UNITY — It has been a number of weeks since high school football season ended for Unity Composite High School Warriors football team, however memories and highlights of the season were fresh when shared at the season end banquet and awards held Nov. 29.
Following the banquet, awards were handed out. This year’s winners include:
- Ethan Bertoia, most improved;
- Rylan Fauth, rookie of the year;
- Jagr Lewin, most valuable player and top defensive player;
- Noah Gumpinger, top offensive player;
- Logan Middleton, top lineman; and
- Tanner Wilson and Logan Middleton, heart and soul award.
The Warriors see four players graduate this year, Kyle Stonehouse, Tanner Wilson, Logan Middleton and Shea Berger.
A special presentation was given to Clint and Jennifer Wilson for their decade-long commitment to Warrior football that concludes this year with their last son graduating. The Wilsons were instrumental in keeping Unity Minor Football program running and viable, and were dedicated to Warrior football. The initiated fundraising and construction of a permanent booth on the grounds and ensured there was always hot food and a fully stocked booth for both UMF and Warrior football. The duo were staples to the parent group that led Warrior fundraising and activity. Their enthusiasm and support of the Warriors in any game whether at home or on the road will be surely missed.