Southern Athletes Receive Awards

Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr.
Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr.
Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr.

STAFFORD, NJ - Last week a number of special awards were presented to Southern Regional students.

Shore Conference / Ocean County Sportsmanship Award

Nicole Andriani and Ethan Dubois were named Shore Conference Ocean County Sportsmanship Award Winners. Nicole is going to play field hockey and lacrosse at Lasell University.  Ethan will continue his education and basketball career at Elizabethtown College. 

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Both were honored today, by the Shore Conference at the Pine Belt Arena in Toms River.  

Dolph Cranmer Award

Madison Skeie and Liam Maxwell were named the 2015-2016 Dolph Cranmer Award winners.  Each year Southern Regional recognizes the top male and female athlete.  Madison will continue her education and field hockey career at Providence College.  Liam will continue his educational and volleyball career at at Belmont Abbey in North Carolina.

USMC Athletic Excellence Award

Liz Chartier & Peyton Blauvelt recently won the USMC Athletic Excellence Award for the Class of 2016. Liz will continue her education and running career at Cornell University.  Peyton will attend Campbell University in North Carolina to study and wrestle.


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