After a long and successful 2020-21 athletic season, Farmersville ISD held a special ceremony Thursday, May 20, to honor special players, handing out several awards for each team.
Leading the event in awards were seniors Reese Fetty and Josh Hoar, each earning awards for several sports. Hoar was honored as Farmer Male Athlete of the Year, while Fetty received the Farmer Female Athlete of the Year.
For the Farmersville football team, seniors Braden Lair and Travis Zingaro were rewarded for their great offensive ability this season, receiving the Farmersville Times Outstanding Offensive Back award. Seniors Elijah Ellis and Randy Johnson split the Farmersville Times Sportsmanship award, while senior Lalo Arteaga received the Farmersville Fighting Farmers JW Spain Achievement award. Senior Cogan Grabowski earned the Farmersville Times Outstanding Defensive Line award, while juniors Hudson and Aidan Gray were co-recipients of The Farmersville Times Farmers Fight award. Junior Eber Padilla and senior Jeremy Chairez received the final award of the night, splitting The Farmersville Times Outstanding Offensive Line award.
Amon Odom received the Cross Country Farmers’ Grit award for the Farmers, while Rich received the award for the Lady Farmers. Sophomore Makayla Grabowski earned the Most Valuable Girls Cross Country award, which was given to Hoar for the Farmers.
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By Jackson King • [email protected]