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For the first time, RHI Sports youth athletes are being recognized and rewarded for their hard work and dedication in the classroom.
All too often athletes of all ages forget that they are student-athletes, with the emphasis on student coming first.
RHI Sports is pleased to announce that we will start recognizing youth athletes who excel in the classroom in the fall and spring semesters of each year.
Congratulations to the athletes listed below for making the 2010 RHI Sports Fall Semester Honor Roll:
Sarah Zetzl – RHI Mini Pacers
Timmy Dowell – RHI Mini Pacers
Anika Lunde – RHI Mini Pacers
Michael Rodriguez – RHI Indy Cruisers
Gregory Hu – RHI Indy Cruisers
Cat Bouwkamp – RHI Individual Athlete, Wheelchair Fencing
Matthew Marshall – RHI Racers
All athletes who made the honor roll will receive a certificate of achievement and a Dairy Queen Gift card to reward them for their hard work. We hope that this list will continue to grow each and every semester!