Goodwill Community Athletes of the Month - JunePosted on: June 15th, 2016
Jack is a graduated senior at Hutch High and participated in soccer, basketball and golf. He earned four letters each in soccer and golf and two in basketball. He was a first-team all-league in soccer as a senior, second team as a junior and second-team all-league twice in golf. Jack carried a 4.0 GPA and belonged to the National Honor Society, Junior and Senior Leaders, Student Council and Key Club. He volunteered for the Holy Cross Catholic Church, American Red Cross, Student Council, Key Club and Hutchinson Follies. He will attend the University of Kansas and major in Mechanical Engineering.
Pretty Prairie H.S.
Nikayla is a graduated senior from Pretty Prairie High School and participated in golf, forensics, scholars bowl and the band for the Bulldogs. She was a four-year letter man in all four activities and was a three-time state qualifier for the PPHS golf team, finishing as the No. 9 overall medalist at state as junior and the No. 10 medalist as a senior and sophomore. Nikayla carried a 3.96 grade point average and belonged to the National Honor Society. She volunteered for the Youth Philanthropy Council and also Cash & Cans. She will attend Tufts University in Medford, Mass., and major in Biology.
A PROUD SUPPORTER OF KANSAS COMMUNITIES
Goodwill Industries is proud to support Kansas communities. When you shop and donate at Goodwill, you help educate and employ people with disabilities and other barriers to employment.
As a local nonprofit organization and the presenting sponsor for VYPE Magazine’s Community Athlete of the Month, Goodwill understands the importance of athletics and community involvement in building character and valuable skills that will be used later in life when entering the workforce. Goodwill’s mission, to provide job training and education opportunities to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment, is carried out in communities across Kansas. Each month, Goodwill recognizes a student athlete who excels within the community through volunteerism, charitable work and community involvement.
Parents, coaches, principals, teachers, and fans can nominate a student athlete by contacting Mike Cooper at 316-218-3579 or Mike.firstname.lastname@example.org