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Goshen High School and Edward Jones are proud to announce the student-athlete of the month award to recognize athletic and academic excellence. A senior male and female student-athlete will be selected from August-May each school year. At the end of the year, a $500 scholarship will be awarded to one male and one female student athlete of the month, as selected by the GHS coaching staff.
The winners of the Edward Jones Student-Athlete of the Month Award for August are:
-Josie Walters: Josie is the daughter of Amy and Joe Walters. Josie is a captain and leader of the volleyball team. So far this season, she has 12 aces, 62 Digs, and 21 kills in the month of August. During her junior and sophomore years of playing volleyball, Josie received the Most Improved award. Josie also participates in basketball and track at GHS. Josie has won several awards during her basketball career at GHS including the JV award her freshman year, Beets Hoke Teamwork award her sophomore year, and Mental Attitude and Captain award her junior year. Josie is a member of the student council and National Honor Society. Josie has been named a Kiwanis Scholar Athlete throughout her high school career for her hard work both in and out of the classroom. After high school, Josie plans to attend college and study physical therapy.
-Diego Torres: Diego is the son of Cris and Marilyn Torres. Diego was 8-1 in August for the 10-0 tennis team. He played #1 Singles, #2 Singles, and #1 Doubles positions. He had no protest when moved from his preferred singles position to doubles, interested only in what will help the team win as many matches as possible. Diego also helped initiate off-season workouts with his teammates to get them ready for the season. Diego is a member of the National Honors Society, Crimsonaires, and participates in the school’s musicals. Diego is a 3 year letter winner for the tennis team and also received the Most Improved award his sophomore year. He has received the Kiwanis Scholar Athlete award throughout his high school career for his outstanding grades while participating in athletics. After high school, Diego plans to attend college and major in secondary math education to become a high school math teacher as well as a tennis coach.