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MCPS Sportsmanship Award.  Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics.  Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season.  Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

First Place - Seneca Valley HS, accepting is Jesse Irvin, Athletic Director.

MCPS Sportsmanship Awards (PHOTOS)

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD). All winners group shot. ( L to R) Woodward, Rossiter, Beattie and Irvin.

MCPS Sportsmanship Award.
(L to R) Jason Woodward (Gaithersburg HS), Anne Rossiter (Northwest HS), Duke Beattie (MCPS) and Jesse Irvin (Seneca Valley HS).

Montgomery County Public Schools recently recognized good sportsmanship for the 2015-2016 school year. The awards were presented at a meeting of athletic directors, county police officers and systemwide athletics held August 17. For the 2015-2016 school year, Seneca Valley earned first place; Northwest second and Gaithersburg third. The county’s Sportsmanship Award Program has been in place for 14 years.

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  • MCPS Sportsmanship Award.  Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics.  Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season.  Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

Second Place - Northwest HS, accepting is Anne Rossiter. Athletic Director/

    MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

    Second Place - Northwest HS, accepting is Anne Rossiter. Athletic Director/

  • MCPS Sportsmanship Award.  Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics.  Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season.  Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

    MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

 

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD). Second Place - Northwest HS, accepting is Anne Rossiter. Athletic Director/

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).
Second Place – Northwest HS, accepting is Anne Rossiter. Athletic Director

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD). Third Place - Gaithersburg HS, accepting is Jason Woodward, Athletic Director.

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).
Third Place – Gaithersburg HS, accepting is Jason Woodward, Athletic Director.

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD). First Place - Seneca Valley HS, accepting is Jesse Irvin, Athletic Director.

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).
First Place – Seneca Valley HS, accepting is Jesse Irvin, Athletic Director.

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD). All winners group shot. ( L to R) Woodward, Rossiter, Beattie and Irvin.

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).
All winners group shot. ( L to R) Woodward, Rossiter, Beattie and Irvin.

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).

 

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD). Seen here is Jeff Sullivan, MCPS, District 1 Representative Office Pruitt (MCPD) and Duke Beattie (MCPS)

MCPS Sportsmanship Award. Awarded by Duke Beattie, MCPS Director of Systemwide Athletics. Award recipients were the tops in all categories as judge by observers over the 2015-16 Season. Awards were given at the annual meeting between the 25 High School Athletic Directors and District representatives of the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD).
Seen here is Jeff Sullivan, MCPS, District 1 Representative Office Pruitt (MCPD) and Duke Beattie (MCPS)

 

 

Phil Fabrizio

About Phil Fabrizio

Phil Fabrizio is an event, news and sports photographer in the Washington D.C. Metro area. He lives in North Potomac and has operated Sugarloaf Photography since 1985. He is a member of the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce and serves on the board of the Glen Echo Partnership for Arts and Culture, Inc in Glen Echo. Stop by Phil's PhotoLoaf site or visit his SugarLoaf Photography facebook page or follow him on Twitter @Photoloaf. Find Phil's blog on MyMCMedia here.

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