Covenant Day School senior volleyball and basketball player Amanda Stone has beenissue243Amanda Stone basketball 2016-17
named the winner of the Shoeless Enterprises Leadership Award. The 17 year old daughter
of Bob and Polly Stone has been a fixture on these top performing teams at Covenant Day
for many years.

Amanda’s favorite sports memory came on the basketball court. “My
favorite sports memory is from my sophomore year of basketball. We were
playing against Charlotte Christian for the first time that season. Unfortunately
our coach had been suspended for that game because he had gotten
kicked out the game before. This was very humorous to all of us because he
graduated from Charlotte Christian. This was my favorite memory because
for the first time in Covenant Day girls’ basketball history, we beat Charlotte

Amanda is most proud of winning the Coach’s Award in volleyball. “I am a
basketball player. I decided to pick up volleyball my sophomore year. Winning
this award was a huge accomplishment to me because it showed how
much hard work and desire can pay off.”

Amanda is also a hard worker in the classroom at Covenant Day School.
She has been a consistent member of the A/B Honor Roll and is also an
officer in the National Honor Society. Amanda is a regular mentor at Matthews
Elementary where she makes weekly visits to the school to spend
time with a third grader named Hailey. Congratulations to Amanda Stone
for being named the winner of the Shoeless Enterprises Leadership Award.