Amia Nash wins top Scholar-Athlete award; other E-W and Meadowdale students honored

Amia Nash runs the ball for the Warriors.

Updated with Meadowdale High School honorees.

Congratulations to Edmonds-Woodway High School seniors Amia Nash, Josh Jordan, John Kim and Sydney Donaldson for winning outstanding Scholar-Athlete Awards during the Edmonds School District’s annual Scholar-Athlete & Coach/Community Recognition Banquet Wednesday night.

Nash, who won the top award of $3,000, has a 4.0 GPA and is a cross-country, basketball and track athlete who will run track at Santa Clara University next year. She will also compete in the state 4A track meet this weekend.

Seventeen students total in the Edmonds School District received recognition, with 16 of them receiving financial awards of at least $1,000. Basketball and volleyball athlete Sydney Donaldson, who will attend Western Washington University on a full athletic scholarship, didn’t receive a monetary award.

Edmonds-Woodway’s Josh Jordan, who played football and basketball, received a $2,500 scholarship. Jordan will attend Westmont College in California.

Other Edmonds-Woodway winners include boys and girls swim coach Kate Trettevik for the coach’s award, Lindsay Donaldson (mom of Sydney Donaldson) for the community award and Sara Aranda for the student trainer award.

Meadowdale High School winners were Kari Beaulieu, Matt Crichlow, Ava Izdepski and Cameron Hathaway.  Beaulieu played soccer and tennis for the Mavericks;  Crichlow c0mpeted in basketball, track and cross country; Izdepski participated in soccer, track, cross country and tennis; and Hathaway competed in tennis, baseball and track.

One Reply to “Amia Nash wins top Scholar-Athlete award; other E-W and Meadowdale students honored”

  1. Way to go Amia and Sydney..great student athletes and even better individuals..the younger girls are going to miss you next year! Best of luck in your college endeavors.


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