Trevor Wood and Katie Whitcomb were named the Yosemite High School male and female Athletes of the Year during the school’s end of year rally June 4.
Wood was the Badger’s starting center defender in soccer, ran cross country, and was a member of the YHS swimming team participating in the 100 yard butterfly, the 100 freestyle, and sprint relay teams.
Wood, with a 5.0 GPA during his senior year, will be attending the University of Chicago on a full four-year scholarship in the fall, majoring in physics.
Whitcomb, with a 4.8 GPA her senior year, was a defensive back on the YHS girls soccer team and was in the top seven girls on the cross country team.
She will be attending the University of California, Santa Cruz in the fall, majoring in Biological Science.
Travis Wood and Rose Curley were named the school’s Scholar Athletes of the Year.
Like his twin brother Trevor, Travis also was a co-captain and starting attacking mid-fielder in soccer, ran cross country, and was a member of the swim team, competing in 100 yard backstroke, 100 butterfly, and sprint relay teams.
Wood had a 5.0 GPA his senior year, and will be attending the University of Pennsylvania on a full four-year scholarship in the fall, majoring in nursing, with plans to become a doctor,. specializing in sports medicine.
Curley, also named this year’s Student of the Year at Yosemite, played soccer and was as member of the swim team, where she participated in 200 freestyle, 100 butterfly, and relay teams (200 medley, 200 free).
Curley carried a 4.8 GPA her senior year, and will be attending the University of California, Berkeley in the fall majoring in environmental studies.