Aaron Hubbell honored by Blue Lions, OHSAA


Jon Creamer, Athletic Director at Washington City Schools, presented Aaron Hubbell with the Ohio High School Athletic Association Courageous Student Award for his contributions to Washington High School Athletics as a team manager. Pictured are (l-r); Athletic Director Jon Creamer; Aaron Hubbell; Molly Dedo, Special Education Teacher at Washington High School and Tracy Rose, Washington High School Principal. The award was presented on the field prior to the Washington-Miami Trace game Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016.


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Jon Creamer, Athletic Director at Washington City Schools, presented Aaron Hubbell with the Ohio High School Athletic Association Courageous Student Award for his contributions to Washington High School Athletics as a team manager. Pictured are (l-r); Athletic Director Jon Creamer; Aaron Hubbell; Molly Dedo, Special Education Teacher at Washington High School and Tracy Rose, Washington High School Principal. The award was presented on the field prior to the Washington-Miami Trace game Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016.

Jon Creamer, Athletic Director at Washington City Schools, presented Aaron Hubbell with the Ohio High School Athletic Association Courageous Student Award for his contributions to Washington High School Athletics as a team manager. Pictured are (l-r); Athletic Director Jon Creamer; Aaron Hubbell; Molly Dedo, Special Education Teacher at Washington High School and Tracy Rose, Washington High School Principal. The award was presented on the field prior to the Washington-Miami Trace game Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/11/web1_Aaron-Hubble-courageous-student-award-10-29-16.jpgJon Creamer, Athletic Director at Washington City Schools, presented Aaron Hubbell with the Ohio High School Athletic Association Courageous Student Award for his contributions to Washington High School Athletics as a team manager. Pictured are (l-r); Athletic Director Jon Creamer; Aaron Hubbell; Molly Dedo, Special Education Teacher at Washington High School and Tracy Rose, Washington High School Principal. The award was presented on the field prior to the Washington-Miami Trace game Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016. Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald