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2012 Scholar Athletes: Tyler Topham and Zachary Tritsch

October 1, 2012

From Green Valley High School- Tyler Topham:

Tyler has been a varsity starter the past two seasons. He is a valedictorian candidate with a perfect 4.8 GPA and is a member of LDS church. After graduation, his goal is to attend Stanford University or New Mexico Tech and major in engineering. Tyler would like to thank his mother and father for the support and encouragement throughout his life.

From Basic High School- Zachary Tritsch:

Zach is a 2-year letterman on the varsity football team and has participated in many clubs such as robotics, ski and the snowboard club, DECA, and National Honor Society. He has a 4.2 weighted grade point average and was the team’s leading tackler last year. He is currently looking to pursue a school for football and mechanical engineering.

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