Students achieve scholar athlete status

Heavyweight Trae Rodriguez is a heavyweight on the mat and in the classroom. The two-sport athlete has a 3.82 grade point average. Sentinel photo/Bill Tamburrino
Heavyweight Trae Rodriguez is a heavyweight on the mat and in the classroom. The two-sport athlete has a 3.82 grade point average. Sentinel photo/Bill Tamburrino

By Bill Tamburrino

The student/athletes at Ramona High School not only did well on the court, pitch, and in the pool, they did very well in the classroom as many were scholar/athletes.

The following juniors and seniors on varsity teams turned in outstanding performances in the classroom. The grade point average is based on a 4.0 system. An A is worth 4 points, B is 3 points, C is 2 points, D gets 1 point, and an F is a ticket for summer school and gets no points. No scholar athlete received a D or an F. Advanced placement classes are weighted and an A gets 5 points and a B is worth 4 points.

The varsity soccer team had four scholar/athletes: Ali Aparicio (3.83), Jesus Bonilla (3.19), Andrew Garcia (3.02), and Gerardo Romero (3.21).

Two members of the girls soccer team earned scholar/athlete status: Teresa Italiano (3.69) and Makayla Torsak (4.16).

Four of David Reichner’s cagers made the squad: Dylan Fieger (3.00), Ryan Heiar (3.13), Matt Lawler (4.15) and Scott Stransky (3.09).

Dan Marshall’s Valley League champions were also champions in classroom: Christina Barrameda (3.66), Kailey Hill (4.06), Hannah Seits (3.87), and Julie Ward (3.37).

Water polo coach Donnie Williams’ league champions could fill the pool with scholar/athletes. Paulina Bernd (3.72), Brianna Campbell (3.20) Holly Fletcher (4.28), Rachel Hogervorst (4.14), Megan Kinnaman (3.80), Jocelyn Schwegler (3.47), Holly Smith (3.15), Chelsey Volk (3.00), and Josie Ward (3.59) all had honor roll grades.

On the varsity wrestling team Vince Adair (3.63), Joshua Allen (3.29), Kevin Conroy (3.51), Martin Dowers (3.68), Alejandro Gomez (3.53), Jacob Grybow (3.03), Jake Ohnysty (3.37), and Trae Rodriguez (3.82) all attained honor roll status to go with their Valley League championship.

   
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