Brown receives Pigskin Oldies Scholarship


A group of former Hillsboro High School football players from the seasons of 1959 through 1965, known at The Pigskin Oldies, and their coach, Bill Atsalis, recently made a one-time $1,000 scholarship available to a HHS senior who played football. The winner of the scholarship was based on his grade point average, school participation, student council, and outside of school clubs. The player chosen was Heath Brown, right, who will be attending Thomas More College where he plans to major in business administration with a focus on marketing, and also play football. Presenting the check and representing the former football players is Bob Storer.


Jeff Gilliland | The Times-Gazette

A group of former Hillsboro High School football players from the seasons of 1959 through 1965, known at The Pigskin Oldies, and their coach, Bill Atsalis, recently made a one-time $1,000 scholarship available to a HHS senior who played football. The winner of the scholarship was based on his grade point average, school participation, student council, and outside of school clubs. The player chosen was Heath Brown, right, who will be attending Thomas More College where he plans to major in business administration with a focus on marketing, and also play football. Presenting the check and representing the former football players is Bob Storer.

A group of former Hillsboro High School football players from the seasons of 1959 through 1965, known at The Pigskin Oldies, and their coach, Bill Atsalis, recently made a one-time $1,000 scholarship available to a HHS senior who played football. The winner of the scholarship was based on his grade point average, school participation, student council, and outside of school clubs. The player chosen was Heath Brown, right, who will be attending Thomas More College where he plans to major in business administration with a focus on marketing, and also play football. Presenting the check and representing the former football players is Bob Storer.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Brown-scholar-pic.jpgA group of former Hillsboro High School football players from the seasons of 1959 through 1965, known at The Pigskin Oldies, and their coach, Bill Atsalis, recently made a one-time $1,000 scholarship available to a HHS senior who played football. The winner of the scholarship was based on his grade point average, school participation, student council, and outside of school clubs. The player chosen was Heath Brown, right, who will be attending Thomas More College where he plans to major in business administration with a focus on marketing, and also play football. Presenting the check and representing the former football players is Bob Storer. Jeff Gilliland | The Times-Gazette
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