WPIAL announces James Collins Scholar-Athlete scholarship award winners
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 | 11:56 AM
The WPIAL announced the 20 winners of its annual James Collins Scholar-Athlete scholarship awards during its annual meeting Wednesday.
WPIAL associate executive director Amy Scheuneman and board president Scott Seltzer met with area athletic directors and principals via a Zoom conference call.
The WPIAL annually awards 20 scholarships of $1,000 to student-athletes. The scholar-athletes are nominated by school administrators.
Scholarship committee members then sort through the nominations and pick 10 male and 10 female winners.
This year’s male scholar-athlete scholarship award winners are Blackhawk’s Jack Aulbach; Greensburg Central Catholic’s Patrick Brewer; Thomas Jefferson’s Mac Duda; Penn-Trafford’s Gabe Dunlap; North Catholic’s Ryan Feczko; West Greene’s Ben Jackson; Mt. Lebanon’s Ed Kubit; Norwin’s Kurtis Phipps; Fox Chapel’s Shane Susnak; and Seneca Valley’s Drew Vlasnik.
The female award winners are Thomas Jefferson’s Abigail Chalovich; Riverview’s Gillian Gaynor; OLSH’s Haley Hamilton; Latrobe’s Rachel Harter; Gateway’s Olivia Livingston; Sewickley Academy’s Zoe Luther; South Fayette’s Hailey Poe; Freeport’s Sidney Shemanski; Carmichaels’ Kylie Sinn; and Quaker Valley’s Annie Wicker.
Bill Hartlep is the sports editor of the Tribune-Review. You can contact Bill at email@example.com or via Twitter @TribHSInsider.
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