Thirty Holt County students were selected for Winter NSAA Academic All-State honors.
Chosen for the honor were West Holt students Devon Dohrman, boys basketball and speech; Mason Hale, boys basketball; Bailey Kraus and Jenae Osborne, girls basketball; Kyla Wallinger, speech; and Casey Coburn and Cole Laible, wrestling.
Chambers students selected for the honor were Jamie Koenig, girls basketball and speech; Taylor Peter, girls basketball; and BrookLynn Burrell, speech.
Ashley Koenig and Skye Schroeder, girls basketball; and Emily Eacker and Katie Hawk, speech, were the Ewing students selected for the honor.
O’Neill students chosen for the honor were Justin Appleby and Alex Thramer, boys basketball; Payton Birkel and Claire Morrow, girls basketball; Nikki Gotschall and Blair Langan, speech; and Heydon Strope, wrestling.
Also chosen for the honor were St. Mary’s students Grant Winkelbauer, boys basketball; Brooke Benson and Abby Everett, girls basketball; and Betsy Crumly and Paige Tomjack, speech.
Stuart students selected for the honor were Wade Paxton, boys basketball; Peyton Alder, girls basketball and speech; Reaghan Engel, girls basketball; and Ariel Larsen, speech.
The Nebraska School Activities Association and the Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association recognize high school students, based on their individual academic excellence, leadership and significant contributions made to their NSAA activity.
A nominated student must be a varsity player or organizational leader who has played a significant role on the team or in the organizational activity during the seasons for which nominations are accepted. The student must have a minimum cumulative grade point average, in all curricular subjects, of 93 percent or 3.7 on a 4.0-point scale or the equivalent. NSAA high schools or their cooperative sponsorship may nominate a maximum of two students per NSAA activity program.