Lavatai is Radford’s athlete of the year

Izaiah Lavatai is Radford's athlete of the year. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser.
Izaiah Lavatai is Radford’s athlete of the year. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser.

Izaiah Lavatai, a three-sport star, was picked as Radford’s male athlete of the year, athletic director Kelly Sur announced Monday.

Lavatai played football and basketball and was on the track and field team for the Rams.

Volleyball player and track athlete Carlyann Butz and track athlete and cheerleader Talia Webster were chosen as the school’s female athletes of the year.


Radford’s 2014-15 athletic award winners are listed below.

Male Athlete of the Year
>> Izaiah Lavatai

Female Athletes of the Year
>> Carlyann Butz
>> Talia Webster


Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year
>> Riley Turk

Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year
>> Tessa Baker

Robert K. Stevens Sportsmanship Scholarship Award
>> Tashea Murakami


John E.K. Velasco Scholarship Award
>> Elvis Calder-Lopez

Most outstanding
>> Boys air riflery: Bailey Wells
>> Girls air riflery: Michelae Forsyth, Georgina Green
>> Boys bowling: Landyn Bartness
>> Girls bowling: Alex Sckrocki, Katherine Clouse
>> Boys cross country: Riley Turk, Aaron Russ
>> Girls cross country: Tessa Baker
>> Football offense: Dylan Frank, Thomas Reid
>> Football defense: Vaa‘alotasi Ierome
>> Girls volleyball: Katarina Tenorio
>> Boys soccer: Eric Vanburger
>> Girls soccer: Raegan Debolt
>> Boys basketball: Jay Horton
>> Girls basketball: Jasmine Moody
>> Boys paddling: Kikowa Tudela
>> Girls paddling: Seiko Chow
>> Cheerleading: Erika Bongo
>> Boys track: Izaiah Lavatai
>> Girls track: Talia Webster
>> Boys tennis: Brandon Moeller
>> Girls tennis: Mikala Johnson
>> Baseball: Landyn Bartness
>> Boys volleyball: Jeremy Rubio, Raemart Laigo
>> Boys golf: Arnold Flores
>> Girls golf: Alex Skrocki

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