3 Point Goal would like to thank everyone for supporting the Spring 2015 Nine and Dine fundraising effort. It was a very successful night of beautiful weather and great people. We honored our student athlete award winners for 2015. In attendance was this year's Jean Frey Award Winner, Kennedy Lutz from Conrad Weiser High School. Again, we appreciate the support all of you provide. Enjoy the summer!
The Berks County Basketball Official's Association honored 3 Point Goal with the Community Service Award on April 12, 2015. The award is given to an organization for displaying outstanding service to promoting basketball in Berks County.
Thank you BCBOA!
Congratulations to the following players selected for the 2015, 3 Point Goal Award. They will receive a $100 scholarship and the opportunity to apply for the Jean Frey Scholarship of $1000 (application below)
The mission of the 3 Point Goal Organization is to recognize outstanding high school girls’ basketball players who demonstrate leadership and inspire future contributions to girls’ basketball.
We are recognizing one senior girl's basketball player at each of the Berks County High Schools. These players are eligible to apply for the prestigious, Jean Frey Award. Jean Frey is recognized as one of Berks County’s winningest coaches. Jean remains actively involved in promoting and supporting Berks County Girls Basketball. The Jean Frey Award will recognize one Berks County senior basketball player that demonstrates exceptional character and leadership qualities.
The 3 Point Goal Organization would like to congratulate
Marissa McEwen- Schuylkill Valley High School
Marissa is the 2013 Recipient of the Jean Frey Award. Marissa will be receiving a $500 scholarship from the 3 Point Goal Organization. Marissa is heavily involved in her community by volunteering at the Olivet Boys and Girls Club along with participating in fundraising efforts for the PYEA, her school PTO, the American Cancer Society and Blue Jeans for Babies/ March of Dimes. Marissa is also a volunteer at the soup kitchen in Reading, PA and participates in building sheds for Habitat for Humanity. Additional community service includes her work volunteering through her church and participation in the Soles4Souls program.
Marissa was the captain of her basketball team through her junior and senior year. Marissa’s leadership positions include being a member of the executive board of the National Honor Society, Yearbook Co-President, and the treasurer of Literacy Magazine. She is also an acitve member of the World Affairs Club, the World Language Club, the PA Youth Education Association and Students Opposing Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Marissa displayed outstanding leadership and character throughout her high school career.