Kiwanis Club of Flint honors four student-athletes of the month


FLINT – Allison Hawk and Jade Garske of Davison along with David Lally of Grand Blanc and Noah Keller of Goodrich have been named student-athletes of the month for April and May by the Kiwanis Club of Flint.

Hawk, April’s Female Student-Athlete of the Month, plays volleyball and runs on the track.

She was first-team All-Saginaw Valley League volleyball for the past two years while making the all-region team last season.

On track, she was in college for four seasons and made the All-SVL first team as a rookie and junior. She holds school records in the 300 hurdles and 100 meters while helping the 400 relay team set another school record.

She has a GPA of 4.119 and scored 1,250 on the SAT.

Her course load includes AP literature, calculus, statistics, and Spanish. She was named Academic All-State in volleyball, volunteers at Davison Missionary Church, and will attend Indiana Wesleyan, where she plans to major in biology and pre-medicine while studying Spanish and running in the athletics team.

Lally is the male student-athlete of the month for April.

He was an All-State baseball player last season, when he led Big White to the Division 1 State Championship. He also made All-SVL and All Regions and was the MLive-Flint log player. of the year.

He has also played football and basketball, carries a GPA of 4.017, his class load includes AP statistics, psychology, government and macroeconomics, he helps coach young people in baseball, basketball and in football and is a member of the National Honor Society.

Lally accepted a scholarship to play baseball at Notre Dame.

Garske, May’s Female Student-Athlete of the Month, plays volleyball, basketball and softball. She is a team captain in all three sports.

She was second-team All-SVL in volleyball, Davison Defensive Player of the Year in basketball, and second-team All-State in softball.

She carries a 4.04 GPA, scored 1,100 on the SAT, her course load includes AP biology, statistics, and calculus, and she volunteers with youth volleyball and basketball.

She plans to major in accounting in college, but hasn’t decided on a college yet.

Keller, the male student-athlete of the month for May, is a baseball captain.

He made the All-State team last season and this season already has two games of 17 strikeouts with one no-hitter.

He has a GPA of 3.95 while also enrolled at Mott Community College, he is an assistant pastor at Goodrich United Methodist Church and volunteers with an Autism Resource Center and Carriagetown Ministries,

He accepted a scholarship to play baseball at Cornell and plans to major in finance.


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