Young awarded SEDAB Scholarship

Caitlin Young, center, a 2017 graduate of North Adams High School was recently awarded one of the $500 Southeast District Athletic Board Scholarship. She is pictured here with OHSAA Commissioner Dr. Dan Ross, left, and SEDAB member Wayne Horsley, right.

The Ohio High School Athletic Association annually provides scholarships for outstanding student athletes from its member schools. Each member high school may submit one senior male and one senior female candidate for scholarship consideration. Each member high school may also submit one senior female minority and one senior male minority candidate. The scholarships are awarded to student-athletes who have excelled in the classroom as well as high school sports.
At the state level, the OHSAA provides forty-eight scholarships across the six OHSAA athletic districts. Thirty-six students receive $1,000 awards – including one student from each of the six OHSAA athletic districts that will receive an Ethnic Minority Scholarship – the remaining scholarships are awarded proportionately according to the number of schools in each athletic district.
In addition to the four scholarships awarded by the Ohio High School Athletic Association the Southeast District Athletic Board (SEDAB) is proud to award an additional twenty-one scholarships to the deserving scholar-athletes in Southeast Ohio. In conjunction with the OHSAA the SEDAB recently announced the 2017 Scholar-Athlete Scholarship awards at their annual Scholar-Athlete Banquet on June 22, 2017 in Jackson, Ohio.
The SEDAB is pleased to announce Caitlin Young of North Adams High School has been awarded the SEDAB $500 Scholarship in the amount of five hundred ($500). Caitlin plans to enroll at Marshall University in the fall and study Pharmacy.
The OHSAA and SEDAB scholarships are awarded to student-athletes who have excelled academically and athletically. To be nominated by their high school students must meet the following criteria: must be a graduating senior; have a grade point average of 3.25 or higher on a 4.0 scale; must have taken either the ACT or SAT; must have received a minimum of three varsity letters in one OHSAA sanctioned sport or four varsity letters in a combination of any two or more OHSAA sanctioned sports.