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2017 Scholar Athletes: Brent Lemmon & Keiran Williams

October 28, 2017

From Piqua, Brent Lemmon

Brent is a two-year letterman in football and has been involved with the Piqua Show Choir for four years. In addition, Brent is the Vice-President for the National Honor Society and Student Council. Brent is also very involved with his church and is a volunteer at the Piqua Church of Nazarene. He will be attending the Ohio State University pursuing a degree in Computer Science and Engineering.

 

From Troy High School,  Keiran Williams

Keiran Williams is the son of Tina Dehart-Williams and Daryl Williams and is a two-year Letterman as a linebacker and tight end on the football team and a three-year Letterman as a catcher on the Trojan baseball team. He has a scholastic grade point average of 3.616.

Keiran is also a member of the Interact Club, a Troy High School scholar athlete, and a GWOC scholar athlete and he volunteers as a tutor for the Troy Lincoln Center’s after school enrichment program with students in Kindergarten through 6th grade. He plans on attending a college to pursue a career in the medical field.

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