Posted by editor on Friday April 06, 2012 - 1:02 pm (7 years, 9 months ago)
The Cape Cod Soccer Officials Association, Richard E. Maxwell Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural Richard E. Maxwell Scholarship Award.
Out of the many entries for both boys and girls, the 2012 recipients are:
Girls - Christina Catanzaro - Harwich High School
Boys - Marc-Andre' Parent - Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School
This is the first year for the scholarship program hosted by the Cape Cod Soccer Officials Association and will now become an annual award.
Established in 2011 for graduating seniors, class of 2012, it is named to honor the memory of our fellow official, Richard E. Maxwell. “Max” spent over fifty years officiating soccer, was a CCSOA member for almost forty years and a teacher on the Cape for over twenty years. His dedication to the sport, fair play and good sportsmanship elevated the game for us all.
Recipients were chosen from a pool of qualified applicants. Eligibility is open to any Cape Cod & Islands high school senior actively involved in their school’s varsity soccer program. We look forward to supporting the development of our youth, both on and off the playing field, in the years ahead with the Richard E. Maxwell Scholarship Award.
Donations for future awards can be made to:
c/o CCSOA Scholarship
1195 Falmouth Road
Centerville, MA 02632
More information can be found at www.capecodsoa.org
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