Former Augusta Christian basketball star Joey Isaac was recently named to the National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association All-American team for the 2003-2004 season.
Isaac, a senior at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Ga., averaged 18 points a game for the Lions last season. He was also named to the Georgia-Alabama-Carolinas Athletic Conference First Team and was MVP of the South Region of the NCCAA Tournament.
An informations systems major, Issac leaves the school as the third-highest scorer in school history.
Evans grad honored
Former Evans High track star Sherita King was named to the 2004 Southeastern Conference Track and Field Academic Honor Roll. King, a senior, is majoring in Biology.
King was previously named an honorable mention Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar, which is awarded to minority athletes who excel in academics, athletics and community service.
With a goal in the state playoffs, Greenbrier's Nicki Gray became the school's all-time leader in goals scored. Gray, who scored 25 goals in 2004, will play soccer at Tennessee Tech next season.
Greenbrier all stars
Two Greenbrier athletes competed in recent state all star competitions. Jennifer Wells, a West Georgia signee, recently competed in the 2004 Georgia Volleyball Senior All Star Game at North Springs High.
Lady Wolfpack catcher Ashlee LaFontaine, who will play collegiate softball at Erskine College, participated in Georgia Athletic Coaches Association 2004 Senior All Star Game at Kennesaw State University.
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