Fishers High School students receive TigerONE scholarships

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From left, FHS seniors Megan Forbes, Lorinda Kirk, Daniel Greiwe and Michael Folta with TigerONE President Joe Eaton, who presented the students with $500 scholarships from the booster club. (Submitted photo)

From left, FHS seniors Megan Forbes, Lorinda Kirk, Daniel Greiwe and Michael Folta with TigerONE President Joe Eaton, who presented the students with $500 scholarships from the booster club. (Submitted photo)02

As part of this year’s Fishers High School Senior Awards Night, TigerONE, the school’s all-sports booster club, awarded four $500 scholarships to graduating student athletes.

The scholarships were given to student athletes who achieved excellence in the classroom — all had a GPA of 4.37 or higher — and were successful in leadership roles on their respective athletic teams.

The four TigerONE scholarship winners included:

Michael Folta – A member of the Tigers’ football and baseball teams, Folta was on the leadership council for both sports all four years. He was a member of the National Honor Society and earned academic all-state honors. He graduated Summa Cum Laude and was also one of the co-founders of the Fishers Sports Network. Folta plans to study mechanical engineering at Purdue University.

• Megan Forbes – A girls basketball team captain, Forbes earned the team’s top GPA award two years in a row and had the highest GPA of all female scholarship applicants. She also was an officer for the National Honor Society and plans to study nursing at Purdue University.

• Daniel Greiwe – A cross country co-captain who ran in the state meet in 2014 and 2015 and member of the track and field team, Greiwe also was a member of the FHS state-champion We the People team. He was a National Honor Society member, an academic all-state selection in 2015 and 2016 and had the highest GPA of all scholarship applicants. Greiwe plans to study engineering at Purdue University.

• Lorinda Kirk – Kirk lettered in both cross country and track all four years and served as a team captain. She was an academic all-state selection and qualified for the semi-state and state cross country meets. Kirk was a National Honor Society member and plans to study chemical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines.


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