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Hood, Hulett win coveted CCHS athletic awards

Published: Friday, May 19, 2017 5:14 a.m. CDT • Updated: Friday, May 19, 2017 5:55 a.m. CDT
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Kadon Hulett

Hannah Hood and Kadon Hulett were recently announced as recipients of two special athletic awards given to Creston Community High School seniors each year.

Hulett received the Bernie Saggau Award, and Hood was presented the Kim Bishop Award during the athletics portion of the Creston High School awards ceremony May 5.

The Saggau award is named for the retired executive director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, who devoted much of his life to building high standards of character and leadership in Iowa high school athletics.

Hulett was a varsity athlete in football, wrestling, track and baseball during his Panther career. He received the award that states: “Presented annually to the graduating student who best exemplifies a patriotic spirit, with strong religious and moral convictions, living and professing the qualities of honesty, integrity, and sportsmanship; believing that both games and life should be conducted by the rules.”

Hulett plans to play football at Northwest Missouri State.

Hood, a member of the volleyball and track and field teams at CCHS, along with softball prior to suffering shoulder injuries, received the award in honor of the late Kim Bishop. A standout student at Creston High School, Bishop was also an all-around athlete and gymnast. The award is presented annually to a CCHS female athlete who displays outstanding citizenship and sportsmanship.

Hood, competing this week in the Coed State Track and Field Meet in Des Moines, plans to throw the shot put and discus for the University of Nebraska-Omaha track and field team.

Outstanding Male and Female Athletes from the 2017 senior class were featured in Wednesday's News Advertiser.

The 2016-17 athletic awards include:

Outstanding Female Athlete — Lexie LIttle and Rachel Shepherd.

Outstanding Male Athlete — Chase Shiltz.

Bernie Saggau Award — Kadon Hulett.

Kim Bishop Award — Hannah Hood.

Citizenship — Ben Irr, Isaac Wignall, Cody Crawford, Tyler Peters, Cora Green, Katie Powers, Mattie Wheeler.

Sportsmanship — Brenden McDowell, Gavin Woods, Brody Frain, Hayley Osmun.

Creston High School Outstanding Male Athlete Award winners:

1977-78 — Doug Lang

1978-79 — Kean Richard

1979-80 — Mark Evans

1980-81 — Todd Barkalow, Todd Nielsen

1981-82 — Brad Laird, Brad Olson

1982-83 — Roger Baker

1983-84 — Mike Lamb

1984-85 — Joel Christy

1985-86 — Casey Bryant

1986-87 — Matt Somers

1987-88 — Tim Somers

1988-89 — Mike Linch, Brian Monday

1989-90 — Scott Driskell, Dennis Shaw

1990-91 — Ryan Woods

1991-92 — Kurt Belger, Jason Kinsella

1992-93 — Jed Gammell, B.J. Hellyer

1993-94 — Cory Latham, Rick Van Pelt

1994-95 — Brian Gerleman, Ethan Owens

1995-96 — Will Carroll, Dustin Spainhower

1996-97 — Ben Gerleman, Kyle McCann

1997-98 — Mike Mansour, Conor Reed

1998-99 — Brian Bucklin, Cory Gerleman

1999-00 — Tyler Hanson, Adam Travis

2000-01 — Neil Lang

2001-02 — Matt Buck, Jason Hyde

2002-03 — Gabe Stofferahn

2003-04 — Michael Buck, Ryan Steinkamp

2004-05 — Jim Ide

2005-06 — Trevor Conner, G.G. Harris, Dane Wardenburg

2006-07 — Keith Peterson, Scott Vicker

2007-08 — Kalab Evans

2008-09 — Clay Daggett

2009-10 — Kevin Irr, Seth Pals

2010-11 — Luke Eblen

2011-12 — Collin Bevins

2012-13 — Briar Evans, Keaton Hulett, Luke Neitzel

2013-14 — Trevor Frain, Brandon Phipps

2014-15 — Jay Wolfe

2015-16 — Seth Maitlen

2016-17 — Chase Shiltz.

(A list of winners previous to 1978 is unavailable.)

Creston High School Outstanding Female Athlete Award winners:

1972-73 — Jan Lesan

1973-74 — Ellen Pendegraft

1974-75 — Carol Reed, Sue Tindle

1975-76 — Roxann Sammons

1976-77 — Rhonda Piel

1977-78 — Dorothy Loos

1978-79 — Carol McFee, Kerri Martin

1979-80 — Debbie Oxenrider

1980-81 — Janelle Johnson, Kelly Reed

1981-82 — Marty Lang

1982-83 — Melanie Blubaugh, Lynn Spurgeon

1983-84 — Lisa Becker, Lori Quam

1984-85 — Donna Dickinson

1985-86 — Tawnya Antisdel

1986-87 — Shannon Freeman

1987-88 — Deanne Eilers

1988-89 — Barb Bradley, Polly Gammell

1989-90 — Janelle Eblen

1990-91 — Kandee Bishop

1991-92 — Tonya Latham

1992-93 — Emily Sevier

1993-94 — Tara Adams, Teri Bunkofske

1994-95 — Summer Hook

1995-96 — Cari Briley, Sarah Vicker

1996-97 — Lindsay Courtney

1997-98 — Casee Piel, Jessica Moeller

1998-99 — Leanne Owens

1999-00 — Emily Bruce, Michelle Clausen

2000-01 — Amanda Parker

2001-02 — Kylee Bradley, Jessica Schierbaum

2002-03 — Stormy Weis

2003-04 — Amy Goldsmith

2004-05 — Jacque Jay

2005-06 — Ashley Hartsook, Brittany Riley

2006-07 — Kari McCann

2007-08 — Meghin Krambeck

2008-09 — Morgan Evans, Nicole Hunter, Aubrey Pendegraft

2009-10 — Jill Johnson, Kierra Smith

2010-11 — Taylor Hance, Carla Smith

2011-12 — Katlin Briley, Madison Frain

2012-13 — Brianna Maitlen

2013-14 — Chelcee Downing

2014-15 — Natalie Mostek

2015-16 — Taylor Briley

2016-17 — Lexie Little, Rachel Shepherd

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