This is the second time Frankfort native Matthew Smith received the award from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Lincoln-Way grad Matthew Smith is doing a bang-up job representing our area at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Smith was recently honored as a High Scholar for his cumulative academic achievement at the All-University Honors Convocation on April 14. With a 4.0 GPA, this is the second time the junior received the award of High Scholar Smith has also twice been recognized on Dean’s List for his exceptional grades. He is currently enrolled in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Arts and Sciences. Want to share your good news? Post it on Patch.
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The Lincoln-Way East and Lincoln-Way North Poms took their award-winning routines to state recently, finishing in the top 10 of their divisions. “We had a great team this year that worked really well together and had goals set to achieve,” said Lincoln-Way North Poms Coach Monica Bozek. “This season has been truly a great one for the whole squad,” said Lincoln-Way East Poms Coach Maria Gaytan. “The team was a very talented bunch of young ladies, and they all worked hard to achieve the goals we set in the beginning of the season.” Lincoln-Way East’s Poms competed in the Class AAA division and captured 6th in Hip Hop and 11th in Poms. Lincoln-Way North’s Poms competed in the Class AA division and took ninth place overall. For more, check out…