[Source: Southern Connecticut Conference Press Relase 2/2/2013)
Two student-athletes from Jonathan Law High School have been named to TheSportsCenter of Connecticut/Southern Connecticut Conference Scholar Athletes of the Month of December 2012. Now in its seventh year, The SportsCenter of Connecticut/SCC Scholar Athlete of the Month program honors outstanding young men and women each month during the academic year.
Student athletes who are selected must be a varsity letterwinner and have a 3.0/Baverage while demonstrating leadership qualities such as: being a positive role model; helping teammates overcome adversity; showing a commitment to self-improvement; or putting the needs of the team before themselves. Sports Center of CT/SCC Scholar Athlete of the Month recipients and receive a certificate, commemorative tee-shirt and a SportsCenter of Connecticut activity pass.
Stephanie Cameron, two-sport (gymnastics, softball) standout for the Eagles, Stephanie Cameron has excelled in the classroom. The junior captain of Law’s gymnastics team currently holds a 3.55 grade point average and has received Second Honors every year in her high school career. Stephanie is also a three year varsity starter on the softball team and earned All State cheerleading honors her freshman year, showing a wide range of athletic ability. Law athletic director Mike Hoggatt said, “Stephanie is a model student athlete in the classroom while playing sports. Many of her teammates look up to her as a leader on a daily basis.
Ryan Siddall, captain of Jonathan Law’s boys basketball team, Ryan Siddall has been a standout on the field andin the classroom. Ryan currently holds a 3.74 grade point average which places him in the top 15% ofthe graduating class. Ryan has also received First Honors every year at Law while taking AP and honors courses. In addition to basketball, Ryan is also a varsity member of the Eagles football and track teams. Law athletic director Mike Hoggatt said, “Ryan is one of the hardest working student athletes I have come across at Jonathan Law. Not only does he succeed in the classroom, but also on the playing field.