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2016 Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athlete Winners

16 seniors honored as Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athletes

Sixteen seniors from across the state were honored Monday as Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athletes for 2016 at the Jackson Hilton hotel.

The honorees — one boy and one girl from high schools in each of the MHSAA’s eight geographical districts — were chosen for their academic accomplishments as well as their participation in high school athletics and extracurricular activities. The winners were joined at the 21st annual banquet luncheon by family members, school administrators, coaches and MHSAA partners.

 

Each winner receives a $1,500 college scholarship through the support of MHSAA partners like BankPlus, Mississippi Sports Medicine, C Spire and Polk’s Meat Products.

All scholar athletes (288) who were nominated by their respective schools are considered Lindy Callahan Scholar Athletes and will receive certificates to be presented at a later date.

 

2016 Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athletes

District 1 (Boy) — John Connor McRae, Tishomingo County
District 1 (Girl) — Katie Davis, New Albany
District 2 (Boy) — A.J. Forrest, Grenada
District 2 (Girl) — Allyson Avant, Water Valley
District 3 (Boy) — Kamron Daniels, Greenwood
District 3 (Girl) — Hart Rogers, Cleveland
District 4 (Boy) — Sage Graham, Ethel
District 4 (Girl) — Kenley McMullan, Nanih Waiya
District 5 (Boy) — Micah Heathcock, Northeast Jones
District 5 (Girl) — Kailey Ready, Stringer
District 6 (Boy) — Tyler Irwin, Clinton
District 6 (Girl) — Isabelle Moseley, St. Andrew’s
District 7 (Boy) — Daniel Clark, Brookhaven
District 7 (Girl) — Joey Davis, Mississippi School of the Arts
District 8 (Boy) — Samuel Hopper, Petal
District 8 (Girl) — Maya McInnis, Gautier

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