2015 EXPYS Nominees Breakdown: Best Championship Performance


Best Chamionship Performance EXPY NomineesThis award is presented to the sportsperson or team, irrespective of sport contested, adjudged to have made the best or most significant performance in a championship match, game, or tournament in their sport.

The Nominees:
Tiger Tennis Team State Championship
Brandon Lancaster Individual State Championship
Jake Glass (Shot Put)
4 x 800 Meter Relay Team (Thomas, George, Kleine-Kracht and Mulloy)
Tiger Volleyball Team State Championship
Tiger Rugby Team State Championship
Tiger Lacrosse Team State Championship
Tiger Swimming and Diving Team State Championship
Tiger Golf Team State Championship
Tiger Powerlifting Team State Championship
200 Medley Relay (Mundt, Barnum, Harrison and McDermott)
Heyward Harrison (200 Individual Medley)
200 Freestyle Relay (Mundt, Schulten, McDermott and Forde)
Keefer Barnum (100 yard breaststroke)

The Favorites: 

Jake Glass (Shot Put): Glass dominated the State Meet, and he is dominating the vote so far. He recorded a new personal record by over a foot and beat Landon Young by four feet.

4 x 800 Meter Relay Team: The relay team of Matthew Thomas, Ben Kleine-Kracht, Eli George and William Mulloy won the 4 x 800 state championship and set a new school and state record.

Tiger Golf Team State Championship: The Tiger Golf team won the 2015 Leachman Buick GMC Cadillac/KHSAA State Golf Championship by 27 strokes with five Juniors. That’s called dominance.

Potential Dark Horse:

Tiger Swimming and Diving Team State Championship: The Tiger Swimming and Diving team won their 27th straight State Championship. They deserve all the credit they get

Other team to consider: Tiger Lacrosse State Championship

You can vote for the award here or vote at wstxsports.com/expys

Posted on June 26, 2015, in Tiger Golf, Tiger Lacrosse, Tiger Power Lifting, Tiger Rugby, Tiger Swimming and Diving, Tiger Tennis, Tiger Track and Field, Tiger Volleyball, WSTX Sports and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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