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2014 Scholar Athlete – Jahan Kahusi, Isaac Grether and Tristen Holmes

October 25, 2014

Jahan Kahusi and Isaac Grether

Jahan Kahusi and Isaac Grether

Dual Scholar Athletes Jahan Kahusi and Isaac Grether from North Medford High School

Jahan Kahusi is a senior where he currently serves as Student Body President and National Torch Honor Society for 3 years.  He is a 2-year varsity letterman and captain for offensive line.  He plans to attend college but is currently undecided on where he is attending and his major.   Jahan would like to thank his parents for guiding him in the right direction.  Currently, for his senior project he is an intern at the Britt Festival.

Isaac Grether currently serves as the Student Body President and National Torch Honor Society Secretary.  He has been a 3-sport Varsity athlete since his sophomore year participating in wrestling, track & field and football.  Isaac is currently completing his Eagle Service Project for the Boy Scouts of America and is a Pokémon enthusiast.  His future plans include serving a 2-year mission for his church and he plans to earn his MBA degree with a minor in Engineering at OSU, BYU or Texas A&M.

Tristen Holmes

Tristan Holmes

Scholar Athlete Tristan Holmes, South Medford High School

 

Tristen has always been a kid who works very hard on and off the field and court.  He is an AP student and was one of the kids selected who received the rotary student of the month.  He has been a varsity starter on both the basketball and football teams since his sophomore year earning 1st team all-conference awards in both and was also voted player of the year in basketball and all state defensive back in football last year.  His future plans are to play football at a Division 1 college while working on his career to be a dentist or orthodontist.

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