Osseo Senior High names ‘Triple A’ Award winners

Seniors Ashley Sis and Cody Werner have been selected to represent Osseo Senior High in the Academics, Arts, and Athletics (AAA) Award Program, Osseo Athletic Director Ray Kirch announced recently.

Established in 1988, the AAA Award is sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League, Institute for Athletic Medicine and Minneapolis Sports Medicine Center. The award goes to high school seniors with a “B” or better grade point average and who participate in league-sponsored athletic and fine arts activities.

Ashley Sis

Ashley Sis

Ashley Sis

Ashley, the daughter of Steve and Amy Sis of Brooklyn Park, excels as a member of the Oriole softball team and is a member of the Osseo Senior High School choir. She has also participated in volleyball and played one of the key roles in this past fall’s musical, Godspell.  She has been all All-Conference selection in softball.

She plans on attending St. Catherine’s University in the fall and she’ll be majoring in Chemistry. She hopes to continue her softball career at the college level.

“Ashley has always impressed me with the way she approaches life,” said Sis’ biology teacher and softball coach Eric Ruska. “She is able to work hard consistently, she’s a person others want to follow and she’s driven by her goals.”

Cody Werner

Cody Werner

Cody Werner

Cody, the son of Tanya Clow and Eric Werner, participates on the Nordic ski team and the tennis team and is member of the Osseo Senior High School band, choir and orchestra. He is a member of the 2014 All-State Orchestra for Minnesota High School Students.

He carries a cumulative a 3.7 grade point average and will graduate with Highest Honors in the spring. He plans to attend the Musician’s Institute in the fall, studying bass performance.

Steve Borgstrom, Werner’s orchestra teacher, refers to Werner as the “best all-around musician it has been my pleasure to teach in 34 years in District 279.”

Both Sis and Werner will now move on to the section 5AA competition.

 

 

 

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