Gerald Printing’s Panther Athletes of the Month for October 2015


Submitted story



Photo submitted


Photo submitted


Photo submitted


Photo submitted


Photo submitted


From Russellville High School, Josh Bigbee:

In the month of October, Josh went over 1,000 yards rushing, had over 200 yards vs. Fulton City and over 100 vs Crittenden Co. to help our RHS Football team clinch the district title. Josh also starts on defense at OLB. Josh displays outstanding work ethic and effort both on and off the field. (Comments from Coach John Myers)

From Russellville High School, Cierra Collins:

Our squad has faced some difficult challenges over the last month, and she has really stepped up and been a leader! She continues to rally the girls together, encourage them, and has stayed so positive! (Comments from Coach Kia Santiago and Coach Heather Rickman)

From Russellville Middle School, Xay Evans:

He has shown up as a leader on this team since day one. He pushes himself every day. He encourages and corrects others when they aren’t giving it their all. He is a kid with a good heart and tons of potential on the court and in the classroom. (Comments from Coach Drew Teel)

From Russellville Middle School, Chloe Whitescarver:

Since last season, Chloe has worked hard to further develop her game on her own time. She strives to succeed in the classroom as a well as on the court. Chloe sets a great example for our young team. She has become a leader for our team always offering encouragement when the team needs it most. Chloe also leads by example, showing what it means to work hard and compete. (Comments from Coach Kaylee Crowder)

Overall Athlete of Month October 2015, Jalonda Wells:

Jalonda is a two-sport athlete at RHS. She is also involved in several other organizations at RHS such as, Talent Search, FCCLA, and the RHS SALT Program. On top of all of those extra-curricular activities, Jalonda is able to maintain focus on her academics and demonstrates a positive attitude in the all of her classes. Jalonda is a true example of what a student-athlete should be. The athletic department has watched her grow into an outstanding volleyball player and captain of her team. The volleyball team’s growth this year was a direct reflection of Jalonda’s dedication, leadership, and work ethic to her team. (Comments from Athletic Director, Calvin Head)

http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/oct-atheltes.pdf

Photo submitted
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_01.jpgPhoto submitted

Photo submitted
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_02.jpgPhoto submitted

Photo submitted
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_03.jpgPhoto submitted

Photo submitted
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_04.jpgPhoto submitted

Photo submitted
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_05.jpgPhoto submitted

Submitted story

comments powered by Disqus