KEYSER - The Keyser Lions Club was honored to recognize 16 Keyser High School students this year at the annual Goldsworthy Scholars program held on Thursday, March 7.

KEYSER - The Keyser Lions Club was honored to recognize 16 Keyser High School students this year at the annual Goldsworthy Scholars program held on Thursday, March 7.  
What initially began in 1960 with the recognition of the top 10 academic students, the Keyser Lions Club now recognizes all students attending KHS who have maintained a 4.0 or higher GPA throughout his/her high school career.  
The Goldsworthy Scholar program is named in memory of former Keyser Lions Club member and Keyser High School principal James Goldsworthy.
The Goldsworthy Scholars have proven to themselves, their families, peers and educators their desire of academic achievement and future success following high school.  
The 2019 Goldsworthy Scholars are:
 - Zoe Litten (daughter of James Litten and Shelley Flaugher)
 - Kyle Breedlove (son of Rel and Kara Breedlove)
 - Morgan Foutz (daughter of Justin and Dawn Foutz)
 - Leann Baker (daughter of Rick and Julie Baker)
 - Matthew Bane (son of Michael and Tami Bane)
 - Symphony Barbera (daughter of Nunzio and Elizabeth Barbera)
 - Brooke Boothe (daughter of Danny and Amy Boothe)
 - Ashleigh Burgess (daughter of Chris Burgess and Krystal Kile)
 - Logan Cook (son of Philip and Tammy Cook)
 - D’Andra “Jamie” Fazzalore (daughter of Ronnie Dolly and Cassandra Fazzalore)
 - Mattea Gambini (daughter of Dave and Debbie Gambini)
 - Kaden Garland (son of Charles and Aleisha Garland)
 - Candace Lowery (daughter of Catherine Deniker)
 - Gabriella “Gabi” McClintock (daughter of Don and Stacey McClintock)
 - Makenna Staggers (Daughter of John and Kerri Staggers)
 - Hanna Tucker (daughter of Brian and Melissa Tucker)