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 third honoree is Sparrows Point High School student-athlete Robert Carrigan.
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Carrigan, a 12th-grader, is a three-sports athlete, who plays golf, indoor track and lacrosse. Carrigan was nominated by one of his coaches, Cory Neely who wrote:
"Robbie has demonstrated true leadership qualities throughout his four years with the golf program. ... This individual has been a three-year starter for the squad and has qualified for the Baltimore County and District Championships. As team captain, this individual was a leader on and off the course."
Carrigan is an honor student, who currently has a 3.47 GPA and a 4.17 weighted GPA. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and the Tri-M Music Honor Society and the SPHS representative to the Baltimore County Superintendent Student Advisory Council.
A member of the Boys Scouts, Carrigan earned his Eagle Scout Award in October 2014, and serves as a volunteer for Cub Pack 884, the National Youth Leadership Training and as an assistant coach for the Vipers lacrosse program.
"All in all, this individual is a great example of dedication towards athletics, academics and public Service," Neely wrote.
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