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In April 2016, Piedmont celebrated softball senior, Katlin Crocker. On senior night Katlin hit a grand slam in her last official at bat. The same week, Hannah Champion, was celebrated as a senior soccer player. The girls soccer game ended in a tie that had the crowd on the edge of their seats. Baseball senior, Neel Naik, played cricket prior to joining the baseball team. As Neel hit a double that got three runners to score in the senior recognition game, you would not believe that he hadn’t been playing baseball his whole life. Our competitive sports program is one way that Piedmont instills compassion, integrity, honesty, personal responsibility, and respect for self and others. We will greatly miss Katlin, Neel and Hannah next year, but we have confidence that they are prepared for life beyond Piedmont.
Emily Christenberry will be attending Chapel Hill in the Fall. Having been a Patriot since Kindergarten, she shares, “The personalized experience I’ve had at Piedmont has been great. I love the size of it. I definitely feel prepared for college.” Emily has liked doing community service at Piedmont and hopes to plug in with service opportunities at Chapel Hill. She has a goal of becoming a physical therapist one day.