Brother-Sister Duo Named Athletes of the Year

Brother-Sister Duo Named Athletes of the Year
Posted on 09/14/2022
This is the image for the news article titled Brother-Sister Duo Named Athletes of the YearBranson High School named two students 2021-2022 Athletes of the Year. The award is selected by the coaches using a point-based system for their
achievements within their sport throughout the 2021-2022 school year.

Branson’s male and female athletes of the year are brother-sister duo Cade and Chloe Grimm. Both student’s are multi-sport athletes and have shown dedication and commitment on and off the field. “Cade and Chloe have been excellent examples of all-around athletes that put in the work for their sports, but are also positive role models in our school,” says Branson High School Activities Director, David Large.

Cade is a senior at Branson High School and has received All-COC in football, All-State in wrestling and plays baseball for the Pirates. Cade is currently a captain leading the Branson Football team. “It is an honor to be selected as the male athlete of the year,” says Cade. I would like to thank all of my coaches and teammates for making this achievement possible. I am also extremely proud of my sister, and love the fact we both won it in the same year.”

Chloe was also a 3-sport athlete competing in softball, All-COC in basketball and was an All-State selection in soccer. Chloe is currently a freshman at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas and plays both basketball and soccer for the Warriors. Chloe says this honor wouldn’t be possible without her Branson coaches pushing her to excel. “I can’t thank them enough. It’s also an honor to win this award with my brother and I am very proud of him for his
accomplishments,” says Chloe.

Cade and Chloe are the son and daughter of Renee and Stewart Grimm. The athletes were presented plaques by Mr. Large prior to the September 9 football game at Pirate Stadium. “We are very proud of Branson High School’s 2021-2022 Athletes of the Year and look forward to their bright futures," says Large.