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2022 WAA High School Awards Winners

Lewiston, Idaho – (Release from Lewis-Clark State College Athletics) The Warrior Athletic Association held its 16th annual High School Awards ceremony on Tuesday night during the LC State Basketball doubleheader after nominees were featured on KLEW the week prior. The event recognized outstanding high school student-athletes, their coaches, teams and community members.
Category winners included Lapwai’s Titus Yearout and Orofino’s Lindi Kessinger, who won Athlete of the Year awards, and Troy’s Travis House, who earned Coach of the Year. The Lapwai boys’ basketball team claimed Team of the Year and Prairie’s Jerry Richardson was awarded the Rick Hill Meritorious Award.
The WAA High School Awards are made possible by major sponsors P1FCU and Pepsi as well as award and event sponsors CCI/Speer, Inland Cellular, the Clearwater River Casino and Lodge, the Lewiston Tribune and KLEW.
Male Athlete of the Year – Jagger Hewett (Kendrick), Titus Yearout (Lapwai), Ty Hambly (Lewis County), Reid Thomas (Orofino)
Winner – Titus Yearout (Lapwai)
Female Athlete of the Year – Chloe Overberg (Asotin), Maggie Ogden (Clarkston), Katie Wessels (Lewiston), Lindi Kessinger (Orofino)
Winner – Lindi Kessinger (Orofino)
Team of the Year – Lapwai boys basketball, Lapwai girls basketball, Potlatch softball, Troy baseball
Winner – Lapwai boys basketball
Coach of the Year – Zan Hobart (Kendrick football), Paula Casebolt (Logos cross country), Dean Butterfield (Potlatch softball), Travis House (Troy baseball)
Winner – Travis House (Troy baseball)
Rick Hill Meritorious Award – Brian O’Kelley (Asotin), John Sutera (Deary), Jerry Richardson (Prairie), Heather Chamberlain (Troy)
Winner – Jerry Richardson (Prairie)


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