Help Change A Coach's Life: Vote Now For The 2018 Hometown Hero Award!

Hometown Heroes -- an award to recognize the finest coaches in the country who make an impact in the community by changing high school-age athletes' lives for the better. You have from now until Friday, November 16th to vote for the 2018 Hometown Heroes Award. The winner to take home $25,000!

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2018 Hometown Hero Nominee: Scott Knight, Texas Glory Arkansas


2018 Hometown Hero Nominee: Conor Rosane, Kennewick H.S.


2018 Hometown Hero Nominee: Charlotte Richards, Corner Canyon H.S.


2018 Hometown Hero Nominee: Larry Menendez Jr., Team Motivate


2018 Hometown Hero Nominee: Darrell General, George Marshall H.S.


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