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Trio of Tigers nominated for end of the year honors
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Roxie Fricton, junior, Dawson County High School Volleyball; Ben McGinnis, junior, Dawson County High School Cross Country; Frankie Muldoon, senior, Dawson County High School Cross Country. - photo by For the Dawson County News has published their finalists for 2018 High School Player of the Year honors for both volleyball and cross-country and three Dawson County Tigers remain in contention for the prestigious awards. Nominees are considered based on their overall performance during the season, along with coach recommendations, and are voted on by a select panel of judges put together by


Representing the Lady Tigers Volleyball team is middle hitter, Roxie Fricton. Fricton dominated the center of the net for the Tigers and racked up an impressive stat line with 25 Aces, 248 Kills, 44 Blocks, 17 Assists, 198 Digs, and an 86% Serve Accuracy in 2018.


In a break out season for the Dawson County Cross Country Men’s Varsity team, junior Ben McGinnis showed the future strength of the program with a third-place individual finish in the region finals (16:04.6) and a ninth-place finish in the 2018 State Tournament (17:00.35) that earned him All-State honors.


Looking to defend her title as Runner of the Year for the third year in a row, senior Frankie Muldoon continued to lead the Dawson County Cross Country Women’s Varsity team by capturing her fourth straight individual 7AAA regional victory (setting a new school record in the process) and finishing third overall in the State Tournament also earning All-State honors.