Goodwill Community Athletes of the Month - MarchPosted on: March 10th, 2016
Lakin is senior at Oxford High School and participates in cheerleading, basketball and track for the Wildcats. She has lettered four years in cheerleading and basketball and three in track. Lakin carries a 3.80 grade point average, was named as the Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee for Oxford High and awarded Miss Geuda for 2016. She belongs to the KAY’s and FCA at school and volunteers. Lakin plans to attend college for two years on a cheer scholarship and then continue at Wichita State University to complete a dental hygienist degree.
Riley is a senior at Winfield H.S. and participates in cross country, basketball and track for the Vikings, lettering four years in cross country, three in track and two in basketball. He is a two-time state champion in cross country, has won three golds at the State Outdoor for the 3,200 and 1,600 and is a two-time academic all-state selection in cross country. Riley carries a 4.034 GPA, belongs to the HOSA, NHS (Vice-President) and FCA and volunteers at the First United Methodist Church, Westside Community Health Center and CASA. He plans to run cross country and track at a Division I college.
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.email@example.com