Scholar Athlete of the Month
Sports Radio 100.9 The Mitt's Scholar-Athlete of the Month is presented by Fisher Companies and gets awarded to one local high school student each month, based on their academic and athletic achievements. Each winner earns $500 towards their post-high school endeavors.
Winners can add this honor to college applications and will be interviewed with a highlight played on Sports Radio 100.9 The Mitt. Full interviews with each recipient can be found below.
You can nominate a local student-athlete by filling out the submission form below.
December Scholar Athlete
Paige Kloha is a three-sport athlete, competing in cross country, basketball, and soccer. Paige is a top-five runner on the state qualifying cross country team, a starter for the basketball team, and all-conference in soccer. Both the basketball and soccer teams won the district last season. Paige is a member of the National Honor Society and dual enrolled in business classes at Delta College, amassing a 3.9 GPA. In the fall, Paige will attend Lansing Community College and intends to compete in cross country.
November Scholar Athlete
Nick Moody is a two-sport athlete, a two-year starter on football and a captain on the hockey team, all while earning a 4.52 GPA at Midland High School. In the community, Nick volunteers his time with the Salvation Army and the Midland Amateur Hockey League. Nick will attend Northwood University and pursue business.Nick will attend Northwood University and pursue a business degree.
October Scholar Athlete
Gabriella Crumm is a three-sport athlete, competing in softball, basketball, and volleyball, all while earning a 3.92 GPA at Unionville-Sebewaing Area School. Gaby is scholar athlete from MIVCA and 2-time all state catcher for the USA softball. She will graduate with honors and continue her athletic softball career at Saginaw Valley while pursuing a degree to become an occupational therapist.
September Scholar Athlete
Antonio is a three-sport athlete, lettering in football, basketball, and track, all while earning a 3.8 GPA at Merrill High School. He will attend Delta College in the fall of 2024 and plans to get an electrical degree. Antonio has played three years on the football team, two on basketball, and was an all-conference honoree in his first year on the track team as a junior. In the classroom, he is a member of the National Honor Society and is dual-enrolled at Delta College.