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2015 Hall of Fame – Cameron Phillips & Louis Young

November 10, 2015


Cameron Phillips, DeMatha High School

Cameron played in the DeMatha/Good Counsel rivalry his sophomore, junior and senior year. As a captain of the 2013 squad, he led his team to a 21-0 win over Good Counsel and a WCAC championship. Cameron became the 2013 Maryland State Player of the Year and is currently a starting wide receiver for the Virginia Tech Hokies. Accepting his award tonight is his mother, Leesa Nicholson.


Louis Young, Good Counsel High School

Louis was a 3 year starter on offense and defense, and was the team captain. He was a Washington Post all met and a Maryland State Defensive Player of the Year. He received a full scholarship to Georgia Tech where he started all 3 years. Louis is currently playing for the Carolina Panthers. Accepting his award tonight is his mother, Terri Odom.

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