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Name: William Penrose 
School: Emmanuel Christian Academy 
Parent(s) or Guardian(s) Name(s): 
Athletic Endeavors in High School: soccer basketball track cross country
Scholastic and/or Community Endeavors: deans list fall 2019 Clark state, special friends ministry at
church
Future Plans: pole vault for Wittenberg University, and study business

Really appreciate all of my coaches who have looked out for me throughout school, sports, and life in.

Tiray “Tank” Jamison- This is Tank’s third year on the track and field team for the Warriors. After graduation, Tank plans to attend college and pursue a career in exercise science. He has a dream & goal to eventually own and operate a sports training facility for interscholastic student-athletes. Tank’s life verse is Philippians 4:13: “I can do all this through Him who gives me strength.” Thought from Coach James: “Tank is by far the most humble and helpful student-athlete I’ve ever coached. Tank would ALWAYS volunteer to help me out. I will miss him being a part of our track program in the coming years.” Tank’s parents are Tierra Thomas-Redmon, William Redmon and Tirez Jamison.

Name:  Alexis Salazar
School:  Troy Christian High School
Parent(s) or Guardian(s):  Steve and Heather Salazar
Athletic Endeavors in High School:  1st, 2nd, and 3rd All-Conference, Player of the Year in Soccer
Scholastic and/or Community Endeavors:  Honor roll, worship team, went on two mission trips to El Salvador and Bogota Colombia.  
Future Plans:  I will be playing Division 1 Soccer and Liberty University.  I will be majoring in communications and want to become a sports broadcaster.

Troy Christian has had an amazing toll on my heart. Being part of the Troy Christian family has been amazing. I have learned many things over the years. One person who has helped me over the years is Mr. Royce. Mr. Royce cares truly about every single person he teaches and wants what’s best for everyone. When attending TC in Jr. High I would have never thought I would have enough courage to speak in chapel. Mr. Royce saw something great in me that I didn’t. One of my favorite memories is when we would do the surveys in class because it was a time to just laugh and get to know everyone. I am going to miss you and your classroom. Thank you Mr. Royce for teaching me to be proud who God created me to be. I am going to miss you and everyone who has taught me over the years. 

 

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Name:  Preston Lair
School:  Troy Christian High School
Parent(s) or Guardian(s):  Andy and Melinda Lair
Athletic Endeavors in High School:  During my junior and senior years I played varsity soccer, junior year of track, senior year baseball
Scholastic and/or Community Endeavors:  Honor Roll all 4 years of high school and National Honor Society member  
Future Plans:  I plan to begin my career in public works construction at our family business, Outdoor Enterprise.

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