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Oak Ridge Jr. Trojans celebrate scholastic excellence

More than 110 Jr. Trojans were honored for scholastic excellence last month at the Scholastic All Stars Award Ceremony. Courtesy photo
More than 110 Jr. Trojans were honored for scholastic excellence last month at the Scholastic All Stars Award Ceremony. Courtesy photo

On Jan. 26 The Oak Ridge Jr. Trojan Football and Cheer program recognized 112 athletes for maintaining scholastic excellence during the 2011 season at the annual Scholastic All Stars Award Ceremony.

The Scholastic All Star Program honors athletes that maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.   The athletes were recognized in four categories — Gold All Stars (37 athletes with a 4.0 or higher GPA), Silver All Stars (45 athletes with a 3.5 – 3.99 GPA), Bronze All Stars (30 athletes with a 3.0 – 3.49 GPA) and 5+ Year All Stars (15 athletes were honored for five or more years of scholastic excellence).

Congratulations to the 2011 Oak Ridge Jr. Trojan Scholar Athletes!

ORJT would like to thank their generous sponsors: Mountain Mikes-Lake Forest, Cold Stone Creamery, Chili’s Bar & Grill, In-N-Out Burger, Subway-Lake Forest, Steve’s Pizza, Walgreens, Ruffhaus Hot Dog Co., Flip & Twist, Muellers/Full Throttle and It’s Kids Time.

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