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High School Scholar Athlete Award winners announced

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Balls and books do match for these four athletes and many others in the province of Manitoba.

Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association announced the 2013 High School Scholar Athlete Awards today with Brianna Solberg of Miles Macdonell Collegiate, Christina Posthumus of Kildonan East Collegiate, Sam Murphy of Vincent Massey Collegiate and Stefanie Lasuik of Warren Collegiate being named the winners.

The $1,000 scholarships are awarded to four graduating students who maintain a minimum 85 per cent average and competed in at least two interscholastic sports.

Twenty nine students were nominated this year:

Allyson Arnal – College Jeanne Sauve, Allyssa Bauer – J.H. Bruns Collegiate, Gil Binnun- Grey Academy, Brandi Clayton – Nellie McClung Collegiate (Manitou), Brooke Drummond – Treherne Collegiate, Brian Erixon – Pierson School, Theo Farough – Neelin High School (Brandon), Brennan Fedak –McCreary School, Meng Yao (Christina) Huang – Fort Richmond Collegiate, Allyson Jubenvill – Gilbert Plains Collegiate, Haeon (Grace) Kang – Strathclair Community School, Ryan Kehler – Steinbach Regional School, Stefanie Lasiuk – Warren Collegiate, Jayden Mckoy – Miles Macdonell Collegiate, Laura McManes – Glenlawn Collegiate, Bobby McNair – College Regional Notre Dame, Sam Murphy – Vincent Massey Collegiate, Mackenzie Murray – Glenboro School, Sydney Park – Rorketon School, Christina Posthumus – Kildonan East Collegiate, Robyn Ritchie – College Beliveau, Aryn Robidoux – Major Pratt School (Russell), Jessica Roche – Teulon Collegiate, Cassandra Scott – Boissevain School, Brianna Solberg – Miles Macdonell Collegiate, Sydney Sprenger – Rivers Collegiate Institute, Emily Tuttosi – Souris School, Evan Van Dale – J.H. Bruns Collegiate, Lauren Wiebe – Morris School.

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