Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Top CHS Senior Athletes Honored by the Coronado Rotary

Athletes chosen for athletic ability, leadership, hard work, academics and overall character

In keeping with community tradition, twelve outstanding CHS student athletes of the Class of 2018 were recognized at a weekly Rotary meeting on May 23.

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In addition to hosting the outstanding athletes, the local Rotarians honored the students by naming a tree in their honor at the San Pasqual Academy (a residential high school for foster teens) which Coronado Rotary sponsors.

Coronado High School Athletic Director Robin Nixon introduced the students to the Rotarians. The student athletes were chosen by the CHS coaching staff not only for their athletic ability but also their leadership, hardwork, academics and overall character.

Congratulations to these fine student athletes.

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Nick DeMaio – Lacrosse
Brandon Depperschmidt – Baseball
Nate Smith – Waterpolo and Swimming
Nayalina Tameriz – Cross Country
Jake Brophy – Lacrosse
Isabel Zaller – Waterpolo and Cross Country
Natalie Wilson – Volleyball and Lacrosse
Mason Farley – Waterpolo
Brynn Umansky – Lacrosse
Ian Hurlburt – Cross Country, Soccer and Track
Garrett Herrmann – Soccer
Natalya Gomez – Cross Country and Track


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