Goshen High School athletes honored by OCIAA

Three high school students with plaques.
Kayla Schramm, Jacob Kriney, and Nathan Dershem at the OCIAA Awards Breakfast.

Seniors Kayla Schramm and Jacob Kriney were honored as Scholar-Athletes, and Nathan “Nate the Great” Dershem was the recipient of the Tyler Muise MVP Award, at the OCIAA Scholar-Athlete Breakfast on June 2.

Kayla is a National Honor Society member and orchestra member who carries a 98.45 GPA. She has been the captain of the cross country and track teams and is the school record holder in the 800 meter and 1 mile (indoor and outdoor). She also holds school records in the 2000 meter steeplechase, 1000 and 1500 meter runs respectively. Kayla is also the two time Indoor Section Champion and a three time Cross Country Section Champion. Kayla has signed a Letter of Intent to attend Boston College.

Jacob sported a 94 GPA and competed in soccer, alpine ski and lacrosse. He is a member of the National Honor Society and Student Government and has been the team captain for skiing. He has also been the recipient of the Soccer Coaches Award and Most Improved Player. Jacob was instrumental in the boys soccer success, serving as their goalie. He has also been a 2 year starter in lacrosse and 3 years on the ski team. He plans to attend the University of Denver.

Nathan has been part of the football, wrestling and unified basketball program at Goshen.  He has been an inspiration to his teammates and his opponents. Nathan is the epitome of what it means to be a Goshen Gladiator. He has been supportive and reassuring to his teammates and always makes the practice brighter when he participates.