Ring Of Honor High School Athlete Of The Week
Think your high school student athlete has what it takes?
Fill in the form below to nominate your high school student athlete to win the Maryland Army National Guard Ring of Honor High School Athlete of the Week.
Two male & two female high school athletes will be selected weekly from the nominees at random. The one male & female athlete who receives the most votes online will be our Player of the Week and will receive an award Dick’s Sporting Goods and Noodles & Company prize packs. Weekly winners will also have the opportunity to win $250 to their high school’s sports booster club, a $100 gift card to Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Noodles & Company for a year (limit one free meal per month for 12 months)!
Fill in the form below to nominate your pick for the Ring of Honor High School Athlete of the Week!
RING OF HONOR WINNERS:
These students are inducted into 105.7 The Fan’s Ring of Honor and will each win $250 towards their school’s sports booster club and a gift card to Dick’s Sporting Goods.
March’s Grand Prize Ring of Honor Winners is Jennifer Schofield
School: Bel Air Senior High School
Sport: Softball, Volleyball, Basketball
Jennifer is a bio-med student with a 3.8 GPA. Jennifer plays varsity softball, basketball and volleyball. She is also a girl scout and is very active in the community (feeding the homeless, singing at elderly home, landscaping at school). She is the starting 3B baseman on the softball team with a batting average of 370. She received a scholarship at Shepherd University. She hopes to be a doctor someday.
February’s Grand Prize Ring of Honor Winners are Kellen Colassard & Grant Dell.
School: North Carroll High School
Kellen works really hard to be the best athlete/student she can be. She is an awesome leader and has been told by her coaches that they love the way she chats it up with her teammates to encourage them. This is her first year in high school and has made the team for each sport she has gone out for.
School: North Carroll High School
Sport: Indoor Track
Grant placed 1st in the regional track meet for the 1600 run and placed 2nd in the state 1A meet for the 1600 with a time of 4:38 ,which was a new North Carroll indoor record. He was also a member of the boys 4x 800 relay team which also placed 2nd at the state meet.
September’s Grand Prize Ring of Honor Winners are Taiwan Deal & Kyrsten Leland.
School: DeMatha High School
Taiwan is an outstanding student-athlete and amazing young man all around the board. He’s a proven leader on the team, not only on the field but also academically. This honor would be well-deserved. Taiwan is smart and ambitious and also mindful about his future. He is highly respected among his peers and teachers. As his older cousin, I’ve been lucky to know him as he takes ownership in all that he does and constantly pushes the envelope for innovation. He realizes that life is a journey with much to learn and he exhibits such maturity in his vision on the world.
School: Patterson Mill High School
Kyrsten is an outstanding athlete as well as an exceptional student. As a freshman she plays volleyball for her high school where she secured a spot as starting setter and was coach appointed as captain. She is a team player, always encouraging her fellow teammates, and being supportive of them. In addition to volleyball she also plays soccer, basketball, lacrosse and swims. She received the Presidential Award for Academics last school year and has been on the distinguished honor roll for the last 3 school years. As a freshman she is currently taking Honors Algebra II and Honors English
October’s Grand Prize Ring of Honor Winners are Ijeoma Igwe & Joseph Tolson.
School: Seton Keough High School
Ijeoma is a four year starter for the “Gator” of Seton Keough High School. In 2009 she has helped the school to a second place finish for the first time in the school’s history. She was recently name Baltimore Sun Player of the week and IAAM player of the week. She averages 20+ kills per game. Ijeoma has a 3.2 GPA. She also displays great leadership and character as a student athlete.
School: Atholton High School
Joe has been playing soccer for 10 years. He had a love for the game as soon as his foot touched the ball; he began in recreational play and moved to club travel and now to his high school varsity team. He is a natural and loves his sport. Maintaining an honor roll athlete status is a tough accomplishment with GT and AP courses and his busy schedule of practices and games for both his high school team and club soccer but he manages to keep it all in balance. But it’s not always all about soccer for Joe. He takes time to “give back”, volunteering at summer camps and missions trips as well as helping with mini-clinics to help the next generation to develop a love for soccer here in America. He’s also involved in a few clubs at school, including the NHS, FBLA, the Spanish Honor Society and Art Honor Society. I’m nominating Joe because he is a great role model and example of how athletics and academics can be part of a well-rounded high school profile along with remembering to “give back” out of his gifts and blessings.
November’s Grand Prize Ring of Honor Winners are Morgan Knox & Robert Adams, Jr. .
School: Hereford High School
Morgan is a 3 sport female athlete who excels on the court, playing volleyball. She has been a starter on varsity volleyball since her sophomore year. She is a two year captain. She is a National Honor Student and National French Honor Student. Morgan will be attending Hofsta University in the Fall!
Robert Adams, Jr.
School: Sparrows Point High School
Robert Adams is a leader on and off the field. He is the President for the Class of 2013 and the President of National Honor Society at SPHS. He is an outstanding student athlete that strives high in his grades and on the field. He was named All County First Team First division for Offensive Line and All State Honorable Mention in 11th grade. He is also a Captain for his team. His dedication to both the school and to the team are highly respected from his fellow team members, students, and teachers at his school.