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2010 Scholar Athletes: Adam Erwood and Norman Hayes

September 8, 2010

From Marist High School, the scholarship winner is Adam Erwood. Adam is a two-year Varsity letterman and has been a member of the War Eagle Football program for 6 years. He is a member of the National Honors Society and Spanish Honors Society and is involved in the Peer Leader program while being a Student Ambassador. He plans to pursue a degree in engineering while considering Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, the University of Georgia and the University of Virginia. He is pictured with his parents, Scott and Patti.

The scholarship recipient from Tucker High School, Norman Hayes, is a two-year letterman on the varsity football team and a two-year letterman in track. Norman is a true representative of a student-athlete. Next year he plans to attend Harvard University. He is pictured with his parents, Norman and Nikki.

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