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Eagle Awards: Fall Sports Assembly 2022

The “Eagle Award for Outstanding Character and Sportsmanship,” is a character award, not an award based solely on athletic talent. This award is given to one sixth, one seventh, and one eighth grade student in each competitive sport at Graland. If you have a combined 7/8 team, it may only go to one recipient. The Eagle Awards will be based on the following characteristics: respect towards others, outstanding sportsmanship, honesty, positive attitude, discipline, good skill development and working knowledge of the sport, commitment, positive leadership, effort, inspiration, and a dedication to Graland athletics. Student athletes receiving this award exemplify all of these characteristics.

Congratulations to all the athletes who participated in Graland sports this year—we are proud of you! Click here to view a full list of all winners and citations. 

Grade 6
Volleyball - Aaron Murray, Ann DeBoe, Tara Kochevar - Bryn S.
Soccer - Ryan Collier - Finley T.
Cross Country - Matt Brown - Luis D.
Field Hockey - Lindsey Bemis - Laine F.
 
Grades 7/8
7 Volleyball - Tara Kochevar - Ella B. 
8 Volleyball - Ann DeBoe - Kendall A. & Coco C.
7/8 Tennis - David Hill, Sean Keefe - Aiden F.
7/8 Golf- Jeff Wolkoff - Clarke G.
7/8 Soccer - Lorenzo Salas - Sam F.
7/8 Cross Country - Matt Brown - Zeke W.
7/8 Field Hockey - Chrissy Frederick - Ava J.
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Graland Country Day School

Graland Country Day School is a private school in Denver, Colorado, serving students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Founded in Denver in 1924, Graland incorporates a rich, experiential learning approach in a traditional classroom setting, emphasizing the development of globally and socially conscious leaders who excel academically.