The 2012 Fall Sports season has come to an end, on Nov. 15 the Meskwaki High School held it Fall Activities Banquet and recognized the participants in the summer and fall sports of softball, baseball, cross country , volleyball and football. Along with their letters of participation and varsity letters, special awards were handed out.
In Softball, Serena Jefferson received from the Iowa Star Conference Honorable Mention for her play during the summer softball season. While in Volleyball, Warriors receiving awards from the Iowa Star Conference were Kadyn Clark (Second Team All-Conference) and Tiana Thompson (Honorable Mention All-Conference).
The Meskwaki football team had five team members recognized with 8 Man District 5 honors. Those recieving District 5 All-District honors were Corey Dye, Darrion Murray and Terrell Grant while Tyus Grant and Kade Brown received Honorable Mention honors.
The Meskwaki Football team also gave out five awards that were voted on by the players. Those Awards were as follows:
Most Valuable Player - The player the team felt was the biggest asset to the 2012 Warrior Football Team -Terrell Grant
True Warrior - The player the team felt most demonstrates the qualities of a TRUE WARRIOR and demonstrated those qualities in a manner in which represented the Meskwaki Football Program in a positive manner no matter the circumstances - Darrion Murray
Future Leader Award - The player the team sees as having, developing or think has the qualities needed to lead the Meskwaki Warriors Football program (Work ethic, Attitude, Behavior and personality.) - Tyus Grant
Most improved Player - the player the team felt made the largest improvement from the beginning of the season to the end - Allis Tahahwah
True Fan Award - The fan that the team felt always had their backs no matter the circumstance, who had and maintained a positive outlook and an undying support of warrior football - Ray Tahahwah
Congratulations to all the special award winners on a great fall season
The 2013 fall season added a couple more first to the Meskwaki High School record books. The Meskwaki Football team for the first time ever won three straight games and the Meskwaki Volleyball won its first ever match.