HOT SPRINGS — Hannah Pritt, a 2020 Bath County High School graduate who was recently recognized as the VIAAA (Virginia Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association) Scholar-Athlete of the Year, has now been recognized as the NIAAA (National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association) Section II winner and will receive an additional $1,500 scholarship.
Section II represents six states — Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
By being named the Section II scholar-athlete, Hannah is now in the running for the NIAAA national scholar-athlete award and an additional $2,500 scholarship.
One male and one female winner will be selected from the eight section winners to receive the $2,500 scholarship and a glass etching recognizing them as national winners in addition to attending the National Conference for Athletic Administrators in Tampa, Florida, in December.
Hannah holds a 4.392 grade point average and is a decorated student-athlete, earning a varsity letter in volleyball, basketball and softball while also being a section leader in the award-winning BCHS marching band.
Pritt plans to become a neurosurgeon in the future and study Biomedical Sciences at Liberty University.
Bath County senior Hannah Pritt knocks down a kill in a 2019 volleyball match against Alleghany. (Gavin Dressler Photo)
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