Mammy’s Kitchen Athlete of the Season Voting

 


2015MAOTS
Voting for this contest ends at 11:59pm on Saturday, May 30th

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Nick Borriello
Socastee
Boys Lacrosse:

The senior had a combined 10 goals and 16 assists in leading the Braves to their first-ever playoff appearance.

 

 

Haywood Brandon
St James
Boys Soccer:

The senior goalkeeper posted 17 shutouts and led the Sharks to their first-ever Class 3A state title game.

 

Noel Cassidy
St James
Softball:

Cassidy led the Lady Sharks in numerous hitting categories to help St. James make the playoffs.

 

Aly Estes
Carolina Forest
Girls Lacrosse:

Estes scored eight goals and dished out three assists in leading the Lady Panthers to a win over Beaufort.

 

Quadarius Grate
St James
Boys Soccer

Grate led the Sharks in scoring and helped them reach their inaugural Class 3A state championship game.

 

Emily Merriam
Carolina Forest
Softball:

Merriam pitched the Lady Panthers to the playoffs and also was a big contributor with her bat.

 

Morgan Marlow
St James
Softball:

Helped the Lady Sharks reach the state playoffs by excelling on the mound and the plate.

 

Cassidy Posma
Myrtle Beach
Girls Soccer:

The junior led the young Lady Seahawks to the Region 7-3A championship and was named region player of the year.

 

Dylan Roberts
Carolina Forest
Baseball:

Roberts helped lead the Panthers to the finals of the Class 4A Lower State Baseball Tournament.

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