By Kris Freeman, SID, WHHS
SEWICKLEY, PA – White House High School senior standout soccer player Madisson Davis was named to the 2017 Esmark All-American Team.
Davis, with her teammates, led the Blue Devils to the 2017 Class AA State Championship in soccer, the first girls state title in a team sport at White House in its history. She is the daughter of Steven and Bethany Davis, and will graduate in the spring of 2018.
“This was really a surprise, I had no idea it was coming,” Maddie Davis said. “But I am proud to have been chosen as an All American, not just for me but for White House High School.
“As a kid who has spent her whole life in White House, I am proud to bring just a little more recognition to my hometown. This award is for my team, my school, and my hometown.”
Esmark All-American honors student athletes from across the country each year, and is led by president Mike Tomczak, the former professional quarterback with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears.
The Esmark High School “All-American” Recognition program was created by Esmark Inc. Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer James P. Bouchard to recognize outstanding athletic, educational and community service achievements by high school student-athletes across the United States in 16 major sports programs. The program includes recognition of student-athletes from four U.S. geographic regions: Northeast, Southeast, Southwest and Northwest.
Partnering with nationally recognized sports organizations, regional and state high school athletics associations, the Esmark High School “All-American” Recognition program provides an avenue for coaches, athletic directors, teachers, administrators, parents and community residents to nominate deserving high school boys and girls (Freshmen through Senior Years) who have displayed exceptional achievements on the playing field, in the classroom and in the communities where they live. (Esmark All-American)
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