May 25, 2015
Arnold Middle School eighth-grade student Alyson McDonald was named the Middle School Female Athlete of the Year by the Northwest Houston FCA branch. Derrick Bess, left, area representative, and Kurt Lawson, area director, presented McDonald with the award at Arnold on May 20.
May 22, 2015—The Northwest Houston branch of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) honored four CFISD athletes, two sponsors and a coach at its first annual awards banquet on May 14 at the Foundry United Methodist Fry Road campus.
FCA Northwest Houston Area Director Kurt Lawson said the banquet was reinstated after a multi-year hiatus to recognize participants and increase attention for the program.
“We wanted to say thanks to all the sponsors and the kids involved, and get the community more involved,” Lawson said. “We want to broaden awareness of the FCA to our parents and community so they can see what we do.”
Northwest Houston FCA representatives Derrick Bess and Kurt Lawson present Hamilton Middle School seventh-grade student Truitt Milton with the Middle School Male Athlete of the Year.
The following athletes, coaches and educators were honored with awards:
“We were proud to recognize these outstanding student athletes and coaches, who did a great job of representing FCA everywhere they went,” Lawson said.
Derrick Bess and Kurt Lawson present Dean Middle School coach Chinara Hunter with the Middle School Sponsor of the Year Award during an awards banquet on May 14.
Cypress Springs High School coach Jennifer Adams was named the High School Sponsor of the Year.
Bleyl Middle School educators Christine Hards and Samdria Stewart were recognized as the Middle School Huddle of the Year.
Cy-Fair High School educators Holly Davila and Tim Stockton were recognized as the High School Huddle of the Year.
Langham Creek High School boys’ basketball coach Charles Ament, left, won the Coach of Influence Award; while athlete Jake Ross was named High School Male Athlete of the Year.