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Two graduating seniors have been named Cudahy High School’s 2010 WIAA Scholar Athletes. Amy Weber and Taylor Hennlich will receive medals from the WIAA at the school’s awards ceremony on June 2, 2010.
Each year, member high schools of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association are invited to nominate one boy and one girl for Scholar Athlete honors. The program, which is underwritten by Marshfield Clinic, was launched in 1984 to demonstrate the positive impact of interscholastic athletic activities.
To qualify for WIAA Scholar Athlete recognition, a nominee must have earned at least four varsity letters through the first half of his/her senior year and must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
In addition to local awards, 32 of the more than 700 students nominated each year are selected for state-wide recognition. Four boys and four girls in each of four WIAA divisions are honored at a ceremony held on the first Sunday of May each year in Wausau.
Amy Weber has earned 7 varsity letters for Cudahy High School in the sports of volleyball, basketball and softball. In addition to earning a Regional WIAA championship in basketball, Amy has also been a part of the National Honor Society for the past 3 years. She has volunteered countless hours coaching a variety of athletic camps to children, as well as participating in events within the Cudahy community. She has found the necessary balance of school work and athletics which make her a very successful student athlete.
Taylor Hennlich has earned 8 varsity letters for Cudahy High School in the sports of cross-country, wrestling and track and field. He has been named team captain in both the cross country and wrestling programs. He is an active member in his church and is a consistent volunteer for the local Lions Club. Taylor is an example of the “quiet leader”. He constantly leads his teams by the fine example of good citizenship and excellence in academics and athletics he portrays every day.
Congratulations to Amy and Taylor!