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  • Randy Hodge

St. Patrick Seniors Recognized for Hard Work on and Off the Playing Field

On Sunday, April 10, the Central Michigan Athletic Conference (CMAC) held its annual Scholar Athlete Banquet at the Eagle Eye Country Club. The banquet, which is held each April, honors seniors from the nine CMAC schools who have maintained a grade point average above 3.40 and who have also lettered in two or more varsity sports (at least one in their senior year) in their high school careers.

The Scholar Athlete Banquet is a wonderful celebration, which invites the honored student athletes along with their parents and school administrators to a delicious meal, followed by a keynote speaker and presentation.

This year's speaker was Bath High School graduate Liam Boylon-Pett. Liam was a track athlete for Bath High School who ran at Columbia University. He is one of 315 people who have run a mile in less than four minutes. His keynote address focused on the sense of community that comes with being a student athlete. He commended all the students who were in attendance for their accomplishments.

The athletic director from each school then called up their scholar athletes. Each scholar athlete introduced themselves and their parents and then mentioned their future plan regarding what college they were planning on attending and what would be their area of study. Each scholar athlete received a certificate from their superintendent or principal acknowledging their accomplishment and giving them individual recognition for their hard work.

St. Patrick High School had 14 scholar athletes recognized at the banquet, which represents 56% of the senior class. The students, recognized for both their academic and athletic success, were Shane Cook, Sarah Davlin, Kayla Florian, Jamelyn Forist, Cole Kinsman, Tessa Lawson, Lydia Meredith, Isabella Myers, Katelyn Russell, Carly Scheurer, Mara Schrauben, Braxton Teachworth, Abigail Weller, and Carly Zimmerman.

St. Patrick School continues to encourage our students to use their gifts pursuing extracurricular activities in both athletics and in other areas. We are excited and proud when our students are recognized for working hard, honoring their commitments, and being successful in the classroom and beyond. It is the final piece of our mission statement: “We Achieve!” Congratulations to our seniors who have achieved both in the classroom and in extracurricular activities! May God continue to bless them in their future endeavors.

Randy Hodge is the High School Principal at St, Patrick School.


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