OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City All-Sports announced the winners of its two $1,200 college scholarships. The outstanding high school male student-athlete is Ethan Renner from Deer Creek High School and the outstanding female student-athlete is Sydney Vu from Classen School of Advanced Studies.

Ethan Renner has excelled both on the field and in the classroom. Ethan competed on the high school varsity football team, where he was Team Captain his senior year and gained 6A-II-1 All District team honors. His talents also extended to track and field where he was a three-time regional finalist. Off the field, Ethan was just as active. He held Student Council offices his junior and senior year and was also involved in National Honor Society, as well as Key Club and many other organizations. Ethan has a 4.0 GPA and scored a 33 on his ACT. Ethan Renner is the son of Dana Renner and will attend Oklahoma State University in the fall with an expected major in Biosystems Engineering.

The outstanding female student-athlete, Sydney Vu, played golf for four years for the Classen School of Advanced Studies, where she has been team captain since 2016. Sydney is a two-time champion of the Oklahoma City All-City Golf Tournament and a one-time winner of the Capitol Hill Golf Tournament with multiple other top 5 finishes across other tournaments. Along with her accomplishments on the golf course, Sydney has also had incredible success in the classroom. Sydney was President of the National Honor Society, the Student Council Treasurer, as well as a member of the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital Teen Board. Sydney achieved a 4.60 GPA and scored a 34 on her ACT. She is the daughter of Giang and An Vu and will attend the University of Oklahoma with an expected major in Psychology.

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 2019 scholarships will be released in January 2019. For more information, visit www.okcallsports.org.