NORTH ANSON — Dustin Crawford, a Carrabec High School senior, has been selected to receive the 2017 Principal’s Award, according to Principal Timothy Richards. The award, sponsored by the Maine Principals’ Association, is given in recognition of a high school senior’s academic achievement, citizenship and leadership.

Crawford excels in many areas at Carrabec High School. As a top 10 student he stands out with his enthusiasm for learning and his positive attitude. He is hard-working, kind and humble, all of which will ensure his future success. Academically, Crawford has challenged himself throughout his high school years by taking Advanced Placement courses and honors classes, with holding a grade point average of 97.72. His eagerness and enthusiasm make him a leader in our school, Richards said according to a news release from the high school.

Crawford shines strongly in sports at Carrabec as he applies that same enthusiasm and passion into three sports, soccer, basketball and baseball, being captain in all three. Fast, strong, focused and intense, Crawford has been a MVC All Star in all three sports. He is a supportive team player, he holds and shows respect for all his teammates and coaches. Crawford not only thrives in the academic and sports worlds, but is also a member of the Student Council for his class, National Honor Society, JMG, member of the Captains Club and was the December Student of the Month. He also officiates youth basketball games, Richards said, according to the release.

He is the son of Marlene Crawford, of Anson, and William Crawford, of Hartland.

Richards and Crawford are invited to attend an awards luncheon on April 1, where Crawford will receive his award and be eligible to be selected for one of five scholarships.

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