CBA is pleased to announce that junior Jordan Sheridan placed second in a national essay contest “Champs Sports Cash for College Challenge,” earning a $5000 scholarship towards continuing her education.
Sheridan, a Fayetteville resident, wrote her essay on her involvement with Peer Ministry and her “Strike Out Hunger” campaign which collected pledges for each strike out she achieved during the 2011 softball season, ultimately raising over $3700 for the Samaritan Center.
Caption: Jordan Sheridan 13 and Samaritan Center Director Mary Beth Frey.
In addition, Jordan will be featured in ESPNHS Magazine next month as part of its “18 under 18” section that will highlight the accomplishments of 18 student-athletes across the nation that are top performers in their sport and still make strides in their community.
Caption: Jordan Sheridan '13
CBA would like to commend Jordan on both her academic and athletic accomplishments as well as efforts to make the community a better place.