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Sunday, May 17, 2015

Savannah Country Day's Amari Oliver is the 23rd Hollis Stacey Award Winner

The award is named after Hollis Stacy, a Savannah High alumnus who went on to play on the LPGA Tour and is an LPGA Hall of Fame golfer. The award goes to the most versatile high school female athlete in Savannah and is voted on by local athletic directors and media members.
Amari Oliver is a three-sport athlete who played volleyball, basketball and track and field squad. For Amari to win this award she would have to overcome to major two knee injuries that would require surgeries during high school. Oliver was selected as an All-Region and All-Greater Savannah selections in volleyball and basketball throughout her four career at Savannah Country Day.  The Hollis Stacy Award will be presented to Amari on Friday, May 22. Congratulations Amari.
1993 — Joy Brown, Beach
1994 — Susie Kleinpeter, Calvary Baptist
1995 — Catherine Booker, Savannah Country Day
1996 — Catherine Booker, SCD
1997 — Kamesha Mabry, Jenkins
1998 — Arden Wilson, SCD
1999 — Brooke Cornwell, Savannah Christian
2000 — Erin Shields, SCD
2001 — Caroline Griner, Calvary Baptist
2002 — Anne Carson, SCD; Kristen Kelly, SCPS
2003 — Lizzie Sprague, SCD
2004 — Lizzie Sprague, SCD
2005 — Lisa Gray, St. Vincent’s Academy
2006 — Haley Reese, SCD
2007 — Christine Phan, Windsor Forest
2008 — Katherine Dotson, SCD
2009 — Katie Covington, Calvary Day
2010 — Sonny Canady, CDS
2011 — Jasmine Perrett, Jenkins
2012 — Alicia Lawton, Savannah High
2013 — Chandler Ewaldsen, Savannah Christian
2014 — Chandler Ewaldsen, Savannah Christian
2015 — Amari Oliver, SCD

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