Knight News · 2019-2020 Female Athlete of the year nominees

Naomi Cabello, Girls Volleyball

2017, 2018, 2019 High School MVP

· 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, High School District Champion

· University of Texas verbal Commit since freshmen year and will enroll in January 2020

· 2018 and 2019 USA Today Preseason All American

· 2019 Central Florida First All team

· Prep Volleyball Preseason All American

· 2018 and 2019 USA Junior National Team Training Team

· Prep Volleyball top 25 Seniors recruits

-Rank #6 in the nation #1 Setter in the nation

· 2019 USA today all-star team

· UnderArmour All-America first team Captain of her team (Her team won)

· North Florida all Star 2019

Jordyn Davidson, Girls Soccer, Girls Lacrosse, Girls Track

Jordyn Davidson will leave East Ridge having earned 10 varsity letters and 15 overall in her high school career. The definition of Athlete of the Year is by default being an athlete, participating starting in 3 varsity sports, being named all district in one, and would have been two if not for the shortened spring season.

In Lacrosse, Jordyn has a 40-5 career record in 2.5 seasons, and set a school record for save percentage at 53%. In her time as keeper ERHS has claimed its first District Championship, and a second was on the horizon.

Jordyn throws for the Track team, and was 1st team All-district goalie for ERHS Soccer in the winter season.

Cydnie Jackson, Girls Soccer

Position Forward

GPA: 3.5

Last year’s goals scored: 27

Goals in 3 years: 77

Cydnie has been on the girls soccer varsity since her freshman year. She has been a starter for the Lady Knights since she started at the Ridge. Her contributions on the field have been tremendous, she not only scores goals, but also has plenty of assist. Tremendous work ethic, great teammate, and has been a team captain for 2 years.

Abby Pak, Girls Lacrosse


23 goals 26 assists

83 draw control (WOW!!) 29 groundballs




Abby is the heart and soul of the Lady Knights! Our 8-1 record is directly attributed to Abby’s leadership, gamesmanship, and raw talent in every aspect. She is admired and respected by her teammates and held in the highest regard by her

coaches. Abby also volunteers her time to help develop younger rec league lacrosse players, in addition to the young players on our team. Abby Pak is the best representative for the Lady Knights Female Athlete of the Year!!!!

Reagan Parks, Girls Cross Country

Reagan is a four-year letterman in cross country. She has been a cross country regional qualifier in her tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade years. She has the second fastest 5K time in East Ridge history (19:56) which she achieved as a senior, and is just one of two female cross country runners to break the 20:00 minute mark in the school’s 18 year history. She was the team co-MVP as a sophomore and MVP as a senior. Reagan’s achievements in cross country did not come easy to her, as when she was a freshman her district race result was a 26:06, as a sophomore her district result was a 20:35, as a junior her district result was a 20:50, and as a senior her district result was a 20:40. This sport really clicked with her after her freshman year, and she has been one of the biggest reasons for its success over the past four years.