Aydn Gammell Earns OHC Player of the Year
MP Golf Holds Awards Ceremony
LONDON, OH – The Madison-Plains Boys and Girls Golf Programs held their 2020 Golf Awards Ceremony at MPHS on Monday evening. The Lady Eagles began the evening with their Awards Ceremony at 6:00 PM. While maintaining social distancing, Coach Jim Miller gave out his awards and honors for the Girls Golf Program. The Girls Golf program ended the season with 9 wins on the season and finished in 7th place out of 8 teams at the OHC Tournament.
Senior Bryanna Dodds (August OHC Player of the Month), a fourth-year letter winner, earned herself the Ohio Heritage Conference Honorable Mention title with her 117 score at the OHC tournament, as well as Co-MVP. The other Co-MVP, senior Rachel Weis, a fourth-year letter winner, earned a First Team Certificate for the Ohio Heritage Conference after her 95 score this season in the OHC Tournament.
Coach Miller told our two underclassmen, “You have big shoes to fill”, when referring to the two seniors that competed in their last season at MPHS.
Caralyn Fisher & Becca Plympton, both sophomores earned their second varsity letter at Madison-Plains in the golf program. With the growth of Becca Plympton, she walked away with a Most Improved award. Congratulations Lady Golden Eagles!
The Boys Golf Program wrapped up the evening with their socially distant Awards Ceremony. Coach Boyle spent roughly 25 minutes honoring her seven athletes on Monday night. The Boys Golf program ended the season with 11 wins and finished in second place in the south division of the Ohio Heritage Conference. We had three athletes earn their First Varsity Letter in golf, Evan Morehart, Cole Music, and Kyler Kimble. Kimble, in his first season, earned the Ohio Heritage Conference Honorable Mention Certificate with a 101 score at the OHC Golf Tournament. Two athletes earned their second-year varsity letter, Pegasio Xenikis and Senior Jordan Hildebrand. Hildebrand also earned an Ohio Heritage Conference Honorable Mention certificate with a 104 score at the OHC Golf Tournament.
Senior Gabe Garrisson, a fourth-year varsity letter winner, earned a Second Team Ohio Heritage Conference with 97 score at the OHC Golf Tournament.
Our final golfer, Aydn Gammell earned several awards and honors this season. Aydn secured the Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference award with an 81 score at the OHC Golf Tournament. Gammell also earned First Team all Madison County and was a district qualifier in the OHSAA Post Season Tournament.
Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Golf Programs on a successful year!