Five athletes earn fall Academic All-State honors
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Preston Walston and Kamron Call, seniors at Grand County High School, were recently named to the 2A Academic All-State team by the Utah High School Activities Association. They and the other members of the team were honored during the halftime of the 2A state championship game between Manti and San Juan, played at Pleasant Grove on Nov. 10.

Call was not able to make it to the ceremony, but he and Walston were both recognized during the Grand County High School fall sports awards ceremony held in the GCHS auditorium on Monday, Nov. 19.

Grand County High also had two Academic All-State athletes from its girls soccer team. Donna Snow and Morgan Dalton were both recognized as recipients of the prestigious statewide honor Monday evening as well. 

In addition, Mary Rice of Grand made the Academic All-State cross-country team.

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