17 Edmonds School District student-athletes honored

Kids from Edmonds-Woodway, Meadowdale, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace split $36,500 in scholarships.

Herald staff

EDMONDS — A total of 17 student-athletes from the four high schools in the Edmonds School District — Edmonds-Woodway, Lynnwood, Meadowdale and Mountlake Terrace — were awarded a combined $36,500 in scholarship money during the district’s annual banquet Wednesday at Edmonds-Woodway High School.

Meadowdale’s Matthew Johnson and Lynnwood’s Abby Douglas received the largest scholarship awards Wednesday, earning $3,500 each for their valuable contributions both inside and outside of the athletic arena.

Johnson, who played football, basketball and participated in track and field for the Mavericks, plans to attend Chapman (California) University next fall where he will study Business Communications with a Marketing emphasis.

Douglas, who played on Lynnwood’s state championship girls basketball team in 2015 alongside four varsity letters in both volleyball and golf, plans to attend Whitworth University and double-major in Accounting and Business. Douglas also plans to play golf for the Pirates.

Other student-athletes receiving scholarship awards Wednesday included Edmonds-Woodway’s Salihou Fatty ($3,000), Meadowdale’s Kendyl Anderson ($3,000), Lynnwood’s Meghan Spears ($2,500), Mountlake Terrace’s Hannah Gibson ($2,500), Edmonds-Woodway’s Tyler McAtee ($2,500), Lynnwood’s Brooke Thompson ($2,500), Mountlake Terrace’s Kendall Yackley ($2,000), Edmonds-Woodway’s Hannah Hicks ($2,000), Meadowdale’s Will Schafer ($2,000), Mountlake Terrace’s Jasmine Zenk ($1,500), Lynnwood’s Brayam Juarez-Ramirez ($1,500), Edmonds-Woodway’s Yukino Parle ($1,500), Meadowdale’s Kiara Dailer ($1,000), Mountlake Terrace’s Jake Peters ($1,000) and Lynnwood’s Michael Kilgore ($1,000).

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