Macy Creamer

Parents: Sue Thomas and Jeff Creamer

Class Rank: 1

Type Course: STEM/CCP/AP

School: Miami Trace High School

Sports: Track and Soccer

Part I – Athletics

Sport: Track and Field (outdoor) No. Years 4, Varsity Letters 4

Sport: Track and Field (indoor) No. Years 4, Varsity Letters N/A

Sport: Soccer No. Years 4, Varsity Letters 4

What special awards did this candidate receive as an athlete?


2015 (Fr.) – Scholar athlete award

2016 (So.) – Scholar athlete award

2017 (Jr.) – Scholar athlete award; Attacker award (most valuable offensive player); 2nd Team All-District

2018 (Sr.) – Team captain; Panther award (given to the player that showed the best sportsmanship/character); Scholar athlete award; McDonald’s Fall Athlete award; 4th Year Varsity award; 1st Team All-FAC; 1st Team All-District; OSSCA Academic Excellence award; District All-Star Game participant

Track and Field:

2016 (Fr.) – Coach’s award (given to the athlete that shows the most effort and dedication); Regional qualifier (1 event); Scholar athlete award

2017 (So.) – Team MVP (most points earned in the season); District Champion (1 event); Regional qualifier (1 event); Scholar athlete award

2018 (Jr.) – Coach’s award; 2nd Team All-FAC, District Champion (x2), Regional qualifier (3 events); State qualifier (1 event); State Placer (11th in 300h); Academic All-Ohio; Mcdonald’s Spring Athlete award; Scholar athlete award

2019 (Sr.) – Indoor state meet qualifier (2 events); All-Ohio (placed 6th at indoor state championships); Invitational meet medalist (given to the athlete that scores the most points individually); Scholar athlete award; * outdoor season is still in progress



2015 (Fr.) – 1 goal

2017 (Jr.) – 8 goals

2018 (Sr.) – 9 goals; 4 assists

Track and Field

2017 (So.) – school record in 300h (46.49)

2018 (Jr.) – school record in 4x100m relay (51.47); school record in 300h (46.19)

2019 (Sr.) – school record in 100h (16.64)

Part II – Scholastic

Grade point average: 4.0

Scholastic Awards:

National Honors Society

Scholar Athlete (all four years)

Top ten in class (all four years)


Rotary Club Outstanding Scholar award

Academic All-Ohio

Academic Letter award

School-related projects (State Science Fair, library/office assistant, for example)

Key Club: March of Dimes, Operation Christmas Child, Winter coat drive, Stuff the Bus, #CobyStrong fundraisers, Scarecrow Run, Socktober, Blizzard Bags, Toy drive, Teen Talent Show

Library assistant

Student Government: Homecoming decoration committee, Paws for A Cause

Choir: performed at local nursing homes and for different clubs

Spanish Club: Operation Christmas Child, donated to the Brick House Homeless Shelter

National Honors Society: served at FFA banquet

Part III – Leadership

List membership in and/or leadership roles held in any club, church, community or school organization. (Also not community projects)


Kiwanis Key Club – Treasurer; Senior class Vice President; Junior class officer; Freshman class officer; volunteer math tutor for a Spanish speaking student


Heritage Youth Nation – Mission trips to Costa Rica (helped with the Abraham Project) and Puerto Rico (helped with hurricane relief), fundraisers for mission trips, painted fire hydrants in the community, served at teacher luncheons, Vacation Bible School volunteer (3 years), Kids Camp Counselor, Once Upon A Time volunteer (4 years), helped a family move houses, Annual Easter Egg Hunt volunteer, babysitter for Fully Alive Women’s Ministry, volunteer in preschool sunday school classes, served food at after school program at Rose Avenue Community Center

Community: 4-H member (8 years); walked in Hike for Hospice

Coach’s comments concerning leadership abilities

It is indeed an honor and a privilege to nominate Macy Creamer of Miami Trace for the 2019 Christman Award. Macy Creamer has set the standard of how to not only become a better student-athlete but a better all-around person. Her willingness to work hard and practice late will help propel to her to great heights.

Having known Macy personally, as her former teacher and as her current Track and Field Coach for the last four years, I can attest to her incredible work ethic. Macy is the ultimate competitor. Macy will be one of the Valedictorians for the Class of 2019 at Miami Trace High School. Macy brings the same attitude and determination she displays in the classroom onto the track. Macy will be a four-year letter winner in both Soccer and Track & Field.

Her persistence and dedication to herself and her team is unparalleled, and her commitment to hard work has allowed her to reach great success. She is the last athlete off of the track, working long after the rest of the team has left for the evening. Macy holds three school records and finished 6th place in the Triple Jump at the 2019 D2/3 Indoor State Track and Field Championships. She has also qualified to the Outdoor State Championships, been a three-year Regional Qualifier in multiple events and been a District Champion as a member of the 4 X 100 Meter Relay.

Macy is a leader who is respected by her peers and teammates both inside and outside of the classroom. She is a role model and positive influence to all of those around her and it has been a pleasure to work with Macy over the last four years.

Brent Noes, MT Head Track Coach

Macy Creamer is an amazing individual who is very driven to excel in anything she pursues. As a four year Varsity player and one of the strongest players on the Girls Soccer Team, Macy received both 1st Team All-FAC and 1st Team All-District this season. She was our second leading scorer this season with 9 goals and 4 assists; and has consistently contributed to our team’s offense for the past four years. As talent alone isn’t enough to make a great athlete, this year she also received our Panther Award which is given to the player on our team who displays strong leadership skills, outstanding work ethic, and a positive attitude throughout the season, and Macy exemplifies all of these traits. She showed great sportsmanship during games and always asked our opponents to join our team for a prayer after every game, win or lose. She is held in high regard by her teammates, who voted her into a captain position. As a captain, Macy led by example working hard on the field every second and rarely coming off even in one of the most tiring positions. She has been one of the most dependable and consistent players I have ever coached. I have never questioned her determination or willingness to give it her all when on the field.

Caitlin Francis, MT Head Girls Soccer Coach