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Shoutouts: Milby gets bowling scholarship

Brittany Milby, 18, a senior at Salisbury High School, has become the first student in the school’s history to receive a full scholarship for bowling. Milby signed her scholarship papers April 2 to compete on the bowling team for Winston-Salem State University. Milby is also the first youth bowler from Woodleaf Lanes to receive a full bowling scholarship for college.
“Academically, I want to hold at least a 3.5 GPA,” said Milby, who intends to get her undergraduate degree in physical therapy and then go on to graduate school to study radiology. “Athletically, I just want to bowl the best I can. I know what my potential is. I just have to do it.”
Milby’s youth coach, Frankie Antonio Vann, expects her to flourish at the collegiate level.
“It’s been like a father and daughter relationship with her and I am extremely proud of her,” said Vann. “She’s got lots of potential.”
James and Susan Milby said they never expected bowling to carry their daughter this far in life. But they are both very proud of her accomplishments.
“She’s worked six years for this,” said Susan. “About three years ago she got serious about it and when she goes after it she usually gets what she wants.”
Bus ‘Roadeo’ winner
Nathan Clere won first place in the annual Rowan-Salisbury Schools School Bus “Roadeo,” held April 17 at the Transportation Department facility on Old Concord Road.
Clere received an e-reader and certificate of recognition. Second place went to Jeane Casper, who received a digital camera and certificate of recognition. Third place and alternate was Toni Rockette, who received an MP3 player and certificate of recognition.
Clere and Casper will represent Rowan-Salisbury Schools at the District “Roadeo” in Cabarrus County on Thursday, May 10.
The “Roadeo” is a driving skills competition for regular, permanent drivers of Rowan-Salisbury Schools. The top 10 contestants of the District “Roadeo” will then advance to the State “Roadeo” to be held at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh on Thursday, May 24.
Ten Rowan-Salisbury Schools bus drivers competed in the local “Roadeo”:
• Brian Overcash of Corriher-Lipe Middle School and South Rowan High School;
• Renee Kluttz of Special Needs Buses;
• Clere of East Rowan High School and RSS Early College;
• Kathy Smith of East Rowan High School and Erwin Middle School;
• Michael Turner of West Rowan High School and Henderson Independent School;
• Casper of West Rowan High School and West Rowan Middle School;
• Rockette of Knollwood Elementary School;
• Angel Thurber of Knollwood Elementary School;
• Hilda Boswell of Landis Elementary School, China Grove Elementary School and Henderson Independent School;
• Debra McBride of China Grove Middle School and Carson High School.
Cannon School juniors going to Governor’s School
Two Cannon School juniors are among 550 high school students selected to attend North Carolina Governor’s School this summer.
Barclay Sparrow of Davidson will study English and Sam Workman of Huntersville will study natural science during the five-week session of Governor’s School, which is held on the campus of Meredith College in Raleigh.
Governor’s School of North Carolina is the oldest statewide summer residential program for academically and intellectually gifted high school students in the nation. The curriculum focuses on the exploration of the most recent ideas and concepts in 10 different areas: art, choral music, dance, English, foreign language (French and Spanish), instrumental music, math, natural science, social science and theater.
Good Citizens, Deed Doers at Faith
Faith Elementary School has named its March Good Citizens: Eduardo Alba-Mejia, Dustin Long, Aiden Shull, Opal Gainey, Gavin Byrd, AJ Blevins, Cali Barringer, Rachel Halcomb, Olivia Trahan, Autumn Allman, Leigha Blevins, Lillie Weider, Trinity Rhinier, Tyler Wilhelm, Megan Gilleran, Lila Thomas, Danielle Arlotta.
March Good Deed Doers: Aubrey Byrd, Kailey Dunn, Kaden Hines, Jesse Alvarado-Vences, Izzy Brinskelle, Carson Drye, Chloe Holshouser, Daniel Overcash, Aaron Arnold, Brandon Nichols, Lizzie Priddy, Trey Leach, Kacie Overcash, Leah Cauble, Jentry Lambert, Jayten Snider, Jacob Taylor.
Fuller inducted into honor society
Alison Fuller, a third-year medical student, has been selected for induction into Quillen College of Medicine’s chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society at East Tennessee State University.
The society honors senior medical students, residents and faculty for demonstrated excellence in clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service.
Quillen’s Gold Humanism Honor Society chapter is made possible with a grant from The Arnold P. Gold Foundation. The foundation, a public, not-for-profit organization dedicated to fostering humanism in medicine, provides support for more than 45 GHHS chapters at schools of medicine.
The selection committee at Quillen College reviewed peer nominations, clinical faculty recommendations, nominee essays and community service activities in choosing only nine students from the class of 2013 for this honor.
At the 2009 White Coat Ceremony during Fuller’s first year at Quillen College of Medicine, she was the sole recipient of The College of Medicine Humanism Award. Since then, she has founded The Corbett Clay Harp AIDS Project (CCHAP), an organization dedicated to the prevention of HIV/AIDS in the Johnson City, Tenn., community.
A graduate of Salisbury High School, Fuller is the daughter of Mike and Julie Fuller and Janice Moore Fuller.
Gray Stone honor roll
Gray Stone Day School third quarter all-A honor roll:
Ninth grade — Erin Ansbro, Garrett Barringer, David Cowan, Margaret Ericson, Alexandra Hrisko, Ted Karabet.
10th grade — Anna Beam, Preston Bowers, Jack Chen, Jordan DeJaco, Mica Giles, Luke Green, John Latimer, Caroline McLeod, Elauna Pettigrew, Jordan Redman, Caby Styers, Jennie Wagner.
11th grade — Caleb Barnes, Lea Efird, Sarah Goodnight.
12th grade — Janna Featherstone, Abby Ferrell, Ashley Lambert, Dylan Maher, James Parkhill, William Wallace.
Equestrian award
Bethany Haataja Bradshaw of China Grove was recognized during Averett University’s Honors & Scholars Banquet on April 3 at the university. The banquet recognizes students for their academic accomplishments during the year.
A senior, Bradshaw was presented the Outstanding Equestrian Studies Award. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bradshaw, she is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in equestrian studies: management.
Childers places at N.C. Science Fair
Braylee Childers, a fourth-grader at Bostian Elementary, recently competed in the N.C. Science and Engineering Fair held at Meredith College.
Her project about brain dominance won Outstanding Visual Presentation.
About 3,000 entries submitted statewide, with Braylee’s project advanced through three levels of competition to the state fair.
She is one of 20 state winners.
Mount Ulla honor roll
Mount Ulla Elementary School third quarter all-A honor roll:
Third grade — Erica Conjelko, Zachary Carnes.
Fifth grade — Ryley Corriher, Kaley Honeycutt, Payton Holt, Kacy Cole, Aidan Connelly, Gabrielle Garrigan.
Sacred Heart all-A’s
Sacred Heart Catholic School reports the following students have made the all-A honor roll.
Fourth grade — Claire Allen, Sean Archer, Carolyn Conway, Brody Dillon, Korey Glover, Carter Jenkins
Fifth grade — Jack Fisher, Carsyn Parrott
Sixth grade — Alex Antosek, Michael Childress, Kyle Glover, Julia Honeycutt, Johnson Huynh, Alonnah Murphy, Ben Roy, Miriam Roy Daniel Yu
Seventh grade — Mathias Decomarmond
Eighth grade — Chloe Burks, Makayla Dillon, Max Fisher, Reilly Gokey, Kayla Honeycutt, Rebecca Malloy, Caroline Parrott, Kate Sullivan, Mimi Webb
Shive honor roll
Ethan Shive Elementary School all-A honor roll: Kiersten Drye, Peyton McSweeney, Ali Abbey, Colt Holshouser, Jace Jones, David Jordan, Joshua Teeter, Dawson Goodman, Brennan Dwinell, Garrett Jacobs, Kassidy Voyles, Mye’Layjah Street, Tessa Christner, Sophia Hill, Gabrielle Keyes, Riley McCullough, Ben Sweet, Lauren Whistnant, Jaysa Causby, Heaven Javis, Kaoly Pineda, Mary Javis, Skylar Barnhardt, Cady Goughenour, Patrick Gulledge, Sarah Jessee, Caleb Moore, Alix Vazquez, Mackenzie Sprinkle, Hunter Christy, Vallie Vazquez, Cassidy Sears, Haleigh Mitchell.
 
 
 

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