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Dowd, Rypien Highlight Honorees at Inaugural Spokane Youth Sports Awards

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Boise State commit Brett Rypien and Against All Odds award winner Sam Dowd on the red carpet before the SYSA's. (Photo: Josh Ouellette) Boise State commit Brett Rypien and Against All Odds award winner Sam Dowd on the red carpet before the SYSA's. (Photo: Josh Ouellette)
The Spokane Sports Commission teamed up with SWX hosted its first-ever Spokane Youth Sports Awards to honor some of the best local high school and non-high school sports athletes and coaches in the greater Spokane area on Tuesday, June 10, at the Fox Theater.

Above are pictures from the event!

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Here's a list of the awards and the winners.

Top Female Coach: Barb Silvey, Rogers H.S.
Top Male Coach: Mike Arte, Gonzaga Prep H.S.
Non-High School Sports Top Individual Female Athlete: Mikila Salazar, ParaSport Spokane
Non-High School Sports Top Individual Male Athlete: Will Bughi, Dynamic Gymnastics Academy
High School Sports Top Female Team: Central Valley High School Girls Soccer
High School Sports Top Male Team: North Central High School Wrestling
High School Sports Top Female Athlete: Ashlee Pedersen, Mt. Spokane H.S.
High School Sports Top Male Athlete: Brett Rypien, Shadle Park H.S.
Against All Odds Award Honorees: Ian Anderson, Lewis & Clark High School, Rilee Kemper, Deer Park High School, Tam Nguyen, Rogers High School, Carlos Riojas, Mt. Spokane High School, Elijah Rodriguez, Rogers High School, Robert Rucker, Rogers High School
Against All Odds Award Winner: Sam Dowd, Gonzaga Prep H.S.
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