Kevin Toye, who graduates from Brick Township High School Tuesday received a financial boost for his college expenses when he was randomly selected as the "winner" of the $1000 WOBM/Gateway Toyota Student of the Week scholarship.  Toye was one of 38 high school seniors honored during the past school year as part of the program which highlights students from all 18 Ocean County high schools as well as the OCVTS.  His name was randomly picked from the 38 by Gateway Toyota GM Rick Cardwell during a live drawing this morning on the Ocean County Breakfast Show with Shawn & Sue.

Toye has been an honor roll student throughout his high school career and was ranked in the top 20% of his class. During his time as a "Green Dragon" he was a member of the baseball and football teams but it's on the ice where he really shined.  Kevin was a 4-year starter in goal, earned All-Division honors and was the All-Shore South Division MVP two years in a row.  In 22 games he posted a .935 saves percentage, 6 shutouts and allowed only one goal in 8 either other games.

Toye is headed to Charleston Southern University where he plans to major in cybersecurity and might be part of a newly-created club hockey team.

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