Seth with his parents and former Philadelphia Eagles star Ron Jaworski (second from left) at the reception
On Tuesday, January 19, Seth Reinhart ’12 (Pottstown, Pa.) received the Maxwell Football Club 2011 Mini Max High School Award for Pennsylvania during a reception at the Drexelbrook Catering Ball Room. Seth was one of 60 award winners, all of whom attend schools in eastern and central Pennsylvania’s Districts 1, 3, 11, and 12. Players were nominated by their coaches during the 2011 football season, and winners were selected in early December based on academic and athletic performance, as well as involvement in community service.
Seth more than meets the criteria for the Mini Max award. In addition to his stellar performance on the football field during the past four seasons, Seth has been even more impressive in the classroom. He also is an active part of campus life and is a prefect.
“Seth epitomizes what we are all about here at The Hill,” said head football coach Grey Simpson. “He embodies the finest qualities of a great student athlete. His accomplishments over the last four years on the football field are only overshadowed by his incredible performance in the classroom. It is truly an outstanding accomplishment for a student athlete to excel at such a high level in both the academic and athletic arenas at a place like The Hill School. He has represented himself, his family, our football program, and The Hill School with the upmost class and commitment and deserves all the accolades possible for his accomplishments.”