MHS Community Celebrates the Start of Spring Sports
On March 22, Milton Hershey School hosted a “Springtime Madness” event to highlight high school student-athletes who will compete in baseball, softball, and track and field this spring. Throughout the event, high school student-athletes were introduced to the student body and participated in friendly competition.
“This event is very important to our athletes, coaches, and community,” said MHS Student Program Leader Roger Smith. “I can think of no better way to generate energy going into the new season than by recognizing the student-athlete ambassadors for the spring. Our athletes feel a great sense of pride in being recognized in front of the MHS community.”
As the athletes and coaching staff were recognized, the MHS community shared support, well wishes, and camaraderie in a fun environment. The MHS Athletics Department hosts similar events during the fall and winter to acknowledge athletes from each sports season.
With highly trained coaches, supportive staff, and world-class facilities, MHS student-athletes have the tools they need to succeed in the field or on the track. They learn how to build lifelong friendships and act with sportsmanship, positivity, and mutual respect.