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VIDEO — Logger ESPYs a special occasion for Eureka athletes and fans

By Ray Hamill — The Eureka Loggers celebrated their senior student athletes and coaches at the annual Logger ESPYs on Monday, handing out 19 awards.

The red carpet affair is one of the most fun sporting occasions of the year here on the North Coast and a great way to honor the standout student athletes.

Check out our video highlights of the night above …

Hayden Bode and Bella Vigil were each named Athletes of the Year, one of three awards on the night for Bode and one of two for Vigil, who was also recognized as one of the four seniors to have played at least 10 seasons of high school sports in her career.

Team of the Year honors went to the undefeated girls soccer team, while girls wrestling coaches Cecil Wilson and Thomas Gowing were named coaches of the year.

The football team’s big victory over Fortuna in the season finale was named Game of the Year.

Kelli Johnston was also a double winner.

For a full breakdown of all the award winners check out Bode, Vigil named Athletes of the Year at Logger ESPYs …

Coaches of the year, Cecil Wilson, right, and Thomas Gowing

Kalyre Barres, who won the Woman of Will Award

Jay Willard Award winners, Keylei Carroll, left, and Hayden Bode

Members of the football team and head coach Andrew Haraldson

Salina Socha-Wright was named Breakthrough Female Athlete

Kelli Johnston won two awards, Most Scholastic Female Athlete and Most Outstanding Individual Performance

The Eureka girls soccer team was named Team of the Year

Most Inspirational Athletes, Bella Vigil and Keeb Her

Bella Vigil, KyleeAnna Clinton, Ian Bennett and Ethan Pesch were all recognized for having played at least 10 seasons of high school sports in their careers

Parker Rodgers and Anya Collingwood were named Best Dressed Athletes

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