JHS graduates receive Seger scholarships

JASPER — The Steven M. Seger Memorial Foundation has awarded scholarships to Jasper High School graduates Kyle Hedinger and Alyssa Skorge.

The value of each scholarship is $4,000. Students from the graduating class who earned varsity letters in any two sports during their senior year are eligible, and the recipients are determined by the high GPA and SAT scores.


Kyle Hedinger

Hedinger, son of Paul and Annette Hedinger of Jasper, was salutatorian with a 4.645 GPA. In high school, he was a member of the football, basketball, baseball, and track and field teams while earning varsity letters in all teams but baseball. He received the Joe Rohleder most tackles award and academic achievement award, and was named to the Honorable Mention Academic All-State Team. He was a WyldLife/YoungLife leader and a Boys State candidate. Among the groups he was a member of included Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, Peer Mentors, Key and Octagon clubs and Students Against Destructive Decisions. He earned the Eagle Scout designation from Boy Scouts of America. He also earned the outstanding math and science student award and the Rising Star of Indiana. He attends Precious Bood Catholic Church. Hedinger will major in biochemistry and molecular biology at Hanover College.



Alyssa Skorge

Skorge is the daughter of Eric and Karen Skorge of Jasper. She graduated ninth in her class with a 4.471 GPA. She has been a member of the soccer, cross country and swim teams. She was team captain of the swim team, and a Big 8 All-Conference runner four times and state finalist of the cross country team. She was treasurer/secretary of the Business Professionals of America, Peer Mentor and Natural Helper. Skorge will major in accounting and finance at Indiana University.







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