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Field hockey Jaguars' trophy case gets crowded

The Adirondack League champion Jaguar field hockey team gathers for a photo op to display their awards from the 2011 season.

The Adirondack League champion Jaguar field hockey team gathers for a photo op to display their awards from the 2011 season. Photo by John Grybos.

— Adirondack League champions Johnsburg Jaguar Field Hockey gathered one last time in team colors to show off their awards for this year’s play.

Added to the team’s trophy case were the Adirondack League championship trophy, a scholar athlete award for a combined team scholastic average of at least 90 and the sportsmanship award.

The sportsmanship award is often thought of as a consolation prize, said Coach Jill Toney, and the Jaguars get it as the smallest school in their section. This year, having won the league championship, the prize shows that the team’s good attitude on the field is still exemplary.

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