OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City All Sports Association announced the winners of its two $1,200 college scholarships. The outstanding high school male student athlete is Brett Szymanski from Crossings Christian School and the outstanding female student athlete is Heath Orcutt of Norman High School.
Brett Szymanksi excelled both on and off the field of play. Brett competed on the high school varsity Football, Basketball, Tennis and Track-and-Field teams for Crossings Christian School. Brett excelled in the classroom and was also very active on Student Council and a member of National Honors Society. Brett was named Valedictorian with a 4.49 GPA as well as scoring a 35 on his ACT. Brett is the son of Brian and Monica Brett Szymanski and will attend the University of Oklahoma in the fall with an expected major in Biology and/or Business Administration.
Heath Orcutt was a four-year varsity Soccer student-athlete for Norman High School. As a senior, Heath was named and served as captain of the soccer team. In addition, Heath served as Vice President of Student Council, Sophomore and Junior-class Senator, and a National Honors Society member. Heath ranked number one in her class with a 4.0 GPA and scored a 30 on her ACT. Heath is the daughter of Kendra Orcutt and Kent Graber and will attend the University of Oklahoma with an expected major of Environmental Engineering.
Selection was based on achievements consistent with the mission of the All Sports Association including leadership, athletic participation, civic activities and academics.   
Qualifications for the scholarships include that applicants must attend a 2-year or 4-year Oklahoma college or university; have a GPA of 3.0 or higher; and a minimum ACT score of 22. The students must have also participated in high school athletics, but cannot be receiving a college or university athletic scholarship or be participating as a student “walk on” athlete for any given sport.
Applications and information on the 2017 scholarships will be released next January. Graduating high school students in the greater Oklahoma City metro area are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit www.okcallsports.org.