Creekmore receives Taylor Moore scholarship
Josh Creekmore was awarded the Taylor Moore Memorial Scholarship at the New Albany High School graduation ceremony.
Josh is the son of Sam and Warner Creekmore. He is a member of First United Methodist Church where he is an active member of the Youth Choir and Youth Group. Josh plans to attend Mississippi State University in the fall.
An honor graduate, Creekmore was selected into the NAHS Hall of Fame and was the recipient of the Buzzy Clayton Award and the DAR Good Citizenship Award. He was a member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Club, and National Science Honor Society.
During his senior year, Creekmore was selected as a homecoming escort and voted Most Dignified and Best All Around. He is an Eagle Scout.
A four-sport athlete, Creekmore lettered in football, powerlifting, tennis, and track. He received the Co-MVP Football Award and the Big Giver Tennis Award at the Athletic Banquet held in May.
He also received division honors in both football and tennis.
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