STEAMBOAT SPRINGSDoak Walker high school scholarship recipients:
Natalie McDonald and Joel Wixson of Hayden High School
Emily Mortensen and Jarrod Burns of Moffatt County High School
Kaycee Samuelson and Matthew Hayne of Soroco High School
Jessica Pearson and J.J. Simon of Steamboat Springs High School
Each scholarship winner was an athlete and received $1,000. This is the first year the Doak Walker High School Scholarship awards has been presented. The scholarships were established in memory of the 1948 Heisman Trophy winner and Steamboat resident Doak Walker.
ASHLEY ANEE WILLIAMS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSAshley Anne Williams of Steamboat Springs graduated with a master's degree in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. Ashley's area of concentration was bioengineering and she plans to do research at MIT in the fall. Ashley is a 1994 SSHS grad.
BRADFORD JOHN WILLIAMS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSBradford John Williams of Steamboat Springs graduated with a bachelor's degree, Magna Cum Laude, in history from Harvard University. Bradford moved to Rome, Italy where he will participate in an internship with an Italian economic research institute. Bradford graduated from SSHS in 1997.
ERIN R. SCHEIWE
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSErin R. Scheiwe of Steamboat Springs graduated with a bachelor's Cum Laude from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. Scheiwe is among 582 students who graduated May 27. St. Olaf College has an enrollment of 2,950 and is among the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSMark Monger, son of Larry and May Kay Monger of Steamboat Springs, graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor's of science in agriculture business.
Steamboat Springs Middle School
Leigh Ann Smith
Caitlin Van Patten