez and Zayda Hernandez; TENNIS: boys ace award, Colt Morris; girls ace award, Alexis Pham; outstanding boys tennis, Joshua Huang; outstanding girls tennis, Angel Tung; SPORTS TRAINERS: most improved, Alma Magana Compean; newcomer of the year, Cheyanne Escobar; academic award, Lydia Cowan; student athletic trainer of the year, Preston Jowers; CROSS COUNTRY: outstanding girl, Emme O’Donnell; outstanding boy, Jacob Pfeil, most improved; girls, Remi Parker, most improved; boys, Zachary Conde, newcomer of the year; girls, Cassandra Gonzales, newcomer of the year; boy, Dylyn Gonzales; GIRLS SOCCER: MVP, Jasmin Dodson and Present May; offensive player of the year, Remi Parker; most improved, Salma Anaya-Martinez; defensive player of the year, Jolee Rodas; newcomer of the year, Samantha Sanchez; BOYS SOCCER: MVP, Jose Perez; offensive MVP, Jose Ledezma; most improved, Rene Henriquez; defensive MVP, Nick Rodriguez; newcomer of the year, Diego Ledezma; BOYS TRACK: field event award, Caleb Harrington; running event award, Brevin Robles and Will Grubert; boys track MVP, Daniel Sanchez; GIRLS POWERLIFTING: MVP, Skyleigh Sears; most Improved, Salma Anaya-Martinez, Alayna Searcy and Abbie Etzler; dedication award, Skyleigh Sears and Present May; BOYS POWERLIFTING: MVP, Leo Madera, Juan Lebron and Sylias Montgomery; most Improved, Chase Chapa and Jacob Cortez; dedication award, Jamie Rios, Thomas Chavas and Robert Garcia­; GIRLS BASKETBALL: offensive player, Jireh Orta; Girls basketball award, Jireh Orta; hustle award, Rebecca Barrera; defensive player, Katelyn Rothmann; newcomer of the year, Rea Chrisco; BOY BASKETBALL: MVP, Jaylen Stewart; defensive MVP, Chris Benavides; newcomer award, Jarius Stewart; most improved, Bryson Butler; hustle award, Ethan Teehan; SOFTBALL: defensive player of the year, Zoe Flores; most improved, Paige Weaver; softball award, Catherine Hernandez and Claire Blinka; offensive player of the year, Maise Ondreas; newcomer of the year, Arly Sanchez; BASEBALL: MVP, Conner Kestler; golden glove, Cade Kevton; offensive, Sebastian Medera; pitcher of the year, James Grantland and Logan Evans; VOLLEYBALL: MVP, Elle O’Donnell; all academic, Krislyn Key; fighting heart, Courtney Abraham and Abby Foster; offensive player of the year, Cayori Williams; defensive player of the year, Jireh Orta; FOOTBALL: Conner Kestler, TJ Gift, Leo Madera, Cade Kveton, Caleb Harrington, Michael Felkins, Jarius Stewart Sylias Montgomery, Daniel Martinez, David Fernandez, Sebastian Rios, Heath Henke, Sean Flores and Nick Rodriguez.