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PressBox, GBMC Honor Towson High School's Miles Stroman With Unsung Hero Award

November 24, 2014

PressBox and GBMC have teamed up to honor one high school student athlete each month who demonstrate sportsmanship, school spirit, hard work and dedication. 

The second honoree is Towson High School football player Miles Stroman.

GBMC Hero: Towson High School Miles Stroman
L-R: GBMC's John Lazarou, Towson High School football coach Chad Knippenberg, PressBox publisher Stan Charles, Miles Stroman, Dr. Denatra Green-Stroman, Towson High School assistant principal Traci Johnson Mathena.

To nominate a student-athlete for consideration, click here. 

Stroman, a 12th-grader, was nominated by his coach, Chad Knippenberg who wrote:

"Miles Stroman is a vital member of the Towson High football team and program. Miles is a hardworking young man willing to do what it takes (and then some) to help his teammates perform better as well as move the program forward. 

"Miles can be observed leading drills during pre practice, assisting other younger players in technique and skill, as well as pushing our offense to be at its best. When on defense, he is coordinating our attack with our defensive coordinator and is flying all over the field."

Towson ended the 2014 season with 7-3 record, closing out the year with a 31-6 win against Dulaney High School. 

"Miles does a lot for his team, especially behind the scenes." Knippenberg wrote. "...  We as a staff and school feel very fortunate to have him here."

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