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2023 OFFICIAL RULES CONTACT
 
In conjunction with the WIAA,
Gesa Credit Union, the Dairy Farmers of Washington and Les Schwab Tires proudly present the Smart Choices Scholarship Program. The 2022 Smart Choices Scholarship Program awarded three (3) $5,000 scholarships and 12$1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors from WIAA member high schools for excellence in athletics/activities, academics, leadership and community service throughout their high school careers. The Smart Choices application is launched annually in the fall.
APPLICATION CLOSED
  

 2023
  
 
 

Nick Baker
CURLEW

A three-sport athlete at Curlew High School, Nick Baker’s leadership has made an impression not only on his teammates but on the greater student body as well.

Baker captained the Curlew baseball, basketball and cross country programs during his athletic career, accruing a number of team awards. He was twice named the Most Valuable Player in basketball while earning similar recognition in cross country as a junior. During that junior season, Baker took ninth place at the WIAA State Cross Country Meet before qualifying again as a senior and finishing 30th.

The senior will graduate with a 4.0 GPA while serving as ASB President and the National Honor Society President as a junior and senior. Baker’s time in these leadership positions was highlighted by his work organizing a fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society which saw participation from both students and teachers at Curlew HS.

Baker will attend Whitworth College after high school to pursue a degree in health science with plans to attend medical school.





 

  
 
  

Jansyn Carrizales
SUNNYSIDE

Jansyn Carrizales’ dedication has defined her time at Sunnyside High School, leading to success and accolades in the realm of athletics, and bettering the lives of others through service and volunteer projects.

Carrizales earned 11 varsity letters as a three-sport athlete for the Grizzlies. She was named the volleyball team’s most valuable player during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons and earned All-Conference recognition during each. The star setter finished her volleyball career with 1,315 assists and now holds the Sunnyside school record. Additionally, Carrizales’ has been named to all-conference teams in basketball and softball, leading her team to WIAA State Tournament appearances in 2022 and 2023.

Athletics make up only a portion of the achievements that make Carrizales deserving of this award. The salutatorian of the 2023 class will graduate with a 3.99 cumulative GPA while amassing approximately 750 hours of community service through her involvement with the National Honor Society, Special Olympics and the Wounded Warrior Project, among others.

The volleyball standout will continue her career at Carroll College next year while pursuing a degree in psychology with ambitions of attending law school upon graduation.

 

  
 
 

Cameron Sheets
W.F. WEST

The impressive resumé of Cameron Sheets highlights her reach within the school and community, but also shows that she excelled to the highest level in all aspects of the student experience while at W.F. West High School.

Since she stepped foot on campus, Sheets has been a game changer for the W.F. West soccer team. In each of her four years, she was named W.F. West’s Offensive Player of the Year and was a First Team All-League selection. She impacted the team off the field as well, serving as a captain for three years and leading her teammates through summer training and workouts. Outside of soccer, she was a member of the basketball and track and field teams, bringing her total letter count to seven.

Sheets' athletic achievements are matched by her work in the classroom where she will graduate first in her class with a 4.0 GPA while taking 23 AP/Honors credits. The ASB President has a litany of volunteer organizations to her name, totaling 525 hours of community service. She is most proud to serve as the Chair of the Winter Wishes program where she solicited clothing donations from her peers and community members. The program’s success has made a meaningful impact and helps more than 300 students in need each year.

After high school, Sheet’s will attend Central Washington University where she intends to continue her soccer career while earning a degree in kinesiology/exercise science.

  

 2023
 

McKaila Balcom

TRI-CITIES PREP

AMELIA CHIU
NEWPORT

Abigail Goodwin
ANACORTES

Hannah Jo Hammerstrom
SETON CATHOLIC

Jack Lesko
DESALES

Jay Mentink
SUMNER

Isabella Merzoian
MARK MORRIS

Taylor Meyer
OKANOGAN

Reigha Niemeyer
WAHKIAKUM

Jessie Reed
OAKESDALE

Jazmine Richey
GRANDVIEW

Iris Rogel
BONNEY LAKE

2022 RECIPIENTS
 
SOPHIA DEMARCO ENUMCLAW $5,000
CARMEN KIEWERT DEER PARK $5,000
MAGDALYN OGDEN CLARKSTON $5,000
DELANEY COBBS LA CONNER $1,000
ISABELLA FRIEDLINE POPE JOHN PAUL II $1,000
ALICE GROZA LEWIS AND CLARK $1,000
HANNAH HILTON EISENHOWER $1,000
KYLA JOHNSON SHOREWOOD $1,000
MEGAN LETTS TENINO $1,000
KATRINA LI NEWPORT (BELLEVUE) $1,000
NICK OBERST FEDERAL WAY $1,000
KENZI PEDERSEN GARFIELD-PALOUSE $1,000
GABRIELLE SHULL LINCOLN (SEATTLE $1,000
ISABELLE SILVERNAIL RAYMOND $1,000
ERIN TACK KELSO $1,000
2021 RECIPIENTS
 
EMMA SPENCE LAKESIDE (NINE MILE FALLS) $5,000
KALLI WIKER SEQUIM $5,000
JULIA CAUSBIE HOLY NAMES ACADEMY $1,000
CASSADIE GOLDING MONTESANO $1,000
YAHIR GONZALEZ EMERALD RIDGE $1,000
BRETT KELLEY BELLARMINE PREP $1,000
JAKE LEITZ WAHKIAKUM $1,000
JOHN MAGIRA STADIUM $1,000
LOUELLEN REED OAKESDALE $1,000
ALISHA SHETTY WEST VALLEY (YAKIMA) $1,000

2020 RECIPIENTS
 
ZOIE BRELAND FIFE $5,000
ROCCO PARRISH GRANDVIEW $5,000
RYLEE DESAUTEL INCHELIUM $1,000
KAINOA FIGUEIRA MOUNT SPOKANE $1,000
ZARAH JOHNSON KETTLE FALLS $1,000
KATIE KING BURLINGTON-EDISON $1,000
DAWSON NEELY DESALES $1,000
DUKE SCHAPLOW TOLEDO $1,000
ESTELLA SHELDON ILWACO $1,000
CAMDEN WEBER ODESSA $1,000
2019 RECIPIENTS
 
JORDYN MOEHRLE COLTON $5,000
ZACH VICTOR FEDERAL WAY $5,000
LORENZO ALVARADO WAPATO $1,000
AUSTEN APPERSON ADNA $1,000
ANGELICA GUZMAN PASCO $1,000
KAYLA GUZMAN OTHELLO $1,000
LIAM PAYNE SEQUIM $1,000
CHRISTOPHER PENNER CAPITAL $1,000
KAITLYN REAM CHRISTIAN FAITH $1,000
TRINITY WOOD OKANOGAN $1,000

2018 RECIPIENTS
 
KATIE HENNEMAN TONASKET $5,000
KYLE SHERICK TAHOMA $5,000
MARISSA BAILEY FORKS $1,000
JARED BRINKMAN PENINSULA $1,000
ALESSANDRA DE LA CRUZ KAMIAK $1,000
NOAH FIELDS CHARLES WRIGHT $1,000
DYLAN MOOERS TUMWATER $1,000
NATALIA MUNGUIA LA SALLE $1,000
KENNETH ROOKS COLLEGE PLACE $1,000
OLIVIA WILLIS RIVERSIDE $1,000
2017 RECIPIENTS
 
EMMA CLARK SEHOME $5,000
RILEY QUINCY SELAH $5,000
EMMALEE BAILEY LYNDEN CHRISTIAN $1,000
BROOKLYN BARTELSON PUYALLUP $1,000
QUINTON BORSETH STANWOOD $1,000
JAELEN BUSH TIMBERLINE $1,000
GRACE LILJE DAVENPORT $1,000
SARAH LITZENBERGER EATONVILLE $1,000
DRAKE MITBY OCOSTA $1,000
DALTON YOUNG LAKESIDE (NINE MILE FALLS) $1,000

2016 RECIPIENTS
 
RACHEL DORR SQUALICUM $5,000
SEBASTIAN HYTA FREEMAN $5,000
JAMES BAKER TROUT LAKE $1,000
JENNA BREWINGTON NACHES VALLEY $1,000
COLLIN CREMERS SAINT GEORGE'S $1,000
KATRINA JOHNSON TOPPENISH $1,000
HALEY MCRAE REPUBLIC $1,000
JOEY SANTOS AUBURN MOUNTAINVIEW $1,000
PEYTON VAN PEVENAGE DAVENPORT $1,000
MICHELLE WANG HANFORD $1,000
2015 RECIPIENTS
 
DAVID EMANUELS MERCER ISLAND $5,000
LORYN MUSGROVE KELSO $5,000
NICOLE BENNIE SHADLE PARK $1,000
MARK DONGHYUN SO INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL $1,000
EMILY GE CHARLES WRIGHT $1,000
MICHAEL GILES MOUNT VERNON $1,000
QUINN MAGENDANZ LIBERTY (ISSAQUAH) $1,000
ANNALISA URSINO WEST SEATTLE $1,000
CECILIA VU EVERGREEN (SEATTLE) $1,000
MATTHEW WARREN DAYTON $1,000

2014 RECIPIENTS
 
JENNA MOSER COLTON $5,000
DREW WALLEN AUBURN RIVERSIDE $5,000
EUGENE BELL ZILLAH $1,000
BLAKE GUIDICE CASCADE (EVERETT) $1,000
JOSEPH HALL UNIVERSITY $1,000
TIANNA HELM CASHMERE $1,000
JORDANNE LAKY EMERALD RIDGE $1,000
MICHAEL MOSER SEDRO-WOOLLEY $1,000
SARAH RUBIN BELLINGHAM $1,000
MARY ANN SANTUCCI SEATTLE PREP $1,000
2013 RECIPIENTS
 
TANNER PERRY SNOHOMISH $5,000
KENDALL TODD ODESSA $5,000

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