Hudson, Rogers selected as March Students Of The Month

The SCHSL is pleased to announce the 2024 March Student-Athletes of the Month.  Chloe Hudson of Rock Hill High School has been named the Girl’s Student-Athlete of the Month and Zach Rogers of Lewisville High School has been named the Boy’s Student-Athlete of the Month.

Hudson is a sophomore three-sport athlete at Rock Hill. She is a member of the girls basketball, soccer and tennis teams.  Academically, Hudson carries a 4.1 grade point average.  The well-rounded student is a standout on the court and off.  On the court she is a 2023-24 Class AAAAA All-State Player and a member of the Class AAAAA All Region Team (Region 3).  Academically, she is an A/B honor roll student and a member of the Beta Club.

Hudson is an active member of the FCA, and Jesus Biscuits.  Her community involvement includes participating with Men on a Mission Community Clean-Up and the Oakland Baptist Church Community Service project.  She also spends time mentoring at elementary schools. She has participated in the SCHSL Winter Sports Leadership Summit and is the team captain for both the Girls Basketball Team and Girls Soccer Team.

Rogers, is a junior four-sport athlete at Lewisville. He participates in football, wrestling, track and field and baseball.  Academically, he carries a 4.58 grade point average and is ranked in the top 10 of his class.  He is a member of the Beta Club and has also been selected to be a Junior Marshall this year.

Rogers athletic achievements include lettering in Varsity Football (3), Wrestling (1), Track and Field (3) and Baseball (2). Zach is a 2-time recipient of Defensive Back of the Year Award in Football.  Zach has been invited and participated in many Carolina Coaches Combines across the state for football.  This past January, he participated in the High School Blitz Junior Showcase, which featured the top Juniors in the state of South Carolina.

Rogers is part of the Lion Leadership program at Lewisville High School where he volunteers his time by going to read to elementary school students and also helping in the elementary school car line greeting kids on football gameday mornings. He also volunteers his time with the annual Harmony Baptist Church Sports Camp where he organizes drills for the youth and participates in daily devotional time as well.

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