Sawyer Sorrells is a 2nd grader at Cherokee elementary School.
Sawyer is an all 'A' student, PEP/Gifted student, and student athlete. He has attended Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL for the past two years where he completed both the Space Exploration and Space Robotics sessions. Sawyer is also a camper at Camp Laney for Boys in Mentone, AL where he participates in archery, rifle, horseback riding, kayaking, rock climbing and excels in the Clay McKemie Ropes Challenge Course. He was awarded merit badges in all areas including sportsmanship. While in summer session, he helped his Apache team to win the coveted bombardi tournament by eliminating the final players from the Comanche team. This past summer, Sawyer participated in an archaeological dig at Ft. Frederica National Monument on St. Simon's Island here on the Georgia Coast. He assisted students from the University of Tennessee's archaeological program department to uncover pieces of pottery and hardware used in the 18th Century fort and town built by James Oglethorpe. He was sworn in by the Ft. Frederica National Park park ranger as a U.S. Jr. Archaeologist. Sawyer enjoys, science, playing in the mud, traveling, and Cedartown Bulldog football.