Teamwork is a hallmark of Chemic Pride. Legendary football coach, Vince Lombardi wrote, “Individual commitment to a group effort—that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” Chemic Hall of Fame football and baseball coach Terry Wilczek often praised his teams for their ability to make 2 + 2 = 5. In that spirit, Midland High School Athletics and Firehouse Subs on Eastman Ave in Midland are proud to recognize a teammate of the week who epitomizes selflessness and demonstrates a commitment to the success of his/her team.
This week’s honoree is a member of the cross country team, Senior, Maddie Isola.
Coach Marty Hollenbeck nominate Maddie by writing, “Maddie has been a positive role model in regards to work ethic, leadership, and relationship building. She ran faster every year and led our team as the #1 runner all four years while serving as captain this season. She is a 2020 state qualifier and was a logical choice for our team’s Quinten Greiner Legacy Award.”
Maddie is the daughter of Corey & Catherine Isola and a member of the Business Professionals of America, the National Honor Society, Model UN, and is a three-year letter earner for the Chemic track team. She has committed to running cross country at SVSU after graduation while studying rehab medicine.