90s Recipients.

Tommy Sudderth

  • Class of 1990
  • Rare three sport athlete in the late 80’s with six varsity letters in football, basketball, and baseball for all four years in high school
  • Outstanding Wide Receiver and Team Captain his senior year
  • 45 career receptions for over 900 yards
  • School record ten catches in a single game for 169 yards vs Pope High School senior season
  • Batted .326 with 24 RBI’s and 15 stolen bases on a 21-8 team his junior year
  • Selected to the AJC North Fulton All Star Team in 1989
  • Led the baseball team to a 19-7 record his senior year while batting .494 in 103 plate appearances, 32 RBI’s, 22 stolen bases and four home runs
  • Currently holds the school record for highest batting average in a single season
  • Led baseball team to a combined 40 wins in 1989 and 1990
  • Metro Atlanta Dugout Club Player of the Week in 1990
  • Metro Atlanta Dugout Tournament MVP in 1990
  • Atlanta Braves 400 Club Metro Atlanta All Star team in 1990
  • Selected to the Metro Atlanta All Star team his senior year
  • Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North Georgia All Star 1990
  • AJC North Fulton All Star and Player of the Year 1990
  • Team Captain and MVP for the 1990 season
  • Attended Kennesaw State College 1991-1992 as a left fielder for  Head Coach Mike Sansing
  • Currently holds Kennesaw State school record for most stolen bases in a single game

Sean Halloran

  • 4 year Varsity Letterman for Boys Golf
  • played on four consecutive Region Championship teams 1987 thru 1990
  • his senior year the Boys Golf Team won the 1990 AAAA State Championship while playing in the number one position for that season
  • received a scholarship to SE Louisiana University
  • selected to the All- Louisiana Team as a freshman in 1991
  • was a member of the 1992 and 1994 Trans America Athletic Conference Championship Team
  • elected three times to the Trans America Athletic All-Conference Team
  • twice selected as Academic All-Conference
  • selected to the All Louisiana Team four consecutive years from 1991 thru 1994
  • was Team Medalist three of his four years shooting a 73.6 his senior year
  • qualified for the NCAA Regional in 1994
  • upon graduation played professional on the mini-tours for three

Alain Sergile

  • Four year varsity letterman in swimming
  • Eight time Georgia State High School Champion in swimming
  • 100 and 200 Freestyle State Champion 1988, 1989 and 1990
  • 4 x 100 Freestyle Relay State Champion 1989, 1990
  • Set Georgia State Record 200 freestyle in 1990
  • Led swim team to 3rd place state finishes in 1989 and 1990
  • Two time Junior National Champion
  • Attended Southern Methodist University 1990-1994
  • 2x Southwest Conference Champion 100 meter Butterfly
  • 2x NCAA All-American 1993 and 1994
  • USA representative World University Games 1993
  • Haitian representative in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA competing in the 100 meter butterfly

Matt Heick

  • 4 year Varsity Letterman for Boys Golf
  • Played on four consecutive Region Championship teams 1989 thru 1992
  • the Boys Varsity Golf team never finished below 3rd in the AAAA State Tournament during his four year career
  • his sophomore season the Boys Golf Team won the 1990 AAAA State Championship and Matt was also the Individual State Champion Medalist for the Tournament
  • during his senior year the Golf team finished as AAAA State Runner-Up in 1992
  • went on to play collegiately for four years at the College of Charleston, SC and continued to play in the professional mini-tours after graduation

Monica Winter

  • 12 varsity letters in softball, soccer, and basketball
  • Attended Ramsey, N.J. High school
  • Member of N.J State Championship softball team 1990
  • Starting shortstop for Roswell 1991, 1992
  • Best Defensive Player Award 1991 on Region Championship Team with 30-4 record
  • MVP on 1992 Class AAAA State Championship Team
  • Led team Batting Avg. with .563
  • Set school records for hits, runs scored
  • Selected 1st team North Fulton All Star Shortstop
  • Starting Point Guard on basketball team
  • Basketball MVP as a junior
  • 1st Team All North Fulton 1992
  • Senior year 1993 team finished 22-4
  • Led team in assists, steals, 2nd in scoring, 3rd in rebounding
  • Team MVP as a senior, Co-Captain, and North Fulton Player of the Year
  • Two year starter on soccer team
  • Voted Best Offensive Player both years
  • Attended Davidson College, N.C. on a basketball scholarship
  • 4 year letter winner
  • 3 year starting point guard
  • Team captain 2 years

Elizabeth Noethling Spell

  • 12 varsity letters in basketball, softball, and track
  • Started as a freshman in varsity basketball, softball, and track
  • Led basketball team in scoring 3 consecutive years
  • Led team in rebounding 4 consecutive years
  • 994 career points scored
  • 8th leading scorer in school history
  • Selected All North Fulton 1st Team in 1993, 1994
  • Selected by Atlanta Tip Off Club as Player of the Week
  • 4 year starter in softball
  • Member of the 1992 Class AAAA State Championship Softball Team
  • Named to the All-State Softball Team her senior year
  • 4 year starter in track
  • Placed 3rd in discus and 4th in shotput at 1994 Class AAAA State Track Meet her senior year
  • Still holds Roswell High school record for discus
  • Selected by AJC as “North Fulton Female Athlete of the Year” for 1993-94 school year
  • Attended Furman University on Basketball scholarship
  • Won 5 varsity letters in basketball and track
  • Member of Southern Conference Champions 1995, 1996
  • Led team in blocked shots for 3 years
  • Lettered in track freshman year
  • Set Furman school records for women’s shotput and discus that still stand today
  • Entering 15th Year of High School coaching
  • Currently coaching girls basketball at Cherokee High School winning 4 Region Championships with 2 Sweet Sixteen and 1 Elite Eight appearance in Class AAAAAA

Krissie Register

  • Four year letterman on girls varsity golf team
  • Girls Division State Champion Medalist 1995
  • American Junior Golf Association 1st Team All-American
  • All Pac-12 Conference 1996, 1997 and 1998
  • Pac-12 All -Academic 1996, 1997 and 1998
  • NCAA Women’s Golf All-American at the University of Arizona 1996, 1997 and 1998
  • Member of the Pac-12 Championship Team and NCAA National Championship Team at Arizona in 1996
  • Qualified for the US Women’s Open 1996

Lindsey Winter-Keough

  • 9 varsity letters in soccer, basketball, and volleyball
  • holds the Girls Soccer school record for career goals scored with 75 averaging 25 goals a season
  • holds current school record for Most Goals scored in Single game with 8
  • selected to All North Fulton Girls Soccer Team 1995
  • All North Fulton Girls Soccer Player of the Year 1996
  • selected to the Georgia Olympic Development Team
  • point guard on the basketball team for three years leading the team in assists and steals her junior and senior seasons
  • Girls Basketball Co-Captain senior year
  • member of volleyball team for three years
  • Co-Captain Volleyball senior year
  • selected Roswell/Alpharetta Neighbor News Player of the Week Volleyball
  • received an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy and was a member of the Women’s Soccer team where she lettered for four years 1996 -2000
  • selected to the Mountain West Conference All-Academic Team in 1999
  • selected as Team Captain for her Senior year winning 11 games and setting Team record for Most Wins in a Single Season
  • graduated with honors and has been an active member of the U.S. Air Force

Jermaine Phillips

  • 11 varsity letters in football, basketball and track
  • AJC AAAA All State Football 1996
  • Team Captain 1996
  • Team MVP 1996
  • Selected to play in Georgia v Florida All Star game 1997
  • Fox Sports All South team
  • Received Roswell Rotary Club Senior Leadership Award 1996
  • AJC All State Basketball 1997
  • Team MVP Basketball 1997
  • Top ten RHS All Time leading scorer in basketball with 1,164 Career points
  • Single game top ten scoring with 4 games of 30 points or more
  • Member 1997 Class AAAA State Championship Basketball Team
  • Twice recognized by Atlanta Tip Off Club as Player of the Week
  • School record holder in high jump at 6’9” 1997
  • Member of 4 x 100 school record relay team 1997
  • Led track team to State AAAA 3rd place finish 1997
  • 1st partial qualifier football scholarship to UGA
  • Special teams Player of the Year 1999
  • Coffee County Hustle Award
  • Vince Dooley MVP Award 2001
  • Team Captain 2001
  • All- SEC Safety 2001
  • Senior Bowl invitee 2002
  • Drafted in 5th round by Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2002 NFL draft
  • Played in 2003 Super Bowl vs. Oakland Raiders for Super Bowl Champions Tampa Bay.

Scott Pohlman

  • 3 year starter for varsity basketball, 2nd leading scorer in Roswell High School history with 1,564 career points
  • Set school record with most games (6) of 30 points or more
  • 1st Team All North Fulton 2 years
  • All North Fulton “Player of the Year” 1997
  • All Region Team 2 years
  • Region “Player of the Year” 1997
  • AJC All-State Basketball team
  • Named MVP for 1997 Class AAAA State Basketball Tournament
  • Four times selected by Atlanta Tip Off Club Player of the Week
  • Team Captain and MVP on Class AAAA State Championship Basketball Team
  • Runner-up for All Classification “Mr. Basketball Award” 1997
  • Selected for Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All Star Game 1997
  • Played collegiately at Auburn University 1998 – 2001
  • 9th leading scorer in Auburn’s history with 1,442 points
  • Played 129 career games at Auburn
  • Ranks 4th All Time with 206 three point shots, 2nd All Time with 609 three point shot attempts, 4th All Time free throw percentage of 81.9 percent
  • Led Auburn to 1999 SEC Championship and NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll 1999
  • Named All-FedEx for 3 point shooting by Sport Magazine 2000
  • Named Freshman All-American Honorable Mention 1998 by Basketball Weekly
  • Coaches 1998 All-SEC Freshman Team
  • Graduated from Auburn University Magna Cum Laude

Abe Smith – Class of 1998…

  • 7 Varsity Letters for Basketball, Baseball and Track….member of Varsity Basketball Team that was a combined 54-7 his Junior and Senior seasons…starting forward on 1997 Class AAAA State Championship Basketball Team…
  • Selected by Atlanta Tip-Off Club as Player of the Week 1998…holds Roswell High School single game scoring record with 45 points vs. Sprayberry High School in 1998…
  • Selected as Most Valuable Player at Parkview High School Thanksgiving Tournament and selected to the All-Tournament Team at Brookwood High School’s Deep South Classic scoring 31 points vs Brookwood in Finals…
  • Selected to AJC AAAA All-State Team in 1998…selected to Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Basketball Team 1998…member of Varsity Baseball Team as a starting Pitcher-First Baseman…selected by Georgia Dugout Club to North-South All Star Baseball game and recognized by Roswell Neighbor News as Athlete of the Year 1998…participated in Track his sophomore year and placed at Region Track meet…upon graduation received Basketball scholarship to Auburn University…member of Auburn’s 1999 SEC Championship team as a Freshman…
  • Selected to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Academic All-American Team in the Year 2000…Abe graduated from High School with a 4.2 GPA and later received the 1998 Roswell High Atlanta Journal-Constitution Faculty Cup given to a Senior for high achievement, character, leadership and community involvement.

Ryan Lewis – Class of 1998…

  • Four-year Letterman in Varsity Track and Field he also Wrestled his Freshman and Sophomore years. In Track and Field, he exceled in Pole Vaulting…in both his Junior and Senior Seasons in 1997 and 1998 he was the AAAA Georgia State Champion in the Pole Vault for the highest classification in the State …
  • Holds Roswell High School Record and Region Record for Pole Vault at 15 feet…twice won “Best Performance Award” at the GHSA State Track Meet held in Jefferson, Ga. for 1997 and 1998…
  • After High School he attended Western Carolina University his Freshman year in 1999 and holds the school record in the Pole Vault at 16 feet 4 inches and was Southern Conference Outdoor Champion that season…
  • He was selected to Junior National All-American Team in 1999. transferred to Clemson University his sophomore season…selected to the All-ACC Track and Field Team, three times in 2000, 2001 and 2003…
  • ACC Pole Vault Champion in 2000 and National Championship Qualifier in 2003.

Todd Crane – Class of 1991…

  • 9 Varsity Letters in Football, Baseball and Basketball…Wide Receiver and Safety in Football, Point Guard in Basketball and Center fielder in Baseball…selected his Senior year in 1990-91 as Most Valuable Player in Football, Baseball and Best Offensive Player in Basketball
  • Led team with a .438 batting average his Junior season in Baseball while setting then school record of 28 Stolen bases…finished High School Baseball career with a .392 batting average from the lead off position and committing only three errors out of a career 151 chances…
  • Selected Metro Atlanta Dugout Chili Player of the Week twice in 1990 and to the Metro Atlanta Dugout Club All-Star Team in 1991…graduated 6th out of 470 Students from Roswell High…. attended University of Georgia and was a four-year starter in Center Field for the Bulldogs from 1991-95…
  • Most Valuable Player at UGA in 1995…led team in nine different categories to include .340 batting average, 83 total hits, 60 runs scored, 18 doubles and 22 Stolen Bases…1st Team All-SEC 1995…Academic All-SEC all four years at UGA…
  • He held single season record for career triples with 13 until 2013…upon graduation only one of three Bulldogs in history to play in over 220 career games and to have over 800 careers At Bat…drafted in the 26th round by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 1995 Major League Baseball Draft…selected as Phillies Organizational Player of the Month in June 1997…played four years in the Minors finishing at AA in Reading, Pa. in 1998.

Chris Page – Class of 1991…

  •  Three-year Letterman in Varsity Football
  •  Four year Letterman in Varsity Basketball
  •  Senior season selected First Team All-State in Football
  •  Honored by the Atlanta Touchdown Club as the Lineman of the Year
  •  Accepted a scholarship to the University of Kentucky
  •  Starting left tackle at UK for several seasons

Tricia Page – Class of 1991…

  • Four Year Varsity Basketball,  playing in every Varsity game from 1992-1996 totaling 103 games.
  • Finished her career as the fourth leading scorer at RHS, and is still in the Top Ten career scoring leaders.
  • Team Captain both her Junior and Senior years and voted by her teammates as Best Offensive Player, Best Defensive Player, and Most Valuable Player both of these seasons as well.
  • Her Junior season set school records for both free throws attempted and free throws made.
  • Her Senior year, she set a free throw shooting record of 82% for the season.
  • Led her team in scoring both her Junior and Senior years.
  • Second leading rebounder on the team in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades.
  • All around leader, serving as class President her 10th,11th, and 12th grade years.
  • Selected as the AJC All-Star her Senior Year.
  • Offered a scholarship by Presbyterian College, which she declined attending the University of Georgia instead.
  • Member of Senator Isakson’s staff for 11 years.
  • UGA Associate Vice President for Government Relations from 2011-2014.
  • Currently Serving as the University of Georgia Executive Vice Chancellor for Administration.

Cortney Moore Noethling – Class of 1997

Earned 7 varsity letters at Roswell, 4 for volleyball, and three for basketball


  • Only the second freshman to play varsity volleyball at that time
  • Sophomore year:  Defensive Player of the year
  • Junior year: Defensive Player of the year, MVP
  • Senior year: Team captain, MVP, led team in blocks and kills


  • Sophomore Year: Leading rebounder, 2nd leading scorer behind HOF Tricia Page
  • Junior Year: Leading rebounder, 2nd leading scorer (Page)
  • MVP of Fulton County Tournament, which we won
  • North Fulton All-Star, YBOA team finished 4th in the nation.

Senior Year:

  • Team captain, MVP, Best Offensive Player, averaged a double-double, set a single season record for most rebounds, finished her career as one of the top ten all-time scorers at RHS
  • All Tournament at the Chapel Hill HS Holiday Festival Tournament,
  • Region Player of the Year by vote of the coaches (with Scott Pohlman HoF’er)
  • Senior Superlative for Most Athletic (with Jermaine Phillips HoF’er)

Samford Univ:  starter all 4 years, ranked nationally among D1 women in rebounds and blocked shots; still holds the Samford records in those two categories.


Richie Rosebush – Class of 1993

Richie Rosebush graduated from Roswell High School in 1993 and was a three-year starter on the Football team playing both offense and defense and also special teams at the Middle Linebacker, Fullback, and Long Snapper positions. Richie started on the defense as a sophomore and racked up 38 solo tackles and 29 assists.  During his junior season, Richie was the Defensive Captain of the top defense in Region 4A, which only gave up 74 points the entire season.  On that team as a junior, Richie had 97 solo tackles and 53 assists.

During his senior season, Richie had 131 solo tackles, 50 assists, 4 fumble recoveries, and one interception.  He averaged 11 solo tackles and 4 assists per game and was the team Captain and MVP.

In terms of honors he received, Richie was named the North Fulton Defensive Player of the year in 1992 and the Alpharetta Review Player of the Year.  He was a 2-time AJC Player of the week for his 22 tackles vs Sprayberry and 21 tackles vs Marietta.  Additionally, the Atlanta Touchdown Club named him player of the week.  He was also named Honorable Mention for the 4A All State Team by the AJC.  Of all of these accomplishments, Richie told me one of the most important his senior season was – Quote – “We Beat Milton two times in the same season – I never lost to them … NEVER!”

Richie received a full scholarship to the University of Southern Mississippi, where he played from 1993 – 1997.

Richie was a tremendous athlete while at Roswell High School and he has continued to exemplify strong leadership and devotion to the tradition of what it means to be a good teammate and being a Hornet.  In 2011, Richie spearheaded the first ever Alumni Football game to raise money for an old teammate diagnosed with ALS.  He led the effort to bring together over 50 Hornet alumni who played football between 1988 and 2002 to play the same combination of ex-Milton/Chattahoochee and Crestwood players in the first ever full pad, real football alumni game.  The event raised over $20,000 for the cause and further demonstrates what it means to be a Hornet for life.

Richie now lives in Forsyth County with his wife Lindsay and their two children.  He is the President of Lang Signs.