Offering help on a global scale • Highland's Maddy Keller traveled to a town in Mexico to help build homes for families as well as donate hundreds of books to the town's students.
Man of many words • Park City's Alejandro Vieyra served as a translator at Parley's Park Elementary to offer assistance to the school's Spanish-speaking parents.
Giving the shirt off his back • Brighton's Travis Devashrayee helped organize a collection of formal wear to donate to students at an alternative school in the Salt Lake Valley.
Touching those half a world away • Sky View's Brenna Porter served as the co-chair of an organization that raised money to build a health clinic and library in a town in Ghana.
Year in review
Best male athlete of the year • Ben Saarel
The Park City senior owns the state records in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters after claiming three straight cross-country titles.
Best female athlete of the year • Malia Nawahine
The Springville senior who will play basketball at the U. led the Red Devils to an undefeated season and the Class 4A state title.
Best boys' school • Bingham
The Miners captured the state championship in baseball after reaching the state semifinals in football and the state title game in soccer.
Best girls' school • St. Joseph
The Jayhawks, whose school's enrollment is 170 students, secured state titles in basketball and golf and finished second in volleyball and soccer.