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2009 Scholar-Athletes: Quinn Carpenter and Patrick Donoughe

November 25, 2009

Quinn is a four-year letterman on the Richland varsity football team and carries a 98.4 GPA. He is also a four-year letterman in wrestling and track and a member of the National Honor Society. Quinn plans on attending college next year and pursuing a degree in engineering. He is the son of Keith and Tracy Carpenter.

Patrick Donoughe is a three-year letterman in football with Forest Hills and has also lettered in basketball and baseball. He is a member of the Spanish Honor Society and carries a 4.117 GPA. Patrick was an altar server through 11th grade at St. John Church in Summerhill. He plans on attending college next year, majoring in civil or mechanical engineering. His parents are David and Patricia Donoughe.

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