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GSL announces spring NECA/IBEW Award winners

06/08/2018

By MIKE HUFFMAN
Managing Editor

 

The Greater Spokane League has announced the spring winners of the NECA/IBEW GSL Award. 

The National Electrical Contractors Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers are proud to present the 17th annual recognition of these fine scholar athletes from each of the 10 GSL schools. These two organizations are training electricians for the future.

NECA/IBEW encourage all high school students to explore, with their high school counselors, a career in the electrical construction industry which provides salary levels that are above average and careers that last a lifetime.

On behalf of the National Electrical Contractors Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the groups recognize the following NECA/IBEW GSL high school students who demonstrate superior balance in academics, athletics and community involvement.

The NECA/IBEW 2018 Spring GSL Athletes are:

Central Valley
Kelsey Gumm, Softball
Brayden Hamilton, Baseball

Ferris
Anna Garrett, Softball 
Sean Agar, Tennis

Gonzaga Prep
Maddie DeMarco, Softball
Josh Grimes, Baseball

Lewis & Clark
Megan Jurasin, Softball
Zak Deutschman, Soccer

Mead
Ciara Harding, Softball
Adam Nevdahl, Soccer

Mt. Spokane
Toryn Carty, Tennis
Bo Jensen, Track and Field

North Central
Paula Pintler, Fastpitch Softball
Ryan Hildahl, Tennis

Rogers
Gracie Olsen, Fastpitch Softball
Ethan Starosta, Baseball

Shadle Park
Sophia Votava, Tennis
Tony Pizzillo, Track and Field

University
Gracee Dwyer, Softball 
Blake Dickinson, Soccer

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