Harmon and Mosley Honored as GMC s Wendy s High School Heisman Representatives
(Milledgeville, GA) October 1, 2003 – GMC High School’s Whitney Harmon and Reginald Mosley, have been nominated for the coveted Wendy’s High School Heisman Award. Similar to the collegiate Heisman recognition, this award honors the nation’s top high school seniors who best exemplify a supreme “scholar-citizen-athlete.”
COL Jim LeBrun, GMC Principal, recognized these two exceptional leaders for their academic aptitude, athletic talent and tremendous display of commitment to their communities. “We believe it’s important to recognize our young people not just for what they do in the classroom or on the field, but their contributions to their communities,” said COL LeBrun. “The Wendy’s High School Heisman program is a great way to spotlight, on a national level, just how special they are.”
Now celebrating 10 years of commitment to youth and education, this program was created through a partnership between Wendy’s, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and the Heisman Memorial Trust, in 1994.
Miss Harmon maintains a full college-preparatory academic schedule, while playing on the high school tennis team, which finished first in the region and third in the state during the 2001-2002 school year. Last year, Miss Harmon had an undefeated season, and has been named the Most Valuable Player for the past three years. In addition, she also manages the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams, and participates in chorus. She is also active in her community with the Relay for Life, and the River of Life projects. She hopes to play tennis at the college level next fall, and pursue a degree in education. Whitney is the daughter of Sonny and Vickie Harmon of Milledgeville.
Mr. Mosley excels in his academic coursework, while participating in chorus, baseball, track, basketball and football. During his high school football career, he has been named the GMC high school football Special Teams Player of the Year, Best Defensive Back, and Hardest Hitter. Mr. Mosley attended Georgia Boys State and actively participates in the Relay for Life and River of Life projects. The son of Regina Mosley, of Milledgeville, Reginald intends to play intercollegiate football next fall, and pursue a degree in accounting.
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