On Tuesday afternoon, the Cherokee County Sports Hall of Fame announced that it has chosen to honor twelve Cherokee County School District Class of 2021 graduates.
This organization recognizes the most outstanding senior male and female athletes from all of Cherokee County School District’s high schools every spring. Awardees are nominated through their school’s administrators based on their athletic performance throughout their high school careers. These honorees are part of a separate program from the Hall of Fame’s annual ceremony, which inducts prestigious individuals who have distinguished themselves in Cherokee County athletics.
We’re so proud of these graduates for their exceptional accomplishments in our classrooms, our athletic arenas, and our community,” said Superintendent Dr. Brian V. Hightower. “We wish them the best as they continue their education and dedication to their sport. Thank you to the Cherokee County Sports Hall of Fame for recognizing our graduates and all that you do to celebrate our community’s achievements in sports.”
The Class of 2021 honorees is as follows: Dom DeLillo and Kate Johnson of Cherokee High School, Taylor Harris and Ciara Miles of River Ridge High School, Grant Anderson and Makena Gates of Creekview High School, Michael Roe and Glenda Setlock of Woodstock High School, Brock Rechsteiner and Kinsey Norton of Etowah High School, and Carson Thorne and Paige Powers of Sequoyah High School.