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Cruisers earn scholar-athlete awards

5:31 am March 26th, 2014

Eatonville High School girls basketball players who earned Scholar Athlete awards from the Nisqually League include Lauren Pate (22), Natasha Henley (back to camera) and Emily Boettcher (right). As a team, the Cruisers’ collective grade point average earned a state Distinguished Scholastic Award.  (Michelle Pate/The Dispatch)

Eatonville High School girls basketball players who earned Scholar Athlete awards from the Nisqually League include Lauren Pate (22), Natasha Henley (back to camera) and Emily Boettcher (right). As a team, the Cruisers’ collective grade point average earned a state Distinguished Scholastic Award. (Michelle Pate/The Dispatch)

Eatonville High School’s girls basketball team, five of its members, and four Cruisers from other
sports earned scholastic honors during
the 2013-14 winter season.
The basketball team as a whole
received a Distinguished Scholastic
Award from the WIAA (Washington
Interscholastic Activities Association).
The award from the state’s
governing body of high school athletics
is for teams with collective
grade point averages of 3.0 to 3.49.
Five members of Eatonville’s girls
hoops squad – Taylor Wood, Natasha
Henley, Emily Boettcher, Lauren
Pate, and Kaelyn Voss – were
recognized with Nisqually League
Scholar-Athlete award for having
grade point averages of at least 3.5
while also earning a varsity letter in
their sport.
The same Nisqually honor
was earned by Marcos Sanchez and
Isaac Boettcher in boys basketball
and wrestlerrs Dylan Mann and
Austin Garcia.

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