The Brooklyn Nets along with the Hospital for Special Surgery asked coaches in the tri-state area to nominate a student who excels both on the court and in the classroom. HALB’s athletic director, Rabbi Dan Marciano, had nominated Isaac Solomon into the competition. Isaac was named one of six finalists by the Brooklyn Nets and then was declared the overall winner based upon his accumulating the greatest number of votes from the public. Issac won and before tip-off the Nets presented its All-Star Award on court to Isaac! Isaac will receive a spot in the Brooklyn Nets Basketball Academy Clinic and HALB will receive a $3,000 grant towards its athletic program. Isaac received the award because he is an exemplary student athlete who has demonstrated the desire to succeed both on the court and in the classroom, and recently led his middle school team to a championship title while also receiving outstanding grades. Congratulations Isaac!
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