Conrad Redlitz -- FYSA Young Referee of the Year for the state of Florida
This young man became a certified FIFA referee when he was 13 years old. As a soccer referee, Conrad is well-liked and respected by the players, coaches and his fellow referees. He has officiated all levels of games, from U5 to adult matches. When officiating, he arrives on time, is properly dressed, and always presents himself in a professional manner.
In addition to officiating soccer matches, he enjoys mentoring and motivating less experienced referees. He always strives to improve his referee skills and his knowledge of the rules of the game of soccer.
Conrad is a high achiever and excels in all areas of his life. He is a leader at his school, his church and in the community. He has received many academic, sports and community honors and awards. While in high school, Conrad not only participated in, but excelled in three sports...soccer, tennis and swimming. He was a member of National Honor Society and National Beta Club. In addition to having excellent grades, he also managed to volunteer almost 200 hours of community service. This young man graduated 6th in his class of 374 students at Orange Park High School in May 2013.
After graduation from high school, Conrad will be attending the University of Florida. His goal for the future is to become an Emergency Room physician. I am certain he will attain that goal because he has such a strong work ethic and a desire to succeed. As the referee assignor at CCSC, I am very proud of Conrad. He is an outstanding young man and he is truly deserving of this honor. Mary Barth Referee Assignor
Posted on July 28, 2013
by Catrine Fredrikson