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SAW: Carissa Bevans

Clark County's standout Point Guard has quite the "handle" on all aspects of her life.{ }

KHQA STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE WEEK FOR NOVEMBER 28th

CARISSA BEVANS, Clark County

GPA: 3.75

College: Undecided

Intended Major: Speech Pathology

Sports: Basketball, Track and Field

Athletic Accomplishments: Three Time All CCC Basketball Honoree (1st Team as a Frosh and Junior, 2nd Team as Sophomore) First Team All District Selection all three years on the hardwoods. Took 7th in the State in the 4x400 Relay in 2017, 6th in 4x200. 4x400 Meter Relay District Champion

Academic Honors: National Honor Society, Student Council, FCA

Of Interest: Volunteer at Indian Youth Basketball Camps. United Church of Christ Bible School Helper. Involved with Dollars for Scholars.

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KHQA STUDENT ATHLETE OF THE WEEK PRESENTED BY HANNIBAL REGIONAL HOSPITAL, CELL TECH, REFRESHMENT SERVICES PEPSI AND SUBWAY

On Wednesdays at KHQA, we scrap the traditional format and devote our entire three minute six o'clock newscast to honoring the outstanding student athletes in Tri-State Sports. Minimum requirement to be considered for this award is a 3.5 GPA with participation in at least one sport. And you must be a High School Senior. At year's end, our independent nominating committee will choose and reward the top Male and Female from the 36 candidates appearing in our Wednesday Night honor roll with a college scholarship. If you know of a deserving candidate, you can obtain a nomination form from your High School's Athletic Director or Principal, who must sign off on the nomination for it to be considered. Or print one from the KHQA Website, but be sure to have your AD and Principal sign off on it. We don't want to miss out on introducing the Tri-States to single deserving candidate so help us put the spotlight on these amazing Young Men and Women in our communities. Plus there is a dinner banquet to honor all of our nominees in June. Please help us add to the list below. Our second (and second to last) nomination vote is set for January 8th, 2018, your next deadline to send us quality kids to honor.

2018 KHQA SAW Honorees

Week One-SIERRA ERKE, Quincy High Volleyball

Week Two-ELI TEN EYCK, Pittsfield Cross Country/Track and Field

Week Three-MICHAELA DAVIS, Keokuk Basketball/Track and Field/Volleyball

Week Four-TAYLOR KLUSMEYER, Unity Football/Basketball/Track and Field

Week Five-JOE HENDRICKER, Brown County Football/Basketball/Baseball

Week Six: JOSIE STANFORD, Payson Seymour Volleyball

Week Seven: ZEB RINEY, Clark County Football/Baseball/Basketball

Week Seven: MAYA RASHID, Holy Trinity Volleyball/Soccer

Week Eight: COLE PENNEWELL,Monroe City Football

Week Nine: CARISSA BEVANS, Clark County Basketball, Track and Field

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PAST SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

2017-KOLBY MCCLELLAND, Southeastern, Murray State

2017-CORY MILLER, Unity, John Wood Community College

2016-MARIAH BRODIE, Illini West, Illinois State

2016-DYLAN POWELL, Hannibal, Stanford

2015-MIKAELA FOECKE, Holy Trinity, Nebraska

2015-CAMERON DURST, Canton, Columbia College

2014-TYLER NIEMANN, Canton, Morehead State

2014-KATEE HINKLE, Palmyra, Bowling Green

2013-KASSIDY GENGENBACHER, QND, Lindenwood

2013-DALTON POWELL, Hannibal, Truman State

2012-ALEX WALTER, Central, Augustana

2012-TORI KUHN, QND, Quincy University

2011-JACOB CONLEY, Central, US Millitary Academy at West Point

2011-DAKOTA FLESNER, Payson, Iowa Wesleyan

2010-MICHAEL LAFFERTY, Illini West, Monmouth

2010-TAYLOR BAXTER, Palmyra, Illinois State

2009-CHLOE BARNES, QND (Ball State)

2009-MATT PATTERSON, South Shelby (Truman State)

2008-LUKE GUTHRIE, Quincy High (Illinois)

2007-KATELYN BASTERT, Illini West (Duke)

2006-MIKAL BENECOMO, Clopton (SEMO)


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