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Challenge Sports 2011 College Scholarships Awarded in Honor and Memory of

 

Myles Anders Freeberg

May 19, 1993 - July 8, 2010

 

  

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This year the Challenge Sports Scholarships are presented

 in Honor and Memory of Myles Freeberg.  

 

Myles was hit by a distracted driver July 7, 2010 and pronounced dead the next day.  Myles was the last male Valedictorian candidate in the class of 2011 at Viera High School in Viera FL and would have applied for the Challenge Sports Scholarship this year.  Myles played soccer for Viera High School  and competitive soccer with both Space Coast United Soccer Club and Melbourne Eau Gallie United Soccer Club.

 

Myles was a wonderful, intelligent, young man, a great student, a huge Gator fan, and a true friend. He loved soccer, video games, and hanging out with his friends. Although his quiet nature belied his competitive spirit, he had a tremendous sense of sportsmanship for the game and its participants.  A few days after his death a bunch of soccer friends, planned a pick up game  to celebrate his life. It was suppose to be just a few kids getting together - it ended up being  over 100 kids from 7 different local high schools came who knew him and it turned into a true tribute to him and his love for soccer. They showed up with T- shirts with his Nickname- "Myles- the Wall" and #6 (his number over the years) Besides a "Myles the Wall" embroidered patch, many people purchased "Smiles for Myles" wristband and/or have run or walked the Miles for Myles 5K which has assisted the funding of a non profit organization in Myles' name.  This organization has provided scholarships for local students this year and will in the future. Myles life has touched many and will continue to do so!

 

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