Friday, December 4, 2020

CHS Athletes Honored by the Coronado Rotary

At a very favorite Rotary meeting of the year, Coronado High School athletes were invited to the Hotel Del to be recognized and eat lunch alongside their hosts.
In keeping with community tradition, this year ten outstanding CHS student athletes of the Class of 2019 were honored.

Andy Rodgers – Waterpolo, Reese Oliver – Waterpolo and Swimming, Shelia Tomlin – Waterpolo and Swimming, Teresa Perez – Cross Country and Track & Field, Ruthie Grant-Williams – Track & Field and Volleyball, Bryce Alexander – Football and Baseball, Jared Pratt – Baseball, Andrew Bell – Lacrosse, Alysah Hickey – Track & Field, Joe Walsh – Lacrosse

Coronado High School Athletic Director Robin Nixon introduced the students to the Rotarians. The athletes were chosen by the CHS coaching staff not only for their athletic ability but also their leadership, hard work, academics and overall character.
Rotarians enthusiastically applauded both the student athletes and their athletic director – Robin Nixon, (Coronado High School graduate and former athlete), who was recently named the CIF San Diego Section Athletic Director of the Year.
Congratulations to these fine student athletes:
Bryce Alexander – Football and Baseball
Andrew Bell – Lacrosse
Ruthie Grant-Williams – Track & Field and Volleyball
Alysah Hickey – Track & Field
Reese Oliver – Waterpolo and Swimming
Teresa Perez – Cross Country and Track & Field
Jared Pratt – Baseball
Andy Rodgers – Waterpolo
Shelia Tomlin – Waterpolo and Swimming
Joe Walsh – Lacrosse

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