Aspen students named academic all-state |

Aspen students named academic all-state

Dale Strode
The Aspen Times
Aspen High School's Blake Harvey (3) hammers a spike during a match earlier this season. Harvey was among the Skiers named to the academic all-state team for the fall season.
Aubree Dallas/Special to The Aspen Times |

You can call these Skiers all-staters. Make that academic all-staters.

A total of 65 Aspen High School student-athletes were honored this week when they were named to the fall season academic all-state teams by the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA).

The governing body of Colorado prep athletics and activities announced that 54 Skiers earned academic all-state first-team honors. An additional 11 AHS student-athletes received academic all-state honorable mention honors.

According to the CHSAA standards, first-team honors are given to those students with 3.60 or higher cumulative grade-point averages.

Students with grade-point averages 3.30 to 3.59 earned honorable mention recognition, according to the announcement from CHSAA Commissioner Paul Angelico.

Now in its 17th year, the Academic All-State program has recognized thousands of students throughout the state in the three sports seasons.

“The Academic All-State program continues to showcase the impressive students we have in our programs,” Angelico said “This program is one of just a few that honors those special individuals who have succeeded in the classroom as well as in their chosen activities.”

He said that to earn academic all-state honors, a student must be a significant contributor to his or her team or activity. It is limited to juniors and seniors.

“We know through a myriad of research that those students who participate in high school activities are more likely to remain in school, miss fewer days and enjoy greater success in life,” Angelico said. “A Colorado study shows that the average participant in our state holds a 3.06 grade-point average. Interscholastic activities are a critical ingredient in the education of our young people.”

CHSAA Academic All-State Athletes

Aspen High School

Fall 2013

First Team

Sadie Alpern – Volleyball

Ben Belinski – Football

Sarah Chiles – Softball

Nina Christensen – Dance

Clayton Crawford – Golf

Seamus Crowley – Cross Country

Justin Dahlberg – Tennis

Emily Daly – Softball

Hannah Dodge – Cross Country

Libby Dowley – Volleyball

Matthew Ferguson – Football

Michael George – Cross Country

Blake Harvey – Volleyball

Zane Heald – Soccer

Mary Landis – Volleyball

Carlyn Langely – Dance

Max Marolt – Soccer

Hudson McNamee – Cross Country

Ben Moscona-Remnitz – Cross Country

JJ Ready – Football

Victor Robinson – Tennis

Leigh Sandbach – Cross Country

Ryan Scheidt – Golf

Sophie Stuber – Volleyball

Ryley Sutton – Cross Country

Rocky Tschappat – Tennis

Shannon Turbidy – Volleyball

Alex Wells – Cross Country

Henry Woodrow – Football

Megan Woodrow – Cross Country

Tye Zasacky – Golf

Dylan Behr – Tennis

Isabella Couortenay-Morris – Softball

Shayla DeYoung – Cross Country

Harry Ferguson – Football

Ryan Fitzgerald – Football

Danielle Forristall – Volleyball

Ryer Gardenswartz – Football

Megan Hanson – Cross Country

John Heaphey – Football/Soccer

Rebecca Howard – Dance

Ethan Locke – Golf

Evan Morris – Football

Coen Needell – Cross Country

Chapin Newhard – Football

Ross Pingatore – Soccer

Trey Robinson – Golf

Greg Schwartz – Football

Taggart Solomon – Cross Country

Griffin Stevens – Soccer

Shea Strutz – Football

Tyler Tick – Football

Jessica Tyler – Volleyball

Eliza Wells – Cross Country

Honorable Mention

Brad Broeking – Tennis

Gordon Carr – Tennis

Jenn Coombe – Volleyball

Matt Tierney – Golf

Piper Hamill – Dance

Cavanaugh O’Leary – Football

Conner Peirce – Soccer

Bentley Rager – Dance

Will Reagan – Tennis

Graciela Robertson – Dance

Wyatt Young – Football

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