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2015 Minds In Motion Scholarship Luncheon Ends The Year On A High Note!!

May 28, 2015 04:00 PM

     The MPSSAA and the Allstate Foundation recognized the fourteen 2015 Minds In Motion Scholar-Athlete Scholarship recipients at the annual  luncheon today in the Ravens Locker Room at M&T Bank Stadium.  This event will be available for on-demand viewing by the NFHS Network.

     This is the 8th year for this prestigious recognition event to honor those who have excelled on the playing field and in the classroom.  This year's winners are:

     Corbin Austin, Linganore HS
     Adolfo Carvalho, Dulaney HS              Obichi Onwukwe, Parkdale HS
     Anna Ciattei, Perry Hall HS                  Emily Purnell, Mount Hebron HS
     Julia Ciattei, Perry Hall HS                    Jenna Reimer, Steph. Decatur HS
     Natasha Freed, Thos. Johnson HS     Matthew Sciamanna, Bo Manor HS
     Paula Kleyman, Churchill HS               Hannah Simmerman, Great Mills HS
     Annie McPherson, Dunbar HS            Diego Zarate, Northwest HS

     Elizabeth Oldhouser, River Hill HS

     Applicants must have a minimum 3.25 unweighted overall GPA and have participated in interscholastic athletic activities sponsored by MPSSAA during their high school careers.  The selected male and female recipients will receive a $1,000 scholarship at the luncheon on Thursday, May 28th.  This year's guest speaker will be Jackie Boswell, Head Women's Basketball Coach at Stevenson University.


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