WPIAL awards $1,000 scholarships to 20 scholar-athletes
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 | 6:13 PM
The WPIAL announced the 20 winners of its annual scholar-athlete scholarship contest. Each receives $1,000 and will be honored at a banquet May 13 at the DoubleTree in Green Tree.
The 10 girls winners are Blackhawk’s Mady Aulbach, Freeport’s Allison DeJidas, Fox Chapel’s Marisa Hardiman, West Greene’s Madison Lampe, Shady Side Academy’s Mary Lau, Hampton’s Anastasia Russ, Butler’s Elizabeth Simms, Beaver County Christian’s Margaret Townsend, South Fayette’s Helina Vanbibber and Ringgold’s Anna Vogt.
Winning the boys scholarships were Carmichaels’ Matthew Barrish, Greensburg Salem’s Cameron Binda, Indiana’s Joseph Bujdos, Derry’s Dominic Deluca, Hopewell’s Connor Forrest, Shady Side Academy’s Nicholas Lauer, Waynsburg’s Daniel Layton, Gateway’s Brendan Mojocha, Seneca Valley’s Jake Stebbins and Springdale’s Mike Zolnierczyk.
The scholar-athletes are nominated by their schools. The WPIAL received 65 girls nominations and 60 boys.
Congratulations to these 20 athletes who will receive a $1,000 scholarship from the #WPIAL.
— Chris Harlan (@CHarlan_Trib) April 17, 2019
Chris Harlan is a Tribune-Review Staff Writer. You can contact Chris by email at email@example.com or via Twitter .
Tags: Beaver County Christian, Blackhawk, Butler, Carmichaels, Derry Area, Fox Chapel, Freeport, Gateway, Greensburg Salem, Hampton, Hopewell, Ringgold, Seneca Valley, Shady Side Academy, South Fayette, Springdale, Waynesburg, West Greene
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