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Strovis Character Counts Awards program inducts GHS soccer player Beau Studley

May 23, 2018 at 2:04 pm

The Strovis Character Counts Awards program inducted Georgetown High School soccer player Beau Studley on Tuesday, May 22. Pictured are, from left, GHS Atlethic Booster Club President Kelly Cagle, Beau Studley, Strovis Chief Operating Officer Tracy Mau and GHS Soccer Coach Chris Hapeshis. (Photo by Mark A. Stevens)

By Mark A. Stevens
Chief Marketing Officer

The scene for a Strovis Character Counts Awards program induction couldn’t have been better as a slight breeze rolled in from the Pawleys Island beach.

Georgetown High School soccer team members were joined by parents and coaches Tuesday, May 22, to celebrate the season at a banquet at a beach house on historic Pawleys’ Atlantic Avenue.

The official program for the evening opened with the presentation of the Strovis Character Counts Award to Beau Studley.

Beau was nominated by Coach Chris Hapeshis, and he was presented with a certificate and a $50 cash prize by Strovis Chief Operating Officer Tracy Mau and GHS Booster Club President Kelly Cagle.

The Strovis Character Counts program honors student-athletes who excel in their chosen sport, as well as in life. Students who hold strong character traits are selected for the award. They are nominated by members of the coaching staff.

When nominating Beau for the award, Coach Hapeshis listed a series of character traits that he felt made Beau the perfect choice for the award. His certificate read: “For outstanding performance as a 2018 member of the Georgetown High School Boys Soccer Team & for always giving 100 percent and being the very definition of a team player & for his unwavering devotion and dependability to his teammates, clearly demonstrating that Character Counts.”

Every inductee for the Strovis award this school year will be eligible to be named the Strovis Character Counts Student-Athlete of the Year and receive a $250 cash prize.

Strovis partnered with the Georgetown High School Bulldogs Athletic Booster Club to create the awards program in the fall of 2017.

Founded in Georgetown in 1998, Strovis Holdings oversees three divisions of the company: Strovis Payroll & HR, Strovis Benefits and Strovis Insurance. The company serves clients in 32 states from South Carolina offices in Georgetown, Murrells Inlet, Summerville and Mount Pleasant. The company can be found on the web at www.strovis.com.

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GHS baseball player Bret Kirtley named Strovis Character Counts award winner

May 15, 2018 at 2:49 pm

Pictured, from left to right, are Dallas Kavanaugh, Strovis Chief Operating Officer Tracy Mau, Strovis Character Counts honoree Bret Kirtley, Bulldogs Varsity Baseball Coach Jason West and Assistant Baseball Coach B.J. McConnell. Mau presented Kirtley with his certificate and a $50 cash prize Friday evening.

 

Bret Kirtley was inducted as the latest member of the Strovis Character Counts Awards Friday, May 11.

A member of the Georgetown High School baseball team, Bret received a certificate and a $50 cash prize.

The Strovis Character Counts program honors student-athletes who excel in their chosen sport, as well as in life. Students who hold strong character traits are selected for the award. They are nominated by members of the coaching staff.

Eighteen students will be inducted for the 2017-18 school year, and one of those students will be named the Strovis Character Counts Student-Athlete of the Year.

When nominating Bret for the award, his coaches listed a series of character traits that make him the perfect choice for the award. His certificate read: “For outstanding performance as a 2017-2018 member of the Georgetown High School Boys Baseball Team & for always giving 100 percent and being the very definition of a team player & for his unwavering dependability to his teammates, clearly demonstrating that Character Counts.”

Strovis Chief Operating Officer Tracy Mau presented Bret with his award.

Strovis partnered with the Georgetown High School Bulldogs Athletic Booster Club to create the awards program in the fall of 2017.

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