Spring 2019 MVP Memorial Foundation Leadership Awards

Paul VI Catholic High School – MVP Leadership Award winner Douglas Roach will attend Clemson University.

Matt was a 16-year-old sophomore at Langley High School when he died of viral myocarditis.  He was a promising baseball player, a respected student and a friend to many throughout Northern Virginia.  He also attended Paul VI Catholic High School as a freshman and played baseball with the Stars Baseball organization.

 

Along with supporting veterans causes and funding research and awareness around myocarditis, Matt’s foundation recently presented $2,000 leadership awards to three well-rounded high school seniors who model the traits we valued in Matt - compassion for others, strong work ethic and a passion for excellence in endeavors outside the classroom.

 

In the past few weeks we presented our fourth year of  MVP Foundation Leadership Awards to: Douglas Roach  of Paul VI High School, Carson McCusker of Fauquier High School and Thomas Miner of   Langley High School. 

 

Congratulations to these students who are role models and to their great families. 

Stars Baseball –Fauquier High School senior, Carson McCusker, will attend and play baseball at Roanoke College.
Langley High School – Recipient Thomas Miner is headed to  Baylor University.

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