Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic Awards Scholarships to Local High School Students

June 19, 2018 | Edwin R. Cadet, MD

For the 15th consecutive year Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic (ROC) has awarded students at local area high schools with scholarships in recognition of National Athletic Trainers Month.  The students were selected by the athletic directors and head athletic trainers on criteria including for career aspirations in athletic training or the sports medicine field, exemplary academic performance, and dedicated volunteer service to the sports medicine program.

Broughton High School athletic director Aaron Minger, head athletic trainer Kelly Robertson, and ROC physician Dr. Joseph Barker presented awards to Christian Hite and Reagan Leandro.

Garner High School athletic director Jeff Dunbar, head athletic trainer Michael Guerrero, and ROC physician Dr. Lyman S.W. Smith presented awards to Cameron Hollingsworth and Dalinda Rocha Hernandez.

Sanderson High School athletic director Tony Lewis, head athletic trainer Deirdre Johnson, and ROC physician Dr. David W. Boone presented awards to Isabelle Pasley and Antonio Brown.

Southeast Raleigh High School athletic director, head athletic trainer Ryan Hahner, and ROC physician Dr. Edwin Cadet presented awards to Mikiya McClain and Liliana Hilario Iagunas.

Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic provides sports medicine services to each of the high school’s athletic programs and awards scholarships to support and promote the sports medicine programs at each affiliated high school.