Fidler and Kolflat Nominated for "Triple A" Award for Excellence in Academics, Arts and Athletics

January 08, 2019

Madeline Fidler and Max Kolflat, Centennial High School seniors, have been nominated for the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Academics, Arts and Athletics Award (Triple A), School Activities Director Brian Hegseth announced today.

Established in 1988, the Triple A Award acknowledges a male and female high school senior with a 3.0 or higher GPA who participates in League-sponsored athletic programs and fine arts activities such as theater, speech and music. Both students are participants in a variety of programs at Centennial High School and are involved in our communities. 

Fidler’s awards and activities at Centennial include AP/Honors coursework, National Merit Commended Scholar, Centennial Choirs (Section Leader, All Conference, Solo/Ensemble—Superior, Best of Site), Softball (3 years; State 3rd Place Team, 2018), and Elementary Mentor. Fidler plans to attend the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities in the fall.

Kolflat’s awards and activities at Centennial include AP/Honors coursework, Centennial Bands (Tuba—Varsity Band, Symphonic Band, Section Leader), Football (4 years), Wresting (4 years—Captain, 2018-2019), and Peer Leader. Kolflat plans to attend the University of Minnesota—Duluth in the fall.

The MSHSL’s Administrative Regions will review the Triple A nominees from its member schools.  Centennial is in Region 5AA and will compete with 16 schools.  The top male and female students in the state, as determined by a points system, will be announced by MSHSL officials this spring. For more information see www.mshsl.org.