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Hampton City Schools leads the way with highest number of students recognized at The 200+ Men Inc. Scholars Breakfast

The Hampton Roads Committee of 200+ Men, Inc. recently honored almost 150 students from Hampton City Schools for academic excellence. James Gray Jr., president and CEO for The 200+ Men Inc., presided over the recognition breakfast, which also honored students from neighboring school divisions and private high schools.

“There were 698 honorees in our program booklet this year, and Hampton had the most,” Gray said. “This is not the first time that Hampton has had the highest number of honorees.”

The annual breakfast honors African-American male scholars with a grade point average of 3.0 or better. Since the first 200+ scholars program began in 1998, about 6,800 students have been recognized. Many early honorees have completed a phase of their higher education and are now contributing in communities throughout the nation.

Corporate partners, churches, voluntary organizations, 200+ members and friends generously provide various levels of breakfast sponsorships. The 200+ Scholars Breakfast is an outgrowth of the community forum series which honors the memory of the late Dr. Samuel DeWitt Proctor, a Norfolk native who grew up in that city’s Huntersville section and became a noted theologian, educator and humanitarian.

The following HCS students were recognized at the 200+ Scholars Breakfast:
Rashod L. Addison
Miles F. Barnett
Xavier D. Barrett
Raheym Bell
Dominick R. Bellamy
Brian A. Blythe
David A. Brewster, Jr.
Jonathan M. Brown
Malik A. Brown
Malik T. Brown
James T. Bulluck
Mac A. Burgess, Jr.
Dana A. Capehart
Quincy D. Carpenter
Steven W. Carpenter
Kai A. Carson
Marlon T. Carter
Dashawn L. Charity
Anthony Cheeseboro
David Childers
Terry Z. Chisley
Eric A. Christie
Michael S. Collins
Matteo L. Concepcion
Nicholas C. Cornelius
Antonio Cousin, Jr.
Dshawn W. Creque
Anthony M. Davila
Aaron J. Easter
John T. Edwards
Malik I. Emmanuel
Devin J. Fields
Rashon D. Finch
Christopher Fisher
Francis D. Freeman, II
Ja'cione J. Fugate
Shawn D. Gainey
Justin P. Gilliam
Saion A. Gilliam
Daysean 0. Glasford
Kaine D. Glover
Laron S. Godwin
Trevon J. Goodman
D'amante D. Gordon
Darrien A. Griffin
Xavier J. Gunn, II
Joshua A. Hagins
lmad N. Hairston
Dante Hall
Eric V. Hall
Tyshawn D. Harris
Hasan Haskins
Christopher J. Hawkins
Rodney L. Hendricks
Nasheed Hinton
Julian B. Humphrey
Ronell J. Jackson
Austin Jefferson
Malik J. Jenkins
Terrance T. Jernigan
Jason A. Johnson
Antonio S. Jones
Jeremy L. Jones
Keante' L. Jones
Markeith' S. Jordan
Montez T. Kidd
Corwin A. Lacott
Emanuel Lassiter
Calvin G. Laurent
Xion A. Leverette
Daquan A. Lewis
Artavia T. Little
Joshua L. Livingston
Kyle Logan
Deavin Lowe
Lateef T. Manigault
Jeffery L. Matthews, Ill
Shaheem Y. Mccowen
Matthew C. McKle
Javon S. McKinney
Hector R. Medina
Tyler A. Meredith
Tyson A. Meredith
Jackson Miles
Jacob Miles
Dontavous B. Moore
Elton T. Morgan, Ill
Elijah N. Nelson
Christian Nichols
Isaiah C. Norris
Joshua E. Owusukoramoah
Donovan 0. Pace
Kelsey A. Peatross
Mycheal F. Peoples-Reynolds
Christofer N. Perry
Keith Perry
Matthew J. Pittman
Darien M. Poston
Ty'Khari A. Rawlings
Cameron A. Ray
Jarod M. Riley
Antonio Roberts
Michael D. Roundtree
Albert F. Russell
JaVon R. Sanchez
Micah T. Schaubach
Darius R. Shephard
Andre E. Smith
Je'Laun D. Spriggs
Shallah N. St. Leger
Matthew J. Stephenson
Jordan E. Stokes
Anthony E. Stowes, Jr.
Demetrius Strickland
Luckus A. Summers
Rashaud S. Taylor
Jakobl E. Tharpe
Stefan B. Tonklns
Christopher M. Traylor
Kaleb L. Tucker
James Turner
Aaron T. Uzzle
Alazuan J. Walker
Heru N. Ward
Marquise J. Washington
Raekwon Washington
Malik J. Welton
Isaiah C. White
Joshua J. White
Shelton L. White, Ill
Samuel Wilkerson
Darian L. Wilkinson
Aquarius N. Williams
Brandyn T. Williams
Deshaun R. Williams
Jawara L. Wimbush
Keande Woodfin
Gary L. Woodson
Jared Wright
Justin A. Wright
Kwan A. Wyatt

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