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October 30, 2012 at 1:43 PM

Wendy’s High School Heisman finalists announced for Washington

Here are the finalists for Washington for the Wendy’s High School Heisman with the press release below. One male and one female student will be named state winners on Nov. 5.


Madalyn Seidl, Castle Rock High School

Irini Zourkos, Bellingham High School

Hanna Tartleton, Sehome High School

Paige Kuhn. Weatherwax (Aberdeen) High School

Betssy Hernandez, Pateros High School

Brittani Urann. Saint Michaels High School

Lizzy Estes. Lakeside High School

Kelsey Frank, Mount Spokane High School

Callie Barker, Oroville High School

Payton Parrish, Grandview High School

MacKenzie Gaul, Toledo High School

Mason Fletcher, Puyallup Senior High School

Russell Melin, Kings West School

Michael Ward, Klahowya Secondary School

Kenneth Lam, Kentridge Senior High School

Neal Champagne, Cascade High School

Tyler Mundt, Rosalia High School

Gunnar Kayser, Mead Senior High School

David Garza, Othello High School

Ryan Baumgart, Desales Catholic School

WHY: Just as the collegiate Heisman is known for being the highest award in college football, the Wendy’s High School Heisman, now in its 19h year, is one of the most esteemed awards at the high school level.

On November 5, 2012, one male and one female finalist from each state will be named State Winners. Of those State Winners, 12 will be chosen as National Finalists and will go on to compete for the National Winner title in New York City on December 7. National Finalists will be featured during a televised ceremony on ESPNĀ® networks and will receive gold medals and $2,000 awards for their high schools. One male and one female National Winner will receive a crystal Wendy’s High School Heisman trophy, a $500 gift certificate to Wendy’s, and Wendy’s will donate $10,000 to each winner’s respective high school. Additionally, the winners will be recognized during the collegiate Heisman Trophy broadcast on ESPN, December 8.



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