Another year at Lowry comes to an end, and Lowry has had several excellent students who have excelled and did their best throughout the years they attended Lowry. These exceptional students have been noticed for their great work and will be leaving to attend colleges and continuing your sports career.
These specific students are preparing for life to be thrown at them and are as ready as possible, for their lives ahead. These students are Victor Rosas, Matthew Souza, Shelby Garrison, Alyssa Kuskie, Bree Lebrun and Brittany Jacaway.
Victor Rosas is planning to attend Eastern Oregon University on scholarship for football this fall while studying Psychology. Rosas chose EOU because he received a scholarship and has wanted to go for as long as he could remember.
Matthew Souza will be attending Eastern Oregon University on scholarship for football and will be studying fire science. Souza chose EOU because since he went to their camps he has wanted to go there. The coaches told him each year that they wanted him on their team and when offered a scholarship he took it.
Alyssa Kuskie will be attending Northwest Christian University on scholarship for basketball and academics. Kuskie chose Northwest Christian University because of her scholarships paying for a lot of her schooling and it’s a school based on her religion.
Bree Lebrun will be attending Augustana University in South Dakota; Lebrun will be on the all-girls swim team on scholarship. She hopes to study architecture or genetic counseling. Lebrun chose Augustana because it is close to her family and it’s a private Lutheran School. She has wanted to go to the school for as long as she can remember.
Brittany Jacaway will be attending Lassen in Susanville CA, to play volleyball. Jacaway chose Lassen because she wanted to continue to play volleyball while staying close to my friend and family, also she really loves the area.
Shelby Garrison plans on going to UNR and participating in track. Shelby chose UNR because it has a good medical program which she is interested.
Ren Mattson plans to continue his baseball career at either Lassen or Mesa.