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Moat named Millard Robinson Award winner

By 27 November, 2011August 18th, 2012No Comments

November 27, 2011

Tiger senior Cimirrow Moat was named the 2011 receipient of the prestigious Coach Millard Robinson Award by the Delaware County Football Coaches Association. Moat received the award at the annual All-Delco banquet, held on Monday, November 28 at the Heritage Ballroom in Holmes.

The award is given annually to the Delaware County football player who best characterizes those values and qualities exemplified by the life and career of Coach Millard “Robbie” Robinson:

“This award will be presented for outstanding value and contribution to his team and the great game of football. The recipient shall demonstrate by his behavior and performance during practice and on game day . . . Inspiration . . . Perseverance . . . Dedication . . . Cooperation . . . Fair Play and Sportsmanship.

He may not have set any records or be the biggest and/or fastest but what he has given to and shared with his fellow players on the athletic field has made them richer for the experience and a better team.”

Moat set a new school rushing record in a single game with this 256 yard performance against Sun Valley to open the 2011 season. The back rushed for over 1,500 yards and 22 touchdowns, averaging 7.8 yards per rush. Cimirrow helped lead the Tigers to their third PIAA playoff appearance in school history.

Tiger seniors Joey Pham, Sean Ridinger and Chris Kurkian were also honored at the banquet.