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YES! —€” Katie Vaughn celebrates a victory at a varsity volleyball game last fall. The Lady Trojans finish thier season with an overall record of 20-17 and Vaughn will continue her volleyball career this fall at Brigham Young University. Village Life file photo by Pat Dollins
YES! —€” Katie Vaughn celebrates a victory at a varsity volleyball game last fall. The Lady Trojans finish thier season with an overall record of 20-17 and Vaughn will continue her volleyball career this fall at Brigham Young University. Village Life file photo by Pat Dollins

YES! —€” Katie Vaughn celebrates a victory at a varsity volleyball game last fall. The Lady Trojans finish their season with an overall record of 20-17 and Vaughn will continue her volleyball career this fall at Brigham Young University. Village Life file photo by Pat Dollins

Oak Ridge High honored its student athletes for their outstanding academic and athletic performances at a dinner Sunday, May 15.

Katie Vaughn (girls volleyball) and Vince Waldhauser (wrestling) were voted Outstanding Career Athletes for their four years of accomplishments while competing for the Trojans.

The Senior Athletes of the Year are Samantha Ralstin (track, cross-country), and Will Findlay (track, basketball). The Junior Athletes of the Year are Amanda Jones (water polo, swimming) and Bryce Scott (basketball).

Representing the sophomore class are Haley Anderson (basketball, softball) and Keaton Subjeck (wrestling); and the freshman honorees include Mikayal Mefford (cross-country, swimming) and Brogan Cooper (football, basketball, baseball).

HIGH JUMP — Will Findlay, above, clears 6 feet, 6 inches at the Delta River League Track Meet in early May. Findlay holds the school and Sac-Joaquin Section Division II high jump record and will take his talents to Stanford in the fall. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

PINNING HIM DOWN — Keaton Subjeck holds onto an opponent at a wrestling match last year. Subjeck finished his sophomore season as the eighth best 145-pounder in the state. Village Life file photo by Pat Dollins

 

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