Elliot Holden

Page senior Elliot Holden on his favorite high school memory: "Making it to the final four in lacrosse this year. We bonded so well and we dedicated our season to Sincere Davis, who was our good friend who passed away. We played hard for him and worked as a family."

Elliot Holden helped lead the Page Pirates to the West Regional final of the NCHSAA Class 4-A lacrosse tournament. Although the Pirates fell short of a berth in the championship game, Holden will continue his lacrosse career at the Division I level, playing for the Robert Morris Colonials.

Family: Parents, Dionne and Wilbur Holden; brother, Alex (20); sister, Olivia (16).

High school goals: "Academically, I entered the Pre-IB program at Page and my goal was to ultimately get my IB diploma, which I hope to do in a few weeks. A/B honor roll was another goal of mine and I hope to finish out with that. In sports, I just wanted to play three sports every year in high school and I did that. I played soccer in the fall, wrestled in the winter and played lacrosse in the spring. I just wanted to have fun with my teammates and build a good relationship with them."

Life goal: "I wanted to be able to prepare myself in high school for the years to come. I just focused on working hard."

One piece of advice for an incoming high school freshman: "I would tell them to work their hardest and make as many friends as possible. Have great chemistry with your teammates and be able to do everything with them."

FAVES

College team: "Lacrosse, Robert Morris. Everything else, UNC."

Pro team: Carolina Panthers

Pro athlete: Cam Newton

Sport (other than lacrosse): College wrestling

Postgame meal: Cici's mac n' cheese pizza

TV show: "Prison Break"

Piece of lacrosse equipment: Under Armour gloves

High school memory: "Making it to the final four in lacrosse this year. We bonded so well and we dedicated our season to Sincere Davis, who was our good friend who passed away. We played hard for him and worked as a family."

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