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Dylan Selk Named Scholar-Athlete of the Month

Dylan Selk

Dylan Selk
East Grand Forks Senior High
East Grand Forks, MN

Dylan Selk is Valley Bone & Joint Clinic’s Scholar-Athlete of the Month for March 2018.

Dylan is a multi-sport letter winner in football, baseball and hockey for the Green Wave. He is an exemplary leader whether he’s on the field or in the classroom, serving as captain of the football team and earning a 3.97 GPA. Dylan will receive a scholarship worth $500 from Valley Bone & Joint Clinic.

Great work, Dylan – good luck at the University of North Dakota next fall!

Jacey Spaeth Named Scholar-Athlete of the Month

Jacey Spaeth

Jacey Spaeth
Climax-Shelly
Climax, MN

Jacey Spaeth is Valley Bone & Joint Clinic’s Scholar-Athlete of the Month for February 2018.

Jacey is a multi-sport letter winner in volleyball, basketball and track and field for the Knights. Her outstanding focus and determination have helped her master a successful balance between academics and athletics. She holds a 4.0 GPA. Jacey will receive a scholarship worth $500 from Valley Bone & Joint Clinic.

Great work, Jacey – good luck at the University of North Dakota next fall!

Taylor Stegman Named Scholar-Athlete of the Month

Taylor Stegman

Taylor Stegman
Drayton Public School
Drayton, ND

Taylor Stegman is Valley Bone & Joint Clinic’s Scholar-Athlete of the Month for January 2018.

Taylor is a multi-sport letter winner for the Titans, playing basketball, volleyball, softball and golf. Her competitive spirit, strong work ethic and outstanding 4.0 GPA make her a special scholar-athlete. Taylor will receive a scholarship worth $500 from Valley Bone & Joint Clinic.

Great work, Taylor – good luck at college next fall!

Matthew Knutson Named Scholar-Athlete of the Month

Mathew Knutson

Matthew Knutson
Fisher High School
Fisher, MN

Matthew Knutson is Valley Bone & Joint Clinic’s Scholar-Athlete of the Month for December 2017.

Matthew is a multi-letter winner in both football and basketball for the Knights. Having played sports since an early age, Matthew has used his experience, confidence and strong work ethic to serve as an example to other scholar-athletes, as evidenced by his role as senior captain of the football team. The same rings true in his academic career, where he earned a GPA of 3.7. Matthew will receive a scholarship worth $500 from Valley Bone & Joint Clinic.

Great work, Matthew – good luck at the University of Minnesota – Crookston next fall!