SEHS seniors Whitney Parrish and Keegan “Shae” Hudson and ECHS seniors Bridget Devlin and William “Hank” Campbell have been named the 2010 Wendy’s High School Heisman Winners for their respective schools. To be eligible for this award, students must display academic aptitude, athletic talent and exceptional commitment to their communities.
Parrish is a three-year letterman in softball, a four-year letterman in basketball, and a two-year letterman in track and field. In addition to participating in three sports, Parrish is also a member of HOSA, is an active member of her church youth group, and has participated in community service. Upon graduation from SEHS, Parrish is considering Agnes Scott College or Georgia College and State University where she will pursue a degree in nursing.
Hudson has participated in football, basketball, and track and field during his tenure at SEHS. In addition to athletics, he is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, a member of his church youth group and has participated in community service. Hudson has also worked part-time as a lifeguard at Savannah Quarters and is currently employed by Gulfstream as an engineering apprentice. Hudson plans to continue his education at Georgia Tech-Savannah Campus.
Devlin has played softball for 12 years. She has played four years of varsity softball and two years of varsity soccer in 9th and 10th grade. She has also played traveling softball for Georgia Thunder and East Cobb. She is on the math team, belongs to the Calculus Club and Beta Club, has volunteered at the soup kitchen and has attended athletic leadership conferences as the school designee. She has signed a letter of intent with Armstrong Atlantic State University and plans to pursue an engineering degree.
Campbell has run varsity cross country all four years of high school. He ran middle school track and has run varsity track for four years of high school, participating in the 1600 meter, the 3200 meter, and the 800 meter events as well as the pole vault. He has also participated in Skills USA, representing ECHS at the state competition for two years. He placed 2nd at state level Skills USA in Crime Scene Investigation as well as 2nd in the Constitutional Law Quiz. He is a member and treasurer of the ECHS Science Club, a member of the Calculus Club, and is participating this year in Model UN. He plans to attend either the University of Georgia or Darton College to continue his education.