Three GBCC Athletes Earn YSCC Player of the Week- Week 2

Three GBCC Athletes Earn YSCC Player of the Week- Week 2


Three GBCC athletes earn YSCC Player of the Week- Week 2 honors.

Amelia Sheedy | Great Bay C.C. | SR | IF

Amelia Sheedy, a senior of Berwick, ME, had two strong games for GBCC last week going 4-6 in a doubleheader against NHTI. Amelia had three singles, a double, two RBIs and scored two runs. Amelia played an outstanding third base handling all six chances without an error. Amelia's batting average is 667.

Christian Dow | Great Bay C.C. | SR | P/C

Christian Dow, a senior pitcher from Rochester, NH, threw an excellent game on Wednesday during the Herons season opener against NHTI. Dow pitched the full 7 innings, giving up 0 runs and only 3 hits, striking out 6. Dow helped himself by hitting a three-run home run at the plate. It was a great showing for the Herons as they defeated NHTI, 12-0.

Kayleigh MacDougall | Great Bay C.C. | FR

The home opener for the Lady Herons immersed the school with noise as the Herons won their first victory at home against Unity College on September 11th, 2018. This season opened stronger than ever and notably because freshmen starter and captain, Kayleigh MacDougall brought her talent and tenacity to the court. Kayleigh's phenomenal performance and strategic gameplay secured the win for Great Bay. Although it was a team effort and many other players had a terrific performance, Kayleigh's presentation as a freshman outside hitter was one to remember. Kayleigh is a powerful outside hitter which electrifies the school every opportunity she gets at the net. She is always playing to the best of her ability, sacrificing her body during plays with exceptional diving saves! Kayleigh is an integral part of this program and continues to build not only her performance but her teammates as well. Kayleigh had a notable eleven kills, five aces and five digs versus Unity College. Unity did a great job digging many of Kayleigh's threatening attacks at the net, but Kayleigh continued to contest. Not only was Kayleigh's performance exceptional, but she continues to be a key asset and influential player continuously shaping and transforming the Volleyball program at Great Bay Community College.