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June 16, 2007

Rub of the Green: Memorial scholarships given out to Valley’s graduating seniors

Ron Poore Jr. and Ron Daugherty Memorial Golf Scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each were presented recently to graduating seniors from area high schools. In addition to the $1,000 scholarships, an additional $1,500 will be divided between the boys and girls golf teams from each of the four high schools represented this year.

Recipients included Clint Grey from Northview, Matt Wilson of West Vigo, Ryan Shelley who represented Terre Haute South and Kelsey Newport, the lone lady golfer honored, who played for Terre Haute North.

All were selected for contributions to their golf teams in addition to their outstanding academic achievements. Also considered was their willingness to take part in community activities.

Clint Grey’s mother is Janet Grey. Besides being a varsity golfer, Clint found time to be a member of Northview’s tennis team for three years. He also managed to volunteer for community service during his four years of high school.

With a grade point average of 3.45, Clint hopes to major in mechanical engineering or business when he attends Purdue University in the fall. Scott Buell was his coach.

Matt Wilson is the son of Rick and Sally Wilson. Matt will attend Indiana State University this fall where he will major in business or computer science.

Wilson indicated, “I worked at Wal-Mart during high school to support my golfing habit.” Matt’s high school grade point average was 3.32. He was coached by Ryan Easton, head coach, and Rick Petty, assistant coach.

Ryan Shelley’s parents are Timothy and Laurie Shelley. Ryan’s G.P.A. was 3.93. He intends to attend Purdue University’s School of Engineering.

Ryan was a member of South Vigo’s state runner-up team in 2006. He has played varsity golf for four years. During high school he was a math tutor for three years. Shelley was also a part-time employee at Old Navy. His coach was Chris Cassell.

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