Congratulations to senior, Dahla Myers, for being team FYN’s player of the week. Myers is a guard for the Fannin Rebels basketball team who has played the sport for the school for the past three years.
Myers is a triathlete who has not only played basketball for the school, but has also ran cross country and played soccer. The senior has been awarded for his great performance since his freshman year when he received the title of JV Player of the Year for soccer. He even managed to carry the same title into his sophomore year for basketball. His junior year, Myers received the MVP award for soccer.
Not only does the senior have athletic accomplishments, but also academic ones. Dahla was recognized for his academic excellence his sophomore year when he was inducted into the National Honors Society. The senior’s plan after graduation is to attend the University of North Georgia in Blue Ridge.
Congratulations to Lady Rebel, Reagan Henderson, for being FYN’s player of the week. Henderson is a senior at Fannin County High School where she starts as a post and has played basketball for the school the past four years.
Not only does the senior play basketball, she is also an honor student who dual enrolls in college. Henderson also participated in track and field for the high school her freshman and sophomore year. The athlete was awarded for her hard work ethic and great attitude her junior year with the Sabrina Gibson award.
Henderson’s plans after graduation is to attend the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega. Her hope for the future is to go into the medical field and become a neonatal nurse.
Congratulations to FYN’s player of the week for the Rebels basketball team, Jalen Ingram! Ingram is a sophomore at Fannin County High School who is going on his second year of playing the sport for the school.
Not only does the athlete play basketball for the school, but he has also played football for the past two years. Ingram has been an asset to Fannin basketball this season in his position of starting post.
Jalen has been recognized for his outstanding performance in both of his sports by receiving awards. Last year, Ingram earned the Rookie of the Year award for basketball. This past football season, he was given the title as a First Team 7AAA All Region pick.
Congratulations to Abby Ledford for being FYN’s player of the week for Lady Rebel basketball! Abby is a sophomore at Fannin County High School who is a starting guard and is going on her second year of playing the sport for her school.
Not only does the sophomore challenge herself on the court, but also in the classroom with her honors classes. Ledford is a dedicated dual athlete who has also played volleyball for the past two years.
Congratulations to Chandler Kendall for being Team FYN’s player of the week for the Fannin Rebels basketball team! Kendall is a senior at Fannin County High School who plays the position of a starting guard.
Chandler is not only a great athlete but also a great student. Kendall was inducted into the National Honors Society his sophomore year and remains a member today. Among his peers, Chandler was also voted as the most athletic in his senior class. Not only will this be the senior’s fourth year of playing basketball for the high school, he has also played baseball going on four years and participated in football for the first time this past season.
Chandler has lettered for three years in basketball and has earned many awards. His sophomore year, he earned the title of Defensive Player of the Year and was recognized for having the best three-point percentage on the team. His junior year, he received an All Region Honorable mention and was selected as the GA Tip Off Club player of the month for January. He also earned awards for having the most charges, assists, steals, and once again earned recognition as the Defensive Player of the Year and had the best three-point percentage.
Congratulations to Team FYN’s player of the week for the Lady Rebels basketball team, Morgan Holt! Holt is a junior at Fannin County High School who plays the position of a starting guard.
This is Morgan’s third year of playing basketball for the high school. When Holt is not playing ball for the school, she spends her free time playing for a travel basketball team.
As far as basketball awards go, she has been earning them since her freshman year when she received the title of Rookie of the Year. Holt lettered her sophomore year, received the All-Tournament Player award at this past years ETC Tournament, and earned an MVP award for their Christmas Tournament this season at North Murray.
Morgan is a great player who is an asset to the Lady Rebels. Not only is she a great athlete, but she is also a great sport. She stays positive and always encourages her teammates on the court. Congratulations again to Morgan!
Congratulations to FYN’s player of the week for the Rebels basketball team, Cohutta Hyde! Cohutta is a sophomore at Fannin County High School who is going on playing his second year of the sport for the high school.
Hyde is a dual athlete who not only plays basketball, but he also had the position of a defensive back and a wide receiver on Fannin’s football team for the past two years. In this basketball season 2018 Tip-Off Tournament, the sophomore was selected to receive the title as one of the All-Tournament Players.
When asking head basketball coach Shan Culpepper about the Rebel, he stated, “Cohutta is a sophomore who is learning how to be a good leader for us as a team going forward. He is quick on his feet, wants to win, works hard every day in practice, and always gives great effort.”
Congratulations to FYN’s player of the week for the Lady Rebels basketball team, Maleah Stepp! Maleah is a senior at Fannin County High School who has been playing basketball for the high school all four years.
Not only is the senior great at basketball, she is also heavily involved at school. With her time at FCHS, Stepp has participated in basketball for four years, softball for one, she was inducted into the National Honors Society her sophomore year and the National Technical Honors Society her junior year, and juggles college classes on top of it all.
As far as sports awards go, Stepp has been selected to be the recipient of many. Her junior year, Maleah was selected as an All Tournament Player in the Mountaintop Holiday Classic. This past year she was once again selected for the same title, but in the 2018 Tip Off Tournament. In just her first year of playing softball for the high school as a center fielder, Stepp was named to the All-Region Team for 2018.
When asking head basketball coach Ryan Chastain about the senior, he stated, “Maleah is a great kid. She is a senior who was voted as captain by her teammates on this years basketball team. She starts at the point guard position for us and there is a lot of leadership that goes into that role so I think it says a lot about her character being given that title. She has been a four year varsity player here and she continues to work hard and make strides. We are looking forward to having a good stretch right here to end the season.”