Ceres High School held its fall sports banquet earlier this month.
Coaches honored student-athletes that participated in girls volleyball, boys water polo, girls water polo, girls tennis, football, boys cross country and girls cross country.
Hosted by the CHS Athletic Booster Club, the dinner and awards program was staged at 6 p.m. on Nov. 7 inside the school’s cafeteria.
More than 350 people attended the event.
Student-athletes ate for free, while parents shelled out $10 a plate.
Dinner consisted of chicken, beans, rolls, salad and cookies.
“We had a great time,” Ceres High cross country head coach Katie Thiele said.
Most Improved—Mya Robinson
Best Offensive Player—Allison Stiles
JV Girls Volleyball
Most Improved—Jazmyne Arendt
Frosh-Soph Girls Volleyball
Most Improved—Natalie Corbin
Boys Water Polo
Most Promising Newcomer—Nicholas Campbell
Most Valuable Defender—Jeremy Kier
Most Improved Player—Oscar Barajas
Girls Water Polo
Offensive Player of the Year—Elise Cannella
All-Around Player of the Year—Allison McAdams
Most Improved Player—Makayla Estermann
JV Girls Water Polo
Spirit Award—Emily Bringazi
Leadership Award—Tania Garfias
Patience and Positivity Award—Gurmenjit Bahia
Junior-Varsity Girls Tennis
Leadership Award—Liesha Jimenez
The Front Runner Award—Roxanna Bonilla
Bulldog Award—Elias Saldana
Bulldog Award—Aaron Delgado
Bulldog Award—Isaias Jimenez
Bulldog Award—Joshua Prestridge
Bulldog Award—Miguel Rivera
Boys Cross Country
Coaches’ Award—Ronaldo Flores
Coaches’ Award—Fabian Amparo
Bulldog Award—Jossue Portillo
JV Boys Cross Country
Coaches’ Award—Eduardo Ortiz
Girls Cross Country
Coaches’ Award—Diana Del Real
4-Year Cross Country Athlete—Jacqueline Rodriguez
JV Girls Cross Country
Bulldog Award—Karen Vang