SCFOA scholarship winners

Snohomish County Football Officials Association Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet

Scholarship winners

Armed Services Award—Thomas Eadie III (Granite Falls)

$1,200 back—Kyle Gionet (Snohomish)

$1,200 lineman—Alex Hansen (Mountlake Terrace)

$600 back—Blake Sander (Lake Stevens)

$600 lineman—Tanner Perry (Snohomish)

Honorees (one back and one lineman for each school)

Archbishop Murphy—Hans VanderWel and Ryan Kouchakji

Arlington—Skylor Elgarico

Cascade—Ryan Lukas and Steven Gallardo

Darrington—Darren Springs and Felipe Valencia

Edmonds-Woodway—Matt Cuzzetto and Alan Ung

Everett—Elijah Lindstrom and Toby Cobb

Glacier Peak—Michael Palmer and Matt Nicholson

Granite Falls—Thomas Eadie III

Jackson—Conner Findley and Logan Hunt

Kamiak—Jake Rucker and Ian D. H. Hughes

Lake Stevens—Blake Sander and Carey Campbell

Lakewood—Brandon Stott and David Otte

Lynnwood—Brian Jeon and Nathan Fabia

Mariner—Andrew V. Santos and Hector Ruiz

Marysville Getchell—Dylan Diedrich and Alfredo Diaz

Marysville Pilchuck—Tyler Wade and Dylan Hanson

Meadowdale—Michael Cummings and Nate Cloud-Rouzan

Monroe—Mitchell Price and Tanner Lippincott

Mountlake Terrace—Quintin Barnard and Alex Hansen

Snohomish—Kyle Gionet and Tanner Perry

South Whidbey—Aaron Curfman and Cody Huffman

Stanwood—Brian O’Donnell and Travis Jones

Sultan—Steven Branham and Jay Leverett

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