Scholar-athlete winners selected by schools in each league were announced based on involvement in sports, academics and activities.
Included are state placers and all-league performers.
GSL winners are:
Central Valley: Michelle Gharst, gymnastics; Jared Mott, track and cross country.
Ferris: Danielle Tutt, volleyball, basketball and track; Zach Ventriss, cross country and track.
Gonzaga Prep: Meredith Giesa, basketball and softball; Steve Steigleder, wrestling, baseball and cross country.
Lewis and Clark: Sabrinna Haight, volleyball and basketball; Soren Olson, football, basketball and tennis.
Mead: Annaka Gustafson, cross country and track; Brian Buchanan, football, wrestling, soccer and track.
North Central: Angela Clarkston, volleyball and basketball; Jimmy Lake, football, basketball and baseball.
Rogers: Brandi Lohf, soccer; Jon Herbert, track.
Shadle Park: Kelly Bartleson, volleyball and basketball; Corey Laughary, wrestling, cross country and soccer.
University: Rachelle Quinn, gymnastics; Aaron Moe, football, wrestling, baseball.
Frontier League winners:
Cheney: Kasey Richer, volleyball, basketball and track; Lance Hattemer, football, basketball and baseball.
Clarkston: Jessica Maucione, volleyball; Jeremy Klug, football and track.
Colville: Sarah Ewan, volleyball, basketball and softball; Matt Smith, football and basketball.
East Valley: Heather Sylvester, volleyball and track; Rob Shogren, cross country, basketball and track.
Pullman: Karee Boone volleyball; William Hinz, football, wrestling and track.
West Valley: Kaci Stansbury, volleyball, basketball and track; Brian Lindley, basketball and track.