Dorchester County Public Schools names October Athletes of the Month

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Posted 11/11/22

CAMBRIDGE - Congratulations were sent last week to Cambridge-South Dorchester and North Dorchester High School Athletes of the Month for October. The athletes are chosen not only for their …

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Dorchester County Public Schools names October Athletes of the Month

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CAMBRIDGE - Congratulations were sent last week to Cambridge-South Dorchester and North Dorchester High School Athletes of the Month for October. The athletes are chosen not only for their performance in sports, but also for their success in the classroom.

North Dorchester High School

Varsity awards, sponsored by Farm Creek Insurance, go to:

  • John Boyle, 11th grade, Soccer. Coach Shane Abbott said, “John is one of the captains of the team. He is a leader on the field during games as well as practices and will play any position that is asked of him. In the classroom, he is holding a 95% or better in all his classes, including Honors Physics and Precalculus.”
  • Emilee Cohee, 11th grade, Soccer. Coach Jana Robinson said, “She is a huge asset to our soccer program…She’s aggressive on and off the ball and really learning how to be a play maker. Emilee is an amazing athlete with a great attitude.”

JV award, sponsored by Regal Cinemas, goes to:

Carly Geer, 9th grade, Volleyball. Coach Bill Jackson said, “She is our team captain, setter, and a team leader for our undefeated JV Volleyball team. Her participation in practice, games, and assistance with varsity games is greatly appreciated."

Cambridge-South Dorchester High School

  • William Collins, 12th grade, Unified Tennis. Coach Sandy Shaw said, “William has played Unified Tennis every year in high school and came to us his freshman year, having never played the sport. This year, he won every match and was the most consistent, dedicated player on the team. He was the rock that the team could always count on.”
  • Laila Insley, 10th grade, Soccer. Coach Sarah Alpaugh said, “Laila is a great leader on the field and gives 100% effort every play. She shows heart and grit no matter what the score is. Laila is an athlete that every coach wishes they could have.”
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