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Bancroft School announces 2008 Fall Sports Awards

Region – Bancroft School in Worcester recently announced the school's 2008 Fall Sports Award recipients.

From Northborough, senior Sarah Morris was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) for varsity cross country; middle school student Robert Wetzel was named MVP for varsity golf; Gabrielle DiBenedetto and Alexandra Rains were named Most Improved for middle school field hockey; and Todd Wetzel received the Coaches Award for middle school boys soccer.

From Shrewsbury, freshman Samuel Fujimori was named MVP and EIL Player of Year for varsity cross country; junior Steve Migridichian received the Coaches Award for varsity cross country; sophomore Priyanka Dharampuriya was named Most Improved for varsity golf; and middle school students Taline Migridichian was named Most Improved for middle school girls soccer and Nayir Ha was named Most Improved for middle school boys soccer.

From Westborough, middle school student Rebecca Elkinson received the Leadership Award for middle school field hockey.

Bancroft School is located at 110 Shore Drive, Worcester.

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