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2009 Scholar-Athletes: Brendan Connor and Conor Foote

November 25, 2009

Radnor’s scholarship winner is senior Brendan Connor, son of Mary and Regina Connor. Brendan plays tight end/linebacker for the Raiders and has a 3.6 grade-point average. He is active as a youth counselor, coach, and Special Olympics volunteer, and would like to attend college at Notre Dame.

The Lower Merion scholarship recipient is Conor Foote, a four-year varsity football player and a three-year member of the basketball and baseball teams. He received Honorable Mention in the Central All-League team as a sophomore and was named Second Team as a junior. This season, he was named Central League MVP during Week 6. Conor is a member of the National Honor Society and serves as an intern at Welsh Valley Middle School. He has a 3.67 GPA and is the son of Susan Foote. Conor plans to attend Dickinson, Fordham, Franklin & Marshall, or U of Penn this fall to play football or baseball.

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