Pikesville High School's Stephanie Honig was one of two student-athletes honored with a prestegious award this week.
She and Kennedy Akwo, a Chesapeake High School senior were this year's recipients of the Mildred Murray All-Academic Scholar Athlete awards and scholarships.
They received their awards at a ceremony May 29 from Murray and Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Joe A. Hairston, according to a news release.
Akwo, who competed in indoor and outdoor track and field and soccer at Chesapeake, ranked ninth in a class of 261 and has an unweighted 3.67 GPA.
The National Honor Society member who earned All-Academic team honors in the county, will attend Stevenson University, the release continued.
The Mildred Murray awards are given annually to a female and male senior student-athlete who have maintained at least a 3.5 unweighted GPA and participated in at least two varsity sports, according to the release.
Murray spent 43 years in the school system as a physical education teacher and former coordinator of athletics, the release states.
She has sponsored this award for the past 25 years.