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2007 Scholar-Athlete Awards Ceremony
The 42nd Annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Ceremony took place on
Sunday, December 16, 2007 at Qwest field. For the past 41
years, our annual banquet has been held to recognize and award
scholarships to outstanding local football players who
excel on the field, in the classroom and in the community.
J.J. Clark of Eastlake High School and Allen
Trillana of Kent-Meridian were honored with the top two
awards, each receiving a $2000 scholarships from the Seattle
The remaining finalists were Brandon James Barron of Skyline,
John Gats of Bishop Blanchet, Le'Roi
Edwards of Kentridge, Vincente
Cordova of Evergreen, Brady Paxman of Cedarcrest and Nate
Proulx of Bothell. They will receive $500 scholarships.
Terry Ennis and Rollie
both honored with the Tony Gasparovich Award. This
award is presented by the Seattle-King County Chapter to football
supporters who exhibit love and dedication of the game through
their principles and leadership with those they work with.
John Hennessy, Nuprecon, LP, was presented with the E.R.
"Rusty" Young Memorial Award. This award is presented
by the Seattle Chapter to an
outstanding individual and/or corporation who exhibits undying
commitment and dedication to the game through his contributions
for the benefit of the scholar-athlete.
Mike Brown, from 710 KIRO Radio, served as Master
of Ceremonies for the event. Featured speakers were Kellen Kiilsgaard, 2007
National Scholar-Athlete Award Winner, and Tyrone
Willingham, UW Head
Pictures taken the day of the event are available for viewing
and purchase through SeattleNFF.shutterfly.com.
All photos are also available for downloading from the 2007
Awards Banquet Photo Gallery. This will allow you to print
high quality pictures at home. (A high speed internet connection is
2007 Scholar-Athlete Finalists
Coach Steve Gervais
Joseph (J.J.) Clark
Coach George Monica
2007 Scholar-Athlete Finalists - Backs
Coach Shaun Tarantola
Coach Jason Frederick
Nathan (Nate) Proulx
View Past Scholar-Athlete Award Winners