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September 16, 2014 at 4:45 PM

Ingraham runner named CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week

Here is the official press release from the Seahawks:

SEATTLE and RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks, CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL), Q13 FOX (KCPQ), and Sports Authority announced today RuthMabel Boytz of Ingraham High School as the week two CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week. RuthMabel will be at CenturyLink Field this Sunday against the Denver Broncos.

RuthMabel, A senior at Ingraham High School, was selected to be the Athlete of the Week based on her dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, and athletic performance. RuthMabel has maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA, is a member of the National Honor Society, and received her International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma in the spring of 2014. She also continues to take challenging courses including three IB classes and one AP class. RuthMabel makes a weekly commitment to volunteer at Swedish Hospital and to be an active member of the Greenwood Library Teen Advisory Board where she promotes community outreach activities and helps enhance the library for fellow teenagers. She is a two-time captain for her cross country team and was awarded rookie of the year as a freshman.

As the CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week, the student-athlete will also be recognized at their school in front of their family, peers and teachers. They will also receive a $1,200 gift card supported by Sports Authority from CenturyLink and the Seahawks for their school’s ASB fund, in addition to media recognition, tickets and sideline passes to a Seahawks game, and a customized 2014 Nike Seahawks jersey.

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