2017 Scholarship Winners

Denver Aydelott – Edgewood High School – Cross Country, Football, Wrestling, Track and Field

Earned 11 letters in 4 years; All-Area wrestler; won 32 matches his senior year and 112 for his career; 3 conference titles, 2 sectional titles,1 regional title; recorded second most takedowns in Edgewood history; also 2-time all-conference in track; ran leg on Edgewood’s state-qualifying 1600 relay team; Academic Honors Diploma; will attend Otterbein University on Provost’s Scholarship and Otterbein Endowed Scholarship.

Serenah Morris – Edgewood High School – Soccer, Basketball, Softball

All-Area in basketball, softball; helped Edgewood softball team to regional title this year with .383 batting area; leading scorer, MVP on girls basketball team; MVP in soccer; academic all-conference in all 3 sports; played in High School Basketball Coaches All-Star game; Academic Honors Diploma; Mustang Award Winner; will continue career at University of Southern Indiana on David L. Merit Scholarship.

Logan Thomas Calvin – Bloomington High School North – Football, Basketball, Track and Field

2-time state qualifier in shot put and discus; 2-time Herald-Times Track and Field Athlete of the Year; finished 2nd in state in shot put and 3rd in discus this year; finished 3rd in shot put as junior; All-Conference Indiana defensive lineman in football; starter on North basketball team; will continue track career at Indiana State; academic honors include Leaders of Tomorrow and Cougar Leader.


McKenzey Ridge – Bloomington High School North – Softball

Herald-Times Softball Player of the Year in 2016 and 2017; pitch North to a 2016 sectional title; one of the most dominant softball pitchers in Monroe County history with over 800 career strikeouts; All-Area, All-Conference Indiana all four years; named to all-state team by Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports; Honor Role and Cougar Leader; will continue softball career at Indiana Wesleyan.

Grace Haskett – Bloomington High School South – Swimming

Herald-Times Girls Swimmer of the Year; won state titles in 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke with 3rd fastest times in state history; also swam leg on 200 medley relay team that finished second; also medaled at state her sophomore year at Columbus North before transferring to Bloomington South in 2015; participated in Speedo Junior Nationals; will continue her career at Indiana University; Conference Indiana Scholar Athlete; National Honor Society, U.S. Marines Scholarship; 4.0 GPA.

Matthew Jerden – Bloomington High School South – Swimming

2-time Herald-Times Boys Swimmer of the Year; 2017 state champion in the 100 back; qualified for state all four years, winning 11 medals including 5 top 3 finishes; will continue career at Indiana University; Conference Indiana Scholar Athlete; National Honor Society; President’s Award; U.S. Marines Scholarship; 4.0 GPA.