Conestoga Valley High School senior Abigail (Abby) Morley was named a Brackbill Award Finalist at the virtual awards presentation on May 19.
The Brackbill Award is presented to one female and one male within the greater community who are exceptional student-athletes within the greater community. Athletes must compete in at least two varsity sports in their senior year and carry at least a 3.5 GPA.
Schools can nominate two student-athletes for the award, named after the league’s first executive director and former Penn Manor administrator. Both the award finalists and award winners receive monetary scholarships.
Morley has committed to play lacrosse for William & Mary College where she intends to major in biology. Morley, in addition to being a four-year member of CV's girls lacrosse team, was also a four-year member of CV's field hockey team and has been named a Lancaster-Lebanon (L-L) League All-Star in both sports. Earlier this spring, she netted her 200th career goal for the girls lacrosse team. In addition to her athletic successes, Morley is also a four-year member of CV’s Distinguished Honor Roll as well as a member of the National and Science Honor Societies and served as the Student Council Secretary.