OKLAHOMA CITY ALL-SPORTS ANNOUNCES 2017 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

OKLAHOMA CITY – Today, Oklahoma City All-Sports announced the winners of its two $1,200 college scholarships. The outstanding high school male student athlete is Cal Davis from Guthrie High School and the outstanding female student athlete is Jennifer Litchfield from Carl Albert High School.

Cal Davis excelled both on and off the field of play. Cal competed on the high school varsity Football team, where he was Team Captain in 2016, and varsity Baseball team for Guthrie High School. He was named First Team Linebacker on the Class 5A-2 All-District Team in 2016. In the classroom, Cal was also very active. He was involved in FFA earning many honors and awards, National Honors Society, as well as FCA. Cal has a 4.19 GPA and scored a 25 on his ACT. Cal Davis is the son of Kenny and Gina Davis and will attend Oklahoma State University in the fall with an expected major in Agribusiness.

The outstanding female student-athlete, Jennifer Litchfield, swam four years for Carl Albert High School, where she was team captain for three of those years. Jennifer was named 2-time Suburban Conference Most Valuable Swimmer, a 16-time 5A State Medalist and participated on the state record 200-Medley Relay Team. In addition, Jennifer also made the Oklahoma All-State Swimming Team. On top of her accomplishments in the pool, she also excelled in the classroom. Jennifer was president of the Environment and Community Outreach Club, a member of the Rotary and Key Club, as well as serving as treasurer for her National Honors Society. Jennifer ranked number three in her class with a 4.48 GPA and scored a 34 on her ACT. She is the daughter of Bruce and Linda Litchfield and will attend Oklahoma State University with an expected major of Biosystems Engineering.

Selection was based on achievements consistent with the mission of Oklahoma City All-Sports 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 2018 scholarships will be released in January 2018. For more information, visit www.okcallsports.org