FCA Challenger Awards Presented To Area Football Players

December 6, 2018

Area football players were honored this week  at the 50th Annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ Challenger Award Banquet.

One Challenger Award is presented per team, chosen by a secret ballot with all players voting. The player must exemplify Christian values, sportsmanship and academic achievement.

Winners were:

Alex McMinn-Northview High School
Dean Hatcher-Tate High School
Bryce Cook-Jay High School
Austin Smith-West Florida High School
Adam Brennan-Pine Forest High School
Joseph Slattery-Washington High School
Cody Holt-Escambia High School
Hunter Rayburn-Pensacola High School
Jonah Tillery-Escambia Academy
Toby Jenkins-TR Miller High School
Tyree Dunn-Pensacola Catholic High School
George Setser-Gulf Breeze High School
Justin Campbell-Milton High School
Logan Taylor-Pace High School
Willie Baker-UWF

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2 Responses to “FCA Challenger Awards Presented To Area Football Players”

  1. Ellen Melton on December 6th, 2018 4:43 pm

    Congratulations to all of you who represent Christ on and off the field. Special shout out to Dean Hatcher. Well deserved. Thank you for being a spiritual leader for your team. GO AGGIES!!!! Class of ‘84

  2. The Killams on December 6th, 2018 2:03 pm

    Congratulations to all and especially Alex and Austin!

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